Breathe (Michelle Branch song)
|Single by Michelle Branch|
|from the album Hotel Paper|
|Released||September 23, 2003|
|Writer(s)||Michelle Branch, John Shanks|
|Michelle Branch singles chronology|
"Breathe" is a song co-written and recorded by Michelle Branch. It was released in September 2003 as the second single from her album, Hotel Paper. It hit the number-one spot in Indonesia. It peaked at number thirty-six on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100, a lower position than that of the album's previous single, "Are You Happy Now?". "Breathe" appeared on other Billboard charts. It is her first single to have dance remixes, all of which have been released on a single CD.
Branch is playing with her band inside a house. Bit by bit, the house, as well as everything in it, begins to dissolve, revealing a sunny beach outside. Eventually, Branch tosses her guitar out to sea and she and her band finish playing at the beach.
European/Australian CD Single
- Breathe (Album Version)
- Breathe (Chris Cox Penetrating Club Mix)
- Breathe (High Bias Radio Mix)
- Breathe (The Passengers Tuff Club)
- Breathe (Dave Hernandez Club Mix)
|US Billboard Hot 100||36|
|US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard)||18|
|US Adult Contemporary (Billboard)||27|
|US Adult Top 40 (Billboard)||13|
In popular culture
- "Breathe" is featured in a trailer for the 2007 film, P.S. I Love You and also for the films also appeared in the trailers for Sex and the City, The Prince and Me, and 13 Going On 30.
- "Breathe" is featured on an episode of MTV's The Girls of Hedsor Hall and the Sex and the City episode, "The Catch".
- "Breathe: Michelle Branch: Music". Amazon.com. Retrieved 2012-02-08.
- "Australian-charts.com – Michelle Branch – Breathe". ARIA Top 50 Singles.
- "Michelle Branch – Chart history" Billboard Hot 100 for Michelle Branch.
- "Michelle Branch – Chart history" Billboard Pop Songs for Michelle Branch.
- "Michelle Branch – Chart history" Billboard Adult Contemporary for Michelle Branch.
- "Michelle Branch – Chart history" Billboard Adult Pop Songs for Michelle Branch.
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