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So Young (The Corrs song)


So Young (The Corrs song)

"So Young"
B-side "Forgiven, Not Forgotten", "Haste to the Wedding"
Released October 1998
Format CD single
Recorded 1997
Genre Irish rock
Length 4:12
Label Atlantic/143/Lava
The Corrs singles chronology

"So Young"
"Runaway (Remix)"

"So Young" is a song by the Irish folk rock band The Corrs from their album Talk on Corners, written by Sharon Corr. It is a song about her parents, Jean and Gerry Corr, who she believed were 'forever young'.[1] The song, released as a single, reached number 29 on the Republic of Ireland pop music charts and number 6 in the United Kingdom. The band initially had to fight with their label to include the song on the album, a decision vindicated by its popularity.

Track listing

  • CD
  1. "So Young" (K-Klass remix) – 4:12
  2. "Forgiven, Not Forgotten" – 4:15
  3. "Haste to the Wedding" (acoustic) – 3:00
  • Live at Albert Hall EP
  1. "So Young" (live) – 4:27
  2. "When He's Not Around" (live) – 5:13
  3. "Joy of Life" (live) – 4:44
  4. "So Young" (enhanced live video) – 4:30

Music video

This video was shot in Chicago as the Corrs were on tour in the US at that time (21 October 1998). Lots of shooting took place in and around the Flamingo Building. The structure that gives the building its name is 53 feet high and was designed by Alexander Calder in 1974. The Corrs are standing on the top of the Flamingo Building throwing paper planes into the windy air.


Chart Peak
French Singles Chart[2] 76
German Singles Chart[3] 80
Irish Singles Chart[4] 29
Netherlands Mega Single Top 100[5] 63
UK Singles Chart[6] 6


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