Even today, the song “There You’ll Be” by Faith Hill can still make us long for our lost loved ones every time we hear it. It’s a song where Hill showcased her talent of putting incredible emotions in each line this musical piece has. Written by Diane Warren and orchestrated by David Campbell, this song is one of the soundtracks of a successful box office film, Pearl Harbor.
Faith Hill Gives Justice to This Treasured Song
They first offered Celine Dion to record this single, but she turned it down because she hesitated on recording another romantic ballad. But thanks to this, Faith Hill was given a chance to record this iconic song in the early 2000s.
With her incredible voice and spine-chilling way of singing, Faith Hill not only sings the song perfectly, but she also gives justice to it. A lovely ballad that is perfect for her and instantly became her signature single for the rest of her career.
The Pearl Harbor Music Theme
Many of us have seen the iconic film, Pearl Harbor — a war film with the perfect romantic and dramatic themes. That’s why the single “There You’ll Be” is the best musical background for the film. This song is about remembering our loved ones who passed away and reminding ourselves that they will always be with us in our hearts. It’s a very sentimental and heartfelt single, remaking the image and scenes of the movie in your mind while listening to it.
And just like the other Faith Hill Songs, it’s no longer a surprise that this song reached the top spot in different charts in the world. This single is indeed one of the best romantic ballads of all time. You may feel the music and enjoy “There You’ll Be” by Faith Hill by watching the video here.