|"When It All Falls Apart"|
|Single by The Veronicas|
|from the album The Secret Life of...|
|Released||21 March 2006Australia) (|
27 June 2006 (United States)
|The Veronicas singles chronology|
|The Veronicas U.S. singles chronology|
"When It All Falls Apart" is the third single released from The Veronicas' debut album The Secret Life of... on 21 March 2006. It has been certified Gold for sales over 35,000 units in Australia. "When It All Falls Apart" charted within the ARIA Top 20 for 14 weeks. It was to be released in the UK as their first single in March 2007, but was later canceled. Their first official UK single is now to be "Untouched". The song was recorded in Simlish and is featured in The Sims 2 expansion pack Seasons.
The music video for "When It All Falls Apart" features The Veronicas waking up in their home to a party they had the night before. While cleaning they have flashbacks of the party to show their house got trashed, having a crocodile going around the house. At the end of their video they sit outside and sing the rest of their song. It appears like they're sitting in Director chairs outside their house in the end.
Eiza González a.k.a. "Lola" (for her role in the Mexican soap opera Lola...Érase una vez, or Lola...Once Upon a Time) is a Mexican singer/actress who made a cover in Spanish of this song called "Lo Que No Fue No Será" ("What Wasn't Will Not To Be") for the soundtrack of the Mexican soap opera Lola... Érase una vez. The Spanish translation is the same as the original title.
- "When It All Falls Apart" – 3:15
- "Heavily Broken" (live) – 4:23
- "Everything I'm Not" (Jason Nevins remix edit) – 3:30
|Australian ARIA Singles Chart||7|
|Belgian Ultratop Singles Chart (Flanders)||19|
|Belgian Ultratip Singles Chart (Wallonia)||14|
|Dutch Singles Chart||83|
|New Zealand Singles Chart||7|
*sales figures based on certification alone
- "The ARIA Report" (PDF). Pandora.nla.gov.au. 23 August 2006. Retrieved 17 June 2013.
- When It All Falls Apart charts. THE VERONICAS – WHEN IT ALL FALLS APART (SONG) australian-charts.com. Accessed 8 December 2009.
- "ARIA Charts – Accreditations – 2006 Singles". Australian Recording Industry Association.