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|2||The Sweetest Thing (Previously Unreleased Bonus Track)||3:33|
|572 569-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single)||Island Records||572 569-2||Europe||1999|
|572 568-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single, PMD)||Island Records||572 568-2||Europe||1999|
|572 569-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single)||Island Records||572 569-2||Australia||1999|
|CRAN 1||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single, Promo)||Island Records||CRAN 1||UK||1999|
|572 591-2||The Cranberries||Promises (CD, Single, CD1)||Island Records, Mercury||572 591-2||UK||1999|
- Producer – The Cranberries
- Producer, Engineer – Benedict Fenner
- Written-By – O'Riordan
Comes in Cardboard sleeve.
"Made in the EU" is written on the disc and on the back of the sleeve.
- Barcode: 7 31457 25682 4
- Rights Society: BIEM / MCPS
- Label Code: LC 00407
- Mould SID Code: IFPI 01T9
- Matrix / Runout: 572 568-2 01 MADE IN GERMANY
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Island Records Inc.
- Copyright (c) – Island Records Inc.
- Published By – PolyGram International Publishing, Inc.
Promises is a rock song by Irish band The Cranberries. It is the first single from the band's fourth album, Bury the Hatchet, released in 1999. The song was the only single from the album to chart in the US and the last single before their hiatus. The song, which has a heavy rock beat with strident lead guitar, deals with the subject of divorce. A music video involving a cowboy confronting a witchscarecrow hybrid, directed by Olivier Dahan, was released to promote the single. Текст песни: You better belive Im coming You better believe what I say You better hold on to your promises Because you bet, youll get what you video by The Cranberries performing Promises. Watch the video for Promises from The Cranberries's Bury the Hatchet for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. The album peaked at 7 in the UK and 13 in the US. The song has heavy rock beat with strident lead guitar and makes full use of singer's vocal abilities. The song is dealing with the divorce subject. View wiki. Promises is the lead single for The Cranberries' fourth record Bury The Hatchet 1999. It was released in february 1999 read more. It was released in february 1999. Promises would be the o read more. With The Cranberries, Mike Hogan, Noel Hogan, Fergal Lawler. A music video involving a cowboy confronting a witchscarecrow hybrid. This song is by The Cranberries and appearsPromises. This song is by The Cranberries and appears on the album Bury the Hatchet 1999. on the compilation album Stars: The Best of 19922002 2002. on the bonus tracks of the album Roses 2012. This song has been covered by Mesmerize under the title Promises. You'd better believe I'm comingYou'd better believe what I sayYou'd better hold on to your promises, becauseYou bet you'll get what you deserve. Promises The Cranberries song. Song by The Cranberries. from the album Bury the Hatchet. The Sweetest Thing. Promises Album version - 5:27. Dreams Live at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, Oslo - 4:14. Promises Live at the Nobel Peace Prize Concert, Oslo - 5:08. The Sweetest Thing - 3:33. Linger Live - August '96 - 4:40. Letra, tradução e música de Promises de The Cranberries - Why can't you stay here awhile, Stay here awhile, Stay with me. Oh, all the promises we made All the meaningless and empty words I prayed, prayed, prayed Oh, all the promises we broke All the meaningless and empty words I spoke, spoke, spoke. What of all the things that you taught me What of all the things that you'd say What of all your prosphetic preaching You're just throwing it all away Maybe we should burn the house down Have ourselves another fight Leave the cobwebs in the closet Cos' tearing them out is just not right. by The Cranberries. Album: Bury The Hatchet 1999. Charted: 13. Get the Sheet Music License This Song . Lead singer Dolores O'Riordan wrote Linger about her first love that song finds her appealing to his empathy, whereas Promises finds her much more combative, warning the guy: You better hold on to your promises Because you bet, you'll get what you deserve. The song makes reference to eternal vows, indicating it's about a divorce, and based on a relationship she either made up or observed. At the time, she had been married about five years. This is The Cranberries - Promises by Lepetytt on Vimeo, the home for high quality videos and the people who love them