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The song's accompanying music video was directed by Vadim Perelman. Clarkson wrote the treatment for the video herself in order to reflect the pain that she felt due to her parents' divorce. The video's plot centers on Clarkson engaging in a heated argument with her husband in front of her child before realizing that she was repeating her parents' mistake.
Inthe song was recorded by Reba McEntire as a duet with Clarkson, which was released as a lead single for McEntire's twenty-fourth studio album Reba: Duets. This version reached number 36 on the Canadian Hot That song really is the most depressing one I've ever written. I tried to get it on Thankfuland was laughed at and told I wasn't a good writer.
So then I tried to get it on Breakaway — and the label saw the results, people responding to You Belong - Various - Chart Hits Vol. 12 (CD), and allowed it to become a single. Then took credit for its success, of course. In an interview with The GuardianClarkson said that she wanted to include the song in her first album, Thankfulbut she was laughed at. Clarkson explained, "Hearing the Evanescence album, you can obviously tell that David and Ben have a real passion for music and that big kind of background.
And I have a big voice and I like the music to match it, so it was a real dream team. According to Moody, he was very impressed with Clarkson and the song itself, saying "She had these ideas already in place for songs; all I really had to do was build music around them and develop them. It was quite easy. Film Laureate of Blogcritics considered "Because of You" and "Where Is Your Heart" as his two favorite songs from Breakaway, writing "[Clarkson] commands these two songs like a seasoned pro and directs herself in her songs the way Steven Spielberg said Barbra Streisand directs herself in her songs as if she's directing an actor in a movie.
Note that two of the songwriters and producers of "My Immortal" were also involved in this track. He added that Clarkson managed to take the piano-driven song in a different direction with a "stormy, hard blues vocal Titus of Billboard lauded the song for its absence of schmaltz factor, "only a potent, pained, grown-up anthem of gross betrayal and loss.
Critics also lauded Clarkson's vocal prowess in the song. Pam Avoledo of Blogcritics thought that vocally, the song is Clarkson's "shining" moment. In Australia, the song debuted and peaked at number four on the issue dated December 5, The song topped the charts in the Netherlands  and Switzerland,  and reached the top five in Austria,  Belgium Flanders Ireland  and Norway. But it ends really happy and everything and the family, my family, ends up breaking the cycle of my parents.
She explained. I You Belong - Various - Chart Hits Vol. 12 (CD) it with my family and everything because they think it's important, because we're obviously very different now than we were when we were younger. And it's important for people to see that raw kind of emotion that happens in life. It sucks sometimes, so it's important to see that I think. And that's what we're portraying in the video. The video starts at the Clarksons' household. There, she and her husband are engaged in a heated argument and he threatens to smash down a picture of the family at one point.
Time freezes still and her husband becomes immobile; Clarkson, however, is immune to this. Looking around her house, she sees her younger self. Hand in hand, the younger and older versions of Clarkson relive her troubled childhood as various painful memories are seen, such as the younger Clarkson making a picture for her father who tosses it into the sink while talking on the phone, and Clarkson's mother making an unappreciated dinner for her father as she puts the father's dinner into the bin on a stormy evening.
These events drive her mother to the point of taking pills before closing the door in the younger Clarkson's face, so that she doesn't see her starting to cry. The breaking point is finally seen when Clarkson's parents have a physical fight and throw objects at each other. Soon after, Clarkson's father packs his bags and leaves despite the younger Clarkson's pleas for him to stay.
The older Clarkson runs back in time to the present, and instead of fighting with her husband, they make up. They then see that their daughter in the video had seen them fight, and they embrace her and each other. Throughout the music video, Clarkson is shown singing on the front porch, her mother's bed and a room full of mirrors, reflecting an image of her younger self. She explained, "It really paints a picture of the heartbreak that comes from your family fighting in front of you.
Clarkson gets real as she sings the sad lyrics and witnesses the sadness that comes when someone breaks your family into pieces. Donning a red dress and singing from beside a grand piano, her performance in that event garnered positive reviews from critics.
Elysa Gardner of USA Today lauded Clarkson's performance and ranked it as one of the three best performances, writing, "The pre-performance clip of a girlish-looking Clarkson emphasized how little Kelly has matured. The girl most likely to escape the American Idol stigma was in fine, creamy voice, and kept the Mariah-esque riffing to a minimum. Music praised Clarkson's rendition of the song, calling it "perfectly fine" despite the saying that it was "a little reminiscent of those many mediocre, superficial ballads trotted out on 'Idol.
Clarkson's performance of the song was accompanied only by Wurlitzer organ that earned her a prolonged ovation when she sent her voice soaring into the rafters. He explained that Clarkson's powerful rendition "literally stopped the show [ Lisa Tucker covered the song on the fifth season of American Idol in However, her performance was met with negative reviews from the judges and she was consequently eliminated from the show.
Parke also recorded the song and included it in his debut album, Ronan Parke. In an interview with Digital SpyParke stated that it was really challenging to record "Because of You.
We left them until the end and I was actually a bit scared by the noise that came out of me - I didn't know I could sound that loud! Her performance received positive response from the judges and was considered as one of the highlights in the show even though she failed to advance into the Top The song was released as a single on May 15,as the lead single for McEntire's album, Reba: Duets.
The duet garnered mixed reviews from critics who felt that even though McEntire's singing was pleasant, she brought nothing new to the song. It also became Clarkson's second song to appear on the chart. The music video was directed by Roman White which depicts McEntire and Clarkson as two retro Hollywood lounge singers.
The plot centers on Clarkson's relationship with her abusive partner which is witnessed by McEntire. The song was performed live by the two singers in various venues, notably at the 42nd Annual Academy of Country Music Awards and during their 2 Worlds 2 Voices Tour. According to McEntire, Clarkson was the first singer to pair up with her for the album Reba: Duets That wasn't one of the songs we had talked about recording — matter of fact, Kelly and I had already recorded a song, 'A Lot Like You,' for the duet project, and he said, 'You've got to do this one together,' so we did.
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