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|"Ti ho voluto bene veramente"|
|Single by Marco Mengoni|
|from the album Le cose che non ho|
|Released||16 October 2015|
|Label||Sony Music Entertainment|
|Songwriter(s)||Marco Mengoni, Fortunato Zampaglione|
|Marco Mengoni singles chronology|
Ti ho voluto bene veramente (English: I really loved you) is a song recorded by Italian singer-songwriter Marco Mengoni for his album Le cose che non ho . The track, written by Marco Mengoni was produced by Michele Canova.
After being released in October 2015 as the lead single from Mengoni's fourth studio album, Le cose che non ho , it peaked at number one on the Italian FIMI Top Digital Downloads charts.
The music video for the song was directed by Niccolò Celaia and Antonio Usbergo, and was shot in Iceland.
|1.||"Ti ho voluto bene veramente"||2:49|
|1.||"Ti ho voluto bene veramente"||2:49|
|Italy (FIMI)||5× Platinum||250,000|
sales+streaming figures based on certification alone
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