The singer circles back to that project to release a music video for the single “Here I Come,” which repurposes the hook from Hall and Oates’ “Maneater.” It’s a risqué song and Trevor Jackson tries to match that with the music video as the visuals depict an unusual love triangle.
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“She says she know it ain’t right/But it feels so good, it feels so good/Yeah, she told me to take my time, ha, are you serious?
/I’m hoping she got nine lives/Cause she gon’ need them, ain’t no stopping when I speed up/She hit a break like what/I’m a genius/When it comes to that body to speak/I ace it every time/Turn on point that I can find, but I did everything right/And I left her somewhere I’ll come nice/She said you was right,” Jackson sings.
Later in 2000, a Spanish-language version of the song was adapted by Rudy Pérez titled "Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú)" which was recorded for Aguilera's second studio album Mi Reflejo.
"Ven Conmigo (Solamente Tú)" was released on August 8, 2000 to Latin radio stations in the United States.
Aguilera helped write the song's controversial and slightly sexual rap section from the re-recorded version.
This rap (and also a section in the second verse in which Aguilera discusses sexuality and a man's hands on her body) caused Radio Disney to ban the song initially, as it had done to "Genie in a Bottle".The song was featured in the videogame Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball.Like "What a Girl Wants" (the second single from Christina Aguilera), a new remixed and re-recorded version of "Come on Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" was released as a single rather than the original album version.The song also features limited new elements from Guy Roche and Shelly Peiken.As the original album version does not have a bridge, it had previously been performed live with an interlude that sampled the disco song "Got to Be Real" by Cheryl Lynn."Come On Over Baby (All I Want Is You)" is written in the key of E CDNOW senior editor Eliseo Cardona wrote about Spanish version: "Indeed, the overly literal Spanish lyrics make for both a good laugh and a better yawn.