|Single by Darin|
|from the album Break the News|
|Released||18 October 2006|
|Songwriter(s)||Anders Wikström, Fredrik Thomander, Robbie Nevil|
|Producer(s)||Björn Engelmann Cutting Room Studios|
|Darin singles chronology|
"Perfect" is a song by Swedish singer Darin. It was released as the first single from Darin's third studio album, Break the News, in Sweden on 18 October 2006.
"Perfect" debuted and peaked at number 3 in Sweden, becoming Darin's sixth consecutive top 10 hit and third top 3 hit in the country. It also landed at number 4 in Finland, becoming his first top 5 single in the country.
|Finnish Singles Chart||4|
|Swedish Singles Chart||3|
The accompanying music video shows a teenage girl, watching a video of Darin performing the song, dancing in her bedroom while different colored backgrounds in her bedroom are projected. The video ends with Darin emerging from the TV, subsequently standing face to face with the girl.
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