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Would You...?


Would You...?

"Would You...?"
Touch and Go
from the album I Find You Very Attractive
Released November 30, 1998 (1998-11-30)
Format 12" single
CD single
Genre House, Big beat, Crossover jazz
Length 3:12 (Radio edit)
Label V2
Writer(s) David Lowe
Producer David Lowe
Touch and Go singles chronology

"Would You...?"
"Straight To... Number One"

"Would You...?" is a song by the British electronic/house band Touch and Go. It was released as a single in October 1998.

It reached the number 3 spot on the UK Singles Chart. It became a hit in Europe, particularly in Eastern Europe where the ensemble toured extensively. "Would You...?" has been included on such television show soundtracks as the American G String Divas and the cult British series As If. The track has also been sampled for San Pellegrino, Carlsberg, and Nokia advertisements.[1]


The track is marked by its distinctive sampling of a woman's voice saying "I've noticed you around / I find you very attractive / Would you go to bed with me?". The lyrics – with almost identical wording – were originally used as part of a psychological study conducted in 1978.[2]

Track listing

12" single (UK)
A1 "Would You...?" (Trailermen Go To Rio Mix) (6:59)
B1 "Would You...?" (Radio edit) (3:12)
B2 "Would You...?" (Homewreckers Mix) (3:54)
CD single (UK)
  1. "Would You...?" (Radio edit) (3:12)
    Edited by Tim Gordine
  2. "Would You...?" (Trailermen Go To Rio Mix) (6:59)
  3. "Would You...?" (Homewreckers Mix) (3:54)


Chart (1998) Peak
Australia (ARIA)[3] 27
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[4] 27
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[5] 11
Germany (Media Control AG)[6] 21
Ireland (IRMA)[7] 6
Italy (FIMI)[8] 2
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[9] 12
New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)[10] 4
Norway (VG-lista)[11] 10
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[12] 6
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[13] 19
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[14] 4
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company) 3


External links

  • Discogs
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