The video was directed by Matt Stawski and was filmed at Cadillac Jack's, a movie prop diner located in the Sun Valley area of. The flowers fly out of his hand and land on a much younger girl's lap. You could also call this industry a 'she', because you have to be kind, you have to court it, and be considerate, and be consistent — you know — and also put up with its bullshit. The video was also nominated for. Well, essentially, I was in a place of where, maybe, subconsciously, my 'fuck you' was aimed at the industry itself. Select singles in the Format field.
It remains the second best-selling recording in the history of Glee, having sold 783,000 copies in the United States. Select single in the field Format. I co-wrote this with Bruno Mars, and over the year or so that I hung out with him and we worked together, we became quite fond of each other and shared a similar taste and sense of humor, and that song was a product of that working environment. It was named the 1 song of 2010 by , and made the top of 's users poll. Over a twinkling piano line, bumping bass and steady percussion, Green shakes off a failed relationship with a gold digger by packing the simple pleasures of old-school soul music into tongue-in-cheek verses and a suitably soaring chorus.
Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiální. He offers to let the Heartbreaker play with his toy , but she ignores him and walks away with the other boy, who has a toy. A fourth version of the song, featuring American rapper , was released to in. He then attempts to woo the Heartbreaker by having the waitress draw a heart-shaped ketchup mark on her hot dog plate, but the Heartbreaker approaches him with a basket of fries and spills them on his shirt, leaving a large ketchup stain on it. Archived from on January 22, 2011. The official music video was released on September 1, 2010. Note: insert 20112 into search.
Enter Cee Lo Green in the field Interpret. During his college years, Cee Lo studies in the diner with another woman, implied to be his music tutor. It was certified on November 5, 2010. In his high school years, Cee Lo works at the diner as a chef. Select Platinum in the Certification field.
The version of the video contains re-shot elements which have been mixed with parts from the original, most notably when Cee Lo is on screen and he is singing alternative lyrics, but he is not shown singing the clean lyrics in the titular chorus. The week of April 16, 2011, the song topped the Pop Songs radio airplay chart in its 25th week, completing the longest journey to the summit in the ranking's 18-year history. Paltrow later dueted the 'clean' version of the song with Cee-Lo with a puppet ensemble playing backup on the 2011 Grammy Awards. . He drives past the diner to find the Heartbreaker working there, sweeping the front entrance while others are dancing behind her. Their version of the song was certified gold in Mexico. The song was re-written with new lyrics as a tribute to firefighters.
It's a very noble cause, and I connect with it very, very personally because my mother was a fireman as well — one of the first black female firemen in Atlanta, Georgia, so quite a historic accomplishment. It was released on August 19, 2010 as the first single from Green's third solo studio album, 2010. He attempts to woo the Heartbreaker with a bouquet of flowers but slips on fries deliberately dropped by another boy. The lyrics mention that Cee Lo's mother was a firefighter. Cee Lo also performed at the on February 13, 2011 with actress and several puppets provided by. Cee Lo waves at the Heartbreaker before driving away. Some parts of the video tend to freeze for a split second when a lyric is being mouthed to prevent the lips from being read.
In the beginning, a young Cee Lo goes into the diner with his parents and goes up to the Heartbreaker, who is sitting with another boy. This does not happen in the clean version titled Forget You. In the subsequent week, the song surpassed 2 million copies in sales in 2011 alone, bringing its total to 3,707,000 copies. It was written as a collaboration between Green, , , and Brody Brown and produced by the Smeezingtons. The same thing was done in the and versions of the video, translating the lyrics, although the vocals remained in. Hitparáda — Radio Top 100 Oficiálna. The song remained at No.
Archived from on July 2, 2012. A new version of the video was released with scenes of Cee Lo visiting a fire station. The video for this version of the song incorporates scenes from the original video with extra shots of 50 Cent performing. The first full verse of the song was a satirical parody of. . .