Amazing (Westlife song)

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Single by Westlife
from the album Face to Face
ReleasedFebruary 20, 2006
FormatCD single, digital download, streaming
Recorded2004; The Location, Stockholm,
Grouse Lodge, Ireland
LabelSony BMG
Songwriter(s)Kristian Lundin, Sebastian Thott, Didrik Thott, Carl Bjorsell, Carl Falk Savan Kotecha, Jake Schulze
Producer(s)Carl Falk
Westlife singles chronology
"When You Tell Me That You Love Me"
"The Rose"
Music video
Amazing on YouTube
Face to Face track listing
12 tracks
  1. "You Raise Me Up"
  2. "When You Tell Me That You Love Me"
  3. "Amazing"
  4. "That's Where You Find Love"
  5. "She's Back"
  6. "Desperado"
  7. "Colour My World"
  8. "In This Life"
  9. "Heart Without a Home"
  10. "Hit You With a Real Thing"
  11. "Change Your Mind"
  12. "Maybe Tomorrow"

"Amazing" (Alternate title: "More than Amazing"[1]) is a song by Irish boy band Westlife. It was released on 20 February 2006 as the third and final single from their sixth studio album, Face to Face (2005). The song peaked at number four on the UK Singles Chart.[2] Amazing is the shortest single by the band released in UK and Ireland with 2:48 full time of the song.

Tours performed at[edit]

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Amazing" (Single Mix) - 2:52
  2. "Still Here" - 3:51
  1. "Amazing" (Single Mix) - 2:52
  2. "Miss You When I'm Dreaming" - 4:06
  3. "Exclusive Westlife Chat" - 11:05


Chart Peak
Australian Singles Chart 34
European Hot 100 Singles[3] 14
German Singles Chart 53
Irish Singles Chart 3
Scottish Singles Chart[4] 2
Swedish Singles Chart 36
Swiss Singles Chart 58
UK Singles Chart 4
UK Radio Airplay Chart 6
UK Physical Singles Chart 2
World Airplay Chart 83

Streaming Counts[edit]

Site Count
Worldwide (YouTube) (Official and unofficial counts included; as of October 2018) 15 million +
Worldwide (Spotify) (as of October 2018) 2 million +


  1. ^ "Work title: AMAZING".
  2. ^ "Official Singles Charts - Amazing". Official Charts. Retrieved 17 November 2018.
  3. ^ "Top 100 Music Hits, Top 100 Music Charts, Top 100 Songs & The Hot 100". Retrieved 2012-01-14.
  4. ^

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