To Paris with Love (song)

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"To Paris with Love"
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Single by Donna Summer
ReleasedAugust 9, 2010
Genre Pop, dance-pop, Ibiza house
Label Driven By The Music/Chalkboard
Songwriter(s) Bruce Roberts, Donna Summer
Donna Summer singles chronology
"Fame (The Game)"
"To Paris with Love"
"Hot Stuff 2018"
Music video
"To Paris with Love" on YouTube

"To Paris with Love" is the 89th released single from Donna Summer. It was produced by Peter Stengaard and co-written by Bruce Roberts and Summer. The single was Summer's sixteenth number one, and her final charting single to date, on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Play chart, where it reached number one in November 2010. [1]



Weekly charts

Chart (2010)Peak
US Dance Club Songs ( Billboard ) [2] 1

Year-end charts

Chart (2010)Position
US Dance Club Songs (Billboard) [3] 31

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