Nandito Ako (song) - in Popular Culture - Television

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In 2011, David Archuleta recorded a version of the song for the Filipino mini series of the same name, Nandito Ako, where it served as the show's theme song. The song was later included in his fourth studio album titled Forevermore.

Thalía
  • Discography
  • Awards and nominations
Studio albums
  • Thalía (1990)
  • Mundo de Cristal (1991)
  • Love (1992)
  • En éxtasis (1995)
  • Amor a la Mexicana (1997)
  • Arrasando (2000)
  • Thalía (2002)
  • Thalía (English) (2003)
  • El Sexto Sentido (2005)
  • Lunada (2008)
  • Habítame Siempre (2012)
Compilation albums
  • Nandito Ako (1997)
  • Thalía con banda: Grandes éxitos (2001)
  • Hits Remixed (2003)
  • Greatest Hits (2004)
Live albums
  • Primera fila (2009)
Concert tours
  • High Voltage Tour (2004)
  • The VIVA! Tour (2013)
Soap operas
  • La pobre señorita Limantour (1987)
  • Quinceañera (1988)
  • Luz y Sombra (1989)
  • María Mercedes (1992)
  • Marimar (1994)
  • María la del Barrio (1995)
  • Rosalinda (1999)
Motion Pictures
  • La Guerra de los Pasteles (1976)
  • Anastasia (Soundtrack) (1997)
  • Mambo Café (2000)
Documentaries
  • Las vidas de Thalía (2009)
Television Programs
  • VIP Noche (1991)
  • Las aventuras de Eebee (2009)
  • Dora the Explorer : The Mermaid Kingdom (2011)
Theater
  • Vaselina (1984)
Books
  • BELLEZA! Lessons in Lipgloss and Happiness (2007)
  • RADIANTE! Your Guide to a Fit and Fabulous Pregnancy (2009)
  • Growing Stronger (2011)
Related articles
  • Timbiriche
  • Tommy Mottola
  • Emilio Estefan
  • Gloria Estefan
  • Laura Zapata
Recording companies
  • Universal Records
  • EMI Music
  • Sony Music Latin
Thalía singles
Thalía (1990)
  • "Un Pacto Entre Los Dos"
  • "Saliva"
  • "Amarillo Azul"
  • "Pienso en Ti"
Mundo de Cristal
  • "Sudor"
  • "En La Intimidad"
  • "Te Necesito"
  • "Madrid"
  • "Fuego Cruzado"
Love
  • "Sangre"
  • "Love"
  • "La Vie En Rose"
  • "El Bronceador"
  • "El Día Del Amor"
  • "No Trates de Engañarme"
  • "Déjame Escapar"
  • "Flor de Juventud"
  • "María Mercedes"
En éxtasis
  • "Piel morena"
  • "Amándote"
  • "Maria la del Barrio"
  • "Quiero hacerte el amor"
  • "Gracias a Dios
  • "Me Faltas Tú"
  • "Lágrimas (song)
Nandito Ako
  • "Nandito Ako"
Amor a la Mexicana
  • "Amor a la Mexicana"
  • "Por amor"
  • "Mujer Latina"
  • "Noches sin luna"
  • "Ponle Remedio"
  • "Es Tu Amor"
  • "De dónde soy"
  • "Dicen Por Ahí"
  • "Echa Pa'lante"
Arrasando
  • "Entre el mar y una estrella"
  • "Regresa a mí"
  • " Arrasando/It's My Party"
  • "Reencarnación"
  • " Rosalinda"
Con banda: Grandes éxitos
  • "Arrasando (Banda Version)"
  • " Piel morena (Banda Version)"
  • "Amor a la Mexicana (Banda Version)"
  • "La Revancha"
  • "Cuco Peña"
  • "Quiero hacerte el amor (Banda Version)"
Thalía (2002)
  • "Tú y Yo"
  • "No me enseñaste"
  • "¿A quién le importa?"
  • "Dance, Dance (The Mexican)"
Thalía (English)
  • "I Want You/Me Pones Sexy"
  • "Baby, I'm in Love/Alguien Real"
  • "Don't Look Back"
  • "Closer to you/Cerca de Tí"
Greatest Hits
  • "Acción y reacción"
  • "Toda la Felicidad"
El Sexto Sentido
  • "Amar sin ser amada"
  • "Un alma sentenciada"
  • "Seducción"
  • "Cantando por un sueño"
  • "Olvídame"
  • "No, no, no"
Lunada
  • "Ten paciencia"
  • "Será porque te amo"
Primera fila
  • "Equivocada"
  • "Qué Será De Ti"
  • "Estoy Enamorado"
  • "Enséñame a vivir"
  • "El Próximo Viernes"
  • "Con la Duda
Habítame siempre
  • "Manías"
  • "Te perdiste mi amor"
Other songs
  • "Marimar"
  • "I Found Your Love"
  • "You Are Still On My Mind"
  • "Menta y Canela"
  • "En la Fiesta Mando Yo"
  • "Y Seguir"
  • "Un Sueño Para Dos"
  • "Aventurero"
  • "Con la Duda"

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