How Do I Live by LeAnn Rimes (Rise to Fame 2012) by 10 Yr-old Sierra

By: Sierra Rayman


Uploaded on May 07, 2012 by Sierra Rayman Powered by YouTube

PLEASE LIKE, FAVOURITE, SUBSCRIBE and, SHARE!!! - 10 year old Sierra from Toronto, Canada sings "How Do I Live" in the style of Leann Rimes as part of her performance during Centennial Street Festival's Rise To Fame Show by the Markham Youth Council at Centennial Community Centre in Markham, Ontario on May 5, 2012. "How Do I Live" is the title of a song written by Diane Warren. It was originally recorded by LeAnn Rimes in 1997 and shortly afterward by Trisha Yearwood. Both versions were released on May 27, 1997. The song was originally intended for release as a single for the 1997 action blockbuster Con Air soundtrack. According to Rimes, Warren wrote the song for her to sing and promised it to Rimes "no matter what." Disney (who owns Touchstone Pictures) felt Rimes' version was too pop feeling over it and because she was fourteen it was believed that she was too young. Trisha Yearwood was chosen for the re-record of the song. Yearwood's version was released on May 27, 1997 to country radio and appeared in the film. When Rimes heard of the release, she quickly released her version on the same day to mainstream pop radio. Neither Rimes' or Yearwood's version of the song was included on the soundtrack for the film.
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