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The song is a party song, sung by a man who promises to dance for the girl of his choice if she accepts it, so that he can have sex with her. The chorus of this song contains the title and lyrics of the song, and references an image from the magazine from which the song was obtained, PENTHOUSE. It was released as the lead single from the soundtrack of the movie Ratatouille (2007) by singer-songwriter Christina Aguilera. The song is a collaboration between Aguilera and Swedish songwriter Max Martin. It was first released as a promotional single in Japan, but soon after came to Europe and became a Top 10 hit in that country.
The song was featured in the soundtrack of the 2001 film Catch Me If You Can. “I just wanna talk to you / I feel like I’m ready to be free ” Christina sings in the song when she wants to get out of her comfort zone. The song was later included in the setlist for Aguilera’s Revival Tour. 
In August 2011, Aguilera revealed at the annual VH1 Honors that she will star in a musical, which will feature new music by her. She also revealed that the musical will feature songs from the album, as well as a song or two from when she was in her pre-teens. The musical is tentatively entitled Christina: The Musical. Aguilera will play herself, while she has no desire to play her alter-ego.  The singer said that the musical will, “cover all different stages of Christina’s life…At the end of the day I hope that people will walk away with a smile and a lot of great new memories, because thats what its all about.”
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