Long Night (song)

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This article is about the song by The Corrs. For the song by Eddy Grant, see Reparation (album).
"Long Night"
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Single by The Corrs
from the album Borrowed Heaven
A-side Long Night
B-side Hideaway (acoustic)
Released 6 December 2004 (UK)
Format CD single, Enhanced CD
Genre Pop
Length 3:47
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) The Corrs
Producer(s) Olle Romo
The Corrs singles chronology
"Angel"
(2004)
"Long Night"
(2004)
"Heart Like A Wheel"/"Old Town"
(2005)

"Long Night" is a single by The Corrs, released in 2004, taken from their fourth studio album Borrowed Heaven. The song was written by Sharon Corr. Even though it was not a very successful single around Europe or the U.S., it reached #4 in Brazil and remained on Top 10 for weeks, after its use on a famous prime time national soap opera Senhora do Destino.

Track listing[edit]

  • UK, Europe, Ireland CD (Limited)
  1. "Long Night"
  2. "Hideaway (Acoustic)"
  3. "Long Night (Video)"
  4. "Long Night (On The Road Video)"
  5. "Making Of The Video"
  • UK, Europe CD 1 (Limited)
  1. "Long Night (Radio Edit)"
  2. "Long Night (Acoustic)"
  • UK, Europe CD 2 (Limited)
  1. "Long Night"
  2. "Hideaway (Acoustic)"
  3. "Long Night (Enhanced Video)"
  4. "Long Night 'On The Road' (Enhanced Footage)"
  5. "Making Of' the Video(Enhanced Footage)"

Video[edit]

The video for "Long Night" only features Andrea and, very shortly, Sharon during her violin solo. Apart from that, we see different versions of Andrea moving backwards through a love affair with a young man. It was shot on October 29, 2004.

The location for the video shooting was Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire (north of London), which was built in the 18th century and is still open for public today. You can spot a picture of the entrance hall here.

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart[1] 86
Austria Top 40[2] 48
German Singles Chart[3] 40
Irish Singles Chart[2] 31
New Zealand Singles Chart[2] 36
UK Singles Chart[2] 31

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ryan, Gavin (2011). Australia's Music Charts 1988-2010. Mt. Martha, VIC, Australia: Moonlight Publishing. 
  2. ^ a b c d acharts
  3. ^ German Charts

External links[edit]