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"(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You" is the sixth and final single released from 'N Sync's self-titled debut album. While the previous singles were released in Europe, this one was not, and subsequently only charted in Australia and the U.S., reaching #46 and #8 respectively. The single included a live version of Christopher Cross song "Sailing", as well as a limited edition postcard. Some versions of the single included the track's video.
It was the first song by the group to enter the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100.
- 2 Track listings
- 3 Chart positions
- 4 Alabama version
- 5 References
- 6 External links
The video was directed by Lionel C. Martin. The video shows the band performing around one single mike, while showing footage of a mother and child, from birthright up to old age, including childhood memories, going to war, and coming home. All the footage of the mother and child is in black and white, whereas most of the footage of Nsync is in full color.
- "God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You" (remix)
- "Sailing" (live version)
- "God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You" (video)
- "Interview" (video)
- "(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You" (single version)
- "Sad Lookin' Moon"
|"God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You"|
|Single by Alabama featuring 'N Sync|
|from the album Twentieth Century|
|B-side||"Sad Lookin' Moon"|
|Released||April 26, 1999|
|Writer(s)||Carl Sturken, Evan Rogers|
|Producer(s)||Don Cook and Alabama|
In 1999, country music band Alabama recorded the song with a backing vocal from 'N Sync, and released it as a single from their eighteenth studio album, Twentieth Century. This version peaked at number three on the Billboard country singles charts and at 29 on the Billboard Hot 100. The song was the only country chart entry for 'N Sync. The song was later included as the B-side to Alabama's next single, "Small Stuff."
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||1|
|US BillboardHot 100||29|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||3|
|End-of-year chart (1999)||Position|
|Canada Country Tracks (RPM)||8|
|US BillboardHot 100||100|
|US Hot Country Songs (Billboard)||14|
|Preceded by||RPM Country Tracks
number-one single (Alabama/'N Sync version) August 23, 1999