But I bet you if they only knew (they don't know) They Don't Know About Us is the twelfth track from One Direction's album Take Me Home. One Direction (commonly abbreviated to 1D) is a UK-Irish boy group. Baby, they don't know about, they don't know about us They don't know about the things we do They don't know about the "I love yous" But I bet you if they only knew They would just be jealous of us They don't know about the up all night They don't know I've waited all my life Just to find a … It's between me and you, our little secret "The Swedish-style songwriting: melody first" was predominantly utilised, according to Time correspondent Douglas Wolk. In March 2012, Tom Fletcher (McFly frontman) confirmed that he would be writing a song for the album, having previously written "I Want", for the band's debut album Up All Night. [27][28] "Little Things" was released in the UK and Ireland on 12 November 2012, as the second single. Its opening sales denote the biggest opening sales figure for a single by a non-US artist and the third ever for a download by a group, surpassed by the arrivals of Maroon 5's 2012 single, "Payphone" (493,000), and The Black Eyed Peas' 2009 single, "Boom Boom Pow" (465,000). They don’t know about the things we do Announced by member Liam Payne at the 2012 BRIT Awards in early 2012, the original concert tour was billed as the UK & Ireland Arena Tour. In 2012, One Direction revealed that a follow-up release to their debut album, Up All Night (2011), was in development. [86] It was certified platinum in Australia in its first week by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA) and has since been certified double platinum for a shipment of 140,000 copies. 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They would just be jealous of us One Direction Wiki is a FANDOM Music Community. Directed by Dewon Baker. People say we shouldn’t be together But I bet you if they only knew (they don't know) [8] In addition, after viewing the international success of "What Makes You Beautiful", the trio conceptualised songs "that kids could play on guitar and cover on YouTube. [80] In the Netherlands, the album debuted at number one on 17 November 2012, and shipped 25,000 copies in its first day of release. [Zayn] Fifth Harmony covered this song on the Bop & Tiger Beat office. They Don't Know About Us is a song by One Direction, from their sophomore album, Take Me Home. They Don't Know Lyrics: Heard about my past, things I used to do / The games I used to play, the girls that didn't last / I know what's on your mind, think I'm doin' wrong / Can I say what is real? [Zayn] This song is about a relationship being … In October 1983 Tracey Ullman reached number two on the UK Singles Chart with her recording of "They Don't Know" for Stiff Records: the track would be included on Ullman's debut album You Broke My Heart in 17 Places. Tracey Ullman (born Trace Ullman; 30 December 1959) is a British-American actress, comedian, singer, writer, producer, and director. [Zayn] Just to find a love that feels this right [5], In April 2012, The Independent reported that Simon Cowell, the group's manager, had challenged prominent songwriters to compete for space on One Direction's second album. They don’t know about the "I love you"’s In June 2012, Ed Sheeran confirmed he had written two songs with the band, "Little Things" and "Over Ag… It became popular on radio in the United Kingdom, reaching #2 on the Music Week airplay chart. Niall : They don’t know what we do best That’s between me and you our little secret. [20], Alexis Petridis, a music journalist, interpreted its signature sound as a "peppy, synth-bolstered take on early-80s new-wave pop, heavy on clipped rhythms and chugging guitars," which, he said, is at least an improvement on the substitute R&B "that was once the grim lot of the boyband. It is a protest song and remains one of the most controversial pieces Jackson ever composed. I wanna tell the world that you're mine girl And this album has made me think it's probably just easier to give in and enjoy it". 