"No More I Love You's" (stylized as "No More "I Love You's"") is a song written by Joseph Hughes and David Freeman and was first released by their band, The Lover Speaks with keyboards by Barry Gilbert in 1986. The song was later covered by the Scottish singer Annie Lennox and became a hit for her in 1995.
"No More "I Love You's"" was the first single released by Annie Lennox from her second studio album, Medusa. The song won her the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance at the 38th Grammy Awards, the first to be awarded to a British artist. The song features slightly altered lyrics from the original version and added background vocals that can be heard around the 2:50 mark of the song.
Lennox co-directed the music video with Joe Dyer. It featured Lennox dancing with travesty ballerinas in homage to Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo. The video also features actor Jake Canuso. It was nominated for a MTV award for Best Female Video.
''THE STORY BEHIND THE SONG''
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