<!--Lyrically based on a lost love, Jackson's composition was included as the ending song to Jackson's box-office film debut in ''[[Poetic Justice]]'' (1993). While not included on its [[soundtrack]], the song was nominated for "[[Academy Award for Best Original Song|Best Original Song]]" at the [[66th Academy Awards|1993 Academy Awards]], where Jackson performed the song live. The song became her seventh number one on the [[Billboard Hot 100|''Billboard'' Hot 100]] chart, staying atop for two weeks. The ''janet.'' [[jazz-funk]]y track "Funky Big Band" appears on the single as a [[A-side and B-side|B-side]].
| before = "[[I'd Do Anything for Love (but I Won't Do That)]]" by [[Meat Loaf]]
| years = [[December 11]] [] - [[December 18]] []
| after = "[[Hero (Mariah Carey song)|Hero]]" by [[Mariah Carey]]
| Certification = Platinum <small>([[Recording Industry Association of America|RIAA]])</small>
==Videoklip és remixek==
The [[music video|video]] for the song was directed by Jackson's then-husband [[René Elizondo]]. It features actor [[Gary Dourdan]] as Jackson's lost love. The video shows Jackson writing in her diary as reminisces about her love through flashbacks. The alternate version of the video contains scenes from ''Poetic Justice'' playing on a television. A [[French language|French]] version of the song was recorded for the limited edition of the ''janet.'' album.-->
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