"Quando, Quando, Quando" is an Italian pop song dating from the early 1960s, written by Alberto Testa and Tony Renis (sometimes credited under his birth name Elio Cesari). Renis made the song famous. It has frequently been performed in English translation, with lyrics by Ervin Drake. The most notable rendition in English was by pop singer Engelbert Humperdinck.
The song has been used and remixed by many artists and in many different advertisements. In one version of the song, Nelly Furtado does a duet with Michael Bublé.
The song was used in the movie The Blues Brothers: when Jake and Elwood first encounter Murph and The Magictones, they are playing this song at the Holiday Inn.
The title translates as "When, When, When". Quando is the only Italian word normally retained in the English version, although some performers add another Italian word or phrase.