Bruno Mars Sings His Angst Out in 'It Will Rain' From 'Breaking Dawn'


Bruno Mars Sings His Angst Out in 'It Will Rain' From 'Breaking Dawn'


The 'Lazy Song' singer gets melodramatic in the first official single from 'The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I' soundtrack album.

Bruno Mars' brand new single "It Will Rain" from "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" has finally made its way out for Twihards' listening pleasure. The "Grenade" crooner belts out heartfelt lyrics about the girl he falls hard for. He describes the pain he will have to endure if he loses the love of his life.

"If you ever leave me baby/ Leave some morphine at my door/ Cause it would take a whole lot of medication/ To realize what we used to have/ We don't have it anymore," he sings. "There's no religion that could save me ... So keep in mind all the sacrifices I'm makin'/ Will keep you by my side/ Will keep you from walkin' out the door."

Things get more dramatic when it reaches the chorus. "Cause there'll be no more sunlight, if I lose you, baby/ There'll be no clear skies, if I lose you, baby/ Just let the clouds, my eyes will do the same if you walk away/ Everyday, it will rain," the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter wails over the ballad tune.

Talking to Billboard about the song, Bruno said, "The 'Twilight' movies for me (are) a love story. But it's a dark love story. And I think the best way to describe the song is: it's the darker side of love. I think that pretty much sums it up." Recalling the creative process, he shared, "[It] started off with me and the guitar... and I just had this melody in my head and basically laid it down after I saw the film."

"Breaking Dawn Part I" soundtrack album will be released in the United States on November 8. It contains fifteen tracks with Iron & Wine's "Flightless Bird, American Mouth" serving as the wedding song. Although this CD features no music from leading actor Robert Pattinson, it still has contribution from another cast. Mia Maestro who plays Carmen of the Denali Coven will sing a song called "Llovera".

"Breaking Dawn" itself will follow Edward and Bella Swan as they take their romance to the next level. Their newfound marriage bliss, however, is cut short when Bella finds out about her pregnancy and suffers a great deal of pain. Also, the arrival of their daughter sets in motion a perilous chain of events that pits the Cullens and their allies against the fearsome council of vampire leaders.

The last chapter in the "Twilight" series, "Breaking Dawn" is split into two parts. "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part I" will hit U.S. theaters on November 18, while "The Twilight Saga's Breaking Dawn Part II" is set for November 16, 2012 release. Pattinson and Kristen Stewart will reprise their roles as Edward and Bella respectively.



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