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Despite the existence of a more radio-friendly edit of the song found on Australian versions of the Flowers record (3:33 in length), Ace of Base's Japanese label opted with the 3:47 album version to promote the song. The promotional CD also contains the American version of the song "Life Is a Flower" titled "Whenever You're Near Me", which had previously been unavailable to Japanese audiences.
No video was filmed, no commercial single was ever released, and the chart trajectory for Donnie is unknown.
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