Fallen (Sarah McLachlan song)

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"Fallen"
Single by Sarah McLachlan
from the album Afterglow
Released September 22, 2003
Format CD single
Genre Pop
Length 3:47
Label Nettwerk
Writer(s) Sarah McLachlan
Producer(s) Pierre Marchand
Certification Gold (RIAA)
Sarah McLachlan singles chronology
"Angel"
(1999)
"Fallen"
(2003)
"Stupid"
(2004)
US 12" Vinyl Single Cover

"Fallen" is the first single from Sarah McLachlan's 2003 album Afterglow. The song was nominated on the 2004 Grammy Awards on the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance field, losing to "Beautiful" by Christina Aguilera. It was featured on the television show Charmed in the episode "Used Karma" and on Cold Case in the episode "The Promise".

Track listing[edit]

Version 1

  1. "Fallen" (Radio mix)
  2. "Answer" (Live)
  3. "Hold on"
  4. "Fallen" (Video)

Version 2 (UK CD Single)

  1. "Fallen"
  2. "Dirty little secret" (Live)

Version 3 (UK CD Single)

  1. "Fallen" (Radio mix)
  2. "Adia"
  3. "Angel"
  4. "Fallen" (Video)

Version 4 (UK / US 12" Disc)

  1. "Fallen" (Gabriel & Dresden Anti Gravity Mix) - 10:31
  2. "Fallen" (Satoshi Tomiie Interpretation) - 10:03

CD single[edit]

  1. "Fallen" (Radio mix)
  2. "Fallen" (Album Version)
  3. "Answer" (Live)

Chart performance[edit]

Chart (2003) Position[1]
Billboard Hot 100 41
Billboard Hot Adult Contemporary Tracks 12
Billboard Hot Dance Club Play 3
Australian ARIA Top Singles 41
UK Singles Chart 50
Dutch Singles Chart 89

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