All the Love in the World (The Corrs song)

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"All the Love in the World"
Single by The Corrs
from the album In Blue
B-side"All in a Day" (Live at Wembley)
ReleasedJune 2001
FormatPromotional single
Length4:22 (album version)
3:55 ("Mutt" Lange remix)
LabelWEA International
Producer(s)Robert John "Mutt" Lange
The Corrs singles chronology
"Give Me a Reason"
"All the Love in the World"
"Would You Be Happier"

"All the Love in the World" is a song by Irish pop rock group The Corrs, taken from their third studio album In Blue (2000). It was released in 2001, as a promotional single to the 2001 romantic comedy film America's Sweethearts. The song was written by The Corrs, while it was co-written and produced by Robert John "Mutt" Lange. "All the Love in the World" is a soft rock ballad about desiring lifelong love. Critics were divided with the song; some picked it as one of the best tracks on the album, but others felt it was banal and weak.

Background and release[edit]

"All the Love in the World" was originally included on their third studio album, "In Blue" (2000).[1] The song was later included on the soundtrack of the 2001 romantic comedy film America's Sweethearts, starring Julia Roberts, Catherine Zeta-Jones and John Cusack.[2] It was released as a promotional single to the film, with a remix version being available in its soundtrack[2] and in a promotional single (which includes the album version, as well),[3] and with a music video with scenes of the film being released to further promote it.[4]

"All the Love in the World" was written by The Corrs (Andrea, Caroline, Sharon and Jim), while Robert John "Mutt" Lange co-wrote and produced the song.[5] The pop ballad talks about desiring lifelong love.[6] The remix version was included on their compilation album, "Best of The Corrs" (2001).[7]


Critical response[edit]

The song received mixed reviews from music critics. Steven McDonald of Allmusic picked the song as one of the best tracks on "In Blue" and the "America's Sweethearts Soundtrack.[1][2] For Lydia Vanderloo of Barnes & Nobles, "Songs such as the soft-rock ballad 'All the Love in the World' use the subtle, graceful strains of these lovely instruments without throwing their finely calibrated pop songs out of whack."[8] Kevin Oliver of PopMatters commented, "Lange's heavy hand is evident in Spice Girls-lite balladry like, 'All the Love in the World'."[9]

David Browne of Entertainment Weekly was negative, calling the song "banal," comparing the song to "adult contemporary radio fodder that feels very 1991," citing that the song "is awaiting Celine Dion's return."[10] Jane Stevenson of Jam! considered "All the Love in the World," "one of the album's weaker songs."[11]

Commercial performance[edit]

"All the Love in the World" spent 8 weeks on the US Adult Contemporary chart, reaching number 24, as its peak position.[12]

Music video[edit]

The music video featured the band members as actors in different movie sets. Footage from the America's Sweethearts' movie were also shown.

Track listing[edit]

Promo CD'[13]

  1. All The Love in the World (Robert John "Mutt" Lange remix) - 3:55
  2. All in a Day (live at Wembley) - 4:06
  3. All The Love in the World (live at Wembley) - 4:34


Chart Peak
US Billboard Adult Contemporary[12] 24


  1. ^ a b "In Blue - The Corrs : AllMusic". AllMusic. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
  2. ^ a b c "America's Sweethearts - Original Soundtrack : AllMusic". AllMusic. 17 July 2001. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  3. ^ "The Corrs - ll The Love In The World - Promo CD Single". Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  4. ^ "The Corrs - All The Love In The World". YouTube. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  5. ^ In Blue (inlay cover). The Corrs. Atlantic Records 143 Records. 2000. p. iTunes Digital Booklet.
  6. ^ "The Corrs | In Blue | Album Review". Plugged In. Archived from the original on 12 March 2014. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
  7. ^ "Irresistible - The Corrs". Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  8. ^ "In Blye by Atlantic, The Corrs | Barnes & Noble". Barnes & Noble. 12 September 2000. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  9. ^ Oliver, Kevin. "The Corrs: In Blue | PopMatters". PopMatters. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  10. ^ Browne, David (11 September 2000). "In Blue Review |". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  11. ^ Stevenson, Jane (23 July 2000). "Album Review: The Corrs - IN BLUE". Jam!. Retrieved 11 May 2013.
  12. ^ a b "The Corrs - Chart History - Billboard". Retrieved 12 May 2013.
  13. ^ "Corrs, The – All The Love In The World". Discogs. Retrieved 12 May 2013.

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