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Vill ha dej

"Vill ha dej / I Want You"
A-side Vill ha dej
B-side I Want You
Released 1980
Format 7"
Genre Synthpop
Length 14:33
Label Sound of Scandinavia
Producer Ulf Wahlberg
Freestyle singles chronology

"Running Away" "Vill ha dej" / "I Want You" "Fantasi"

Vill ha dej (also spelled Vill ha dig, English: I Want You) is 1980 single by Swedish synthpop group Freestyle. While being about love, the song also references to school and school classes. Side B of the vinyl contains English-language versions of songs on the A side. It reached number one in Svensktoppen for a five-week run.

The song was covered in 1998 by Swedish artist Drömhus and was featured by Loreen Talhaoui in the 2004 Swedish Idol compilation Det bästa från Idol 2004.

Track listing

Side A
  1. Vill ha dej (3:40)
  2. Kom till mej (3:28)
Side B
  1. I Want You (3:30)
  2. Isn't That Fine (3:55)

Chart positions


Lista Position
Norway 2
Sweden 1


Lista Position
Finland 3
Norway 1
Sweden 1


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