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Watch Music video by Cher performing If I Could Turn Back Time. (C) Geffen Records 1989 Official Video Remastered, Widescreen, 5.1 Directed by Marty Callner CherOfficialWebsite:http://www.cher.com/?frontpage=true CherFacebook:https://www.facebook.com/cher CherAMAZON:http://www.amazon.com/Cher/e/B000APVS9M CherVEVO:https://www.youtube.com/user/CherVEVO/videos CherLYRICS:http://www.azlyrics.com/c/cher.html If I Could Turn Back Time If I could turn back time If I could find a way Id take back those words that hurt you and youd stay I dont know why I did the things I did I dont know why I said the things I said Prides like a knife it can cut deep inside Words are like weapons they wound sometimes. I didnt really mean to hurt you I didnt wanna see you go I know I made you cry, but baby [Chorus:] If I could turn back time If I could find a way Id take back those words that hurt you And youd stay If I could reach the stars Id give them all to you Then youd love me, love me Like you used to do If I could turn back time My world was shattered I was torn apart Like someone took a knife and drove it deep in my heart You walked out that door I swore that I didnt care But I lost everything darling then and there Too strong to tell you I was sorry Too proud to tell you I was wrong I know that I was blind, and ooh... [Chorus] Ooohh If I could turn back time If I could turn back time If I could turn back time ooh baby I didnt really mean to hurt you I didnt want to see you go I know I made you cry Ooohh [Chorus #2] If I could turn back time If I could find a way Id take back those words that hurt you If I could reach the stars Id give them all to you Then youd love me, love me Like you used to do If I could turn back time (turn back time) If I could find a way (find a way) Then baby, maybe, maybe Youd stay [to fade] Reach the stars If I could reach the stars If I Could Turn Back Time is a song written by Diane Warren and was released on June 1, 1989 as the second North American and first European single release from American singer/actress Chers twentieth album, Heart of Stone by Geffen Records. If I Could Turn Back Time was seen as a major comeback for Cher in the late 1980s. The song charted at number 1 in Australia and Norway, number 3 in the United States and number 6 in the United Kingdom. If I Could Turn Back Time was very successful and it became Chers second consecutive number 1 in the Billboard Adult Contemporary chart. It topped the charts in two countries and it became a top ten hit in nearly ten countries. The video for If I Could Turn Back Time takes place on board the battleship USS Missouri, where Cher sings to a large group of sailors. This video was filmed on July 1, 1989 while the ship was stationed at the former Long Beach Naval Shipyard at Pier D along with the crew. In the music video, the band plays on the foredeck, and the whole vessel is rigged with spotlights, light racks and strobes. The crew is on the deck, waving with the rhythm. Chers outfit for the original video a fishnet body stocking under a very revealing black one-piece bathing suit (similar to the outfit Paula Abdul wore in the Cold Hearted video which was released around the same time) caused some controversy, and many television networks refused to show the video. In 1989 the MTV network banned the video and later played it only after 9 p.m. A censored video was made, including new scenes, and showing less explicitly sexual content than the original. In 2000, a remix was released, which was recorded during her previous tour, Do You Believe?. In 2003, Cher released her Living Proof: Farewell Tour concert on DVD which included an official If I Could Turn Back Time remix video. Chers son, Elijah Blue Allman, only twelve at the time, makes an appearance in the video, playing a guitar (he wears dark glasses and a Jimi Hendrix T-shirt). Additionally, Chers second husband and Elijahs father, Gregg Allman, also makes an appearance on guitar.

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