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I See Your Smile

"I See Your Smile"
Single by Gloria Estefan
from the album Gloria Estefan Greatest Hits
Released February 1993 (U.S., UK, Canada)
Format CD single
CD maxi single
Cassette Single
7-inch vinyl Single
Genre Pop
Length 04:36
Label Epic
Writer(s) Jon Secada, Miguel A. Morejon
Gloria Estefan singles chronology
"Megamix"
(1992)
"I See Your Smile"
(1993)
"Go Away"
(1993)

"I See Your Smile" is a single by American singer and songwriter Gloria Estefan. It was released in February 1993 in Europe, the UK and America as the third single worldwide, and second in America, from her first compilation album, Gloria Estefan Greatest Hits.

Contents

  • Song history 1
  • Single releases (commercial and promotional) 2
  • Chart performance 3
  • Official versions 4
  • References 5
  • External links 6

Song history

"I See Your Smile" was released in the US instead of the "Megamix" medley, which was the second single released in most of the world outside America. The song performed well on the Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks chart, peaking at #3.

It is a pop-Latin ballad about someone who cannot get over their lost love.

The video was shot in Miami, Florida and co-starred movie actor, Andy García as a waiter at a restaurant.

Single releases (commercial and promotional)

Chart performance

Chart Peak
position
US Billboard Hot 100 48
US Billboard Adult Contemporary 3
UK Singles Chart 49

Official versions

Original versions

  1. Album Version (4:36)
  2. Video Version (4:33)
  3. Single Version (4:34)
  4. iTunes Originals version 2007 (3:42)

References

  1. ^ http://www.45worlds.com/tape/media/34t74847
  2. ^ http://www.45cat.com/record/3474847
  3. ^ http://www.45worlds.com/cdsingle/cd/esk74847
  4. ^ http://www.45worlds.com/cdsingle/cd/epc6589451
  5. ^ http://www.45worlds.com/cdsingle/cd/epc6589452
  6. ^ http://www.45cat.com/record/arie3168
  7. ^ http://www.45worlds.com/cdsingle/cd/6589612
  8. ^ http://www.45worlds.com/tape/media/6589614
  9. ^ http://www.45cat.com/record/6589617

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