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"Sad Eyes"
"Sad Eyes" cover
Song by Bruce Springsteen
Recorded January 25, 1990
Genre Rock
Length 3:47
Label Columbia
Writer Bruce Springsteen
Producer Bruce Springsteen

"Sad Eyes" is a song written and performed by Bruce Springsteen. It was recorded at Soundworks West, LA on January 25, 1990, and included in the box set released by Springsteen in November 10, 1998, titled Tracks and on the compilation album 18 Tracks, released in April 13, 1999 [1].

Contents

Tracklisting

CD Single (B00004UU3I) [2]
  1. Sad Eyes
  2. Missing
  3. Man At The Top
  4. Take 'em As They Come

Trivia

"Sad Eyes" was played on Dawson's Creek in Episode #2-13 "His Leading Lady."

"Sad Eyes"
Single by Enrique Iglesias
from the album Enrique
Released September, 2000
Format CD Promo single
Recorded Fall 1999
Genre Latin, Pop
Length 4:08
Label Interscope
Writer(s) Bruce Springsteen
Enrique Iglesias singles chronology
"Could I Have This Kiss Forever"
(2000)
"Sad Eyes"
(2000)
"Hero"
(2002)

Enrique Iglesias version

Spanish singer-songwriter Enrique Iglesias recorded a version of "Sad Eyes" and included it on his first English language released titled Enrique. While recording the album Interscope chairman Jimmy Iovine who had previously worked with Springsteen found out that Iglesias was a fan of his (Iglesias often cites the Born in the U.S.A. tour as a favorite concert experience and Springsteen as his favorite performer) and urged him to record "Sad Eyes".

The song was released as the fourth single. The album version was not released to radio but rather the HQ2 remix which gave the song a more pop sound. Iglesias did not promote the song and it was not as successful as the previous singles from the album. However, the collected remixes charted high on the club play charts. A Spanish version of the song was also recorded titled "Más Es Amar".

Music video

A music video was shot, directed by David LaChapelle, but it was shelved at the time due to its sexual content.[3] It eventually surfaced in late 2009 on various video-sharing sites.

Tracklisting

CD Single (B000051JTU)
  1. Sad Eyes (Album version)
  2. Sad Eyes (Rodney Jerkins Mix)
  3. Sad Eyes (Guy Roche Remix)
  4. Sad Eyes (HQ2 Radio Remix)
US Viynl Promo
  1. Sad Eyes (HQ2 Club Mix) (9:33)
  2. Sad Eyes (HQ2 Radio Mix) (3:34)
  3. Sad Eyes (Eric Kupper Mix) (8:10)
  4. Sad Eyes (HQ2 Dub) (6:15)
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Chart performance

Chart (2000) Peak
position
US Billboard Hot Dance Club Play [4] 8
US Billboard Top 40 Mainstream [5] 34
US Billboard Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles [6] 23

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