It is similar to his previous single "Now You're Gone" in that it is an English remake using music based on a previous Basshunter track, without any lyrical connection.
Instead it features Basshunter singing in a night club surrounded by attractive dancers.
He is also shown controlling the girls with a holographic computer, which is a possible reference to Basshunter's personal interest in computer games, and an echo of the music video "Dot A", Basshunter's second single, which is based on playing computer games.
Two days later it debuted at number twenty-one on the UK Singles Chart, marking Basshunter's seventh Top 40 single in the UK and fifth most successful single to date, as well as reaching number five on the UK Dance Chart.
"All I Ever Wanted" is a song by Swedish eurodance musician Basshunter.
He claimed that "it's so much more interesting and different when someone else is singing in a song he has written".
He made the decision after his exhaustive four performances in four days.The artist received a few awards like European Border Breakers Award, Grammis or World Music Award.He was also tominated to BT Digital Music Award, MTV Europe Music Award or Rockbjörnen."I Can Walk on Water" has been replaced by new version under the title "Walk on Water".In early September 2009, prior to the album release, the track "Numbers" was released to the public as a free download via Basshunter's official Bebo account.Bass Generation reached number two in New Zealand On 26 June 2013 Basshunter announced suspension on his vocal career and concentration on DJing, production and songwriter career.