Tonight/Miss You Nights

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This article is about the version by Westlife. For the song by Dave Townsend, see Miss You Nights.
"Tonight/Miss You Nights"
Single by Westlife
from the album Unbreakable - The Greatest Hits Vol. 1
Released 24 March 2003 (UK)
Format CD single
Recorded 2002; Rokstone Studios London
Genre Pop
Length 4:34 (Single Remix)
4:13 (7 Metro Mix)
3:09 (Miss You Nights)
Label BMG
Writer(s) "Tonight": Steve Mac, Wayne Hector, Jorgen Elofsson,
"Miss You Nights": Dave Townsend
Producer(s) Steve Mac
Westlife singles chronology
"Unbreakable
(2002)
"Tonight"/"Miss You Nights"
(2003)
"Hey Whatever"
(2003)
"Tonight" / "Miss You Nights" CD2
Music video
"Tonight" on YouTube
Music video
"Miss You Nights" on YouTube

"Tonight"/"Miss You Nights" is the second and last single released from Westlife's greatest hits album, 'Unbreakable'. It was released as a double A-Side in the UK, but in some other countries, both songs were released separately.

"Tonight" was written by Steve Mac, Wayne Hector and Jorgen Elofsson.[citation needed] "Miss You Nights" is a song written by Dave Townsend and originally recorded by Cliff Richard in 1975. At the time, it had reached #15 in the UK Singles Chart.[citation needed] The Westlife single peaked at #3 on the UK Singles Chart, becoming the band's second non-chart topper. It sold over 115 000 in UK so far.[1]

Tours performed at[edit]

Tonight

Unbreakable Tour (2003)

Turnaround Tour (2004)

Miss You Nights

Miss You Nights was never performed on tour.

Tracklisting[edit]

  • United Kingdom
CD1
  1. "Tonight" (Single Remix) - 4:43
  2. "Miss You Nights" (Single Remix) - 3:09
  3. "Where We Belong" - 3:35
  4. "Tonight" (Video) - 4:43
CD2
  1. "Tonight" (Single Remix) - 4:43
  2. "Tonight" (12" Metro Mix) - 8:12
  3. "Miss You Nights" (Video) - 3:09
  • Australia
  1. "Tonight" (Single Remix) - 4:43
  2. "Tonight" (7" Metro Mix) - 4:11
  3. "Where We Belong" - 3:35
  4. "Tonight" (Video) - 4:43

Chart performance[edit]

Chart Peak
position
Australian Singles Chart 65[2]
Austrian Singles Chart 58
Belgium (Ultratip Flanders)[3] 4
Danish Singles Chart 10
Europe (Eurochart Hot 100)[4] 14
German Singles Chart 47
Irish Singles Chart 1
Netherlands Singles Chart 55
Swedish Singles Chart 33
UK Singles Chart 3
UK Radio Airplay Chart 13

Chart successions[edit]

Preceded by
"Beautiful" by Christina Aguilera
Irish IRMA number one single
29 March 2003 (1 week)
Succeeded by
"A Better Plan" by "Simon Casey"

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