Poom, a beautiful girl with no parents, rides gracefully with her friends cheering. When she heads to a ballroom party with her friend, she bumps into Neung, a handsome son of a former renowned diplomat, who just returned from overseas and was present at the party. Though Neung is very popular by pretty much every lady within the room, he falls in love right away when he spots Poom. He is unaware of the fact that he used to know her as she was the young girl that they'd bullied. After a dance with each other, Poom leaves him behind, which leaves him angry and embarrassed...
Runtime: 130 minutes
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“The One I Gave My Heart To” is an R&B/pop song by American singer Aaliyah. The song is the sixth and final single from Aaliyah's second album One in a Million. The song was written by Diane Warren and the album version was produced by Daryl Simmons, while the single version was produced by Guy Roche. The song is a ballad where the protagonist asks how could the man she gave her heart to be the same one who hurt her feelings so harshly. The song was released on September 16, 1997 as a double A-side with “Hot Like Fire”. “The One I Gave My Heart To” debuted on the US Billboard Hot 100 in the issue week of October 4, 1997 at number 24 and went on to peak at number 9, making it the highest-charting single from the album. In the same issue week, the song debuted on the US Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart at number 18 and went on to peak at number 7. The song was certified Gold by the RIAA on October 21, 1997.
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Written by Diane Warren, “The One I Gave My Heart To” is a power ballad with more prominent pop influences, which are more apparent in the single version, in contrast to her previous works which are more leaning towards R&B and hip hop. The song is composed in the key of G major and follows the verse-chorus form with Aaliyah doing improvisations at the ad-libbed last verse, marking the climax of the song. Like “Hot Like Fire”, the song was remixed for its single release. The pop-oriented single version has a key change to A♭ major and a dynamic shift towards rock power balladry instrumentation after the second chorus while the R&B-oriented album version maintains its original key and style. Aaliyah's vocal range spans from F#3 to F5 in the single version of the song. The song is arguably Aaliyah's most powerful vocal performance in which she showcased her belting range as she usually used her falsetto and lower register in most of her compositions. Warren spoke highly of Aaliyah's vocal performance, stating that “She could go where the Whitneys went. She wailed on that single I wrote for her. I write songs that challenge singers, and she rose to the occasion.”
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