I love this song, and I miss it!! I've only recently started listening to it again, after quite a while. It proves to me that it is a timeless classic! This is just so beautiful and sad at the same time. I love the video clip.. I can definitely relate to this song.
I love the words: "And I can't stop carin' about About the apple of my eye And I can't stop doin' without Without the center of my life" "And I can't stop doin' without Without the rythm of my heart No I can't stop doin' without For I would surely fall apart" Simply beautiful and breath-taking. The words are poetic. There's a sense of innocence I get when I hear this song. It's such a vulnerable song and that makes it so beautiful. Probably an underrated song, unfortunately. I treasure this song in my heart, and will forever. No Replies Log in to reply.
There was an error. General Comment I'm not a huuuge fan of this type of music, but I make a few exceptions. Like Toni Braxton.
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In Australia , the song debuted at number 47 on the ARIA Charts , on March 20, , and reached number 2 on May 1, , remaining at the same position for two further weeks. In its eighth week, the song climbed to number 2, becoming its peak position. The song is also Braxton's best single ever on the New Zealand charts. In Zimbabwe the song was voted as the best song of the year at the end of year music chart and was the most played song of the same year. The accompanying music video , directed by Randee St.
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Nicholas, was filmed in England and is set in black-and-white format. The concept was Braxton running through a maze, clearing her thoughts of a special kind of love. The Video Collection ", two other versions of the video are also featured: the "European version" and the "Spanish version".
Nicholas, the director, didn't like the maze part, she said it looked like piles of dirt, instead of these beautiful green [ In , contemporary jazz guitarist Chuck Loeb presented his version from the album The Music Inside. In , Sweet Tea covered the song on the compilation album Reggae Gold From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
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