Take That - Sure - Single Cover

“Sure” is a song by British boy band Take That, released as the lead single from their third studio album, Nobody Else (1995). It was written by Take That’s lead singer Gary Barlow and fellow band members Robbie Williams and Mark Owen. Released on 3 October 1994 by RCA and BMG, the song became the band’s fifth number one on the UK Singles Chart and has received a silver disc certification in the UK for selling over 200,000 copies. Q Magazine ranked “Sure” at number 86 in their list of the “1001 Best Songs Ever” in 2003. “Sure” was a commercial success, reaching number one on the UK Singles Chart and becoming the band’s fifth number-one single. “Sure” was one of the most played songs on British radio in 1994. The song was also a critical success, with many critics praising the song’s catchy melody and positive message. “Sure” is a classic Take That song that is sure to please fans of the band.

The song’s title was inspired by a conversation that Gary Barlow had with his wife, Dawn. “Sure” is a mid-tempo ballad with a catchy melody and a positive message about love. The song was inspired by the band’s experiences on their previous tour, during which they had seen many fans who had been through tough times. The lyrics are about the singer’s determination to win back the love of his life, even though she has left him. The song is full of optimism and hope, and it features some of Take That’s most memorable vocals. The music video for “Sure” was directed by Nigel Dick and features the band performing the song in a variety of locations, including a warehouse, a beach, and a rooftop. The video also features some scenes of the band members interacting with fans.

Take That – Sure – Lyrics