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Here with Me - Dido

"Here with Me" is the debut single by English singer-songwriter Dido. It was the first single she released from her 1999 debut studio album, No Angel. The single was released on 17 May 1999 in the United States but was not released in the United Kingdom until February 2001, where it was the album's second single following the worldwide release of "Thank You" in December 2000. It peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart. "Here with Me" was used as the theme song for the 1999–2002 American television sci-fi drama Roswell.


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