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Te Amo Corazón

"Te Amo Corazón"
US CD single
Single by Prince
from the album 3121
Released December 13, 2005
Format CD single
Digital single
Recorded Paisley Park Studios, 2005
Genre Pop
Length 3:37
Label NPG
Writer(s) Prince
Producer(s) Prince
Prince singles chronology
"S.S.T."
(2005)
"Te Amo Corazón"
(2005)
"Black Sweat"
(2006)

"Te Amo Corazón" is a song by Prince, released as the first single from his 2006 album, 3121. It was officially released by the NPG Music Club on December 13, 2005.[1] It failed to chart in the U.S.; however, it reached #7 in Italy and #24 in Switzerland.[2]

The title roughly translates to "I love you, sweetheart" in Spanish, the song is a slow, simmering number influenced by the Brazilian Bossa Nova. The music video was shot in Marrakesh, stars Mía Maestro and was directed by actress Salma Hayek.

The song was covered by Viktoria Tolstoy on her album Pictures of Me, along with another Prince song, "Strollin'".

References

  1. ^ NPG Music Club
  2. ^ Swisscharts.com, Prince, "Te amo corazón".

External links

  • "Te Amo Corazón" video (via VH1)
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