I Got You

Album: Echo (2009)
Charted: 14
  • This track with layer harmonies is from British singer Leona Lewis' second album, Echo.
  • A few months prior to the release of the album, it emerged that both this Max Martin penned track and "Brave" had been stolen by hackers who posted them on the internet.
  • This Pop ballad was released as the second single from Lewis' sophomore album, Echo. The song was produced and co-written by Arnthor Birgisson. Max Martin and Savan Kotecha also have writing credits. Birgisson and Martin are both members of the Swedish music production company Maratone, who have worked with a number of leading artists such as Britney Spears and Kelly Clarkson. Texan songwriter Kotecha is a frequent collaborator with the Maratone team, his contributions include Westlife's hit single "Us Against The World" and Britney Spears' raunchy "If U Seek Amy."
  • The Dave Myers-directed video, which was filmed in Venice Beach, California, features clips of several couples dealing with the ups and downs of relationships.


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