'You’ll Think of Me' was the final single from Urban's 2002 album.
Keith Urban has released a live version of his 2004 smash, You’ll Think of Me, from his multi-platinum album Golden Road, which will celebrate its 20th anniversary in October.
Urban shared on social media, “This song has become such a special moment during our shows and sooooo many of you have been asking for this version over the years. Now, on the day The Speed Of Now World Tour kicks off, it’s yours.”
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Written by Darrell Brown, Ty Lacy and Dennis Matkosky, and produced by Urban and Dann Huff, You’ll Think Of Me was the fourth and final single from his 2002 album.
The song reached #1 on the US Billboard Hot Country Songs and #2 on the US Billboard Adult Contemporary Chart and was also certified gold in Australia. It also earned Urban the GRAMMY Award for ‘Best Male Country Vocal Performance’ in 2006.
Speaking of the song, Urban said, “You’re so full of mixed emotions. Part of you is initially just devastated, heartbroken, grief-stricken, just distraught, you’re totally broken, and the other part of you is trying to maintain whatever pride you’ve got left. About the only thing you can come out with is, ‘Yeah, well, you will regret this!’ There’s a great line in the song that says, ‘While you’re sleeping with your pride, wishing I could hold you tight, I’ll be over you and on with my life.’ I’m like, yeah, Amen, brother!”
Urban kicked off his Speed Of Now World Tour in Tampa, Florida on June 17. The tour reaches Australia this December, which will see him play eleven shows across the East Coast.
The Speed Of Now World Tour 2022 is the first opportunity for fans to see him perform songs from his tenth studio album, The Speed Of Now Part1. The global number one album includes the worldwide smash One Too Many, featuring Pink, Wild Hearts, Polaroid, Superman and Out the Cage, which features BRELAND and the funk/pop icon Nile Rodgers.
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