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ai se eu te pego dance instrumental

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ai se eu te pego dance instrumental

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“Ai, se eu te pego!” (Brazilian Portuguese: [ˈaj ˈsj‿ew tʃi ˈpɛɡu], Oh, If I Get You!) is a 2008 Brazilian song by Sharon Acioly and Antônio Dyggs, with co-authorship by Aline da Fonseca, Amanda Teixeira, and Karine Assis Vinagre and first interpreted by Os Meninos de Seu Zeh, directed by Dyggs himself.
It was recorded by Brazilian band Cangaia de Jegue and then covered by many other regional Brazilian bands like Garota Safada, Arreio de Ouro, Estakazero, Forró Sacode, and Saia Rodada. In 2011, it was popularized by Brazilian singer Michel Teló, becoming an international hit. Teló also released an English-language version, “Oh, If I Catch You!
The lyrics begin with two cries of “Nossa! Nossa!” short for “nossa senhora” – Our Lady, the Virgin Mary, an equivalent of “Wow!” in Brazilian Portuguese. Then Assim você me mata, “You kill me,” a common exclamation. Then “ai, se eu te pego, ai, ai, se eu te pego.” – “Ooh, if I catch you.”The verse then repeats with “Delícia, delícia” instead of “Nossa, nossa.” The third verse of the song is the only verse with a narrative text: describing a Saturday night, a crowd beginning to dance, and summoning courage to speak to the most beautiful girl. Verses 4 and 5 repeat the simple exclamations of verses 1 and 2.
Antônio Dyggs, who co-wrote the song, realized it could become a national hit in Brazil and offered it for a release by Brazilian singer Michel Teló. The result was a hit in Brazil, Latin America and Europe.
Teló’s version of the song became a hit in Brazil, reaching No. 1. Later, the song also reached No. 1 in 23 countries in Europe and Latin America. In the United States, the single topped both the Billboard Hot Latin Songs and Latin Pop Songs and peaked at No. 81 on the Billboard Hot 100, making Michel Teló the second Brazilian solo act to have a song on the Billboard Hot 100, after Sérgio Mendes did so five decades ago.
The single was the sixth best-selling single of 2012, selling 7.2 million copies worldwide and placing it on the list of best-selling digital singles of all time.The single has become the most downloaded digital track in Germany since 2006. As of July 2014, it is the 90th best-selling single of the 21st century in France, with 308,000 units sold.The official YouTube video has over 660 million views as of November 2015.
This version was nominated for Best Brazilian Song at the 2012 Latin Grammy Awards, but lost out to “Querido Diário” by Chico Buarque.
The song is especially popular among footballers.
It was first danced by Brazilian player Neymar who initially appeared on a video dancing to the song “Ai Se Eu Te Pego”. Many other videos of the same player emerged later leading to its huge popularity in Brazil.
all over Europe after Real Madrid players Marcelo Vieira and Cristiano Ronaldo celebrated a goal dancing to the choreography of the song.[106] Playing in the National Professional Football League of Spain, the dance was performed by the two players after Ronaldo scored the first goal against Málaga CF on October 22, 2011. The popularity was such that on January 12, 2012, Michel Teló was invited to the Real Madrid training ground and posed for pictures with Marcelo and Cristiano Ronaldo.[citation needed] The goal celebration has been performed by many other footballers across Europe.[citation needed] At UFC 153 in Brazil, fighter Dave Herman used the song as his entrance music.
Muay Thai kickboxer Sudsakorn Sor Klinmee danced and sang along to “Ai Se Eu Te Pego” in the ring following his win over Marco Piqué at Yokkao Extreme 2012 in Milan, Italy on January 21, 2012. The mixed martial artists Fabrício Werdum and Dave Herman have used the song as their entrance music. Werdum walked out to it before facing Mike Russow at UFC 147 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil on June 23, 2012, while Herman entered to the song ahead of his match with Antônio Rodrigo Nogueira at UFC 153 on October 13, 2012 also in Rio.