Way Back into Love

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"Way Back into Love"
Single by Hugh Grant, Drew Barrymore and Haley Bennett
from the album Music and Lyrics: Music from the Motion Picture
Released February 13, 2007 (movie OST)
Format digital download
Recorded 2006
Genre Pop
Length 4:39 (Original version)
3:52 (demo version)
Label Atlantic Records
Songwriter(s) Adam Schlesinger

"Way Back into Love" is a Pop song, written by Adam Schlesinger, from the 2007 film Music and Lyrics. There are two versions: a demo version sung by Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore and the final version sung by Hugh Grant and Haley Bennett. It was used as the love theme in the film, much of whose plot revolves around the writing and arranging of the song.

Music video[edit]

Its music video features Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore singing the demo version. It also shows some clips from the movie.

Charts[edit]

Despite the fact that the song was not released as a single, it has managed to get onto the music charts in some Asian countries.

Chart (2007) Peak
position
South Korea Airplay Chart[1] 11

Covers[edit]

  • Artist Kirk Johnston released a licensed remake of the duet featuring his wife Kari Johnston on the EP "Full Circle" produced by Mark Younger-Smith (Billy Idol, Charmed Life) in Smithville Texas in 2014 and again on the Deluxe LP in 2016. The song is available worldwide for digital download on iTunes & Amazon Music ,CD Baby and streaming on Spotify.
  • A Mandarin-Chinese version, titled "K歌情人 (K gē qíngrén)" was sung by Fish Leong and Victor Wong, included in Leong's EP 幸福的抉擇 I do?.
  • A Korean version released in July 2008 was sung by Kim Jong Wook and Solbi, retitled "그대에게 바래요 (Geudaeege balaeyo)".
  • Kyuhyun of South Korean boy band Super Junior and Seohyun of South Korean girl group Girls' Generation covered the song in English as a duet performance on the SMTown Live '10 World Tour.
  • A Brazilian version "De Volta Pro Amor" was sung by Yahoo and Olivia Heringer.
  • An Afrikaans version "Het Jy Dalk Die Sleutel" was sung by Pieter Koen and Amor Vittone and appeared on their albums 3 Susters and Glo Altyd aan More respectively.
  • Korean singers Yoo Seung-woo and Park Bo-ram covered the song in English as a special performance for Mnet M! Countdown's 2014 Year-End Special episode.

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