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This Is Your Life (song)

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"This Is Your Life"
Switchfoot this is your life.jpg
Single by Switchfoot
from the album The Beautiful Letdown
ReleasedSeptember 21, 2004 [1]
Recorded2003
GenreAlternative rock
Length4:18
LabelColumbia/Sony BMG
Songwriter(s)Jon Foreman
Producer(s)John Fields
Switchfoot singles chronology
"Dare You to Move"
(2003)
"This Is Your Life"
(2004)
"Stars"
(2005)
Audio sample

"This Is Your Life" is a song by the alternative rock band Switchfoot, and their third single. "This Is Your Life" first appeared on the group's 2003 album The Beautiful Letdown and peaked at #30 on the US Modern Rock charts. The single also hit the U.S. Top 40, peaking at No. 31.[1]

Of the three mainstream radio singles released from The Beautiful Letdown, this song was the least successful on the charts. It is also the only single from the album not to have a music video created for it.

Composition

"This Is Your Life" is an alternative rock song that lasts for a duration of four minutes and eighteen seconds.[2] According to the sheet music published at Musicnotes.com by Capitol CMG, it is written in the time signature of common time, with a steady, moderately slow tempo of 124 beats per minute.[2] "This Is Your Life" is composed in the key of C sharp minor (Cm), while Jon Foreman's vocal range spans two octaves and five notes, from a low of B3 to a high of G5.[2] The song has a basic sequence of Cm–A–B during the introduction, alternates between the chords of Cm and Asus2 in the verses and outro, changes to E–Bsus4–Asus2 at its chorus and follows Cm–Asus2–Bsus4–Asus2–Bsus4–Asus2 during the interludes as its chord progression.[3]

Chart positions

Chart Peak
position
US Modern Rock Tracks 30
US Adult Top 40 36
US Billboard Hot Christian Adult Contemporary 9
US Billboard Hot Christian Songs 9

In the media

  • The song was featured on the season 2 finale of science fiction TV show The 4400, as well as in nineteenth episode Blank of season four of Smallville.
  • It also was featured on the season 7 Charmed episode "Charmageddon".

Live

In concert this song is played longer than the studio version, with a more psychedelic arrangement, in contrast to the electronica-tinged studio version. The concert version prominently features Jon Foreman screaming into the resonating chamber of his guitar, which distorts the screams to an eerie effect. During the Nothing Is Sound Tour "This is Your Life" often segued directly into "Happy Is a Yuppie Word". This combination was also played during a few performances of the Oh! Gravity. Spring Tour, one of which was notably captured on the band's official bootleg for the 21 February 2007 show in Calgary.

References

  1. ^ "Rock On The Net: Top 40 Archives". April 16, 2005. Retrieved 2007-10-26.
  2. ^ a b c Foreman, Jonathan. "Switchfoot 'This Is Your Life' Sheet Music in C# Minor - Download & Print". Musicnotes.com. Capitol Christian Music Group.
  3. ^ Foreman, Jonathan. "Switchfoot 'This Is Your Life' Guitar Tab in D Minor - Download & Print". Musicnotes.com. Capitol Christian Music Group.

External links

This page was last edited on 27 November 2020, at 00:38
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