Before You Love Me

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"Before You Love Me"
Single by Alsou
from the album Alsou
Released April 30, 2001
Format CD single
Recorded 2000
Genre Pop
Length 2:57 (Radio Mix)
Label Universal Music
Songwriter(s) Lars H. Jensen, Martin M. Larsson, Mick Leeson
Producer(s) D. Papalexis & Grizzly
Alsou singles chronology
"String Module Error: Match not found"
"Before You Love Me"
"He Loves Me"
"You're My #1" (featuring Enrique Iglesias)
"Before You Love Me"
"He Loves Me"

"Before You Love Me" is a song by Alsou, her first single released from her first album, Alsou. It was released on April 30, 2001, in Australia and the United Kingdom, and a few weeks later in May 2001 in various countries throughout Europe.

The single failed to chart in Australia. In the United Kingdom it peaked at number twenty-seven.

A lack of promotional support from Alsou's record company meant that no further releases occurred in either Australia or the United Kingdom, with the impending release of the Alsou album cancelled in both regions. The single was, however, effective in producing the hype it needed throughout Europe for the album to be released and proper promotion to take place.

Track listing[edit]

Australian/UK CD Single
  1. "Before You Love Me" (Radio Mix) — 2:57
  2. "Before You Love Me" (Sunship Vocal Mix) — 5:22
  3. "Before You Love Me" (Sleazesisters Anthem Mix) — 6:47
  4. "Before You Love Me" (Video) — 2:53
UK cassette Single
  1. "Before You Love Me" (Radio Mix)
  2. "Before You Love Me" (Secret Agents Remix)
German CD Single
  1. "Before You Love Me" (Radio Mix) — 3.00
  2. "Before You Love Me" (Remix by Frank Johnes and Tom Remm for Musicago-Studio) - 3.11
  3. "Before You Love Me" (Sunship Vocal Mix) — 5:20
  4. "Before You Love Me" (Sleazesisters Anthem Mix) — 6:46

Chart Positioning[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
France (Singles Chart) 38
Germany (Singles Chart) 32
Italy (Singles Chart) 44
New Zealand (Singles Chart) 35
Poland (Airplay Chart)[1] 2
UK Singles Chart 27


  1. ^ "Polish Airplay Charts - Lista krajowa 24/2001". PiF PaF Production. Archived from the original on January 20, 2002. Retrieved December 27, 2016. 

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