Waiting For A Star To Fall - Music Video

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The videoclip, directed by Australian director Claudia Castle, features scenes of the duo singing the song on a beach, and scenes of the duo singing inside a house with Merrill also playing the piano. Also featured are scenes of a group of children playing with bubbles. One of those children is Merrill and Rubicam's daughter.

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