"I Love You, Goodbye" is a song by Canadian singer Céline Dion from her 1992 self-titled English album. The song was written by prolific American songwriter Diane Warren. It was released as a promo single in the Philippines in 1992 with "I Feel Too Much" as a b side taken from Unison album. The song became popular in different countries. In 1999, the song was featured in the Philippine drama Halik Sa Apoy on GMA Network.
Entertainment Weekly editor Arion Berger called this song pleasantly innocous.
"I Love You Goodbye" is the fourth and final commercial single from Filipino singer Nina's successful 2005 album Nina Live!. The song was recorded on January 30, 2005 at PHI Resto and Bar, Metrowalk, Pasig City, Philippines. It peaked at the top 5 of Philippine music charts. It was performed by Nina on vocals and Chris Buenviaje on acoustic guitar, and doesn't feature the other members of The Essence band.
A scene from the music video, where Nina's love interest arrives at the bus stop.
"I Love You Goodbye" has two music videos; One which is part of the Nina Live! recording sessions, that features only Nina and the lead guitarist of The Essence. The other video is not a live performance, and it was the one that was released to music channels for promotion.
The official video was shot in a bus stop. Nina is seen wearing pink dress and a light pink bolero. She portrays a girl waiting at the bus stop for her boyfriend to tell him that she wants to break up with him. While waiting, she sees couples who are very sweet with each other. At the final scene, her boyfriend finally arrived smiling at her. However, she returned the ring that her love interest gave her, because even if she loves him, she had to leave him for the good. As the video fades, Nina is shown sitting on a chair at the bus stop.