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This page is about the song. For the album, see: This Is Where I Came In

"This Is Where I Came In" is a song by the Bee Gees. It was the first and only single from their final album and was featured as the last song performed on the live Bee Gees 1997 PBS special One Night Only before the album release of This Is Where I Came In as an "experimental" song at that time the song was titled "This Is Just (Where I Came In)" before being changed and shortened to the current song title, "This Is Where I Came In", released in 2001. The song is a bluesy pop ballad written by Barry, Robin and Maurice Gibb. It reached #18 in the U.K. and #25 in Germany, but was not released in the U.S. "Just in Case" is a song from 1997, which was shown in the writing stages on the Bee Gees 1997 documentary Keppel Road. "I Will Be There" is a song from 1999 and presumably the demo version for Tina Turner, who recorded it on her 1999 album Twenty Four Seven. The remix version of this song was remixed by DJ Domino, released also in that year also in Universal Records in the United States was edited to 5:07 and the DJ Domino edit was edited to 3:45.

Lead vocals by Robin Gibb on the first verse and on the chorus, while Barry Gibb sang lead on the second verse and sing harmony on the chorus. The song's music video was directed by Jake Nava, (He also directed videos by Adele, Kanye West, Leona Lewis, Shakira, Beyonce, The Rolling Stones, Mariah Carey, Pink, Lindsay Lohan, The Cranberries, Beverly Knight, Atomic Kitten and many more.)

Track listing[]

All tracks written by Barry, Robin & Maurice Gibb, except where noted.

Single release
No. Title Length
1. "This Is Where I Came In (Single Version)"   3:58
2. "Just in Case" (Barry Gibb) 4:22
3. "I Will Be There"   4:04
4. "This Is Where I Came In (CD-Rom Version)"   3:58


  • Robin Gibblead and harmony vocal
  • Barry Gibb — lead and harmony vocal, guitar
  • Maurice Gibb — guitar, backing vocal
  • Alan Kendall — guitar
  • George Perry — bass
  • Steve Ruckerdrums