That's Me (album)
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|Compilation album by Agnetha Fältskog|
|Label||Polar Music, Universal Music|
|Agnetha Fältskog chronology|
In addition to solo hits by Fältskog, the album includes three ABBA songs with lead vocals by Agnetha and the recently discovered 1981 demo of "The Queen of Hearts".
Complementing this album is the 1996 compilation My Love, My Life, which concentrates on her Swedish-language hits.
The version of "It's So Nice to Be Rich" included on this album is actually a previously unreleased edit in mono sourced from the film P&B, as the stereo master tape seems to have been lost.
- "The Heat Is On"
- "The Last Time"
- "Let It Shine"
- "The Winner Takes It All" - ABBA
- "I Wasn't The One (Who Said Good-Bye)" (Duet with Peter Cetera)
- "The Way You Are" (Duet with Ola Håkansson)
- "It's So Nice To Be Rich"
- "I Won't Let You Go"
- "Never Again" (Duet with Tomas Ledin)
- "Eyes Of A Woman"
- "Slipping Through My Fingers" - ABBA
- "One Way Love"
- "Can't Shake Loose"
- "Wrap Your Arms Around Me"
- "The Queen Of Hearts"
- "That's Me" - ABBA
- "Turn The World Around"
- "You're There"
- "Fly Like The Eagle" (Duet with Ola Håkansson)