Lifehouse - Whatever It Takes

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Music video by Lifehouse performing Whatever It Takes.

(C) 2007 Geffen Records


"Whatever It Takes" is a song by American alternative band Lifehouse. It is the second single released from their fourth studio album, Who We Are (2007).

The song was written by Lifehouse lead singer Jason Wade and American record producer Jude Cole. When discussing the song, Wade felt that the message of the song dealt with how difficult it could be to be in a relationship.

It was first released with the band's fourth studio album Who We Are on June 18, 2007 and was then solicited to mainstream radio on November 13, 2007. It is a moderately slow pop-rock ballad that has influences of adult alternative.

"Whatever It Takes" received positive reviews from critics who commended the song's chorus. It was a commercial success in the United States and charted in the top 40 on several charts in the country.

The song's music video, directed by Frank Borin, premiered on Yahoo! Music on November 15, 2007.

According to the behind-the-scenes video, the song features the use of pyrotechnics all throughout the video. When asked about the idea behind the video, Wade said, "The whole concept of this video and just stuff exploding and breaking with my performance to the camera; it's almost like my performance is trying to salvage a relationship together. The imagery of stuff breaking and falling apart; its almost like the whole world shattering around you, but you're trying to keep it alive."

The video focuses solely on lead singer, Jason Wade, as the rest of the band members do not appear in the video. 
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