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For the 2007 single by Erasure, see I Could Fall in Love with You.
"I Could Fall in Love"
A cover art of an American singer Selena cropped into a frame inside the cover art of her single "I Could Fall in Love". The outer cover contains red roses.
Single by Selena
from the album Dreaming of You
Released 26 June 1995
Format Promotional recording, digital download
Recorded December 1994
Genre Pop, R&B, soul
Length 4:41
Label EMI Latin
Writer(s) Keith Thomas
Producer(s) Keith Thomas
Selena singles chronology
"El Chico del Apartamento 512"
(1995)
"I Could Fall in Love"
(1995)
"Tú Sólo Tú"
(1995)

"I Could Fall in Love" is a song recorded by American singer Selena for her fifth studio album, Dreaming of You (1995). The song was released posthumously by EMI Latin on 26 June 1995. "I Could Fall in Love" and "Tú Sólo Tú" were the album's lead promotional recordings, showcasing Selena's musical transition from Spanish- to English-language songs. The lyrics explore feelings of heartbreak and despair and express the singer's fear of rejection by a man she finds herself falling in love with. Composed by Keith Thomas, "I Could Fall in Love" is a pop ballad song with R&B, soul, pop and soft rock influences.

Critics praised the song for Selena's emotive enunciation, and some remarked on a similarity to songs recorded by Celine Dion, Brandy Norwood, and TLC. It received the Tejano Music Award for the Tejano Crossover Song of the Year, and the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) recognized it at the ASCAP Pop Music Awards as one of the most performed songs of 1995. The recording was named one of the best Tejano songs of 1995 by media outlets such as the Tejano Music Times, TVyNovelas, and Furia Musical.

The track was not released as a commercial single in the United States, where it was feared that it might sell more copies than the album itself. "I Could Fall in Love" peaked at number eight on the US Billboard Hot 100 Airplay chart, and at number one on the RPM Adult Contemporary and Latin Pop Airplay charts. It reached the top ten on the singles charts of Canada and New Zealand. It failed to acquire any certifications, despite Selena's murder several months earlier by her friend and former employee Yolanda Saldivar.

The accompanying music video, directed by Hector Galan, featured a montage of pictures and videos of live performances of Selena, which had been collected by her family. It, too, was released posthumously, and it received a Music Video of the Year nomination at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards. "I Could Fall in Love" became one of Selena's most famous and recognizable recordings, and in the 1990s it became a popular wedding song. Cover versions include recordings by Jennifer Lopez, Gloria Estefan, Lisa Leuschner, Karen Rodriguez, Solange Knowles and Ali-Ollie Woodson.

Background and release[edit]

Before Selena signed a recording contract in 1989 with EMI Latin,[1] she had hinted that she wanted to start recording in English.[2][3] She was asked to make three demonstration recordings for Charles Koppelman, chairman of EMI Records.[4] After reviewing them, Koppelman declined a crossover attempt, believing that Selena should first strengthen her fan base.[5] Later, after releasing five Spanish-language albums that all achieved unprecedented milestones in the Latin music industry,[1][6] Koppelman considered that Selena had reached her peak in the Spanish market, and he began preparations for a crossover album.[5][7]

Selena and her record-producer brother A.B. Quintanilla III[8] (usually known as A.B.) arrived in Nashville, Tennessee, intending to collaborate with producer-songwriter Keith Thomas. Thomas had prepared the instrumental parts for "I Could Fall in Love" but had not had time to complete the vocal parts, so he sang it for them. Selena and A.B. immediately liked it, and A.B. said that he wanted Selena to include it in her album. She recorded it in December 1994 at The Bennett House in Franklin, Tennessee, and Bill Whittington mixed it with assistance from Mike Corbett and Todd Moore. Although Selena had to return later when Thomas was able to provide additional vocals, Selena's husband Chris Perez, who had overseen the recording sessions, said that the recording was completed in one day.[9]

