“Love Changes (Everything)” is a single from British pop duo Climie Fisher’s debut album “Everything”, which was released in 1987. Climie Fisher consisted of vocalist Simon Climie and keyboardist Rob Fisher. “Love Changes (Everything)” is the duo’s most well-known track,
“Love Changes (Everything)” has a very interesting background, as Climie Fisher originally wrote the song for British singer Rod Stewart. However, Stewart turned down the track, so the duo decided to release the song anyway. As the title would suggest, this late 1980’s pop track is discussing a breakup, and how after being in love you are a different person.
The music video was released in 1988 and was directed by Dieter Trattmann. There is no official music video available online, however a YouTube user by the name of “Bruce Hill” uploaded the video to the platform on the 29th October 2013. The video features sepia shots of the duo on a train dancing with two women dancers. As of late May 2020, the video has 12.2 million views with 71 thousand likes.
Release Date: 1987
Songwriter/s: Simon Climie, Rob Fisher & Dennis Morgan
Producer: Stephen Hague
Music Video Release Date: 1988
Music Video Director: Dieter Trattmann
Chart Rankings: “Love Changes (Everything)”charted across the world when it was in 1987, reaching peak chart positions of #23 in Australia, #15 in Austria, #7 in Germany, #2 in South Africa, #8 in Switzerland, #2 in the UK Singles chart, #23 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart, #12 on the US Billboard Adult Contemporary charts, #16 on the US Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs, and #23 on the US Radio & Records CHR/Pop Airplay Chart.
The lyrics to “Love Changes (Everything)” can be accessed here: LINK