Hello (I Love You)

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This article is about the song by Roger Waters. For the similarly named song by The Doors, see Hello, I Love You.
"Hello (I Love You)"
Single by Roger Waters
from the album Soundtrack of The Last Mimzy
A-side "Hello (I Love You)" (radio edit)
B-side "Hello (I Love You)" (album version)
Released 12 March 2007
Format CD, Digital download, 12-inch single
Genre Progressive rock
Label Silva Screen Records
Writer(s) Roger Waters, Howard Shore
Producer(s) Roger Waters, James Guthrie
Roger Waters singles chronology
"To Kill the Child / Leaving Beirut"
(I Love You)

"Hello (I Love You)" is a song performed by former Pink Floyd member Roger Waters. The song was created as a collaborative effort with Howard Shore for the 2007 film The Last Mimzy. As Waters stated, "I think together we've come up with a song that captures the themes of the movie – the clash between humanity's best and worst instincts, and how a child's innocence can win the day".[1] The song's music video features images from the film as well as recording sessions with Waters, Shore, producer James Guthrie and actress Rhiannon Leigh Wryn. Waters performed vocals and the bass for the song.

The song itself contains references to the Pink Floyd albums The Wall and The Dark Side of the Moon, as well as Waters' solo album Radio K.A.O.S..


  1. ^ PR Inside. ""Hello (I Love you)" article". Retrieved 2007-01-16. 

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