"You and I" is a song by Danish electropop singer Medina. It was released in the United Kingdom on September 21, 2009 and in Germany, Austria and Switzerland on May 3, 2010. The song is an English version of the Danish song, "Kun for mig", released in late 2008 in Denmark, where it spent 52 weeks on the singles chart; six weeks at number one. Produced by hip hop producers Providers, "Kun for mig" was the best selling single of 2009 in Denmark. Originally written by Medina, Jeppe Federspiel and Rasmus Stabell it was translated into English by Adam Powers and Julie Steincke, and released as Medina's debut single from her international studio album, Welcome to Medina.
"You and I" peaked at number thirty-nine in the UK, and at number six in the United States on Billboard's Hot Dance Airplay chart. It reached number three in Bulgaria and number ten in Germany (where it was also certified Gold) and Russia. The song also charted in Austria, Switzerland and Sweden.
David Balls of entertainment website Digital Spy gave the song four out of five stars writing, "With its wistful chorus and cool-but-insistent beats, it's an affecting slice of break-up disco given a frisson of distinction by some authentically Chilean pan pipe flourishes [...] this has all the right ingredients to become a very big hit." Fraser McAlpine of BBC Chart Blog gave the song a positive review stating, "There's some standard synthing in the background, which creates a lovely air of isolation, with Medina's haunting vocals on the top telling the story of a love gone wrong. [...] it's perhaps not groundbreaking in any big way, since you've probably heard a variation on the general theme of this song millions of times before, but this one is well-crafted enough to be counted among the better examples."