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"Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" (Spanish for "I like you just the way you are") is a song written by Juan Carlos Calderón and Luis Gómez Escolar, produced by Calderón, and performed by Scottish singer Sheena Easton in a duet with Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The track was released by EMI Music as the first single from her first Spanish language album Todo Me Recuerda a Ti (1984). The song earned the Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Performance at the 27th Grammy Awards, being the second time that this award was handed out. Easton and Miguel's winning resulted in controversy with Mexican-American musicians, and a protest ensued. The award became the second Grammy for Easton, after being recognized as the Best New Artist in 1981, and the first for Miguel. The song was later included o

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  • Me gustas tal como eres (français : Je t'aime telle que tu es) est une chanson écrite par Juan Carlos Calderón et Luis Gómez Escolar, produite par Calderón et interprétée par la chanteuse écossaise Sheena Easton en duo avec le chanteur mexicain Luis Miguel.
  • "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" (Spanish for "I like you just the way you are") is a song written by Juan Carlos Calderón and Luis Gómez Escolar, produced by Calderón, and performed by Scottish singer Sheena Easton in a duet with Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The track was released by EMI Music as the first single from her first Spanish language album Todo Me Recuerda a Ti (1984). The song earned the Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Performance at the 27th Grammy Awards, being the second time that this award was handed out. Easton and Miguel's winning resulted in controversy with Mexican-American musicians, and a protest ensued. The award became the second Grammy for Easton, after being recognized as the Best New Artist in 1981, and the first for Miguel. The song was later included o
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  • Sheena Easton and Luis Miguel
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  • EMI, RT Industries
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  • Juan Carlos Calderón
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  • Juan Carlos Calderón, Luis Gómez Escolar
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  • Me gustas tal como eres (français : Je t'aime telle que tu es) est une chanson écrite par Juan Carlos Calderón et Luis Gómez Escolar, produite par Calderón et interprétée par la chanteuse écossaise Sheena Easton en duo avec le chanteur mexicain Luis Miguel.
  • "Me Gustas Tal Como Eres" (Spanish for "I like you just the way you are") is a song written by Juan Carlos Calderón and Luis Gómez Escolar, produced by Calderón, and performed by Scottish singer Sheena Easton in a duet with Mexican singer Luis Miguel. The track was released by EMI Music as the first single from her first Spanish language album Todo Me Recuerda a Ti (1984). The song earned the Grammy Award for Best Mexican/Mexican-American Performance at the 27th Grammy Awards, being the second time that this award was handed out. Easton and Miguel's winning resulted in controversy with Mexican-American musicians, and a protest ensued. The award became the second Grammy for Easton, after being recognized as the Best New Artist in 1981, and the first for Miguel. The song was later included on Miguel's studio album Palabra de Honor (1984).
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