Weight Of My Mistakes
by Seal

Album: Seal 6: Commitment (2010)


  • This song about overcoming emotional obstacles and not getting weighed down by the past is the second single from English singer-songwriter Seal's sixth album of original material, Seal 6: Commitment.
  • Seal wrote the song with Gus Isidore, Marcus Brown and Mark Summerlin, who are all members of his backing band. It was produced by multi-Grammy winning producer and pianist David Foster, who was also responsible for helming Seal's 2008 album of covers, Soul.
  • Seal told PopEater of the animated video: "I loved shooting [it]. I think [the director] Nabil did an amazing job of capturing the movement in the track."


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