On 31 March 1995 Selena was murdered in Corpus Christi, Texas, by her friend and former employee Yolanda Saldivar.[10] Thomas later announced that he had been working on another track for Selena to record, telling Biography that the track remained unfinished.[11] "I Could Fall in Love" was released as the lead promotional recording for the 1995 album Dreaming of You on 26 June 1995,[12][13] at the same time as "Tú Sólo Tú", to demonstrate Selena's transition from Spanish- to English-language recordings.[9] "I Could Fall in Love" debuted on US radios on 15 June 1995 to contemporary hit radios, Top 40, and rhythmic contemporary airplay, while "Tú Sólo Tú" targeted Latin music radios such as Tejano, Latin pop, and regional Mexican airplay.[14][15] An editor from the Arizona Daily Star wrote that " '​I Could Fall in Love' ... seemed aimed more towards adult contemporary airplay than the R&B or Top-40 markets where Gloria Estefan scored well".[16]

"I Could Fall in Love" was released as a maxi single on 26 June 1995 in Australia[17] and Mexico[18] and on 10 August 1995 in Germany.[19] A maxi single featuring "Dreaming of You" and "Sukiyaki" was released in Japan. "Tú Sólo Tú" was released primarily to Spanish-speaking countries.[16] Fred Bronson of Billboard commented that if EMI Latin had released "I Could Fall in Love" as a single and it had debuted in the top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, then it would have been the first posthumous debut single to do so since "Pledging My Love" by Johnny Ace in 1955.[20]

Composition and lyrics[edit]

A sample of "I Could Fall in Love", a pop ballad and R&B number, which makes use of an electronic piano, a violin, and a flute in the background.

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"I Could Fall in Love" is a mid-tempo[21] pop ballad[22] and R&B[21] song with soul,[9] pop, and soft rock influences.[23] Mario Tarradell, an editorial writer for The Dallas Morning News, called the song a "mundane ballad".[24] It is set in common time and employs an electronic piano, a violin, and a flute in the background.[22] The instrumentation includes bass drum, keyboard, flamenco guitar,[21] Spanish guitar, and synthesizers.[16] "I Could Fall in Love" is written in the key of E major, to be played in a moderate groove at 78 half notes per minute. The vocal range of the melody extends from the note F3 to A4.[25] An editor from the Arizona Daily Star praised Selena's emotive vocalization and commented that Selena had recorded "I Could Fall in Love" as if she was experiencing déjà vu.[26] Sandy Masuo of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch wrote, "These songs ["I Could Fall in Love", "I'm Getting Used to You" and "Captive Heart"] were to be her armaments in the crossover war and, sure enough, they're catchy, state-of-the-art pop/R&B – but, despite the sublime melody of "I Could Fall in Love", strikingly anonymous."[27] An editor from the Contra Costa Times called the song a "jazzy ballad".[28] Donny Brusca's book BPM List 2006: Main Edition classified it as "light-adult contemporary".[29] Andrew Griffin of The Town Talk called it a "Tex-Mex (Texas-Mexico) pop" song.[30] Brian Galindo of BuzzFeed called the track a "melancholy ballad", believing that song brings out Selena's "emotional vulnerability" in the song.[31] This was echoed by Neon Tommy who wrote that the recording helped established Selena into the American mainstream market.[32]

"I Could Fall in Love" is similar to "Dreaming of You" in its lyrics.[24] Many media outlets, including the Milwaukee Journal and Billboard magazine, called them "confessional ballads",[33] with an emotionally vulnerable narrator who wants true love but finds it unattainable.[34] Tarradell believed "I Could Fall in Love" was an indirect response to Selena's father and manager Abraham Quintanilla, Jr., who forced her and Perez to end their relationship just because Perez was a rocker. Tarradell asserted that the words "I know it's not right but I guess I should try to do what I should do" were directed at Abraham and reflected Selena's realization of her independence.[35] Ramiro Burr of the San Antonio Express-News believed that Selena's 1992 song "Missing My Baby" shared similarities with "I Could Fall in Love" in expressing uncontrollable "adrenalin-fueled love". Burr later wrote that the difference in "I Could Fall in Love" is that the lyrics are recorded with "powerful agony" which forces the narrator to "fall into a phase of deep loneliness" because her lover may or may not reciprocate her feelings.[36]

The first verse of "I Could Fall in Love" implores the object of the singer's desire to walk away, because her emotions are too overpowering and she feels love of unprecedented intensity. She fears that by allowing him to stay attached, she may "lose control". Selena believes that her infatuation can lead to romantic love. She then sings "I could fall in love (in love) with you" before wondering how she would feel if she were to touch him for the first time. The fear of being rejected and unloved leads her to keep her feelings to herself,[32] and she begins to believe that her love is "not right". She continues, "and I guess I should try / to do what I should do / but I could fall in love / fall in love with you". During the midpoint break, Selena sings in Spanish that she is always dreaming about him, imagining that he loves her. She sings the chorus twice before the song comes to an end without her ever having come to terms with her loved one.[25]

