|Single by Lisa Ajax|
|from the album Unbelievable|
|Released||5 December 2014|
|Label||Capitol Music Group Sweden|
|Songwriter(s)||Jimmy Jansson, Micha Wilshire, Lori Wilshire|
|Lisa Ajaxsingles chronology|
"Unbelievable" is a song written by Jimmy Jansson, Micha Wilshire, and Lori Wilshire. It was performed by Lisa Ajax in the finals of Idol 2014 as the winner-song.
|Chart (2014)||Peak position|
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