Clay Aiken – It’s All About Love

“All About Love”
We’ve got CD sets and videos, radio and TV shows
Conferences, retreats and seminars
We’ve got books and magazines to read on everything from A to Z
And a web to surf from anywhere we are
But I hope with all this information buzzing through our brains
That we will not let our hearts forget the most important thing

Is love, love, love, love, love
It’s all about love, love, love, love, love
Everything else comes down to this
Nothing any higher on the list than love
It’s all about love

This beautiful love song was written by Steven Curtis Chapman. It was released in January, 2003 on the album, All About Love.  The song was dedicated to his wife, Mary Beth.

Chapman a a popular Christian singer and songwriter.  His music statistics are amazing.

  1. He has sold more than 10 million albums.
  2. He has 10 Gold or Platinum albums.
  3. He has won 5 Grammys, 58 Dove Awards, and 1 American Music Award.

Chapman loves to tour and is on the road almost every year!

Do you remember when Clay Aiken sang All About Love?  Clay sang the lively song on his Independent Tour  in 2004.  It was always a popular song on tour and the audience seemed to enjoy Clay performing the song.

It’s always fun to see one of the older performances from Clay!

I hope you enjoy this video!

WOW…Sixteen Years Ago!!

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Comments

  1. Haven’t heard this song for a long time! I love how Angela, Quiana and Jacob motivate Clay to dance! He has the moves! Happy Sunday all!

  2. wow we sixteen years ago I sure haven't herd this song in such a verrylong time thanks for the video and the pictures

  3. I remember seeing Clay on the Independent Tour wearing that strange jacket with one blue sleeve. The crowd went wild when he came singing from the back of the auditorium. Good memories.

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