I Love You Mi Vida

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"I Love You Mi Vida"
Single by D'Nash
from the album Capaz De Todo (Misión Eurovisión Version)
Released March 19, 2007 (Spain - radio)
Genre Pop / Dance
Length 3:03
D'Nash singles chronology
"¿Qué Sabes Del Amor?"
"I Love You Mi Vida"
Spain "I Love You Mi Vida"
Eurovision Song Contest 2007 entry
Country Spain
Artist(s) Francisco Javier Álvarez Colinet,
Esteban Piñero Camacho,
Antonio Martos Ortiz,
Michael Hennet Sotomayor
As D'Nash
Languages Spanish, English
Composer(s) Thomas G:son,
Andreas Rickstrand
Lyricist(s) Tony Sánchez-Ohlsson,
Rebeca Pous del Toro
Finals performance
Final result 20th
Final points 43
Appearance chronology
◄ "Un Blodymary" (2006)   
"Baila el Chiki-chiki" (2008) ►

"I Love You Mi Vida" (Spanish pronunciation: [ai ˈlov ʝu mi ˈβiða], "I Love You My Darling") is a song performed by the Spanish boyband D'Nash.

D'Nash performing "I Love You Mi Vida" for Spain.

The song was entered into Misión Eurovisión 2007, which was the Spanish national preselection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2007. The song was Spain's representative at the Eurovision Song Contest 2007 in the Hartwall Areena in Helsinki, Finland. In the final, it was performed second, following Bosnia and Herzegovina's Marija Šestić with "Rijeka bez imena" and preceding Belarus' Dmitry Koldun with "Work Your Magic". It finished 20th with 43 points, a similar result from that of the Eurovision Song Contest 2006 with Las Ketchup's "Un Blodymary", which finished 21st with only 18 points.

The song was succeeded as Spanish representative at the 2008 Contest by Rodolfo Chikilicuatre with "Baila el Chiki-chiki".

Music and lyrics[edit]

The original lyrics were completely in Spanish except the words of the title "I love you". In the final version for Helsinki, new English words were added to the song.

The co-writer of the music for "I Love You Mi Vida", Thomas G:son, also composed the song for Norway's contribution to the Eurovision Song Contest 2007, which was "Ven a bailar conmigo" performed by the Norwegian artist Guri Schanke.

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