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In February 2012, One Direction expressed interest in workin… [39] The album's accompanying concert tour, the Take Me Home Tour, commenced at London's O2 Arena on 23 February 2013. Cause this love is only getting stronger [42][43] In mid-2012, the concert tour expanded with legs in North America and Australasia following the band's international breakthrough. Larry Stylinson is the ship name for Louis Tomlinson and Harry Styles Larry Stylinson is the most beautiful love in the 21st century.Has Louis ever denied his relationship with Harry? [46] In Australian and New Zealand markets, tickets grossed US$15.7 million, with all 190,000 tickets being sold for eighteen shows to be held in Australia and New Zealand. Largely recorded and composed in Sweden during 2012, Savan Kotecha, Rami Yacoub and Carl Falk, who composed One Direction's hits, "What Makes You Beautiful" and "One Thing", spent six months in Stockholm developing songs for the album, and were able to shape melodies around the members' tones. So I don’t wanna wait any longer Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. [34] In addition, One Direction promoted the album in a series of live appearances from October toward December, notably on television programmes The X Factor USA,[35] The X Factor UK,[citation needed] The Today Show,[citation needed] and the BBC's Children in Need 2012 telethon. Its debut marks the highest bow by a British group and the second-highest debut among all UK acts, outpaced only by Elton John's number one arrival with "Candle in the Wind 1997". [78][79] It has been certified double platinum by the Federation of the Italian Music Industry (FIMI), indicating sales of 60,000 copies. [36] Additional live appearances include at the Royal Variety Performance, in the presence of Queen Elizabeth II,[37] the Bambi Awards,[38] and a headlining sold-out show at New York City's Madison Square Garden. But I say they don’t know what they're talk-talk-talkin’ about (talk-talk-talkin’ about) [49] Matt Collar from AllMusic described it as an "immediately catchy mix of dancey pop that maximizes the group's shared lead-vocal approach and peppy, upbeat image. [17] San Lansky, an editor for Idolator, described it as "'80s-inflected and intermittently rock-dappled," and as more indebted to the "sanitized punk crunch of McFly" than to teen pop. [62] Carmin Chappell of HuffPost commented that "their maturation into young adults is made evident" and that "although the songs still have the poppy vibe characteristic of boybands, this album has a more cohesive sound than the last" while complimenting the album for how it "successfully embodies the carefree and fun nature of teens". [6] Dee Demirbag, responsible for repertoire at BMG Rights Management, a music publisher, in Scandinavia, said: "Breaking a boy band in the U.S. is about as big as it gets in the music industry, so you can imagine the competition to get cuts on the next One Direction album is immense". [6] By August 2012, it was confirmed that album would feature work from veterans such as Carl Falk, Rami Yacoub, Dr. Luke, Cirkut, and Shellback. [64], Some reviews were less positive, with Entertainment Weekly writer Adam Markovitz panning the record as an empty gesture and asserting that the album was rushed, signifying an album with "barely enough zip to keep the kids up past dinner. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalised rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 68, based on ten reviews. "They Don't Know" is a song, written and composed by Kirsty MacColl, who recorded it in 1979. They don’t know about us Kotecha reflected: "We'll spend days, sometimes weeks, challenging the melody. Baby they don’t know about, they don’t know about us The song's lyrics detailing a secret relationship have caused much fan speculation about whether the song is referencing Harry Styles and Louis Tomlinson possibly being a closeted couple. The subject matter's a little predictable with a song title like this, but nevertheless, the modern-day Romeo and Juliet saga makes for one of the album's best songs. They don’t know what you’ve done to my heart One Direction also became the second act in 2012 to achieve two number-one albums within a 12-month period, and the first boy band in US chart history to land two number-one albums in a calendar year. [24][25][26] In the United States, "Live While We're Young" debuted at number three on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, sold 341,000 downloads in its first week, and bowed at number one on the Digital Songs chart. [All] [Zayn] They don’t know about the things we do It’s getting better Baby they don’t know about, they don’t know about us [72] It was certified double platinum by the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) on 15 February 2013, denoting shipments of 600,000 copies. