Music video by Candy Apple Blue featuring Nick Bramlett performing When You Decide to Love Someone (Juno Dreams Remix). © & ℗ 2015 Mrix Muzik Records ©2015 A Fading Brunette™ Film.
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Artist: Candy Apple Blue
Song: When You Decide to Love Someone (ft. Nick Bramlett)
Digital Maxi-Single now available.
Taken from the forthcoming album, "Powers Activate!"
Special remix by Juno Dreams
Alexander Storm Mgmt.
© & ℗ 2015 Mrix Muzik Records
Arranged, produced, engineered,
mixed and mastered by Juno Dreams
Music video shot, directed & edited by Carly Emerick.
A Fading Brunette™ Film, LLC.
Shot Saturday, February 13th, 2016 on location in Sewickley, Pennsylvania
Theme: A simplistic homemade video of Nick at home, demonstrating loneliness and yearning for the one he loves.
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Candy Apple Blue:
“When You Decide to Love Someone”
© 2015, 2001 MRIX MUZIK (ASCAP)
All Rights Reserved. Words & Music by
Carly Emerick and Hoyt Emerick
You're like the sun hidden behind the clouds
Your every move is cool and I'm somehow
captured by magic when I look in your eyes
If I could tear down all the walls you built
Let a little light down on your window seal
then maybe you would see it's worth a try
When you decide to love someone
the moon will shine and the sun will come
When you decide to love someone I know
they'll never let you go
If you get restless when the night gets cold,
Feeling a little lonely for someone to hold
And some unknown feeling takes you by surprise
I'll be there to lend an ear
You can tell me all your fears
And all the clouds will clear right out of the sky
Our time here is fleeting, fighting the fears from day to day
But the demons and the ghosts will go away...
Ad-lib: I'll never let you go
The song presented here is protected by copyright © under the law (title 17, US Code) and is exclusively owned by ASCAP & Harry Fox Agency affiliates MRIX MUZIK Publishing.
Contents: Synthpop, New Retro, Retrowave, Synthwave, 80s
#CandyAppleBlue #JunoDreams #synthpop #80s #popsong
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