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You'll See / Rain [Single, EP, Import]

MadonnaAudio CD
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  • Audio CD (October 30, 1995)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Single, EP, Import
  • Label: Warner Bros UK
  • ASIN: B0000071TR
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #254,267 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. You'll See (Edit)
2. Rain (Lp-Version)
3. You'll See (Instrumental)

Editorial Reviews

1 x CD Single
Europe 1995

1You'll See (Edit)4:15
2Rain (LP-Version)5:25
3You'll See (Inst.)4:44

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5.0 out of 5 stars Powerful And Independent July 17, 2003
Format:Audio CD
After a moderately successful 1995, Madonna rounded off the year by releasing the ballads collection Something To Remember. It included some of Madonna's most-loved ballads such as Crazy For You, Live To Tell, This Used To Be My Playground and Take A Bow. It also included a song called You'll See. The song charted at No.5 in the UK in November 1995 and spent 13 weeks on the chart - the longest duration of time for a Madonna single since Vogue, five years previously.

You'll See opens in a slow and moody tone. The beat is deep and striking, before Madonna sings, "You think that I can't live without your love. You'll see. You think I can't go on another day. You think I have nothing without you by my side. You'll see. Somehow. Someway. You think that I can never laugh again. You'll see. You think that you destroy my faith in love. You think after all you've done I'll never find my way back home. You'll see. Somehow. Someday." It's a wonderful first verse, and Madonna's vocals are amazingly sophisticated and powerful. The beat then strikes up, and Madonna sings her first chorus, "All by myself. I don't need anyone at all. I know I'll survive. I know I'll stay alive. All on my own. I don't need anyone this time. It will be mine. No one can take it from me. You'll see." I love the chorus, because of the wonderful lyrics. Madonna's vocals are marvellous and the whole song is just so emotional. Madonna then sings the second verse, "You think that you are strong but you are weak. You'll see. It takes more strength to cry. Admit defeat. I have truth on my side. You only have deceit. You'll see. Somehow. Someday." Madonna then moves into the second chorus where she sings, "All by myself. I don't need anyone at all. I know I'll survive. I know I'll stay alive. I'll stand on my own.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Gut-Wrenching and Sublime July 15, 2004
Format:Audio CD
From the first few chords of this song, the listener knows: this is not going to be a pretty picture. Not at all is this a negation to the song or it's content, but simply sonically the beginning is a foreboding of what's to follow. And it is pretty: Never has Madonna sounded better. Her voice has a new depth and tone and the listener is taken on a gut-wrenching trip through bitterness and redemption. This has to be one of Madonna's finest releases and shockingly overlooked on the 93-99 video collection. The ultimate "I HATE YOU BUT I'LL LIVE" ode to all of us whose hearts have been crushed, stepped on and ripped up, but hey, life does go on...
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4.0 out of 5 stars Edit May 26, 2002
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What i liked about this was that it had the edit of You'll See, which is unavailable on every other release. It's about 25 seconds shorter, but this is the one you heard on the radio. Rain is beautiul as well.
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