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"This I Promise You" is a ballad by 'N Sync, released as the third single in the United States and the fourth single in Europe from their second studio album, No Strings Attached, in 2000. The song was composed by pop singer Richard Marx, who would later record the song twice, first for the Japanese release of his album Days in Avalon similar to the 'N Sync version, and again as a rock song for the European version of his Stories to Tell album. Marx would later use the Days In Avalon version of This I Promise You for his Now And Forever: The Ballads album as a duet with Asian singer Sabrina. "This I Promise You" was the group's fifth top-ten single in the U.S., reaching number five on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the autumn of 2000. In addition, the song spent 13 weeks at number one on the Billboard Adult Contemporarychart, the group's first song to do so.[1] The single was less successful internationally, reaching number 21 on the UK Singles Chart and failing to make the top 20 in Australia. This song was also featured on the 2001 compilation album "Now That's What I Call Music! 7 (U.S. Series)"

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The video, directed by Dave Meyers, shows the group clad in turtlenecks singing in the Redwood National and State Parks, with different shots of different love relationships being shown in bubbles floating around the forest. Footage of theSan Francisco skyline appears at different intervals and at the key change, the video switches to the group sitting at a table at an outdoor eatery along the Embarcadero, with little girls blowing bubbles around. The video debuted on TRLOctober 27, 2000. MadTV spoofed the video on December 16, 2000, with "This We Promise You", poking fun at the group's clean-cut image.

Track listing[edit]Edit

  • UK
CD single
  1. "This I Promise You" (radio version) – 4:27
  2. "It's Gonna Be Me" (Maurice Joshua Radio Remix) – 4:13
  3. "I Thought She Knew" – 3:22
Cassette
  1. "This I Promise You" (radio version) – 4:27
  2. "This I Promise You" (Hex Hector Radio Mix) – 3:57
  3. "I Thought She Knew" – 3:22
  • Europe
CD1
  1. "This I Promise You" (album version) – 4:43
  2. "This I Promise You" (Hex Hector Radio Mix) – 3:57
CD2
  1. "This I Promise You" (album version) – 4:43
  2. "I Thought She Knew" – 3:22
Limited edition remix single
  1. "This I Promise You" (album version) – 4:43
  2. "This I Promise You" (Hex Hector Club Mix) – 9:10
  3. "This I Promise You" (Hex Hector Radio Mix) – 3:57
  4. "Yo te Voy a Amar"
  • America
Making the Tour exclusive bonus disc
  1. "This I Promise You" (live home video mix) – 5:10

Charts[edit]Edit

Chart (2000) Peak

position

Australian Singles Chart 42
Belgian Ultratop 50 43
Canadian RPMSingles Chart 8
Dutch Top 40 80
German Singles Chart[2] 37
Italian Singles Chart[3] 56
New Zealand Singles Chart 32
Spanish Singles Chart[4] 7
Swedish Singles Chart 12
Swiss Singles Chart 40
UK Singles Chart 21
US Billboard Hot 100 5
US Adult Contemporary (Billboard) 1
US Adult Top 40 (Billboard) 27
US Mainstream Top 40 (Billboard) 4

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