When You're Falling

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"When You're Falling"
When You're Falling Afro Celt.jpg
Single by Afro Celt Sound System featuring Peter Gabriel
from the album Volume 3: Further in Time
Released2001
Genre World
Length5:14 (Album version)
3:44 (Single version)
Label Real World
Songwriter(s)
Producer(s) Simon Emmerson
Afro Celt Sound System singles chronology
"Release"
(2000)
"When You're Falling"
(2001)
Peter Gabriel singles chronology
"While the Earth Sleeps"
(1996)
"When You're Falling"
(2001)
"The Barry Williams Show"
(2002)

"When You're Falling" is a song by world music group Afro Celt Sound System, released as the first single from the band's third studio album Volume 3: Further in Time . The song features vocals from British singer Peter Gabriel.

Contents

The song's music video, directed by Adam Berg, [1] features a man falling from the sky until he eventually falls through the ground, where he continues to fall until he eventually falls out of Earth. Peter Gabriel appears three times during the music video, as an airplane pilot, a man inside a building and a man walking on the street, all of them witnessing the man falling at one point.

Track listing

CD single (UK)

  1. "When You're Falling" (Short radio edit) – 3:44
  2. "When You're Falling" (Wren & Morley Mix) – 4:35
  3. "When You're Falling" (Album version) – 5:16
  4. "When You're Falling" (video)

Promo CD single (UK)

  1. "When You're Falling" (Short radio edit) – 3:40
  2. "When You're Falling" (Long radio edit) – 4:14

Promo CD single (US)

  1. "When You're Falling" (Short radio edit) – 3:40
  2. "When You're Falling" (Long radio edit) – 4:14
  3. "When You're Falling" (Album version) – 5:14
  4. Call-out hook

Charts

Chart performance for "When You're Falling"
Chart (2001)Peak
position
Netherlands (Single Top 100) [2] 86
UK Singles Chart [3] 139
US Adult Top 40 ( Billboard ) [4] 27

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