Love Foolosophy

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"Love Foolosophy"
Love Foolosophy single cover.jpg
Single by Jamiroquai
from the album A Funk Odyssey
B-side"Love Foolosophy" (remix)
Released25 February 2002 (2002-02-25)
Format
  • CD
  • cassette
  • DVD single
Genre
Length3:45
LabelSony Soho Square
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s)Rick Pope
Jamiroquai singles chronology
"You Give Me Something"
(2001)
"Love Foolosophy"
(2002)
"Corner of the Earth"
(2002)

"Love Foolosophy" is the third single from British funk/acid jazz band Jamiroquai's fifth studio album, A Funk Odyssey.

The song was written by Jason Kay and Toby Smith. The song's title is a play on words, using a makeshift homonym for "Philosophy" to imply that the singer is a fool for love, as it were.

The song peaked at number 14 on the UK Singles Chart. This song was also used in the credits for the unaired English pilot for Code Lyoko. The video features a man (Jay Kay), and his girlfriend (Heidi Klum), driving in a car, and having a party in a garden of Jay Kay's mansion with other women. The garden is also featured in the video for "Seven Days in Sunny June".

Track listings[edit]

CD Single[1]
  1. "Love Foolosophy" – 3:47
  2. "Love Foolosophy (Knee Deep Re-Edit)" – 8:28
  3. "Love Foolosophy (Twin Club Mix)" – 7:42
  4. "Love Foolosophy (Video)" – 3:46
12" Single[2]
  1. "Love Foolosophy (Bini & Martini Ocean Remix)" – 7:14
  2. "Little L (Blaze Shelter Mix)" – 6:18
  3. "Love Foolosophy (Bini's Ocean Dub)" – 8:02
2006 Digital EP[3]
  1. "Love Foolosophy (Raul Rincon Remix)" – 7:43
  2. "Love Foolosophy (Knee Deep's Re-Edit)" – 8:27
  3. "Love Foolosophy (Lotties Missdemeanours Vocal Remix)" – 7:14
  4. "Love Foolosophy (Raul Rincon Dub)" – 7:43

Official Remixes[edit]

Charts[edit]

Chart (2002) Peak
position
Australia (ARIA)[4] 19
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[5] 9
Belgium (Ultratip Wallonia)[6] 4
Germany (Official German Charts)[7] 82
Ireland (IRMA)[8] 35
Italy (FIMI)[9] 14
Netherlands (Single Top 100)[10] 85
Scotland (Official Charts Company)[11] 12
Spain (PROMUSICAE)[12] 19
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[13] 32
UK Singles (Official Charts Company)[14] 14

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