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I Am Who I Am (Lara Fabian song)

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"I Am Who I Am"
Single by Lara Fabian
from the album Lara Fabian
ReleasedSeptember 18, 2000[1]
FormatCD single
Songwriter(s)Rick Allison, Lara Fabian, Evan Rogers, Carl Sturken
Producer(s)Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers
Lara Fabian singles chronology
"I Will Love Again"
"I Am Who I Am"
"Love By Grace"
"I Will Love Again"
"I Am" "Love By Grace"

"I Am Who I Am" is a song by the Belgian singer Lara Fabian. It was released as the second single of her self-titled album.[1]


I Am Who I Am is an uptempo song, co-written by Fabian and Allison with American duo Carl Sturken and Evan Rogers, who produced the track.[2]


The Dooyoo review was mixed. It said: "The song is reasonably catchy, but not particularly memorable, and this isn't a great introduction to Fabian's true vocal abilities. 6/10".[2]

Track list


  1. I Am Who I Am (Chris Lord-Alge remix)
  2. I Am Who I Am (HQ2 radio mix)
  3. I Am Who I Am (Bastone and Bernstein radio edit)
  4. I Am Who I Am (Major Tom version)
  5. Before We Say Goodbye

Official versions

  1. Album version – 3:45
  2. Chris Lord-Algé remix – 3:53
  3. Major Tom version – 3:40
  4. Bastone and Bernstein radio edit – 3:30
  5. Soul Solution radio edit – 3:05
  6. HQ2 club mix – 9:00
  7. HQ2 radio mix – 3:30

Music video

There is a music video for the song.[3]


Chart Peak
French Singles Chart[4] 67
German Singles Chart[4] 64


  1. ^ a b c " I Am Who I Am". Amazon. Retrieved July 28, 2011.
  2. ^ a b "Belgian singer Lara Fabian's English language debut". Dooyoo.UK. June 15, 2009. Retrieved July 25, 2011.
  3. ^ "Lara Fabian: I Am Who I Am Music Video". YouTube. Retrieved July 28, 2011.
  4. ^ a b "Swedish LARA FABIAN - I AM WHO I AM (SONG)". Hung Medien. Retrieved July 24, 2011.

External links

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