Where the Lost Ones Go

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"Where the Lost Ones Go"
Single by Sissel
from the album All Good Things
Released 2001 (2001)
Format CD
Genre Pop rock
Label Universal
Writer(s) Espen Lind
Magnus Rostandmo

"Where the Lost Ones Go" is a single from Norwegian singer Sissel's All Good Things album, released in 2001 (See 2001 in music). It is a duet with Espen Lind, written by Espen Lind and Magnus Rostadmo. It also appeared on Espen Lind's This Is Pop Music album. The single spent five weeks on the Netherlands charts.[1]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Where the Lost Ones Go"
  2. "One Day"
  3. "He's a Lot"
  4. "Where the Lost Ones Go" (Instrumental)

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (2001) Peak
Norway 26
Netherlands[1] 90

Sarah Brightman version[edit]

"I Will Be with You (Where the Lost Ones Go)"
Single by Sarah Brightman
from the album Symphony
Released July 16, 2007 (2007-07-16)
Format CD
Genre Pop rock
Length 4:34
Label Angel Records
Writer(s) Espen Lind
Magnus Rostandmo
Amund Bjorklund[2]
Producer(s) Frank Peterson
Sarah Brightman singles chronology
"Snow on the Sahara"
"I Will Be with You"
Sarah Brightman & Chris Thompson chronology
"How Can Heaven Love Me"
"I Will Be with You"

"I Will Be with You (Where the Lost Ones Go)" is a duet by Sarah Brightman and Chris Thompson; Written by Espen Lind, Magnus Rostadmo and Amund Bjorklund. The single was released on July 16, 2007 (See 2007 in music). The song was used as the official theme song for the Japanese version of the tenth Pokémon film The Rise of Darkrai. It was also used in her Symphony concert DVD.

The album version of the song, featuring Paul Stanley, from KISS, instead of Chris Thompson, can be found on Symphony. "I Will Be with You (Where the Lost Ones Go)" is the second duet between Brightman and Thompson; the first being "How Can Heaven Love Me" which featured on Brightman's album Fly.

The Polish edition of the album features the song as a duet with Andrzej Lampert; again the song is the same, but with new male vocal. It was the first time that Brightman agreed to record a bonus track with a local artist[citation needed].

There is also a Russian version recorded with Sergey Penkin.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "I Will Be with You (Where the Lost Ones Go)" (Movie version) - 4:34
  2. "I Will Be with You (Where the Lost Ones Go)" (Movie version) (Instrumental) - 4:34


Chart (2007) Peak
Japan (Oricon)[3] 98

Other covers[edit]

Garðar Thór Cortes covered the song on the UK version of his album, Cortes, featuring Katherine Jenkins.


  1. ^ a b "Where The Lost Ones Go". Norwegiancharts.com. Retrieved 2008-01-31. 
  2. ^ "I Will Be With You (Where the Lost Ones Go)". Sarah-Brightman.com. Retrieved 2008-02-01. 
  3. ^ "Oricon - Sarah Brightman – "I Will Be with You (Where the Lost Ones Go)"" (in Japanese). Oricon.