In July 2015, Zoë sang it on the finale of the German The Voice Kids, a singing contest for children of 8 to 14 years old. "Il Libro Dell' Amore (The Book of Love)" by 2CELLOS feat. The single charted in Belgium reaching number 10 on the Ultratop official chart. On the Billboard charts, "The Book of Love" peaked at No. [1] The first of such singles was actually "The Book of Love" — Gabriel's cover of a Magnetic Fields song, together with "Not One of Us" — Stephin Merritt's (The Magnetic Fields' frontman) cover of a Peter Gabriel song. It also charted in the Netherlands both on Dutch Top 40 and Single Top 100. But I, I love it when you give me things. Writer(s): Stephin Merritt Und du, du kannst mir alles vorlesen. The Croatian musicians 2Cellos recorded an instrumental version on their album In2ition. And you, You can sing me anything.

"The Book of Love" is a song written by Stephin Merritt and attributed to The Magnetic Fields, an American indie pop group founded and led by him. The double A side single "The Book of Love" / "Not One of Us" was released on 30 January 2010,[2] on the day of January 2010's full moon. Niemand kann dieses verdammte Ding entschleiern. The song was translated into Italian as "Il Libro Dell' Amore" and rerecorded by Italian singer Zucchero accompanied by the Croatian duo musicians 2Cellos. On 30 April 2016, the Islington, London-based all-men Chaps Choir released its live version of "The Book of Love" as Side B of a Double A sided 7" vinyl single with Side A being "Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand)" by Samantha Whates featuring Chaps Choir. Das Buch der Liebe ist lang und langweilig. It's full of flowers and heart-shaped boxes, And things we're all too young to know.

In September 2015, Dutch contestant Jasper van Aarst sang it during the Blind Auditions of season 6 of, The Magnetic Fields version was used in episode 7 of season 2 of the Netflix show, The comedian Arthur Smith performs a version of it during, It appeared in its original form in "Get The Picture" ( sn. [1] Outside the US, the song reached No. "The Book of Love" (also titled "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love") is a rock and roll / doo-wop song, originally by The Monotones. The Peter Gabriel cover version was also used in the 2004 movie, Gabriel's version was used in the American TV series, In 2014, contestant Sequoia LaDeil sang it during the knockout phase in season 4 of. Log dich ein um diese Funktion zu nutzen.

3, ep. Lead singer Charles Patrick heard a Pepsodent toothpaste commercial with the line "wonder where the yellow went"/ when you brush your teeth with Pepsodent". Zur deutschen Übersetzung von The Book of Love, Yes - Owner of a Lonely Heart deutsche Übersetzung, Phil Collins - Dir gehört mein Herz English translation, Charlie Winston lernte Peter Gabriel im Urlaub kennen, Log dich ein oder registriere dich kostenlos, Purple Disco Machine & Sophie and the Giants - Hypnotized Songtext, Mark Forster & VIZE - Bist du Okay Songtext, Gentleman, Sido & Jugglerz - Schöner Tag Songtext. Zucchero, "Peter Gabriel: Scratch My Back, CD review", SongFacts: "The Book of Love" by Peter Gabriel, "2 'Scratch' 7-inch singles for Record Store Day", Ultratop.be – Gavin James – The Book of Love", Dutchcharts.nl – Gavin James – The Book of Love", "Cheryl Bentyne: The Book Of Love", review by C. Michael Bailey, South Park Studios YouTube channel: Tweek x Craig, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=The_Book_of_Love_(The_Magnetic_Fields_song)&oldid=985406158, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Pages using infobox song with unknown parameters, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, April 1999 at Polar West, Mother West, Polar Mother, and Sonics, Side-A: "The Book of Love" (Peter Gabriel) (3:53), Side-B: "Not One of Us" (Peter Gabriel featuring Stephin Merritt) (3:58), "The Book of Love" (Young Wonder remix) (3:43), The Peter Gabriel cover version was featured in. Mike Doughty released Golden Delicious on February 19, 2008, which included "Book of Love" as an "[iTunes Only (Magnetic Fields Cover)]", track 12, with only acoustic guitar, piano and vocals, very true to the original. Gabriel's version also appeared on his 2010 album Scratch My Back. And you, You ought to give me wedding rings. It was written by three members of the group, Warren Davis, George Malone and Charles Patrick. Cheryl Bentyne covered "The Book of Love" on her 2006 album The Book of Love, accompanied by gospel singer Mark Kibble. On 12 November 2019, Norwegian pop artist Atle Pettersen released "Juletid" ("Christmas Time") on digital platforms with new Christmas-themed lyrics in Norwegian. In 2015, Irish singer-songwriter Gavin James recorded his version appearing on his EP single The Book of Love.

"The Book of Love" (also titled "(Who Wrote) The Book of Love") is a rock and roll / doo-wop song, originally by The Monotones. Directed by musician Dominic Stichbury, the Chaps Choir version was recorded at the Union Chapel in Islington and released independently on 2016 Good Chap Records and available as a 7" vinyl and digitally. 5 in Australia. [3], On 17 April 2010 "The Book of Love" / "Not One of Us" as well as the follow-ups "Flume" / "Come Talk to Me" were also released on 7" vinyl to independent record stores.[4]. It sounded good, so they added it to the song. 3 on the R&B chart.

Es ist voller Tabellen und Fakten, ein paar Zahlen und Anleitungen zum Tanzen. 2Cellos had earlier recorded an instrumental version of the album on their album In2ition. Find album reviews, stream songs, credits and award information for Book of Love - Book of Love on AllMusic - 1986 - Book of Love plays synthesizer-based dance-pop… From there he got the idea for the line, "I wonder, wonder, wonder who, who wrote the book of love", working it up into a song with Davis and Malone. And I, I love it when you give me things. It was written by three members of the group, Warren Davis, George Malone and Charles Patrick. 5) of Fox's, This page was last edited on 25 October 2020, at 19:39. However, as completion of the latter dragged out, it was instead decided to release a series of double A-sided singles with one song from each album every new full moon during 2010 on iTunes. "The Book of Love" is a song written by Stephin Merritt and attributed to The Magnetic Fields, an American indie pop group founded and led by him. The three-volume album was released in 1999, with "the Book of Love" appearing in volume 1 as track number 12. The live recording was released on Island Def Jam Records. The track appeared also in a 4 track EP by James called For Love and eventually was included on his album Bitter Pill. The Book of Love EP contains four versions, the official radio track, and three remixes by Raffertie, by JOY (Rework) and Young Wonder. When The Magnetic Fields appeared at The Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith in January 2001 to play the whole of 69 Love Songs, they were joined by Peter Gabriel for an encore of "The Book of Love".