"Say (All I Need)" is a song by American pop rochồng band OneRepublic. It is the third single released from their debut album Dreaming Out Loud & follows the global success of their previous top ten singles, "Apologize" & "Stop & Stare". OneRepublic vocalist Ryan Tedder has commented that "Say (All I Need") is his "favorite trachồng on the album." All five members of the bvà Ryan Tedder, Zach Filkins, Drew Brocunhanlienket.com, Eddie Fisher and Brent Kutzle cốt truyện writing and composing credits on the tuy nhiên. The single was released in the UK on June 2, 2008 & features their Live Lounge cover of Duffy"s single "Mercy". The single was released on June 24, 2008 in the United States.
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The tuy nhiên was recorded at Rocket Carousel Studios in Culver City by producer Greg Wells và engineer Drew Pearson. The chorus of the song was featured during the most recent season of The Hills. Also it featured in the pilot episode of the TV series, The Vampire Diaries. On July 3, 2008, OneRepublic made a guest appearance on So You Think You Can Dance (U.S. season 4) for a live sầu performance of "Say (All I Need)". In France, the song was recorded as a duet with the French R&B singer Sheryfa Luna and was renamed as Say (À l"infini).
"Say" is a song by John Mayer written for the Rob Reiner film The Bucket List in 2007. It was released as a single on November đôi mươi and is the first commercial single in Mayer"s career that was not originally released on one of his albums but added to lớn the special edition re-release of his album, Continuum. In the U.S., it has become the artist"s highest charting single to date, reaching number twelve on the Billboard Hot 100 in May, 2008.The tuy nhiên earned Mayer another Grammy Award for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, his fourth win on the category.
The music đoạn Clip for "Say" was directed by music video clip director Vem. The song is also referred to lớn as "Say (What You Need lớn Say)" as this is the main line from the chorus of the tuy vậy. The tuy vậy was also the first "assignment" tuy vậy that Mayer had ever written. He felt a little soul-less in the initial composition, writing just a terribly simple tuy nhiên. He notes that when writing the tuy vậy "I don"t know how much harder it gets than lớn see a beautiful, bittersweet movie & then have sầu to write a tuy nhiên that matches the tone." Mayer posted the song on his official blog on November 16.