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Under the Surface (song)


"Under the Surface"
Single by Marit Larsen
from the album Under the Surface
B-side "If a Song Could Get Me You" (German version)
Released April 17, 2006 (Norway)
February 2010 (Germany)
Format CD Single
Recorded 2005
Genre Pop, folk
Length 4:14
Label EMI (NOR), Sony Music (GER)
Writer(s) Marit Larsen
Producer(s) Kåre Christoffer Vestrheim
Marit Larsen singles chronology
"Don't Save Me"
(2006)
"Under the Surface"
(2006)
"Only A Fool"
(2006)

"Under the Surface" is the second single by Norwegian pop music singer Marit Larsen released from her debut album Under the Surface. The single was released in May 2006 in Norway. After debuting at #19 the single peaked at #6 and spent 16 weeks inside the Norwegian Top 20. The song was released in February 2010 in Germany, is the second international single from Marit.

The song reached #1 on the Norwegian Airplay and helped the album to come back to the charts. In November 2009, Norwegian newspaper VG voted this the best Norwegian song of the decade.[1]

Charts

Chart (2006–2010) Peak
position
Norwegian Singles Chart 6
Norwegian Radio Chart 1
Luxembourg Singles Chart 11
German Singles Chart 37
Austrian Singles Chart 64

References

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External links

  • Marit Larsen - Official site


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