“Don’t Bring Me Down” is a 2003 song by Australian singer Sia Furler. It was released in Australian in November 2003  (and in the United Kingdom on 9 February 2004) as the first single from her third studio album Colour the Small One (2004). The track was written by Sia and Blair MacKichan who had recently worked with Will Young’s on his Brit Award winning song, “Your Game”. The track received little promotion and did not chart.
In the video The making of Colour the Small One, Sia explains: “I hadn’t done drugs for a period of time before writing that song. It was about having a really horrible comedown off ecstasy, and the concept of being abandoned before you get to sleep – being the last one high when everyone else has gone to bed.” 
The track is included on the soundtrack for the film 36th Precinct and a number of compilations including, “Songbirds”, Chillout Sessions, Vol. 6 as well as Sia’s 2007 live album, Lady Croissant.