Sting - Shape Of My Heart

About "Shape Of My Heart"

"Shape of My Heart" is a song by British musician Sting, released in August 1993 as the fifth single from his fourth solo album, Ten Summoner's Tales (1993). The song was co-written by guitarist Dominic Miller and features harmonica played by Larry Adler. It was used for the end credits of the 1994 film Léon, starring Jean Reno, Gary Oldman and Natalie Portman, and within the 1993 film Three of Hearts. Despite failing to reach the top 50 in the UK upon its release, it has become a pop classic and one of Sting's works most closely associated with his solo career. It has since been sampled in many tracks since its release, including "Shape" (2003) by Sugababes and "Rise & Fall" (2003) by Craig David (with Sting credited as a featured artist). Ann-Margret sang a cover over the opening credits of her 1996 movie Blue Rodeo. The song's guitar riff was also sampled by Nas for his track "The Message" in 1996 and Monica on her 1998 song "Take Him Back". It was also interpolated on Utada Hikaru's debut album First Love, the best-selling Japanese album of all time; Juice WRLD on the worldwide hit "Lucid Dreams" (2018); on "You’re Mines Still" (2020) by rapper BLEU and in "Parkstone Drive" by Russ.

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