"You're the First, the Last, My Everything" by Barry White is featured on Just Dance 4, Just Dance Now and Just Dance Unlimited.


The dancers are 4 men performing in an elevator:


P1 wears an orange helmet with yellow stripes, a blue pair of goggles, a yellow scarf, an orange coat over a white shirt, a pair of long orange jeans and a pair of black shoes. He seems to be an aviator.


P2 has purple hair and wears a dark blue suit, a red tie and a pair of long purple pants. He also wears a pair of purple shoes. He seems to be a businessman.


P3 wears a purple cap with a bill, a striped purple-and-white Polo, a yellow fanny pack with a tool pocket, a purple pair of long pants and a pair of yellow sneakers. He seems to be a mechanic.


P4 has dark blue hair shaped in an odd fashion, a checkered orange-and-yellow shirt with a yellow pocket, a blue tie, a long pair of yellow jeans, a pair of red socks as well as a pair of white shoes.


The dance starts in a hallway with some plants and a door of a very wide elevator. Then it opens and the dancers go in it and start dancing with lots of disco lights, making it seem a disco-style dance floor. At the end, the lights turn off and the dancers exit the elevator in the exact opposite way that they entered.

Gold Moves

There are 2 Gold Moves for each coach in this routine.
Gold Move 1: Raise your right hand up while standing on your right foot.
Gold Move 2: This is a wave move. Starting from the right, push the player on your left.  P1 sort of stumbles.


You're the First, the Last, My Everything has a Mashup which is available on all consoles.


(no repeats)

Dance Quests

  • All 4 players get 3 stars
  • One player gets 5 stars
  • Get 5 stars on the Dance Mash-Up
  • Get all Gold Moves
  • Get the "Smooth" Dance style
  • Get GOOD while doing the breast stroke

Appearances in Mashups

You're the First, the Last, My Everything appears in the following Mashups:


  • This song plays in Just Dance 4's credits.
  • The fourth dancer looks like the dancers from Jerk It Out and She's Got Me Dancing, in the style of hair. The clothing looks only a little bit similar. He also resembles Richard Ayoade.
  • On Just Dance 4, the dance starts outside the elevator, the elevator opens revealing P2 and P3, and zooms in to them, then the song starts. On Just Dance Now, P2 and P3 are seen outside the elevator. When the elevator opens the camera zooms in the dancers slide back into the elevator in sync with the camera. This will make more sense if you watch the two videos.
  • In Just Dance Now, this song does not appear in the Quartets section.
  • P4 messes up during the choreography.



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