Love Will Set You Free

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"Love Will Set You Free"
Single by Engelbert Humperdinck
from the album Release Me - The Best Of Engelbert Humperdinck
Released19 March 2012
GenreContemporary pop
LabelConehead UK
Songwriter(s)Martin Terefe, Sacha Skarbek
Producer(s)Terefe, Skarbek
Engelbert Humperdinck singles chronology
"Tell Me Where it Hurts"
"Love Will Set You Free"
Music video
"Love Will Set You Free" on YouTube
Eurovision Song Contest 2012 entry
Terefe, Skarbek
Terefe, Skarbek
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Entry chronology
◄ "I Can" (2011)
"Believe in Me" (2013) ►

"Love Will Set You Free" is a ballad written by Swedish producer Martin Terefe and Ivor Novello Awards winner Sacha Skarbek.[1] As sung by Engelbert Humperdinck, it was the United Kingdom entry to the 2012 Eurovision Song Contest, held in Baku, Azerbaijan, where it ultimately placed 25th. The song was unveiled by the BBC on 19 March 2012 on its Eurovision homepage.[2]

Music video[edit]

A music video to accompany the release of "Love Will Set You Free" was first released onto YouTube on 19 March 2012 at a total length of three minutes.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Digital download[4]
1."Love Will Set You Free"2:58
2."Too Beautiful to Last"3:11
3."My Way"3:54


Chart (2012) Peak
Belgium (Ultratip Bubbling Under Flanders)[5] 77
UK Independent Chart (Official Chart Company)[6] 3
UK Singles Chart (Official Chart Company)[6] 60

Release history[edit]

Region Date Format Label
United Kingdom 19 March 2012[4] Digital download, CD Conehead


  1. ^ "Engelbert Humperdinck unveils UK's Eurovision song". BBC. 19 March 2012. Retrieved 24 September 2022.
  2. ^ BBC homepage for Eurovision
  3. ^ Engelbert Humperdinck - Love Will Set You Free (United Kingdom) 2012 Eurovision Song Contest. YouTube
  4. ^ a b iTunes - Music - Love Will Set You Free - Single by Engelbert Humperdinck
  5. ^ "Engelbert Humperdinck – Love Will Set You Free" (in Dutch). Ultratip.
  6. ^ a b "Independent Singles Top 40 - 7th June 2014". Official Charts. Retrieved 7 June 2014.

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