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Kate (song)

"Kate"
Genre Piano rock
Label Epic
Writer(s) Ben Folds, Darren Jessee, Anna Goodman
Ben Folds Five singles chronology

"Battle of Who Could Care Less"
(1997)
"Kate"
(1997)
"One Angry Dwarf & 200 Solemn Faces"
(1997)

"Kate" is a song performed by Ben Folds Five released on their 1997 album Whatever and Ever Amen. Written by Ben Folds, Darren Jessee, and Ben's first wife, Anna Goodman,[1] the song follows a love-struck man who is so obsessed with the girl "Kate" that he longs to be her, as shown by the lyric "I wanna be Kate". It peaked at #39[2] on the UK Singles Chart.

Music video

The video features the 3 band members cuddled up in bed snoozing & singing.

The entire video is shot in one take, from a camera over the bed, facing straight down.

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