Beautiful Soul (song)

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"Beautiful Soul"
Single by Jesse McCartney
from the album JMac and Beautiful Soul
Released December 12, 2004
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2003–2004
Genre Pop, Teen Pop
Length 3:34 (Album version)
3:16 (Radio edit)
Label Hollywood, Angel Music
Writer(s) Adam Watts, Andy Dodd
Producer(s) Adam Watts, Andy Dodd, Greg Wells
Jesse McCartney singles chronology
"The Second Star to the Right"
(2004)
"Beautiful Soul"
(2004)
"She's No You"
(2005)

"Beautiful Soul" is a song recorded by Jesse McCartney. It was released as his first single and the first single from his debut album, Beautiful Soul at the end of 2004 in North America and Oceania. The single charted in several countries in Europe in 2006, including the UK. It was a number one hit in Australia. It was later certified Gold by in the United States[1] and Platinum in Australia.

On an episode of Celebrity Duets, he sang the song in a duet with U.S. Olympic Gymnast Carly Patterson. McCartney also sang this song in The Suite Life of Zack & Cody in the episode "Rock Star in the House" and on What I Like About You in the episode "The Not-So Simple Life".

It was featured on the soundtracks for That's So Raven, Sydney White, and A Cinderella Story.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "Beautiful Soul" was directed by Marc Webb. The video is heavily influenced by the film Y Tu Mamá También directed by Alfonso Cuarón. The video features several scenes that are lifted from Cuarón's film. [2]

Formats and track listings[edit]

CD 1

  1. "Beautiful Soul" (Single Version) 3:56
  2. "The Stupid Things" (Acoustic Version) 3:37

European CD (Jan 31, 2006)

  1. "Beautiful Soul" (Radio Edit) – 3:16
  2. "Without U" (Single Mix) – 3:11

'CD 2

  1. "Beautiful Soul" (Album Version) 3:34
  2. "Get Your Shine On" (Single Version) 3:12
  3. "Beautiful Soul" (Drew Ferrante Mix) 3:34
  4. "Beautiful Soul" (Video) 3:20

Charts performance[edit]

The song debuted on the Billboard Hot 100 chart of December 11, 2004, at number 72.[3] The song eventually peaked at number 16 on the chart.

Charts[edit]

References[edit]

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  3. ^ Billboard Hot 100
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