Diane Warren Presents Love Songs

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Diane Warren Presents Love Songs
Compilation album by Diane Warren
Released 2004 (U.S.)
Recorded Various Times
Genre Pop
Length 77:31 (Philippines)

Diane Warren Presents Love Songs is a compilation album of love songs written by American Grammy Award and Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-nominated songwriter Diane Warren, released by herself in 2004 to 2006 in various countries. The track listing differs for Asian editions.

Track listings[edit]

All songs written by Diane Warren.

US Edition[edit]

  1. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Theme from Armageddon) - Aerosmith
  2. "Because You Loved Me" (Theme from Up Close & Personal) - Celine Dion
  3. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Theme from Coyote Ugly) - LeAnn Rimes
  4. "I Turn to You" - Christina Aguilera
  5. "How Do I Live" (Album version) (Theme from Con Air) - Trisha Yearwood
  6. "Un-Break My Heart" - Toni Braxton
  7. "From the Heart " (Theme from UK edition of Notting Hill) - Another Level
  8. "I Learned from the Best" - Whitney Houston
  9. "Saving Forever For You" - Shanice
  10. "There You'll Be" (Theme from Pearl Harbor) - Faith Hill
  11. "Have You Ever?" - Brandy
  12. "If I Could Turn Back Time" - Cher
  13. "When I See You Smile" - Bad English
  14. "Look Away" - Chicago
  15. "How Can We Be Lovers?" - Michael Bolton
  16. "Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
  17. "Set the Night to Music" - Roberta Flack and Maxi Priest
  18. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" - Exposé

Indonesian/Malaysian edition[edit]

  1. "Because You Loved Me" (Theme from Up Close & Personal) - Celine Dion
  2. "Can't Remember a Time - Krisdayanti
  3. "I Learned From the Best" - Whitney Houston
  4. "I Turn to You" - Christina Aguilera
  5. "Un-Break My Heart" - Toni Braxton
  6. "Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
  7. "Saving Forever For You" - Shanice
  8. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Theme from Armageddon) - Aerosmith
  9. "Blue Eyes Blue" (Theme from Runaway Bride) - Eric Clapton
  10. "When I See You Smile" - Bad English
  11. "How Do I Live" (Album version) (Theme from Con Air) - Trisha Yearwood
  12. "If I Could Turn Back Time" - Cher
  13. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Theme from Coyote Ugly) - LeAnn Rimes
  14. "There You'll Be" (Theme from Pearl Harbor) - Faith Hill
  15. "How Can We Be Lovers?" - Michael Bolton
  16. "Have You Ever" - Brandy
  17. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" - Exposé
  18. "Set the Night to Music" - Roberta Flack and Maxi Priest

Japanese Edition[edit]

  1. "There You'll Be" (Theme from Pearl Harbor) - Faith Hill
  2. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Theme from Armageddon) - Aerosmith
  3. "Because You Loved Me" (Theme from Up Close & Personal) - Celine Dion
  4. "Un-Break My Heart" - Toni Braxton
  5. "Blue Eyes Blue" (Theme from Runaway Bride) - Eric Clapton
  6. "Set the Night to Music" - Starship
  7. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Theme from Coyote Ugly) - LeAnn Rimes
  8. "Look Away" - Chicago
  9. "When I See You Smile" - Bad English
  10. "Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
  11. "How Do I Live" (Album version) (Theme from Con Air) - Trisha Yearwood
  12. "If I Could Turn Back Time" - Cher
  13. "Time, Love, & Tenderness" - Michael Bolton
  14. "I Learned From the Best" - Whitney Houston
  15. "I Turn to You" - Christina Aguilera
  16. "Have You Ever" - Brandy
  17. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" - Exposé
  18. "Saving Forever For You" - Shanice

Philippines Edition[edit]

  1. "I Don't Want To Be Your Friend" - Nina
  2. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Theme from Armageddon) - Aerosmith
  3. "Because You Loved Me" (Theme from Up Close & Personal) - Celine Dion
  4. "Un-Break My Heart" - Toni Braxton
  5. "I Turn to You" - Christina Aguilera
  6. "How Do I Live" (Album version) (Theme from Con Air) - Trisha Yearwood
  7. "There You'll Be" (Theme from Pearl Harbor) - Faith Hill
  8. "Blue Eyes Blue" (Theme from Runaway Bride) - Eric Clapton
  9. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Theme from Coyote Ugly) - LeAnn Rimes
  10. "I Could Not Ask for More" - Edwin McCain
  11. "When I See You Smile" - Bad English
  12. "If I Could Turn Back Time" - Cher
  13. "I Learned From the Best" - Whitney Houston
  14. "Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
  15. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" - Exposé
  16. "Have You Ever" - Brandy
  17. "Saving Forever For You" - Shanice
  18. "How Can We Be Lovers?" - Michael Bolton

Taiwanese Edition[edit]

  1. "Because You Loved Me" (Theme from Up Close & Personal) - Celine Dion
  2. "Un-Break My Heart" - Toni Braxton
  3. "I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" (Theme from Armageddon) - Aerosmith
  4. "There You'll Be" (Theme from Pearl Harbor) - Faith Hill
  5. "I Turn to You" - Christina Aguilera
  6. "How Do I Live" (Album version) (Theme from Con Air) - Trisha Yearwood
  7. "Blue Eyes Blue" (Theme from Runaway Bride) - Eric Clapton
  8. "Can't Fight the Moonlight" (Theme from Coyote Ugly) - LeAnn Rimes
  9. "From the Heart" (Theme from UK edition of Notting Hill) - Another Level
  10. "I Learned From the Best" - Whitney Houston
  11. "Love Will Lead You Back" - Taylor Dayne
  12. "When I See You Smile" - Bad English
  13. "If I Could Turn Back Time" - Cher
  14. "Look Away" - Chicago
  15. "I'll Never Get Over You (Getting Over Me)" - Exposé
  16. "Set the Night to Music" - Roberta Flack and Maxi Priest
  17. "Have You Ever" - Brandy
  18. "Saving Forever For You" - Shanice

Trivia[edit]

  • There are two cover versions on the album (three on US/Taiwan editions). While Christina Aguilera was responsible for making "I Turn to You" a big hit, American R&B boy band All-4-One had originally performed it for the Space Jam soundtrack. Trisha Yearwood had covered "How Do I Live" the same year LeAnn Rimes did, and though Rimes' version had been more successful in charting, Yearwood's version (which was also successful) was the first of the two to be released. In 1998, for the first time in history, the Grammy Awards nominated two artists for the same song in the same category. Directly following Rimes' performance of the song, Yearwood won the Grammy Award for Best Female Country Vocal Performance. Yearwood also performed the song at the Country Music Association for which she won the 1997 award for Female Vocalist of the Year. Yearwood also won the 1997 Academy of Country Music Award for Top Female Vocalist. "Set the Night to Music" was originally recorded by Starship, but the US and Taiwan editions have Roberta Flack and Maxi Priest as the performers.
  • Another cover version, "I Don't Want To Be Your Friend" performed by Nina was included in the Philippine edition which was originally by Cyndi Lauper in her 1989 album, A Night To Remember. This cover version by Nina was also included in her "Nina Live" album and as a single peaked at #1 for eight weeks in the Philippines.
  • The Indonesian/Malaysian edition of the album features a new song, "Can't Remember a Time", recorded by Indonesian singer Krisdayanti. The Indonesian version of the song titled "Sampai Mati" was included on Krisdayanti's album Cahaya (2005).

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