- Cross My Heart (Marianas Trench song)
"Cross My Heart" Single by Marianas Trench from the album Masterpiece Theatre Released December 2008 (CAN); August 24, 2010 (US) Format CD Recorded August 2008 Genre Pop punk, alternative rock Length 3:10 Label 604 Writer(s) Josh Ramsay Certification 2x Platinum (CRIA) Marianas Trench singles chronology "Shake Tramp"
"Cross My Heart"
"All To Myself" (2009)
Shot in Vancouver, Canada, the music video starts off with Josh Ramsay singing to the a woman that he is following throughout the course of the video. While going down the street, people start to hear the song, and follow along. From painters and construction workers, to teenagers from the streets, they all form a parade with the rest of the band playing on a float. In the final the woman being followed takes out her headphones, and hears Josh singing to her. She turns around and sees the crowd cheering and applauding to her. She invites him in, the song ends and the crowd stops cheering.
- Was the "Best Comeback" on the January 31 issue on the Canadian Hot 100.
- Was the "Sales Gainer" on the February 14 issue on the Canadian Hot 100.
- Was certified 2x Platinum in Canada with 80,000 digital downloads across the country
"Cross My Heart" first debuted at #54 on the Canadian Hot 100 and then rose #41 the next week, but then fell off the chart two weeks later. On the issue of January 31 it made a re-entry on the chart at #42 and was the "Best Comeback" and climbed to #16, and was the "Sales Gainer" on the issue of February of 14, since then it has peaked at #15.
Canadian Hot 100 15
Josh Ramsay • Matt Webb • Mike Ayley • Ian Casselman
Steve Marshall • Morgan Hampsted
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