Critical reception[edit]

Reviews[edit]

"I Could Fall in Love" received a generally positive response from music critics, who commented on its similarities to songs recorded by other artists. Ed Morales of Vibe magazine felt that, because of its syncopated drums, "I Could Fall in Love" had a "Jon Secada-like feel",[37] and it reminded Tarradell of songs recorded by American singer Brandy Norwood and by the trio TLC.[24] An editor from the Star-News thought the song had "a whiff of" Celine Dion.[38] James Hunter, also from Vibe, praised Selena's astute interpretation, calling it a "masterpiece" and commenting that Selena's death made the track more difficult to listen to.[39] Larry Flick of Billboard described "I Could Fall in Love" as an "optimistic love song" that left "melancholy thoughts of what might have been" in the mind of the listener.[40] John Lannert, also from Billboard, conceived "I Could Fall in Love" as a "sensuous narrative" recording[41] and a "seductive romantic confessional".[42] Tarradell, writing in The Beaver County Times, called it a "crossover staple".[43]

Mary Talbot of the New York Daily News, praised Selena's "soft, velvety voice".[33] Angie Pérez Dávila of Noticieros Televisa predicted that "I Could Fall in Love" would make Selena popular in the United States.[44] A San Jose Mercury News reporter wrote that "I Could Fall in Love" and "Dreaming of You" helped Selena to become "the new Gloria Estefan",[45] and Richard Torres of Newsday considered both these songs to be romantic anthems.[46] Enrique Fernandez of the Sun Sentinel described "I Could Fall in Love" as "beautiful".[47] An editor from The Sacramento Bee called the song a "Latin-influenced R&B lite".[21] Because of its "overly simplistic and repetitive lyrics", Ramiro Burr of the San Antonio Express-News assessed "I Could Fall in Love" as the "weakest track" of Dreaming of You.[48]

More recently, Elizabeth Rodriguez Kessler and Anne Perrin wrote in their 2007 book Chican@s in the Conversations that "I Could Fall in Love" was a "clean pop offering".[49] Joey Guerra of the Houston Chronicle commented in 2008 that it had "made the Tejano goddess a posthumous crossover star".[50] On 31 March 2010, Teresa Jusino of Popmatters expressed the view that English-speaking music fans no longer remember Selena's name, saying that on playing "Dreaming of You" or "I Could Fall in Love", many would say "I remember that song!" or "I love that one!".[51]

Recognition and accolades[edit]

"I Could Fall in Love" was nominated for "Song of the Year" at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards, and won the Tejano Crossover Songs of the Year,[52] while the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP) recognized "I Could Fall in Love" as one of the most performed songs of 1995 at the 4th ASCAP Pop Music Awards.[53] Included among Selena's three top-five singles, "I Could Fall in Love", helped to make her runner-up to Shania Twain on UU-BRU Radio Playlist's "Top Female Act of the Year" in 1995.[54] About.com's "Best Latin Love Songs" placed "I Could Fall in Love" at number two.[55] "I Could Fall in Love" was named one of the best Tejano songs of 1995 by the Tejano Music Times,[56] TVyNovelas,[57] and Furia Musical.[58] El Norte went even further and named it the best English Tejano song of the decade.[59]

In OC Weekly, "I Could Fall in Love" is placed at number 7 on their "Top 10 Selena songs of All time" list.[60] BuzzFeed placed "I Could Fall in Love" at number five on their list of "The 15 Greatest Selena Songs of All Time".[31] Latina magazine placed "I Could Fall in Love" at number three on their "Remembering Selena: Her Top Ten Songs" list.[61] Ashley Velez of Neon Tommy ranked the recording number two on her list of the "Top 5 Selena Songs".[32]

Chart performance[edit]

