|Single by Alcazar|
|from the album Alcazarized|
|Released||15 May 2003|
|Label||BMG, RCA Records|
|Songwriter(s)||Chris Lowe, Neil Tennant|
|Alcazar singles chronology|
"Love Life" is a Pet Shop Boys song originally performed and released by the Swedish band Alcazar. It was the fourth single to be taken from their #2 album Alcazarized . The song was originally titled "Can I Be the One?", and was demoed by Pet Shop Boys themselves. "Love Life" peaked at #10 in Sweden.
These are the formats and track listings of promotional single releases of "Love Life".
|Swedish Singles Chart||10|
|Single by Pet Shop Boys|
|B-side||"A Powerful Friend"|
|Released||17 April 2010|
|Format||Limited-edition 7" vinyl|
|Songwriter(s)||Neil Tennant, Chris Lowe|
|Producer(s)||Pet Shop Boys|
|Pet Shop Boys singles chronology|
Pet Shop Boys released their own version of "Love Life" as a limited edition 7" single for Record Store Day in April 2010.
A. "Love life"
B. "A Powerful Friend"
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