Say It Again (Marié Digby song)

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"Say It Again"
Say It Again cover.jpg
Single by Marié Digby
from the album Unfold
Released United States January 18, 2008 (Radio)
United States February 19, 2008 (Download)
Format CD single, digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop rock
Length 3:42
Label Hollywood
Songwriter(s) Marié Digby, Jim Dyke, Marc Nelkin, Eric Sanicola
Marié Digby singles chronology
"Bring Me Love"
(2007)
"Say It Again"
(2008)
"Stupid For You"
(2008)
"Bring Me Love"
(2007)
"Say It Again"
(2008)
"Stupid For You"
(2008)

"Say It Again" is the first single of Marie Digby's debut album Unfold. It was released to radio on January 18, 2008, and on iTunes on February 19, 2008. The song was promoted by its appearance on television series Smallville and by the creation of three music videos.

Music video[edit]

Three music videos have been made for the song.

The first video was filmed by Digby's sisters and a friend. It features her singing and playing the guitar on Venice Beach. The video was first released via Digby's YouTube channel on June 22, 2007, but not made public until Jan 25, 2008.

The second video, released only in some parts of Asia, featured Digby performing the song acoustically in Capitol Studio.

The third and official video premiered on Digby's YouTube channel on May 22, 2008. It shows her in what is presumably a movie studio, with different backdrops and props appearing behind her while she sings, plays her guitar and plays the piano. In the video's description, Digby states:

It can be watched here on YouTube.

Track listing[edit]

Promo CD single[edit]

  1. "Say It Again" – 3:44

Other version[edit]

  1. "Say It Again (Acoustic)" – 3:34

Promotion[edit]

"Say It Again" was featured in some episodes of Smallville. The song is the closing theme for season 7, episode 12, "Fracture". In a later episode, it is revealed that the song is the favourite of Kara.

Charts[edit]

Chart Peak
position
U.S. Billboard Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks 21
Japan Hot 100[1] 7

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