The official artwork for the single was released on September 28, 2007, while the single's music video was made available online on October 5, 2007. Tickets are on sale now! It was directed by Mike Lipscombe and features the band in front of a plane along with scenes of loved ones meeting each other at the airport. Westlife's version differs slightly in their lyrical arrangement as compared to Michael Bublé's version. It was also said that it is one of Damian's favorite songs. It was included on a June 2008 re-issue of Shelton's 2007 album and Blake Shelton Collector's Edition, an which is only available at.
I mean, these songs, this genre, is the essence of me. In 2012, he e-mailed Bublé, asking if he would write new lyrics for a Christmas version of the song and sing duet vocals on it. The exterior shots of the marquee are on Granville Street. The song was written by Bublé, along with co-writers and. The performance gained great reception from fans, when it began trending worldwide on. It is the band's eighteenth most streamed song, and fifteenth best selling single in paid-for sales category and in best selling single combined sales category in the as of January 2019.
Select singles in the Format field. A short preview of the video was posted on the band's official website on October 5, 2007. Shelton's rendition features backing vocals from his girlfriend now ex-wife ,. During his career, Bublé has already completed five sold out world tours, sold over 75 million records worldwide and his concerts have been heralded as some of the best. As such, the second time around, the single was a massive hit, topping the chart in the , reaching a high chart position in , and peaking at a relatively successful 31 in the. Shelton occasionally performed the song with Bublé in concert. His version also reached number 41 on the.
It's where I live, it's where I've grown up. Bublé had been away touring in when he co-wrote the lyrics, for his then-fiancée, Debbie Timuss. The song was 91 on 's list of Top 100 Hits of 2007. The song was also used in the film. He expresses a desire to return home and be with his lover. Subsequently, two cover versions of the song have also been released as singles by other artists.
Soon after, a petition was set up for the collaboration to be made available for , to challenge for the Christmas Number One spot. Local radio station, , received exclusive airplay of the single on September 14, 2007 from Westlife's manager,. By submitting my information, I agree to receive personalized updates and marketing messages about Michael Bublé based on my information, interests, activities, website visits and device data and in accordance with the. This cover entered the Billboard chart at number 60 for the week of February 12, 2008. The first of these was recorded by Irish boyband , whose version was a top ten hit in several European countries. American singer also released his version in early 2008, which reached the top of the American country singles charts.
The re-written version, featuring Bublé, appears on Shelton's 2012 album,. Bublé describes his loneliness from missing her in the lyrics. Select Silver in the Certification field. As such, it underperformed heavily, only peaking at 162 on the. Aaron Latham of , in his review of It's Time, described the song favorably. . The full video was made available during the later part of the day on.
I understand that I can opt-out from messages at any time by emailing. In addition, if I have checked the box above, I agree to receive such updates and messages about similar artists, products and offers. His soaring vocals absolutely knock it out of the park. . .
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