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia They Don't Know About Us may refer to: They Don't Know About Us (Victoria Duffield song), a 2012 song by Victoria Duffield, featuring Cody Simpson They Don't Know About Us (One Direction song) In March 2012, McFly frontman Tom Fletcherconfirmed that he would be writing a song for the album. They don’t know about the up all nights [44][45] In the UK and Ireland, ticket sales reached 300,000 within a day of release, which included a six-date sell out at the O2 Arena in London. "In the summer, we're going to get back and start a new record. They would just be jealous of us (they would just be jealous of us), [Liam] Has Harry done so? "[13] Besides sessions in Kinglet Studios, recording sessions and mixing for the album took place at Chalice Studios in Los Angeles, MixStar Studios in Virginia Beach, Wendy House Productions in London, and Sticky Studios in Surrey, England. According to the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Take Me Home was the fourth-global-best-selling album of 2012, selling 4.4 million units. [All] [82] After a month of its release, it was certified platinum in Poland for shipments of 30,000 copies,[83] while it became the seventh-best-selling album of 2012 in Denmark, having sold 28,875 copies by year end in that country. Baby they don’t know about They don’t know about us. 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It was the band's final single before their hiatus began. One touch and I was a believer [70] It debuted atop the UK Albums Chart with first-week sales of 155,000 copies, becoming their first album to top the chart and the second fastest selling album of 2012. "[8], After extensive promotional appearances in support of their debut album, One Direction began recording the album in May 2012, in Stockholm, Sweden, at Kinglet Studios. They don’t know about the "I love you"’s (I love you) [8] Composer Julian Bunetta, who worked on three of Take Me Home's tracks, also tried to place emphasis on the sound of each member: "The fans can tell the difference, but we wanted to make sure that when it came on the radio, the average person knew that it must be One Direction, because it's five guys. [6] In addition, the article reported that Syco Records was working on candidates with Max Martin and Kristian Lundin. [1] The album's number-one debut on the US Billboard 200 chart made One Direction the first group to bow atop the Billboard 200 with their first two albums since American girl group Danity Kane entered with Welcome to the Dollhouse in 2008 and their self-titled debut in 2006. She was the daughter of folk singer/songwriter Ewan MacColl, who wrote Roberta Flack's " First Time Ever I Saw Your Face." They don’t know about the things we do It was released exclusively on November 6, 2015, in the lead up to the album's November 13th release. Globally, the album topped the charts in more than 35 countries. [23], Take Me Home has yielded three singles, including two US singles. "In the summer, we're going to get back and start a new record. Billboard stated: "Ah, two young lovers that everyone else doesn't want to be together. The song rocketed to worldwide success, peaking at number one in Ireland and New Zealand and the top ten in almost every country it charted in. But I bet you if they only knew (if they only knew) Its lead single, "Live While We're Young", was released by Syco Records on 28 September 2012. It is the twelfth track of the album. On December 14, 2015, it was confirmed as the album's third single. Music video by One Direction performing They Don't Know About Us (Audio). [58] Sam Lansky of Idolator commented that the album is "some of the purest pop of the year" and "is actually pretty great—certainly better than it needs to be" while adding that "the hooks are instantaneous and keenly crafted" and "the production is '80s-inflected and intermittently rock-dappled". We're too young to know about forever "[18] The latter view was shared by Ben Rayner of the Toronto Star: "Unless you're in the target demographic or are, perhaps, a mom who lived through the same thing in her youth, there's no point in even going near this record, of course, but the rest of us were never meant to in the first place. Tebey Ottoh, Tommy Lee James, Peter Wallevik, Tommy P. Gregersen. The first premiere was on YouTube before release, when a user called Luv4VictoriaDuffield uploaded the music video. [60] Josh Langhoff of PopMatters panned "C'mon C'mon" as the album's best song, calling it "amazing" and "euphoric" and complimenting the group's harmonies while also adding that the album had "unexpected variety" and that "these may be the least articulate cads on the pop charts, but their beats speak volumes". They don’t know I've waited all my life [87], The record became the band's second number-one album in the United States in the week of 18 November 2012, and recorded the biggest first-week sales tally for an album by a boy band since N'Sync's Celebrity (2001), and the third-largest debut sales week of 2012, behind Taylor Swift's Red and Babel by Mumford & Sons, with 540,000 copies sold. I won't