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"You"
Single by Schiller with Colbie Caillat
from the album Sehnsucht
Released October 2008
Songwriter(s) Christopher von Deylen, Colbie Caillat
Schiller singles chronology
"Time for Dreams"
(2008)
"You"
(2008)
"Time for Dreams"
(2008)
"You"
(2008)

You is the second single from the reedition of the Schiller album Sehnsucht with lyrics by Colbie Caillat.

Background[edit]

The Song was written in July 2008 in the USA by Christopher von Deylen (Schiller) and Colbie Cailat.

Music video[edit]

The music video for "You" was shot on August 25th, 2008 in Los Angeles at the shore of the Pacific Ocean by german director Marcus Sternberg. It made its world premiere on October 3rd, 2008 on Viva (TV station)VIVA.

The video features Christopher von Deylen, Colbie Caillat and others. In the video Colbie Caillat is shown in front of ram-air inflatable single-line kites and a car and under a pier.

"When You Come Back To Me"
Single by Edyta Górniak
from the album Edyta
Released October 6, 1997
Genre Pop
Length 4:05
Label EMI Music
Songwriter(s) Christopher Paul Pelcer, Nicol Smith, Robert White Johnson
Producer(s) Christopher Neil
Edyta Górniak singles chronology
"To Atlanta"
(1996)
"When You Come Back To Me"
(1997)
"Anything"
(1998)
"To Atlanta"
(1996)
"When You Come Back To Me"
(1997)
"Anything"
(1998)

When You Come Back To Me is a single by Edyta Górniak from the album Edyta.

Background[edit]

The song was written by Christopher Paul Pelcer, Nicol Smith and Robert White Johnson and produced by Christopher Neil.

Tracklisting[edit]

Version 1[edit]

  1. When You Come Back To Me (4:06)
  2. I Don't Know What's On Your Mind (4:00)
  3. Coming Back To Love (4:08)

Version 2[edit]

  1. When You Come Back To Me (4:06)
  2. I Don't Know What's On Your Mind (4:00)

Music video[edit]

The music video for "When You Come Back To Me" was shot in the Queen's House of the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich, London by british director Tim MacMillan.[1][2] It made its world premiere on October 6, 1997 on Polish TV.[3]

The video includes scenes of Edyta Górniak in the Great Hall of the Queen's House and Edyta re-enacting the role of Audrey Hepburn in the movie Breakfast at Tiffany's.[4]

There are two versions of the music video.

Charts[edit]

Chart (2008) Peak
position
Belgium[5] 39
Sweden[5] 23

References[edit]

Edyta Gorniak
Studio album by Edyta Górniak
Released November 7, 1997
(see release history)
Recorded 1996–1997
Genre Pop
Label EMI Music
Producer Christopher Neil
Edyta Górniak chronology
Dotyk
(1995)Dotyk1995
Edyta Gorniak
(1997)
Live '99
(1999)Live '991999
Singles from Edyta Gorniak

Edyta Gorniak is the second studio album and first international album by polish singer Edyta Górniak. It was released in Japan under the name Kiss Me, Feel Me.

Tracklisting[edit]

International version[edit]

  1. Anything
  2. If I Give Myself (Up) To You
  3. Perfect Moment
  4. When You Come Back To Me
  5. Be Good Or Be Gone
  6. One & One
  7. Linger
  8. Soul Boy
  9. I Don't Know What's On Your Mind
  10. The Day I Get Over You
  11. Miles & Miles Away
  12. That's The Way I Feel About You
  13. Gone

Japanese version (Kiss Me, Feel Me)[edit]

  1. One & One
  2. If I Give Myself (Up) To You
  3. Perfect Moment
  4. When You Come Back To Me
  5. Be Good Or Be Gone
  6. Anything
  7. Linger
  8. Soul Boy
  9. I Don't Know What's On Your Mind
  10. The Day I Get Over You
  11. Miles & Miles Away
  12. That's The Way I Feel About You
  13. Gone
  14. Coming Back To Love (Bonus track)
  15. Hunting High & Low (Bonus track)
  16. Under Her Spell (Bonus track)

Release History[edit]

  • Japan: November 7, 1997
  • Poland: November 10, 1997
  • Switzerland: 1998

Charts[edit]

Charts (2008) Peak
position
Finnish Albums Chart 22[1]
Norwegian Albums Chart 13[1]
Swedish Albums Chart 18[1]
Swiss Albums Chart 40[1]

References[edit]

"Let Me Love You"
Single by Schiller with Kim Sanders
from the album Sehnsucht
Released May 16, 2008
Songwriter(s) Christopher von Deylen
Producer(s) Christopher von Deylen
Schiller singles chronology
"Sehnsucht"
(2008)
"Let Me Love You"
(2008)
"Time for Dreams"
(2008)
"Sehnsucht"
(2008)
"Let Me Love You"
(2008)
"Time for Dreams"
(2008)

Let Me Love You is the second single from the Schiller album Sehnsucht with vocals by Kim Sanders.

Background[edit]

The Song was written in July 2008 in the USA by Christopher von Deylen (Schiller) and Colbie Cailat.

Tracklisting[edit]

  1. Let me love you (Video Version)
  2. Let me love you (Instrumental Version)
  3. Let me love you (Schill Out Version)
  4. Wunschtraum (Album Version)

Music videos[edit]

DVD version[edit]

TV version[edit]

The music video for "You" was shot on August 25th, 2008 in Los Angeles at the shore of the Pacific Ocean by german director Marcus Sternberg. It made its world premiere on October 3rd, 2008 on Viva (TV station)VIVA.

The video features Christopher von Deylen, Colbie Caillat and others. In the video Colbie Caillat is shown in front of ram-air inflatable single-line kites and a car and under a pier.

hong kong


sehnsucht Hermannplatz (Berlin U-Bahn)

Location of the music video

The music video for "Sehnsucht" was shot in Berlin in the underground station “Hermannplatz” in Neukölln. The video was directed by german director Marcus Sternberg. It's altogether the 10th music video directed by him for Schiller.

The Sehnsucht music video features german actress Anna Maria Mühe and Christopher von Deylen. Anna Maria Mühe who also appears as a guest on the 2008 Schiller album Sehnsucht, plays an angel (“The angel of desire”) who isn't visible for the people, but like to touch, kiss and smile at them. While she walks through the subway and the station she meets various people, like a flower seller, a woman in an angel costume and people of various subcultures.