Just Have a Heart

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For the 1990 Bonnie Raitt top-ten single, see Nick of Time (album). For the 1934 American drama film, see Have a Heart (film).
"Have a Heart"
Single by Celine Dion
from the album Unison
Released July 1991 (1991-07)
Format Promotional recording
Recorded 1989-1990 Chartmarker Studios
Genre Soft rock
Length 4:14
Label Columbia, Epic
Writer(s) Aldo Nova, Billy Steinberg, Ralph McCarthy
Producer(s) David Foster
Celine Dion singles chronology
"The Last to Know"
(1991)
"Have a Heart"
(1991)
"Des mots qui sonnent"
(1991)
Music video
"Have a Heart" (Live) on YouTube

"Just Have a Heart" is a song recorded by Angela Clemmons for her 1987 album, This Is Love. It was written by Aldo Nova, Billy Steinberg and Ralph McCarthy, and produced by Nova.

In 1987, Celine Dion recorded French-language version of the song (titled "Partout je te vois") with words by Eddy Marnay and included it on her album, Incognito. Dion performed the original English-language version at the Juno Awards of 1987. Her well-received performance allowed her to gain a bigger budget to create her first English album, Unison (1990). Dion also recorded the English-language version of the song for the Unison album. It was produced by David Foster and titled "Have a Heart."

Dion released it as the fifth and last single from Unison in Canada in July 1991.[1] There was no music video filmed for "Have a Heart," although the Unison home video contains a live performance of it, recorded at the Winter Garden Theatre in Toronto, Canada. "Have a Heart" reached number 26 in Canada and number 4 on the Canadian Adult Contemporary Chart. Thanks to "Have a Heart," David Foster was nominated for the Juno Award for Producer of the Year in 1991.[2]

Formats and track listings[edit]

Canadian promotional CD single

  1. "Have a Heart" – 4:14

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1991) Peak
position
Canada (RPM)[3] 26
Canada Adult Contemporary (RPM)[4] 4

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1991) Position
Canada Adult Contemporary (RPM)[5] 21

References[edit]

  1. ^ Glatzer, Jenna (2005). Céline Dion: For Keeps. Andrews McMeel Publishing. ISBN 0-7407-5559-5. 
  2. ^ "Awards: Artist Summary". CARAS. Retrieved 8 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "Top Singles - Volume 54, No. 15, September 14 1991". RPM. 14 September 1991. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 
  4. ^ "Adult Contemporary - Volume 54, No. 13, August 31 1991". RPM. 31 August 1991. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 
  5. ^ "Adult Contemporary - Volume 55, No. 3, December 21 1991". RPM. 21 December 1991. Retrieved 6 September 2014. 

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