Davitt Sigerson, the president and CEO of EMI records, feared that "I Could Fall in Love" might sell more copies than the album itself, so he did not issue the single as a commercial release.[62] Therefore it was not eligible for the Billboard Hot 100 chart.[63][64] "I Could Fall in Love" debuted at number 4 on the Hot Latin Tracks chart on 1 July 1995[65][66] and peaked at number 2 the following week, becoming the highest-ever English-language song on that chart. "Tú Sólo Tú" and "I Could Fall in Love" occupied the first and second positions respectively on Hot Latin Tracks for five consecutive weeks.[67] Selena thus became the first artist to place both a Spanish- and an English-language song in the top 10 of the Hot Latin Tracks chart.[42] "I Could Fall in Love" became the fifth best-charting song from that chart in 1995[68] and remained the highest-charting English-language song for two years, until Celine Dion's 1998 single "My Heart Will Go On" surpassed it when it peaked at number 1.[69]

On the Regional Mexican Songs chart, "I Could Fall in Love" was at number 5 for two consecutive weeks from 1 July 1995,[70][71] and it peaked at number 1 on the Latin Pop Airplay chart of 19 August 1995 for one week.[72] Entering at number 13 on the Latin Tropical/Salsa Airplay chart of 15 July 1995,[73] the song peaked at number 4 there five weeks later, on 26 August 1995.[74] "I Could Fall in Love" debuted at number 46 on the Hot 100 Airplay chart issue dated 8 July 1995[75] and peaked eight weeks later at number 8 on 2 September 1995.[76] By entering the Adult Contemporary Tracks chart at number 37 on 29 July 1995, the recording received a "Hot Shot Debut" as the highest debut of the week.[77] It ran at number 14 for three consecutive weeks starting on 21 October 1995.[78]

"I Could Fall in Love" reached number 17 on the Adult Top 40 chart[79] and number 3 on the Hot 100 Recurrent Airplay chart on 23 December 1995.[80] The performance entered the Hot Adult Contemporary Recurrent chart on 27 January 1996 at number 6[16] and achieved the same on the Rhythmic Top 40. Number 15 was its highest position on the Mainstream Top 40 chart.[79] In New Zealand, "I Could Fall in Love" debuted at number 36 on the New Zealand Top 40 chart on 10 October 1995 and peaked at number 10 in the week ending 19 November 1995, its fifth week on the chart.[81] In Canada, "I Could Fall in Love" debuted at number 55 on the RPM Adult Contemporary chart of 24 July 1995.[82] By 6 November 1995 it was number one.[83] On 21 August 1995 it entered at number 94 on the RPM Top Singles chart,[84] and in October, after eleven weeks, it reached number 10 for two consecutive weeks.[85][86] In Japan, on 12 November 1995, "I Could Fall in Love" debuted and peaked at number 37 on the Tokyo Hot 100.[87]

Music video[edit]

Directed by Hector Galan, the music video accompanying the song featured a montage of pictures and videos of live performances by Selena that had been collected by her family. It was released posthumously and received a Music Video of the Year nomination at the 1996 Tejano Music Awards.[52][88][89] This promotional video reached number 11 on the Billboard Video Monitor VH1 Top Music Videos list, number 6 on The BOX Video List,[64] number 10 on the MOR Music list, and number 3 on the California Music Channel (CMC) list of most popular music videos.[90]

Cultural impact[edit]

"I Could Fall in Love" dominated the Top 40 radio stations,[22][91][92] a fact that was well received by critics.[91][93] The song was given heavy rotation in the southern United States,[94] becoming the most played song in Kansas City, Miami, and Boston and the second most played in Los Angeles.[95] In Tucson, Arizona, it was played every 2½ hours,[26] and in San Antonio every hour.[96] It helped increase Selena's catalogue sales and simultaneously boosted media attention.[41] The song's release sparked a two-day "on-air blitz" on radios in South Texas.[97] In Riverside, California, program directors reported that "I Could Fall in Love" was one of the three hits they were plaing most often on their radio stations.[98] A San Antonio disc jockey told The Victoria Advocate about the overwhelming response received from the English-speaking audience, who were constantly calling her radio station asking for "I Could Fall in Love".[12]

"Dreaming of You" and "I Could Fall in Love" were EMI Records' top selling digital downloads from 1 April 2004 to 31 March 2005.[99] "I Could Fall in Love" became one of Selena's most widely recognized recordings.[22][51] It rapidly became popular as a wedding song,[55][100] causing it to become one of Selena's most famous songs. Her English-speaking audience increased substantially as a result of its widespread popularity.[95][101][102] Amanda Edwards of Voxxi.com called it "one of the most popular Latin love songs of all time", adding that, "from her sweet voice to the genuine sentiment of the song (with a hint of sexiness if you're listening carefully), we're sold on this track being a solid standby any time of year but especially for someone hoping for romance on Valentine's Day".[103] A ten-second instrumental of the recording was featured on the 4 February 1998 episode of Dexter's Laboratory.[104]

