I Want You Back
I Want You Back
I Want You Back
I Want You Back
I Want You Back
I Want You Back
 

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Fanlisting?
A fanlisting is simply an online listing of fans of a subject, such as a TV show, actor, or musician, that is created by an individual and open for fans from around the world to join. There are no costs, and the only requirements to join a fanlisting are your name and country. Fanlistings do not have to be large sites (although some are) - they are just a place where you can have your name listed along with other fans of the same subject. TheFanlistings.org is the original (but not only) web directory for fanlistings, dedicated to uniting fans across the globe. ~ TFL

I Want You Back?
"I Want You Back" is the first single released from 'N Sync's Europe/US self-titled debut album. This single is also included on 'N Sync's Greatest Hits. It has been certified Gold by the RIAA. The song won a Billboard award for "Best New Dance Clip". It peaked at #13 on the Billboard Hot 100 and the single sold over one million copies. The single was certified Gold by RIAA.

When the song was first released in Europe, a video was issued with it, featuring 'N Sync in a space station. The video features many high-tech effects, while the plot is the boys trying to contact the girl of the song. It includes the same basic dance routine, and a surprise for US viewers—a clean-shaven Fatone. This version was directed by Alan Calzatti in September 1996.

When released in the US, a new video came out in early 1998. Two versions were made.

The first version focus more on the singing. The same dance routine of the group is partially shown. It would feature back dancer girls in the chorus of the music. Through out the clip, we would see the girl of the song. Some of the footage featuring that woman would be reprise in the remix video clip version.

The second version, which is the more traditional one, was shot partially in black and white and focused more on introducing the personalities of the members, showing them playing pool and driving together. A small flashback to the plot is made when Chasez sings his verse, and a highlight for fans in this version is the sight of Kirkpatrick dragging Chasez across the room during the pool game. It was directed by Jesse Vaughan and Douglas Biro.
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Lyrics
You're all I ever wanted
You're all I ever needed, yeah
So tell me what to do now
'Cause I want you back

It's hard to say I'm sorry
It's hard to make the things I did undone
A lesson I've learned too well, for sure
So don't hang up the phone now
I'm trying to figure out just what to do
I'm going crazy without you.

You're all I ever wanted
You're all I ever needed, yeah
So tell me what to do now
When I want you back

Baby I remember
The way you used to look at me and say
Promises never last forever
I told you not to worry
I said that everything would be all right
I didn't know then that you were right

Yeah
I want you back, oh yeah

You're the one I want
You're the one I need
Girl, what can I do
(You're the one I want)
(You're the one I need)
(Tell me, what can I do)

You're all I ever wanted
(You're the one I want)
You're all I ever needed
(You're the one I need)
So tell me what to do now
(Tell me, what can I do)
When I want you back

You're all I ever wanted
You're all I ever needed
(So tell me what to do now)
When I want you back

Why the fanlisting?
*N Sync has to be one of my all-time favorite music group/boy band. I love everything about them, especially all their songs so I created the fanlisting for it. I then decided to create a fanlisting for each song of *N Sync. I then had too many fanlistings and deicded to close all fanlistings for each of their songs. The fanlisting for this song was later opened on July 26, 2010 by Vanessa. She decided to close the fanlisting and asked if I wanted to own the fanlisting since I originally had the fanlisting and I decided to adopted it.

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