“Voulez-Vous” (“do you want?” in French) is a eurodisco track by Swedish pop group ABBA, written and composed by Benny Andersson & Björn Ulvaeus (under the working title “Amerika”). Agnetha Fältskog and Anni-Frid Lyngstad shared the lead vocals. The song is the second track on the group’s 1979 album of the same name. In the UK, “Voulez-Vous” was released as a double A-side with “Angeleyes” (“Angeleyes” was the dominant A-side); nearly everywhere else, “Voulez-Vous” was a single A-side. The song also features on the ABBA Gold album, first as a 4:21 edited version when the compilation was first released in 1992 and then in its full 5:09 version from 1999 onwards. “Angeleyes” is featured on the More ABBA Gold compilation. The song was re-released as a single in 1992 to promote the compilation ABBA Gold: Greatest Hits. “Voulez-Vous” is also the only ABBA song to have been officially released as an extended dance remix – albeit only as a promo. The 6:07 version of the track, released as a double A-side 12″ single by Atlantic Records in the United States in 1979, was included as a bonus track on the 2001 compilation The Definitive Collection. The song features a saxophone break which is reminiscent of that featured in John Lennon’s “Whatever Gets You Thru The Night”. A songwriting trip to the Bahamas saw the birth of this melody, and the proximity to Miami made it convenient to recording the backing track at Criteria Studios with members of the disco group Foxy. Criteria Studios is where The Bee Gees made their disco-era records. “Voulez-Vous” is the only ABBA song to be recorded outside of Sweden, not including live recordings.