Nothing Broken but My Heart

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"Nothing Broken but My Heart"
Single by Celine Dion
from the album Celine Dion
Released July 1992 (1992-07)
Format CD single, cassette single, vinyl single
Recorded Right Track Recording, The Plant Recording Studios
Genre Pop
Length 5:55 (Album Version)
6:41 (Extended Version)
4:14 (Radio Edit)
Label Columbia, Epic
Writer(s) Diane Warren
Producer(s) Walter Afanasieff
Celine Dion singles chronology
"If You Asked Me To"
(1992)
"Nothing Broken but My Heart"
(1992)
"Quelqu'un que j'aime, quelqu'un qui m'aime"
(1992)
Music video
"Nothing Broken but My Heart" on YouTube

"Nothing Broken but My Heart" is a song from Celine Dion's eponymous album. It was released as the third single in Canada, United States and Japan (July 1992), and fourth in Australia (January 1993).[1]

"Nothing Broken but My Heart" was the second Celine Dion single written by Diane Warren. It was produced by Walter Afanasieff.

The music video was made for the edited version, because the original track lasts almost six minutes. This video was released in August 1992 and features actors practicing the Romeo and Juliet play. It was directed by Lyne Charlebois.

"Nothing Broken but My Heart" was the second Dion's single which reached number 1 position on the U.S. Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks (this time for one week). The song peaked at number 3 in Canada and number 29 in the United States.

In 1994, "Nothing Broken but My Heart" won an ASCAP Pop Award for most performed song in the United States.[2]

"Nothing Broken but My Heart" was covered by R&B artist, Tracie Spencer on her 1999 album Tracie.

Formats and track listings[edit]

Australian/Japanese/North American CD single

  1. "Nothing Broken but My Heart" (radio edit) – 4:14
  2. "Unison" (single mix) – 4:04

Official versions[edit]

  1. "Nothing Broken but My Heart" (radio edit) – 4:14
  2. "Nothing Broken but My Heart" (album version) – 5:55
  3. "Nothing Broken but My Heart" (extended album version) – 6:41

Charts[edit]

Weekly charts[edit]

Chart (1992) Peak
position
Canada (RPM)[3] 3
Canada Adult Contemporary (RPM)[4] 1
US Billboard Hot 100[5] 29
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[6] 1
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)[7] 26

Year-end charts[edit]

Chart (1992) Position
Canada Adult Contemporary (RPM)[8] 2
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)[9] 23

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Glatzer, Jenna (2005). Céline Dion: For Keeps. Andrews McMeel Publishing. ISBN 0-7407-5559-5. 
  2. ^ "Billboard 21 May 1994". Billboard. Prometheus Global Media LLC. 21 May 1994. Retrieved 15 February 2014. 
  3. ^ "Top Singles - Volume 56, No. 16, October 17 1992". RPM. 17 October 1992. Retrieved 9 September 2014. 
  4. ^ "Adult Contemporary - Volume 56, No. 14, October 03 1992". RPM. 3 October 1992. Retrieved 9 September 2014. 
  5. ^ "Celine Dion Album & Song Chart History" Billboard Hot 100 for Celine Dion. Retrieved 9 September 2014.
  6. ^ "Celine Dion Album & Song Chart History" Billboard Adult Contemporary for Celine Dion. Retrieved 9 September 2014.
  7. ^ "Celine Dion Album & Song Chart History" Billboard Pop Songs for Celine Dion. Retrieved 9 September 2014.
  8. ^ "Adult Contemporary - Volume 56, No. 25, December 19 1992". RPM. 19 December 1992. Retrieved 9 September 2014. 
  9. ^ "Adult Contemporary Songs (Year End)". Prometheus Global Media. Retrieved 9 September 2014. 

External links[edit]

Preceded by
"Sometimes Love Just Ain't Enough" by Patty Smyth with Don Henley
Billboard Adult Contemporary number-one single
October 17, 1992
Succeeded by
"Am I the Same Girl" by Swing Out Sister