Released: 9th April 2001.
Faith Hill first sprung to fame with the amazing mid-tempo "This Kiss". After her second single flopped over here, you could be forgiven for thinking she was merely a one-hit-wonder. However, whilst everyone here was praising U2 and Eminem for their three Grammies, we failed to notice that Faith also won three. They were for her traditional country style - but, she's taken a leaf out of LeAnn Rimes' book and gone pop. The result is this painfully average tune that will only appeal to people under 18.
A desperately tacky attempt at echoing the country/pop crossover success of Shania Twain and LeAnn Rimes. Admittedly her vocals are flawless, singing some drivel about the way someone loves her, but over a really bad house beat. A couple of year's ago, "This Kiss" was a brilliant single, which was only marginally successful in the UK. No doubt this awful song will do a lot better.