We'll Live It All Again

Italy "We'll Live It All Again"
Eurovision Song Contest 1976 entry
Finals performance
Final result
Final points
Appearance chronology
◄ "Era" (1975)   
"Libera" (1977) ►

"We'll Live It All Again" was the Italian entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1976, performed in Italian and English by Al Bano & Romina Power. Along with 1984's "I treni di Tozeur", 1991's "Comme è ddoce 'o mare" and 2011's "Follia d'amore", this was the country's only ever entry not to be sung entirely in Italian, until their return in 2011. Bano and Power also recorded the song in Spanish and French, entitled "Viviremos todo de nuevo" and "T'aimer encore une fois" respectively. The latter was a chart hit in France. In 1982, they re-recorded "We'll Live It All Again" for their Spanish language album Felicidad, then with new lyrics and retitled "Vivirlo otra vez".

The song is a love duet sung from the perspective of a married couple addressing each other. They recall their first kiss and their early relationship and later sing about their pride at having a daughter together. They tell each other that they would each "live it all again" and if this were the case, "I'd always choose you again".

The song was performed thirteenth on the night (following Spain's Braulio with "Sobran las palabras" and preceding Austria's Waterloo & Robinson with "My Little World)". At the close of voting, it had received 69 points, placing 7th in a field of 18.

It was succeeded as Italian representative at the 1977 Contest by Mia Martini with "Libera". Al Bano and Romina Power returned to the Contest in 1985 with "Magic Oh Magic".

Track listing

A. "We'll Live It All Again (Lo riviveri)" – 4:07
B. "Na, na, na" – 3:33
A. "Viviremos todo de nuevo" – 4:12
B. "Mai, mai, mai" – 4:00
A. "T'aimer encore une fois" (Version Française) – 4:05
B. "T'aimer encore une fois" (Version Italienne) – 4:05

Chart performance

Chart (1976) Peak
France[4] 2


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