Wedding Day
by Seal


  • On this song Seal duets with his wife, supermodel Heidi Klum. In an interview with Heidi Klum in the Daily Mail On Sunday October 28, 2007, Heidi Klum admitted to being intimidated working with her husband: "Of course I was intimidated. He's such a professional that he acts very different towards me in the studio. I was a bit stiff and nervous and he was just going, 'Sing low and strong,' even though my natural singing voice is quite high. But he wrote the song on our wedding day [May 10, 2005] and asked me to sing it with him, so I did."

Comments: 3

  • Photoworks Interactive from San Jose, Ca, UsaThat's one of my favorites
  • Nick from Evansville, InHeidi's voice also sounds very "touched-up"
  • Nick from Evansville, InSeal's worst Song in my opinion. This is solely a sell-out move to appease fans of Top model, or whatever.
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