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Summer Sunshine

"Summer Sunshine"
Single by The Corrs
from the album Borrowed Heaven
Released 17 May 2004 (UK)
Format CD single, Enhanced CD
Genre Folk rock · Pop rock
Length 2:55
Label Atlantic
Writer(s) The Corrs
Producer(s) Tim Summerhayes
The Corrs singles chronology
"When the Stars Go Blue"
(2002)
"Summer Sunshine"
(2004)
"Angel"
(2004)

"Summer Sunshine" is a single by Irish band The Corrs, released in May 2004. It is the opening track from the album Borrowed Heaven. The music video was directed by Kevin Godley.

Contents

  • Track listing 1
  • Music video 2
  • Charts 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Track listing

  • Sweden, UK, Europe CD
  1. "Summer Sunshine"
  2. "Summer Sunshine (Acoustic)"
  • US Vinyl Promo
  1. "Summer Sunshine (Fernando Garibay Extended Mix)" – 10:40
  2. "Summer Sunshine (Ford Club Mix)" – 8:15
  3. "Summer Sunshine (Ford Dub Mix)" – 6:42
  4. "Summer Sunshine (Global Club Mix)" – 8:09
  5. "Summer Sunshine (Fernando Garibay Acapella)" – 3:02
  6. "Summer Sunshine (Ford Break Mix)" – 8:14
  7. "Summer Sunshine (Ford Synthapella)" – 6:45
  • UK, Europe CD (Limited)
  1. "Summer Sunshine"
  2. "Summer Sunshine (Acoustic)"
  3. "Summer Sunshine (Ford Remix)"
  4. "Summer Sunshine (Video)"
  5. "Silver Strand (Acoustic)
  6. "Behind The Scenes At The Video"

Music video

Shot in London on 15 and 16 March 2004, the video portrays a couple inside a dark house, which the Corrs are tearing down. The house is eventually reduced to ruins but the couple emerge from it, safe and in the sunshine.

Charts

Chart Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart[1] 13
Austria Top 40[1] 42
Belgium Singles Top 50[1] 46
German Singles Chart[1] 49
Irish Singles Chart[1] 12
Italian Singles Chart[1] 20
Netherlands Mega Single Top 100[1] 29
New Zealand Singles Chart[1] 30
Spanish Singles Chart[2] 2
Swiss Singles Chart[1] 32
UK Singles Chart[1] 6
U.S. Adult Contemporary[3] 29
U.S. Adult Top 40[3] 32

References

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j acharts
  2. ^ http://www.promusicae.es/listassemanales/singles/historial/TOP%2020%20SINGLES%20Y%20MAXISINGLES%2004_20.pdf
  3. ^ a b All Music

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