L'Amour Toujours, released by Gigi D’Agostino, is a song written by Luigino D'Agostino, Carlo Montagner, Paolo Sandrini, and Diego Leoni.
The song was produced by the artist himself, Gigi D’Agostino.
It was recorded in 1999 and released in July 2000, as part of the album with the same name - L'Amour Toujours.
L'Amour Toujours has a length of 6:56 seconds in its original version and has also a small mix of 4:02 seconds.
It was released as an italo dance song, by the ZYX and Arista record labels.
The vocals were performed by Ola Onabule, vocals that were used on the track and all versions of the song.
When released, the free L'Amour Toujours piano sheet music did not reach the performance that it was going to in 2001, when it became extremely popular in the American dance club scene.
It had amazing success in Europe, Latin America, and Asia, and in the US it peaked at number 78 on the Billboard Hot 100 in September 2001.
The meaning behind the title is "love always", in French.
Even if the title is in the French language, the song is recorded entirely in English and the curious fact is that the title does not appear in the lyrics.
L'Amour Toujours’ music video contains parts of the parties and concerts and from the live performances of Gigi D’Agostino.
Because of its popularity, the free L'Amour Toujours piano sheets was sampled on Dream on the Dancefloor by Basshunter, and was released also by DJ Tiesto in 2015, by Clarice Falcao in 2016, and was used in media in TV commercials, or movies, like for example Uncut Gems in 2019.
The interesting fact about the song’s appearance in media or popular culture is that the end of it is played after every goal that Wolverhampton Wanderers score at Molineux Stadium since 2020.
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