"Don't Let It Go to Your Head" is the first single released by Fefe Dobson from what was to be her second studio album, Sunday Love. Released in the summer of 2005, it was not a success commercially and Island Records subsequently pushed back the album's release date. The single, however, was ranked number three for radio adds the day of its release.
A music video for the song was released in October of 2005. The original video was supposed to show Fefe imitating popular album covers, but a different version was released. The released video showed Fefe with a band performing the song, along with scenes of her on a bed and a toilet. The music video was directed by Diane Martel.
"Don't Let It Go to Your Head" had very little promotion. Although the song received some airplay, the music video for the song never made it to channels that had previously shown Dobson's videos, such as Vh1
, and MuchMusic
. The music video was released nearly three months after the actual single. The song however did obtain more popularity when Norwegian
did a cover of the song, and posted it on YouTube
, as well as filmed a music video for it.