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Saturday, February 5, 2011

Jocelyn Enriquez' "Do You Miss Me?"

This is one of my favorite beats during my elementary days haha!
I love to listen on Jocelyn Enriquez' "Do You Miss Me?"
 
The radio plays our favorite song
And it's what keeps me holding on
Baby, do you miss me
Now that I'm gone

I remember the love we had
How could I forget
I remember the tears I cried
Over one regret
Now we're alone, so alone
I can't help thinking about you
All the love in the world
And I'm lonely without you

Chorus:

The radio plays our favorite song
And it's what keeps me holding on
Baby, do you miss me

Now that I'm gone, yeah
Get the DJ to play our favorite song
'Cause it's what keeps me holding on
Baby, do you miss me
Now that I'm gone

I remember the love we had
Not a day goes by
Heaven knows where you are right now
But my heart won't lie
We were in love so in love
My mind's been speaking about you
All the love in the world
And I'm lonely without you

(Repeat Chorus)x2


Facts about Jocelyn Enriquez
Jocelyn Enriquez (born December 28, 1974) is a Dance-pop singer from San Francisco. She is of Filipino descent: her parents are from the province of Pangasinan. She graduated from Pinole Valley High School in 1993.

She started with an all girl group in high school the Pinay Divas, a reference to girl group En Vogue who were known as the Funky Divas. Her debut album, Lovely was released in 1994 on Classified Records. The album featured two moderate chart hits with, her debut single, "I've Been Thinking About You" and "Make It Last Forever." In 1996, she moved to Tommy Boy Records, where she released her first major hit single, "Do You Miss Me?" in late 1996 and her second album, Jocelyn in early 1997. Jocelyn peaked at #12 on the Billboard 200 albums chart and at #11 on the Billboard Top Heatseekers chart.

"Do You Miss Me?" became a Top 40 hit at dance and pop radio (#17 and #38 peaks, respectively), and peaked at #49 on the Hot 100. The single was also successful outside of the U.S. where it reached #7 in Singapore and was a Top 20 Pop hit in Canada. Its follow up, "A Little Bit Of Ecstasy" was not quite as big a radio hit, failing to cross over to the pop stations and peaking at #25 at dance radio. However, it had stronger sales than "Do You Miss Me?" (peaking at #1 on the Hot Dance Music/Maxi-Singles Sales chart, as opposed to #8), which enabled it to reach #55 on the Billboard Hot 100. "A Little Bit Of Ecstasy" is remembered to this day, due to its recent inclusion on the DDRMAX2 PlayStation 2 game. Pop punk band Lucky Boys Confusion later covered "Do You Miss Me" on their 2001 album [Throwing the Game].

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