Take Me to Your Heaven (song)

"Take Me To Your Heaven"
Single by Charlotte
from the album Charlotte
Released 1999
Format CD single
Recorded 1999
Sweden "Take Me to Your Heaven"
Eurovision Song Contest 1999 entry
Gert Lengstrand, Marcos Ubeda
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Kärleken är" (1998)   
"When Spirits Are Calling My Name" (2000) ►

"Take Me to Your Heaven" was the winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 1999 performed in English (taking advantage of new rules removing the requirement to perform in a national language) by Charlotte Nilsson representing Sweden. Charlotte Nilsson first won the Swedish Melodifestivalen 1999 when singing the Swedish language version "Tusen och en natt" (Swedish for "One Thousand and One Nights").

The song was internationally released as a single on 21 June 1999, produced by Mikael Wendt. At the singles charts, it peaked at #2 in Sweden, #10 in Norway, #20 in the United Kingdom, #23 in the Netherlands and #5 in Flanders (Belgium).

On 24 April 1999, the Swedish language version of the song entered radio chart Svensktoppen as number-one and spent 8 consecutive weeks on the top spot, and managed to stay on the chart for no less than six months, until 4 September 1999. The song was succeeded in 2000 as Contest winner by the Olsen Brothers representing Denmark with "Fly on the Wings of Love".


The song is an up-beat song about love, with the singer asking her lover to take her to heaven by loving her. Some fans have argued that it is derivative of previous Swedish 1974 winner ABBA. The music video is set in the wintertime with Charlotte walking in the snow.

Track listings

  1. Take Me to Your Heaven - 3:00
  2. Tusen och en natt - 3:00
  3. Take Me to Your Heaven (instrumental version) - 3:00

Peak positions

Chart (1999) Peak
Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)[1] 5
Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)[2] 21
Norway (VG-lista)[3] 10
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[4] 2
United Kingdom (The Official Charts Company) 20
Preceded by
"Kärleken är" by Jill Johnson
Melodifestivalen winners
Succeeded by
"När vindarna viskar mitt namn" by Roger Pontare
Preceded by
"Diva" by Dana International
Eurovision Song Contest winners
Succeeded by
"Fly on the Wings of Love" by Olsen Brothers


This article is issued from Wikipedia - version of the 8/13/2016. The text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution/Share Alike but additional terms may apply for the media files.