Marco Mengoni releases French version of ‘Due vite’

On Friday, two-time Italian Eurovision artist Marco Mengoni released a French version of Due vite (Two lives). The French version, entitled La dernière chanson (The last song) is a rare release for the singer who seldom strays from singing in Italian and English.

La dernière chanson is not entirely in Italian, however. Some of the original Italian parts of Due vite remain, notably during the bridge and part of the chorus.

The song has been a huge hit in Italy since winning the Festival di Sanremo in February, hitting number 1 on the charts (also in San Marino!) and getting a 4× Platinum certification. Notably, the song reached an impressive 80th on Billboard’s Global 200 chart.

In May, the song came in 4th place in Liverpool, securing Italy its 10th Top 10 result since returning to Eurovision in 2011. Mengoni received 350 points from the viewers and juries.

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