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I feel like this is the only place that my soul can rest. Sunday Morning was performed on The Late Show in early Talk show host Jimmy Kimmel speaks his mind The lovable frat boy of late-night put comedy on hold when his on-air story about his son's fight for life became a call to action on healthcare Diana Rigg on life before and after "The Avengers" RuPaul: Retrieved December 21, When the first verse starts, Stefani's ex-lover Terry Hall walks by the house before sitting down on a swing. Hymns for Disco Yes! From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
The video also features Canadian actress Rachel Blanchard , as one of the karaoke singers. The song has also been featured on the soundtracks of Something's Gotta Give and Love Actually although the latter was the 1. Additionally, it is featured on the Xbox karaoke game Lips , as downloadable content. The acoustic version of the song is featured in the film Cheaper by the Dozen 2.
The song appeared in the television series Third Watch. The song was also used in the South Korean television commercial of GM Chevrolet Malibu , as well as Jollibee brand of quick service restaurants in the Philippines. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Jesse Carmichael Adam Levine.
Retrieved August 31, Retrieved April 1, February 05, to February 12, ". Archived from the original on December 19, Retrieved December 21, Australian Recording Industry Association. Kenneth Partridge of Billboard appreciated Gwen "constantly gaining and losing the upper hand in her romantic adventures".
In a poll held by Rolling Stone , Brittany Spanos asked readers to vote on "The 10 Best Gwen Stefani Songs"; "Sunday Morning" took fourth place and its consensus stated "Stefani is a powerhouse on the raucous, bitter single. In the United States, the song did not enter the Billboard Hot due to restrictions in place at the time, but entered the Mainstream Top 40 component chart, where it peaked at number An accompanying music video for the song was directed by Sophie Muller and premiered in ;  Muller was initially asked to produce a video for Tragic Kingdom' s lead single " Just a Girl ", but nothing came of it.
In a interview with OC Weekly , Muller spoke of the result of the single's music video:. It's the most honest—where they are all hang out together, that feels very real to me. They all get on and they're very good friends and have very different lives.
When I met them some of them were still living with their parents! Well, some of them. They hang on to each other in the sense of that when they got huge across the world, there was already a sense of family between them. The video was filmed at Gwen Stefani's grandparents' house in Anaheim, California , in a one-day shoot. Band member Dumont stated that the video "was really normal for us before this weird success", listing their routine of rehearsing in a garage and later having a big dinner and how that was average for them.
The video commences with a scene of the band beginning to perform the song in a house's detached garage. When the first verse starts, Stefani's ex-lover Terry Hall walks by the house before sitting down on a swing. At the store, she purchases four cans of tomato sauce , and quickly leaves. Meanwhile, Dumont, Kanal, and Young prepare a large dinner for the band as Stefani reenters the home.
Stefani slices tomatoes, Dumont cooks some spaghetti noodles, Kanal cuts up a few onions, and Young sets the table. At the song's bridge, Stefani accidentally cuts herself with a knife and Kanal drops a pot of pasta sauce; both of them promptly clean up their messes as dinner is served.