Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles "Stardust" is a song that I did with Benny Benassi. And I met him, and he walked in with his cousin Alessandro Benassi. And we were working in London. And he played me a bunch of things that he'd been working on, with... The first thing he played me in this kind of 25-minute run-down of what he liked and what he'd done recently that he thought would be appropriate was a track, and instantly I just started to sing along to it. The song's written in about an hour. It's called "Stardust". It's... pretty shyly pop. And... it...just, you know, I love the sentiment of... you know, uh, I don't know if I'll see you again, but I can't get you out of my head, and, you know, I know how to make... It's kind of like "Make You Happy". I know how to make you happy. Why don't you just let me change your life? Cause I'll do anything, even at the expense of my own to change your life. And... I took the track to Nick Littlemore. We added a few tiny things on it. And one of those things was by bringing in the percussionist from the London Symphony Orchestra. And... he played marimba along with these Benny Benassi hard core electronic parts. And we blended them together with some acoustic guitars and stuff, just to round up the sounds so that it would... feel a bit more like a record that comes from my universe. And the result is just... pretty joyful. (I could be staring at somebody new) (But stuck in my head is a picture of you) (You were the thunder, I was the rain) (I wanna know if I'll see you again) (See you again) (See you again) (Want you to know what you mean to me) (What would it take, take you to see) (I could put a little stardust in your eyes) (Put a little sunshine in your life) (Give me a little hope...) The one thing I'll tell you about the song is that the chorus is so hard to sing. It's so high. It's just... so high. So god help me when I have to sing it live.