"Goodbye My Lover" featured a music video that was directed by Sam Brown and was filmed on 28 October 2005 in Los Angeles.
In the video Blunt is featured sitting in a darkened room by himself, reflecting on a past relationship.
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He was immediately given a strong mid-card push, and it took just four months for him to win the WWE United States Championship.
And while that would usually suggest a big-time push in the making, he’s mostly been running in place in the mid-card, and had even been mentioned by WWE Chairman Vince Mc Mahon as someone who can’t connect with audiences, or, in Vince’s words, someone who can’t capture those so-called “brass rings.” “You can’t really reason or explain something, because once people get a certain impression, that’s really hard to change.
"Goodbye My Lover" is a song written by English songwriter James Blunt and Sacha Skarbek, for Blunt's debut album Back to Bedlam.
The song was produced by Tom Rothrock and Jimmy Hogarth and recorded in the home of actress Carrie Fisher.
It also reached the top ten in Sweden, Australia and France.
In the United States, "Goodbye My Lover" had modest success on the Billboard singles chart, where it reached number 66 on the Billboard Hot 100 due to digital downloads, even though the single was not yet released in the U. The song was formally released in the United States on 7 November 2006.
Lineups for house shows booked that far into the future are always subject to change, after all.
But with two angstful Twitter posts in the same week once again hinting at what could be some real-life frustration, the rumors of Cesaro leaving WWE are swirling once again.
Other tag teams such as The New Day and Luke Gallows/Karl Anderson are also pictured in the WWE Live poster, same with the currently-injured Finn Balor.
As the show is more than five months away, anything can happen in terms of WWE storylines.
On Friday, Cesaro had taken to Twitter once again to share a photo of a WWE Live poster advertising shows in Zurich, Switzerland and Stuttgart, Germany in May 2017.