I'll Always Love You (Michael Johnson song)

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"I'll Always Love You"
Single by Michael Johnson
from the album Dialogue
Released 1979
Genre Soft rock
Length 3:45
Label EMI
Writer(s) Eric Kaz, Tom Snow
Producer(s) Brent Maher, Steve Gibson

"I'll Always Love You" is a single by Michael Johnson, released in 1979 along with his fifth album, Dialogue.

Cover versions[edit]

Nina version[edit]

"I'll Always Love You (Nina version)"
Single by Nina
from the album I Will Always Love You Soundtrack and Diamond: Greatest Hits 2002-2010
Released February 2006, December 2010 (promotional single)
Format CD single
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop, acoustic
Length 3:51
Label Warner Music
Writer(s) Eric Kaz, Tom Snow
Producer(s) Neil Gregorio, Jim Baluyut (executive)
Nina singles chronology
"I Love You Goodbye"
(2005)
"I'll Always Love You"
(2006)
"Araw Mo"
(2006)


"I'll Always Love You" was covered by Filipino pop/R&B singer Nina in February 2006 under Warner Music Philippines. The song was recorded for the promotion of GMA Films' 2006 romantic movie I Will Always Love You, starring Richard Gutierrez and Angel Locsin.[1] The film was released on February 8, 2006 as a valentine offer of GMA Films.[2]

In 2010, the song was included on Nina's compilation album, Diamond: Greatest Hits 2002-2010.

Music video[edit]

Nina singing on the music video, while a colorful animated background is seen moving behind her.

The music video for "I'll Always Love You" was directed by Jessel Monteverde. The video had a heavy use of visual special effects, becoming Nina's second music video to be made mostly of animations (the other being "Loving You"). Most of the scenes show animated backgrounds and setting.

The video starts with pictures wherein a photo of Nina walking on the street is slowly zoomed, as the image inside the picture starts moving. She suddenly stopped and leaned on a wall. A scene where she is singing to the song, while a colorful background is moving behind her, suddenly appears. She is then shown walking on the streets of San Francisco, California, where other people stroll as well (but in a fast-forward motion). The part where she is seen walking fades, and scenes from the movie suddenly appears. She is then shown singing to the song, while being inserted into the actual scenes of the film.[3]

Track listing[edit]

Philippine CD single[4]

  1. I Will Always Love You (trailer)
  2. "I'll Always Love You" (music video)
  3. "I'll Always Love You"
  4. "I'll Always Love You" (minus one)

Release history[edit]

Country Release date Format
Philippines February 2006 CD single

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