Save Tonight - Eagle-Eye Cherry
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"Save Tonight" is a rock single written by Eagle-Eye Cherry for his 1997 debut album Desireless. The song is the album's opening track, and was released as its first single, reaching #3 in Ireland, #5 in the USA, #6 in the UK and #2 in Cherry's native Sweden. It is considered to be his signature song. It was featured on the video games Karaoke Revolution and American Idol and was featured in the movie A Lot Like Love. Music video - - - - The monochrome video for the song features Cherry playing different characters and seeing the story from different perspectives. At first, he is a man getting ready for a date by buying some roses and a bottle of wine at a deli. He then tells the butcher "goodbye" and the camera reveals that the butcher is in fact Cherry himself. A robber wearing a ski mask then comes along and takes the money out of the cash register. As he leaves, however, he is run over by a van, and as bystanders help him up, he is revealed to be Cherry, as is the driver in the van. Another Cherry is seen playing a guitar and another is a bum on the street. The "first" Cherry appears once again at the end of the video, apparently walking to his date's place. 1998 Chart Peak position ____________________ Austrian Singles Chart - #17 Belgian Singles Chart - # 9 Dutch Mega Singles Top 100 - # 9 French Singles Chart - # 11 German Singles Chart - # 18 Irish Singles Chart - #3 New Zealand RIANZ Singles Charts - # 35 Norwegian Singles Chart - # 9 Swedish Top 100 Singles - # 2 Swiss Singles Chart - # 7 UK Top 75 Singles - # 6 U.S. Billboard Adult Top 40 - # 3 U.S. Billboard Modern Rock Tracks - # 8 U.S. Billboard Hot 100 - # 5 U.S. Billboard Top 40 Mainstream - # 1 U.S. Billboard Top 40 Tracks - # 1 U.S. Billboard Adult Recurrents - # 1 1999 - End of year chart Position U.S. Billboard Hot 100 - #22
Eagle-Eye Lanoo Cherry (born 7 May 1968 in Scania, Sweden) is a Swedish singer-songwriter known best for his hit "Save Tonight", the lead single from his 1997 debut album, 'Desireless'. Cherry comes from a musical family that includes sister Neneh Cherry, father Don Cherry and half-sister on his Swedish side Titiyo. Soon after he was born, he moved to New York with his father, where he began acting and playing music. After Don Cherry's death in 1995, Eagle-Eye moved to Stockholm with his girlfriend, and he began to focus on songwriting. Show more ...
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