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If You Can't Say No

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If You Can't Say No

"If You Can't Say No"
5
Released April 21, 1998
Format CD single
Maxi single
Promo
Genre Rock
Trip hop
Length 5:17
Label Virgin America
Writer(s) Lenny Kravitz
Producer Lenny Kravitz
Lenny Kravitz singles chronology

"Circus"
(1995)
"If You Can't Say No"
(1998)
"Thinking of You"
(1998)

"If You Can't Say No" is a song by Lenny Kravitz, released as the first single from his album 5. The song was written by Kravitz and reached #48 in the UK Singles Chart, while in the US, it peaked at #39 on the Billboard Mainstream Rock Tracks chart. Dance producer Brian Transeau remixed the track. All instruments were performed by Kravitz.

Music video

The music video for this song was directed by Mark Romanek. It consists of Kravitz performing in a futuristic blue room, while he is being illuminated by a floating lamp. Supermodel/actress Milla Jovovich made a notable appearance in the video as Lenny's girlfriend. The music video won an award for Best Art Direction at the 8th Annual MVPA Awards in 1999.

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