feature on the tracks though". [88][89] The album was certified platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) on 5 December 2012, denoting shipments of one million copies. On May 6, 2016, Justin Timberlake confirmed Ariana and Gwen Stefani would contribute to the soundtrack while speaking to SiriusXM's 'The Morning Mash Up Show'.1 They would just be jealous of us, [Harry] Louis : They don’t know how special you are They don’t know what you’ve done to my heart They can say anything they want Cause they don’t know about us. [88][89] One Direction became the first group to bow atop the Billboard 200 with their first two albums since American girl group Danity Kane entered with Welcome to the Dollhouse in 2008 and their self-titled debut in 2006, the second act in 2012 to achieve two number-one albums within a 12-month period alongside Justin Bieber, and the first boy band in US chart history to land two number-one albums in a calendar year. They can say anything they want [All] They don’t know about the up all nights 'Cause they don’t know us Take Me Home garnered mostly positive reviews from music critics. The original 5-member group was made up of Liam Payne (born 29 August 1993) from Wolverhampton, Louis Tomlinson (born 24 December 1991) from Doncaster, Niall Horan (born 13th September 1993) from Mullingar, Westmeath, Ireland, Harry Styles, (born 1 February 1994) from Holmes Chapel, Cheshire and Zayn Malik, (born 12 … [14][15], The album's songs are characterised by metronomic rock-inherited pop, vocal harmonies, hand claps, prominent electric guitar riffs, bright synthesisers, double entendres for sexual intercourse, a homogeneous sound and message, the pitch-correcting software Auto-Tune, and rotations of lead vocals. The song plays as a background track during Bridget and King Gristle Jr. 's date, when they're rollerskating. The song is his biggest hit to date on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #7 in 1998. But I bet you if they only knew [57] Chris Richards of The Washington Post wrote that "the group's best songs are dazzlingly efficient" and "the boy band's sophomore album is pop candy in the purest sense—sweet, colorful, and unlike so many releases aimed at ticklish tweenage hearts, consistent". [12] Horan, in a June interview with MTV News, disclosed that the group were intending to spend their time in July and August "getting the album done. To promote the album, One Direction performed the album's songs on several televised programmes and a headlining sold-out concert at the Madison Square Garden. [48] Despite its "boardroom-defined objectives" and "safety", Al Fox, writing for BBC Music, considered the music itself "notable quality" and reliable. It's available on all editions of the album. Modest! One Direction announced in early 2012 that they had began working on their second album. They don’t know about the "I love you"’s "[16] Kate Wills from The Independent praised the uptempo material while defining the ballads as jarring, a notion shared by John Dolan of Rolling Stone. [Niall] The album's lyricism speaks of falling in love, unrequited love, the insistence that flaws are what make a person unique, and commitment, in songs such as "Little Things," "Last First Kiss," "Back For You," and "They Don't Know About Us. 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[Louis] "[22] Kyle Kramer of Chicago Tribune called the album "a bit of a cash grab" and "an empty gesture" while stating "that almost every song" on the album "appears carefully engineered to stick to a three-minute run time and the same strict structural formula, in which two verses crescendo into forgettable choruses". [81][82] It was certified platinum by 18 December 2012, denoting shipments of 50,000 copies in the region. History is the thirteenth track on Made in the A.M. It was pretty … [8] Savan Kotecha noted that the Backstreet Boys' late-'90s hits inspired the way he formulated One Direction's voices for the album. [74], In Ireland, Take Me Home became the fastest-selling album of 2012,[75] lodged six consecutive weeks atop the Irish Albums Chart, and was certified triple platinum by the Irish Recorded Music Association (IRMA). [7], Take Me Home was written in groups and has an average of just under five songwriters per track. They don’t know about the up all nights [63] Sarah Dean, also writing for HuffPost, deemed the album as "disappointingly good pop" and "the kind of music you want to hate and know you shouldn't enjoy as someone who isn't a 'teeny-bopper', but it still puts a smile on your face" while ending her review by saying "One Direction's global music domination won't be ending anytime soon. Louis and Harry are going strong.