Our Song is the third track from the debut album by American Pop-Country Taylor Swift singer.
Our Song was released to radio on August 22, 2007 as the third only album triple platinum, Taylor Swift. The song became number one in December 2007, making it the first artist young to have a country song number one in a country.
Swift wrote a song for a ninth exhibition of “Talent Show”. Taylor commented on his MySpace was released because of the pleasant reaction of their fans in the shows and Online on the song. Also indicated that it was one of his great success in sales on iTunes songs.
The song was released as the second only the Fearless Italy album in 2009.
Our Song video was directed by Trey Fanjoy and premiered at the country music television in September 2007.reached # 1 on CMT’s Top Twenty Countdown on November 22, 2007, and stayed there four weeks. Then reached the first place once more on January 17, 2008. The video won the 2008 CMT Music Awards as video of the year. The song speaks of the relationship with her then boyfriend Tim Leavitt, according to Swift – “we had a strong relationship and lots of fun in those years, and yet we have, but now we’re just friends”. The video has been viewed more than 27 million times on YouTube.
On the Billboard Hot Country Songs, fecharon “Our Song”, which debuted at no. 55 for the week of September 2, 2007. The song reached No. 1 in the week of December 22, 2007, when rose from sixth position. The break he gave the song until the number 1 position not be had achieved since 1998, when Tim McGraw wrote “Just to See You Smile” also went up from # 6 at number # 1.
This song was six consecutive weeks at # 1. Other songs also spending six weeks is “” It wasn’t ain’t God Who Made Honky Tonk Angels”by Kitty Well (in August 1952).”, “Breathe” by Faith Hill (January 2000) and “Jesus, take the Wheel” by Carrie Underwood (February 2006) Only the song “Once a Day” Connie Smith had a longer, making its prowess in January 1965 reign.
“Our Song” peaked finally no. 16.
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