I Choose You

Album: The Blessed Unrest (2013)
Charted: 81
  • This soaring romantic declaration finds Bareilles singing of a "lifelong love letter." She told VH1: "This song, for me, was about really claiming my belief that there is true love out there."
  • Bareilles wrote the song with Pete Harper and Jason Blynn, who as well as playing on The Blessed Unrest are also members of the rock band Harper Blynn. It was produced by mixer and producer Mark Endert whose other credits include Maroon 5's "This Love" and Train's "Hey Soul Sister."
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