Amar sin ser amada

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"Amar Sin Ser Amada"
Single by Thalía
from the album El Sexto Sentido
Released May 2005
Format Radio single, CD single
Recorded 2005
Genre Latin pop/dance
Length 3:32
Label EMI Latin
Writer(s) Estéfano,
Julio Reyes
Producer(s) Estéfano
Thalía singles chronology
"Acción y Reacción"
(2004)
"Amar Sin Ser Amada"
(2005)
"Un Alma Sentenciada"
(2005)

"Amar Sin Ser Amada" / "You Know He Never Loved You" is the first single from the Mexican Latin pop singer Thalía's 2005 studio album El Sexto Sentido (see 2005 in music).

Song information[edit]

The song is written and produced by the Colombian Estéfano and Jose Luis Pagán. The English version was written by Thalía.

Literally translated "Amar Sin Ser Amada" means "To Love Without Being Loved". In the song, Thalía advises women who are "heartbroken" to leave it all behind and try not to think of their exes anymore. When she unintentionally does think about him and miss him, she has to recall the pain she's been through, so she will never go through it again. The song reach number #2 on the Billboard Hot Latin Tracks.

Music video[edit]

There were two music videos for the song. One for the Spanish Version ("Amar sin ser amada") and another one for the English one ("You Know He Never Loved You"). The English version contains the same footage of the Spanish video.

The music video was directed by Jeb Brien and shot in New York, and was officially released by the TV Magazine Primer Impacto ("First Impact").

Track listings[edit]

Argentina 5" CD single

  1. "Amar Sin Ser Amada" [Album Version] – 3:31

Official remixes/versions[edit]

  • "Amar Sin Ser Amada" [Album Version]
  • "Amar Sin Ser Amada" [Reggaeton Mix] (featuring Hector 'El Bambino')
  • "Amar Sin Ser Amada" [Dj Urba Reggaeton Remix]
  • "Amar Sin Ser Amada" [Regional Mexican Version]
  • "Amar Sin Ser Amada" [Versión Duranguense]
  • "You Know He Never Loved You" [English Version of "Amar Sin Ser Amada"]
  • "You Know He Never Loved You" [Radio Version]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
US Hot Latin Songs (Billboard)[1] 2
US Latin Pop Songs (Billboard)[2] 2
US Regional Mexican Airplay (Billboard)[3] 7

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