Love Your Way
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|"Love Your Way"|
|Single by Powderfinger|
|from the album Vulture Street|
|Released||Australia 25 May 2004|
|Recorded||Sing Sing Studios, Melbourne|
|Songwriter(s)||Jon Coghill, John Collins, Bernard Fanning, Ian Haug, Darren Middleton|
|Powderfinger singles chronology|
The album's artwork is a high contrast colour painting of the Australian Outback with a photograph of a girl in a bikini walking a dog pasted onto it. The girl is desaturated and the ground is colourised to bright fuchsia.
The music video for "Love Your Way" was directed by Scott Walton of Fifty Fifty Films, and features Bernard Fanning and Darren Middleton in a fencing match. At the end of the second chorus, the other band members appear in fencing uniforms and are defeated by Fanning. At the end of the song, Fanning throws his fencing mask down at Middleton, concluding the match.
- "Love Your Way" - 4:22
- "Rocket Reducer No. 62 (Rama Lama Fa Fa Fa)" - 4:25
- "Hard Luck Dave" - 3:17
- "City Hum" ("Love Your Way" Demo) - 4:19
- Enhanced content CD
- "Love Your Way"
- "Morning Sun"
- "Number of the Beast"
- Enhanced content:
- "Love Your Way" (video)
- Photo gallery
This audio sample indicates the chorus and part of a verse of the song.
20 second sample from Powderfinger's "Love Your Way"
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