There You'll Be
|"There You'll Be"|
|Single by Faith Hill|
|from the album Pearl Harbor Soundtrack and There You'll Be|
|Label||Hollywood, Warner Bros|
|Producer(s)||Trevor Horn, Byron Gallimore|
|Faith Hill singles chronology|
"There You'll Be" is a romance love song by American country pop recording artist Faith Hill. Written by Diane Warren and produced by Trevor Horn and Byron Gallimore, it was released in May 2001 and was featured on the Pearl Harbor soundtrack. The song was also featured on Hill's greatest hits albums There You'll Be and The Hits.
"There You'll Be" was first offered to Celine Dion, who reportedly turned it down. The song's music video was directed by Michael Bay, who also directed Pearl Harbor. The video was set in the same time period as the film, and drew many parallels. A cover of this song appears in Dance Dance Revolution Extreme.
Released in May 2001, "There You'll Be" reached a peak of #10 on the Billboard Hot 100 in July 2001 due to strong airplay. No commercial CD single was released because producers wanted to boost sales of the Pearl Harbor soundtrack, which forced the song to chart solely on airplay in the United States. The song also reached #11 on the Billboard Country Singles Chart. The song was a big hit on the Adult Contemporary chart, staying at number one for 12 non consecutive weeks. It was also popular in Canada, as it topped the singles chart in August 2001.
It is by far Faith Hill's biggest hit single in the UK to date, debuting and peaking at #3 on the UK Singles Chart in June 2001 and spent 15 weeks inside the Top 75. On September 20, 2008 a contestant called Amy Connelly sang the song in her auditions of The X Factor. Her performance was so moving it reduced the judges to tears and the viewing public liked it so much that it renewed interest in the original Faith Hill rendition of the song and the track re-entered the UK Singles Chart at #10 the very next week based purely on downloads, which gave the song an extra 4 weeks inside the Top 75 giving the song a total of 19 weeks.
It was nominated in 2002 for the Grammy Award for Best Female Pop Vocal Performance, but lost out to "I'm Like a Bird" by singer Nelly Furtado. The song also nominated for an Academy Award for Best Original Song, but also lost to Randy Newman's "If I Didn't Have You" from Disney/Pixar's Monsters, Inc..
|Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)||5|
|Belgium (Ultratop 50 Flanders)||2|
|Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)||5|
|Finland (Suomen virallinen lista)||14|
|Germany (Media Control AG)||8|
|Netherlands (Dutch Top 40)||5|
|New Zealand (Recorded Music NZ)||11|
|Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)||5|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||3|
|US Billboard Hot 100||10|
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||1|
|US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)||14|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||11|
|US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)||23|
|Euro Digital Tracks||20|
|UK Singles (Official Charts Company)||10|
The song reached number 10 in the UK in 2008 from downloads alone. This was due to its exposure on ITV show The X Factor, during 18-year old Amy Connolly's audition, which reduced judge Cheryl Cole to tears. The track was used as background music for the audition.
- Sarah Brightman covered the song in Italian, as "Sarai Qui" on her album Symphony and performed it in English during the Memorial Day Concert.
- Mandopop diva A-mei covered the song and released it as "排山倒海" (Pai Shan Dao Hai) in Asia.
- In 2008, Filipina pop singer Nina covered the song and released her version through her album Nina Sings the Hits of Diane Warren.
- Swedish saxophonist Johan Stengård recorded an instrumental version for his album Cinema.
- Lena Valaitis cover the song in German under the title "Ich lebe für den Augenblick" in 2002.
- A remixed Eurodance cover version of the song was recorded for Dancemania SPEED 8 released in 2002. This version appeared in the Japanese arcade version of DDRMAX2 Dance Dance Revolution 7thMix and the North American version of Dance Dance Revolution EXTREME.
- On June 2, 2004, CeCe Peniston appeared on the NBC network as a contestant of the summer's reality series Hit Me, Baby, One More Time performing "There You'll Be". During each program five former pop stars would sing their biggest hit plus a cover version of one contemporary hit, and every week the winner, picked by the studio audience, would get a donation of $20,000 in their name to a charity of free choice. Peniston competed on the show performing her US dance number one hit "Finally" plus the Faith Hill song; hip hop group Arrested Development went on to win the heat. When asked two years later while being interviewed by online magazine Say What News, the singer would not confirm whether she would record a studio version of "There You'll Be".
- Mary Byrne covered the song in Week 5 of series seven of The X Factor.
- Alexandra Burke and Russell Watson sang the song on The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance on November 10, 2012.
- Julie Anne San Jose, a Filipina singer, made a cover of the song in 2011.
- The 465 CT Transit driver, the Hamden, Connecticut-based Pop/New Age artist, performed an instrumental version during Newark Liberty International Airport's Arrivals Ceremony on September 30, 2013, featuring The Harrison High School Marching Band and The Bethel High School Chorus. His version are featured in his upcoming album, The Bridge, was scheduled to release on December 2013.
- Carolynne Poole performed the song when she was in the bottom 2 on the first live show of the ninth series of The X Factor.
- Lorna Simpson performed the song when she was in the bottom 2 on the first live show of the tenth series of The X Factor.
- Celine Dion Turned Down "There You'll Be" - Stars Who Turned Down Hit Songs - Zimbio
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|Billboard Adult Contemporary number-one single
July 7, 2001 (first run)
July 21 – August 25, 2001 (second run)
September 8–22, 2001 (third run)
October 20, 2001
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