Just Show Me How to Love You

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"Tu Cosa Fai Stasera" is a song by Dario Baldan Bembo, Amerigo Cassella which came third in the 1981 the competition at the Sanremo Music Festival [1] and later made famous by Sarah Brightman, under the title Just Show Me How to Love You, when translated into English.

Sarah Brightman version[edit]

"Just Show Me How To Love You"
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Single by Sarah Brightman
from the album Time to Say Goodbye
Released 1997
Format CD
Genre Classical Crossover
Songwriter(s) Dario Baldan Bembo, Amerigo Cassella. English translation/words by Frank Peterson and Laisa
Producer(s) Frank Peterson
Sarah Brightman singles chronology
"Time To Say Goodbye"
(1996)
"Just Show Me How To Love You"
(1997)
"Who Wants To Live Forever"
(1997)
"Time To Say Goodbye"
(1996)
"Just Show Me How To Love You"
(1997)
"Who Wants To Live Forever"
(1997)

"Just Show Me How To Love You"is a single by Soprano Sarah Brightman and José Cura, from her album Time to Say Goodbye released in 1997 (See 1997 in music). Written by Dario Baldan Bembo and Amerigo Cassella. English translation/words is by Frank Peterson and Laisa

Brightman's version of "Regnava nel silenzio" from Lucia di Lammermoor by Gaetano Donizetti is only available on this single.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Just Show Me How To Love You"
  2. "O Mio Babinno Caro"
  3. "Regnava nel silenzio"

Trivia[edit]

The song featured in the closing credits montage of the Seven Network's (Australia) 2000 Sydney Olympics coverage.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eddy Anselmi. Festival di Sanremo: almanacco illustrato della canzone italiana. Panini Comics, 2009. ISBN 8863462291. 

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