Touch Me (I Want Your Body)  

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"Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" is a song by English singer Samantha Fox from her debut studio album, Touch Me (1986). Written by Mark Shreeve, Jon Astrop, and Pete Q. Harris, and produced by the latter two, the song was released on 10 March 1986 as Fox's debut single and the lead single from the Touch Me album.

"Touch Me (I Want Your Body)" was a worldwide success.

Lyrics and music video

The song is about her searching for a man. The accompanying music video featured Fox performing to a packed crowd wearing ripped jeans and a denim jacket. During the song, she pulls a young man from the crowd and teases him before moving on to someone else. The song is loaded with sexual innuendos.

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