Covers[edit]

Puerto Rican-American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez[105] (left) and Cuban-American singer Gloria Estefan (right) have covered the song as a tribute to Selena

Singers of various genres have covered the song in their own styles. Puerto Rican-American singer and actress Jennifer Lopez lip-synced the track for her portrayal of the title role in the 1997 biographical film Selena,[106] which was praised by critics. Reviewing the film's opening, a Wichita Eagle writer described the song as "hauntingly lovely" and said that it expressed the feelings of Selena's fans.[107] Lopez included "I Could Fall in Love" in the set list for her Lets Get Loud Tour in 2001 at the Roberto Clemente Coliseum in San Juan, Puerto Rico,[108] and on 11 February 2003 she included the song in her live video album Jennifer Lopez: Let's Get Loud.[105] Cuban singer Gloria Estefan performed a cover version during the Selena ¡VIVE! concert in 2005;[109][110] Tarradell commented in The Dallas Morning News that it had been a "lovely rendition".[111] Puerto Rican singer Ana recorded the song for her album Amor Latino.[112] The Korean singer Im Tae Kyung performed a slower pop ballad version that incorporates a guitar as its musical foundation.[113] A reggae-inspired version of the song appeared on Fiona's Best of Sweet Love.[114]

Season three American Idol contestant Lisa Leuschner included the song in her album Reality.[115] In Kumbia Kings' third compilation album Duetos (2005), Selena's brother A.B. Quintanilla III recorded "I Could Fall in Love" as a Spanglish duet with Selena.[116] For the album Familia RMM Recordando a Selena, recorded by various artists in 1996, Los Jovenes Del Barrio performed a cover of the song.[117] Season 10 American Idol contestant Karen Rodriguez performed "I Could Fall in Love" during the "top 13" episode, receiving unfavorable reviews from critics who considered the song too powerful for her.[118][119] American Idol alumna Katie Stevens wrote to The Hollywood Reporter, claiming that the judges on the show had judged Rodriguez too harshly and calling Rodriguez the "new Selena".[120]

American singer-songwriter Solange Knowles included the song in the set list for her 2013 world tour, which has received praise from music critics.[121] Joey Guerra of the Houston Chronicle wrote that Knowles had "put a lovely, downtempo twist on 'I Could Fall in Love '​".[122] Michael O'Connell of the Hollywood Reporter called Knowles' rendition a "fangirl cover".[123] Writing in the San Francisco Weekly, Erin Browner considered Knowles' cover the "highlight of the night" when she performed it at the start of her US tour. Browner commented that the "combination of sexy Solange and Selena's epic love song was almost too much for the audience to handle" and that "people immediately whipped out their phones to record (yep, it's already on YouTube) and/or just plain cried the lyrics along with her".[124]

Formats and track listings[edit]

Credits and personnel[edit]

Credits adapted from Dreaming of You album liner notes.[127]

Charts[edit]

Release and radio history[edit]

Country Date Format Label
United States[14][15] 15 June 1995 Contemporary hit radio, Top 40, rhythmic contemporary airplay EMI Latin
26 June 1995 Promotional recording
Mexico[18]
Australia[126] Maxi single
Japan[126]
Germany[19] 10 August 1995 CD single
France[134] 18 July 1995 digital download
Japan[135] 25 February 1999
United Kingdom[136] 24 September 2002

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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Books[edit]

  • Cox, Bill; Franz, Janie (2001). The Ultimate Wedding Reception Book. Bill Cox. p. 120. ISBN 0-9715082-0-8 

External links[edit]

Awards and achievements titles
Preceded by
"Gata sin Luna" by Ednita Nazario
U. S. Billboard Latin Pop Airplay number-one single
19–26 August 1995
Succeeded by
"Agua Dulce, Agua Salá" by Julio Iglesias
Preceded by
"Can I Touch You ... There?" by Michael Bolton
Canadian RPM Adult Contemporary number-one single
30 October 1995 – 13 November 1995
Succeeded by
"Runaway" by Janet Jackson

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