"Don't Go" is a song by American group En Vogue. It was written by Denzil Foster and Thomas McElroy for their debut album Born to Sing (1990). One of the first recordings for its parent album, the song is a mid-tempo ballad informing the male lover that his female counterpart still cares for him and does not want him leave. It features a lead vocal progression by Terry Ellis displaying her vocal range. Released as the album's fourth and final single in April 1991, "Don't Go" peaked at number three on the US Billboard Hot R&B Singles chart, but failed to chart on the Billboard Hot 100.