Antonio Carbonell ¡Ay, Qué Deseo!
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"¡Ay, qué deseo!" (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈai, ˈke deˈseo]; "Oh, what desire") was the Spanish entry in the Eurovision Song Contest 1996, performed in Spanish by Antonio Carbonell.

Composed and written by Antonio Carmona, Josemi Carmona and Juan Carmona (members of flamenco-pop band Ketama), the song is a moderately up-tempo number. Carbonell sings about a woman who he wanted to find "footprints under your feet" and be bound with her hair. It mainly features the beach scenario, with "coral seas" and "echoes of paradise". He desires her footprints of caramel and honey.

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