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“Ai Se Eu Te Pego” by Michel Teló

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    “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” by Michel Teló (official video) is a Latin pop song.

    Song Title: Ai Se Eu Te Pego (official video)
    Artist: Michel Teló
    Genre: Latin pop, Brazilian, University sertanejo, Latin, Tropical
    Composer: Copyright © 2008 Sharon Acioly, Antônio Dyggs, Aline da Fonseca, Amanda Teixeira, Karine Assis Vinagre
    Lead Vocals: Michel Teló
    Recorded: 2011
    Released: 10 October 2011
    Label: Pantannal/Rge
    Number of listens: 37683

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    Summary quotation from Wikipedia:

    Ai, se eu te pego. (Brazilian Portuguese: Oh, If I Get You!) is a 2008 Brazilian song by Sharon Acioly and Antônio Dyggs, with co-authorship of Aline da Fonseca, Amanda Teixeira, Karine Assis Vinagre and first interpreted by Os Meninos de Seu Zeh directed by Dyggs himself.

    It was recorded by Brazilian band Cangaia de Jegue and then covered by many other regional Brazilian bands like Garota Safada, Arreio de Ouro, Estakazero, Forró Sacode and Saia Rodada. In 2011, it was popularized by Brazilian singer Michel Teló becoming a veritable international hit. Teló also released an English language version, “Oh, If I Catch You!”


    The lyrics begin with two cries of “Nossa! Nossa!” short for “nossa senhora” - Our Lady, the Virgin Mary, an equivalent of “Wow!” in Brazilian Portuguese. Then Assim você me mata, “You kill me,” a common exclamation. Then “ai, si eu te pego, ai, ai, si eu te pego.” - “Ay, if I catch you” The verse then repeats with “Delícia, delícia” instead of “Nossa, nossa.” The third verse of the song is the only verse with a narrative text: describing a Saturday night, a crowd beginning to dance, and summoning courage to speak to the most beautiful girl. Verses 4 and 5 repeat the simple exclamations of verses 1 and 2.

Michel Teló version

    Antônio Dyggs, who co-wrote the song, realized it could become a national hit in Brazil and offered it for a release by Brazilian singer Michel Teló. The result was a hit in Brazil, Portugal, Spain, Italy, France, and throughout Europe and internationally.

    Teló’s version of the song became a hit in Brazil reaching #1. Later, the song also reached #1 in Latin America, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Greece, Israel, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden and Switzerland. In the United States, the single topped both the Billboard Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs, and peaked at #81 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Michel Teló the first Brazilian solo act to have a song chart in the U.S. Hot 100 since Sérgio Mendes did so in the 1960s.

    As of July 2012, the song had sold 16 million copies worldwide. The single has become the most downloaded digital track in Germany since 2006.

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