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|Artist = [[Natasha Bedingfield]]
'''Before:''' "[[Single (song)|Single]]"; '''This:''' "These Words"; '''Next:''' "[[Unwritten (song)|Unwritten]]"<br>
 
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|Director = [[Scott Lyon]] & [[Sophie Muller]]
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'''Before:''' N/A; '''This:''' "These Words"; '''Next:''' "[[Unwritten (song)|Unwritten]]"
 
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'''These Words '''has two videos. The international music video features Bedingfield sitting at a table in her Spanish villa, frustrated by her inability to find inspiration to write a song. She is then seen walking through the villa in colorful outfits, surrounded by dancing chairs and multiple versions of herself. It concludes with Bedingfield scribbling in her notebook on the roof of her villa that leads her boyfriend to the front of her home.
   
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The North American music video was filmed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in March 2005. The video begins with Bedingfield waking up next to a boombox, dressing, and leaving her home with the boombox. While performing on a beach, she kicks her boombox, which comes alive and begins to dance. The video concludes with Bedingfield arriving back home to a house full of dancing boomboxes. An alternate version of the North American video was directed by Jim Gable using much of the footage from the original.
"'''''These Words'''''" is the second single from British pop singer, [[Natasha Bedingfield]]. It is from the album, ''[[Unwritten]]''. It can also be known as "These Words (I Love You, I Love You)"
 
 
==Music Video==
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot Digital Songs || 7
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot Singles Recurrents || 16
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Pop 100 || 9
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Pop 100 Airplay || 15
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Top 40 Mainstream || 10
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot 100 Airplay || 47
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks || 24
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot Dance Airplay || '''1'''
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot Dance Club Play || 35
 
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| US ''Billboard'' Hot 100 || 17
 
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| Ireland Top 50 || '''1'''
 
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| UK Top 75 || '''1'''
 
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| Austria Top 75 || 2
 
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| Germany Top 100 || 2
 
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| New Zealand Top 40 || 2
 
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| Norway Top 20 || 2
 
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| World Top 40 || 2
 
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| Dutch Top 40 || 4
 
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| Australia Top 50 || 5
 
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| Sweden Top 60 || 5
 
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| Switzerland Top 100 || 8
 
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| Belgium Top 50 || 15
 
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| Finland Top 20 || 18
 
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| France Top 100 || 19
 
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| Italy Top 50 || 35
 
 
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[[Category:2004 videos]]

Latest revision as of 19:12, 10 December 2014

File:Thesewords5 200.jpg

Natasha Bedingfield's "These Words" video.

File:"These Words" - Natasha Bedingfield
File:"These Words" (US Version) - Natasha Bedingfield

These Words has two videos. The international music video features Bedingfield sitting at a table in her Spanish villa, frustrated by her inability to find inspiration to write a song. She is then seen walking through the villa in colorful outfits, surrounded by dancing chairs and multiple versions of herself. It concludes with Bedingfield scribbling in her notebook on the roof of her villa that leads her boyfriend to the front of her home.

The North American music video was filmed in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in March 2005. The video begins with Bedingfield waking up next to a boombox, dressing, and leaving her home with the boombox. While performing on a beach, she kicks her boombox, which comes alive and begins to dance. The video concludes with Bedingfield arriving back home to a house full of dancing boomboxes. An alternate version of the North American video was directed by Jim Gable using much of the footage from the original.