Said It All

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
"Said It All"
Single by Take That
from the album The Circus
Released 15 June 2009
Recorded 2008
Genre Pop rock
Length 4:15 (Album Version)
3:56 (Video Edit)
Label Polydor Records
Writer(s) Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen, Steve Robson[1]
Producer(s) Take That, John Shanks
Take That singles chronology
"The Garden"
"Said It All"
"Hold Up A Light"
Alternative cover
DVD Single

"Said It All" is the fourth single from British group Take That to be taken from their fifth studio album, The Circus. The single was released in the UK on 15 June 2009, where it peaked at number 9 on the UK Singles Chart.

Song information[edit]

"Said It All" was written by band members Gary Barlow, Howard Donald, Jason Orange, Mark Owen and Steve Robson. It was released on 15 June 2009 in the UK.[2] It features Gary Barlow and Mark Owen on lead vocals. The B-Side 'Throwing Stones' has Mark Owen take the lead vocals.

Chart performance[edit]

The single entered the UK Singles Chart at number 74 based on downloads alone, two weeks before the physical release date. "Said It All" peaked at number 9 in its third week on the chart, becoming the band's 18th top 10 single in the UK.[3] In Ireland the song peaked at number 17 the week of the single's release date.

Music video[edit]

The official music video for "Said It All" was premiered on GMTV on Friday 8 May 2009.[2] The video sees the four band members dressed as clowns preparing for a circus performance. It was directed by Lindy Heymann, who has also worked on videos for Faithless and Suede.

The four members did their own unicycle work after heavy preparation.

Track listings[edit]

UK CD Single #1[4]
  1. "Said It All" - 4:15
  2. "Throwing Stones" - 3:19
UK CD Single #2[5]
  1. "Said It All" - 4:15
  2. "Rule The World" (Live) - 5:16
  3. "Julie" (Live) - 4:35
UK DVD Single[6]
  1. "Said It All" (Video) - 3:56
  2. "Said It All" (Making Of The Video)


Chart (2009) Peak
Europe (Hot 100)[7] 33
Ireland (IRMA)[8] 17
UK Airplay (The Official Charts Company)[9] 1
UK Singles (The Official Charts Company)[10] 9

End-of-year charts[edit]

Chart (2009) Position
UK Singles Chart[11] 163

Official Versions[edit]

  • Album Version (4:15)
  • Live at Wembley (4:07)
  • Abbey Road Version (4:17)


External links[edit]