I Won't Cry

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"I Won't Cry"
Single by Elin Lanto
A-side "I Won't Cry"
Released2004 (Sweden)
Format CD
Label Rodeo
Songwriter(s) Lasse Anderson
Elin Lantosingles chronology
"I Won't Cry"
(2004)
"I Can Do It (Watch Me Now)"
(2005)

"I Won't Cry" is a song written by Lasse Anderson, and recorded by Elin Lanto. It was released in 2004. [1] as her debut single, it topped the Swedish singles chart.

Contents

Other recordings

In 2008, the song was recorded by Emilia Rydberg. [2]

Track listing

  1. "I Won't Cry"
  2. "I Won't Cry" (CHR-remix)
  3. "I Won't Cry" (karaokeversion)

Charts

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References

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  2. "Discographie" (in Italian). Emilia Mitiku's website. 2008. Retrieved 19 October 2014.
  3. Swedishcharts
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