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2011-11-11 18:36
 
Cape Town - Bruno Mars has released the video for his new single It Will Rain from the The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn - Part 1 motion picture soundtrack. The video premiered across the world on Friday.

BangShowbiz reports that the singer recorded the track especially for the penultimate instalment of the vampire movie, and says the song pays tribute to the romance between lead characters Edward Cullen and Bella Swan.

He said: "When I saw the scenes I was already working on a dark love song. In every relationship you don't want to lose your friend. That's the hardest part.

"I didn't want to write it like 'I'm gonna sink my teeth into you.' It was just honest, pure emotion."

As well as being pleased with the song, Bruno was also impressed with the movie as he experienced a variety of emotions.

He told Yahoo! omg: "I watched some parts that made me laugh. I watched some parts that made me bawl into tears and just cry and cry. I thought it was shot beautifully. They did some really cool stuff. The cinematography was great. And the storyline."

Watch Bruno Mars It Will Rain from the Twilight Breaking Dawn Part 1 soundtrack here:

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