To promote the Evita soundtrack, Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice got back together to write a song especially for Madonna. The result was this beautiful ballad in which Eva Peron shows her vulnerable side.
"You Must Love Me" starts with the sound of orchestra and piano, as Madonna sings the opening verses. She continues singing the lyrics, which talk about Perón's discovery that her husband Juan had actually loved her all along and not merely seen her as a political prop. The song is set in common time, with a moderate tempo of 92 beats per minute. It is composed in the key of B♭ major, with Madonna's vocals spanning from G3 to B♭4. The song has a basic sequence of B♭–E♭/B♭–F♭/B♭–B♭ in the beginning and changes to B♭–F♭.
Madonna perfomed the song in the 69th delivery of the Oscars and in her tour Sticky & Sweet Tour in 2008 and 2009.
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