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Stillness of Heart

"Stillness of Heart"
Released January 29, 2002
Format CD Single
Genre Rock
Length 4:14
Label Virgin Records America
Writer(s) Lenny Kravitz, Craig Ross
Producer Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz singles chronology

"Dig In"
"Stillness of Heart"
"Believe in Me"

"Stillness of Heart", released on January 29, 2002, is a song written by Lenny Kravitz and Craig Ross, released on Kravitz's 2001 album Lenny. The song charted at #38 on the US Modern Rock charts, #44 on the UK Singles Chart and #22 on Canada's Singles Chart.

Chart performance

The single entered at many European charts, while was more successful than the lead-single "Dig In", in Austria, where it peaked at number fifty-one. Elsewhere in other countries, it was least successful than "Dig In", but it reached the top-twenty on the Italian Singles Chart.[1]


Chart (2001) Peak
Austria (Ö3 Austria Top 40)[1] 51
Canadian Singles Chart[2] 22
France (SNEP)[1] 83
Italy (FIMI)[1] 16
New Zealand (RIANZ)[1] 84
Switzerland (Schweizer Hitparade)[1] 31
US Adult Pop Songs (Billboard)[3] 18
US Alternative Songs (Billboard)[3] 38
UK Singles Chart[4] 44


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