"Amar pelos dois" (Portuguese pronunciation: [ɐˈmaɾ ˈp(ɨ)luʃ ˈdojʃ]; English: Love for both of us) is a song performed by Portuguese singer Salvador Sobral and written and produced by his sister Luísa Sobral. It premiered on 19 February 2017, when it was performed in Festival da Canção 2017, Portugal's national selection for the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, and was released as a digital download on 10 March 2017 by Sons em Trânsito.
"Amar pelos dois" is a jazz waltz with a lyrical theme of heartbreak after a breakup. The song received praise from music critics – some reviewers considered it Portugal's all-time best Eurovision entry. It earned the Sobral siblings two Marcel Bezençon Awards. The song topped the charts in Finland, Iceland, the Netherlands, Portugal and Spain. It peaked inside the top 10 in Belgium, Denmark, France, Luxembourg, Greece, Hungary, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland.
At the Eurovision Song Contest 2017, "Amar pelos dois" gave Portugal its first ever win since their debut in 1964. It amassed 758 points, setting the record for the highest number of points in the history of the competition, and topped both the televoting and jury voting for the first time since Austria's "Rise Like a Phoenix" in 2014. It is the first winning song entirely performed in a country's native language since Serbia's "Molitva" in 2007 and the first winning song written in triple metre since Ireland's "The Voice" in 1996.