|"Give Me Something"|
|Single by David Guetta featuring Barbara Tucker & The Isley Brothers|
|from the album Just a Little More Love|
|Released||October 6, 2002|
|Genre||French house, disco|
|David Guetta singles chronology|
|Barbara Tucker singles chronology|
"Give Me Something" is a house song performed by French DJ David Guetta, featuring vocals from singer-songwriter Barbara Tucker. The track was released as the fourth single from his debut studio album, Just a Little More Love . The single was only released in France. No music video exists for the track.
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