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Selena Gomez - Come & Get It

When you're ready come and get it
(Na na na na na na)
When you ready come and get it
(Na na na na na na)
You ain't gotta worry, it's an open invitation
I'll be sittin' right here, real patient
All day, all night, I'll be waitin' standby
Can't stop because I love it, hate the way I love you
All day all night, maybe I'm addicted for life, no lie.

I'm not too shy to show I love you, I got no regrets.
I love you much too much to hide you, this love ain't finished yet.
This love ain't finished yet…
So baby whenever you're ready…

When you ready come and get it
When you ready come and get it
When you ready come and get it
Na na na, Na na na, Na na na

You got the kind of love that I want, let me get that.
And baby once I get it, I'm yours no take backs.
I'm gon' love you for life, I ain't leaving your side
Even if you knock it, ain't no way to stop it
Forever you're mine, baby I'm addicted, no lie, no lie

I'm not too shy to show I love you, I got no regrets.
So baby whenever you're ready…

When you ready come and get it
When you ready come and get it
When you ready come and get it
Na na na, Na na na, Na na na

When you ready come and get it

This love will be the death of me, but I know I'll die happily
I know I know I know
Because you love me so… yeah!

When you ready come and get it
When you ready come and get it
When you ready come and get it
Na na na, Na na na, Na na na

"Come & Get It" is the debut solo single recorded by American singer Selena Gomez for her debut solo studio album "Stars Dance". It was released on April 7, 2013, through Hollywood Records as the lead single from the album. It serves as her first official release outside of her former band, Selena Gomez & the Scene. The song was written by Norwegian production team Stargate, consisting of Mikkel S. Eriksen and Tor Erik Hermansen, along with Ester Dean. Eriksen and Hermansen handled the tracks production, while Dean served as the vocal producer. The song was one of the last songs to be recorded for the album in early 2013. "Come & Get It" features a change in style from Gomez's previous releases, and features elements of electropop, dance-pop and Indian music. Music critics mostly praised the song for its tabla beat and its Bollywood themes. In the United States, the single became her first top ten entry on the Billboard Hot 100 chart (topped at position No. 6), and was certified triple platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Additionally, it peaked at number two on the Mainstream Top 40 chart. It became her second top ten single in both Canada and the United Kingdom, and was certified multi-platinum in the former. The music video for "Come & Get It" was released on May 7. The song and its video received several awards and nominations, including at the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards. Gomez performed "Come & Get It" at a number of awards shows and televised events, with its first performance being at the 2013 MTV Movie Awards. She opted to incorporate choreography into performances of the song, inspired by artists such as Britney Spears. During its initial promotional run, Gomez came under fire from religious groups for donning a bindi during performances of the song. The single was performed during the encore of her worldwide Stars Dance Tour (2013–14). Gomez performed the song on numerous occasions while promoting her second studio album "Revival". The song is featured on Gomez's first compilation album "For You", which served as her final release through Hollywood Records. "Come & Get It" sold a total 115,000 copies in its week of release, causing it to debut at number seventeen on the Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 chart in the United States. The following week it sold 76,088 copies, debuting at number forty-five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for the week ending April 14, 2013. The next week it rose to number twenty-two on the chart, selling over 98,000 copies for the week. The single fell one spot on the Hot 100 the following, though rose to number fourteen the week after, aided by an increase in sales and the release of its music video. It sold just under 115,000 copies for that week, bringing its total sales to over 400,000 in the United States. One week later it rose again to a new peak of number six on the Hot 100, boasting sales of 143,000 copies and a 264% in overall streaming. This made "Come & Get It" Gomez's highest-charting song in the United States at the time, and was the first top ten hit of her career. Despite falling one spot the week after, it rose number six on the chart for a second time after selling 171,000 downloads for the week. This made it the highest sales week for the single at the time. It sold 157,000 copies the following week, bringing it sales to over one million copies.

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