All I Ever Wanted

Album: Now You're Gone (2008)
Charted: 2

Songfacts®:

  • This is an English version of the Swedish DJ's European Top Ten hit "Vi sitter i Ventrilo och spelar DotA" (shortened to "DotA" in some countries). Translated in English it means: "We are sitting in Ventrilo playing DotA." Ventrilo is a voice chat program while DotA is the Warcraft computer game Defense of the Ancients.
  • This song's melody is based heavily on the 2001 French club hit "Daddy DJ" by Daddy DJ, which reached the Top 10 of many European countries, but was only available as an import in the UK.
  • The video was a continuation of the previous one for "Now You're Gone." After being reconciled by the healing power of dance music, in this promo Aylar and Lucas take a holiday, but as in all soap operas, not everything goes swimmingly. Basshunter features in the video as the DJ playing to the crowd.

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