Kiss Me Good-Bye

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"Kiss Me Good-bye"
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Single by Angela Aki
from the album Home
Released March 15, 2006
Format CD single
Digital single
Recorded 2005
Genre J-pop
Length 19:59 (Japan)
19:41 (U.S.)
Label Sony Music Japan
Tofu Records (U.S.)
Writer(s) Nobuo Uematsu, Angela Aki
Producer(s) Motoki Matsuoka
Angela Aki singles chronology
"Kokoro no Senshi"
(2006)
"Kiss Me Good-Bye"
(2006)
"This Love"
(2006)

"Kiss Me Good-Bye" is the third single by Japanese singer Angela Aki, and is the theme song of Final Fantasy XII. It was written by Aki, composed by Nobuo Uematsu and arranged by Kenichiro Fukui. Although the title version of the single is in Japanese, the version included in the game is sung in English. The single was released on March 15, 2006. The song peaked at number six on the Oricon charts.

On May 16, 2006, Aki released an English version of the single as a digital single under the title "Kiss Me Good-Bye [EP]" in North America through Tofu Records.

Track listing[edit]

CD: Japanese version
No. Title Lyrics Music Arranger(s) Length
1. "Kiss Me Good-Bye" (Japanese version) Angela Aki Nobuo Uematsu Angela Aki, Motoki Matsuoka 5:13
2. "Santa Fé" Angela Aki Angela Aki Angela Aki, Motoki Matsuoka 4:59
3. "Aoi Kage (青い影?)" (A Whiter Shade of Pale Cover) Keith Reid Gary Brooker, Matthew Fisher Angela Aki, Motoki Matsuoka 4:49
4. "Kiss Me Good-Bye -Featured in Final Fantasy XII-" (Bonus track) Angela Aki Nobuo Uematsu Kenichiro Fukui 4:58
CD: North American version
No. Title Lyrics Music Arranger(s) Length
1. "Kiss Me Good-Bye"       4:58
2. "Santa Fé"       4:59
3. "Eyes On Me" Kazumi Someya Nobuo Uematsu Motoki Matsuoka, Angela Aki 4:31
4. "Kiss Me Good-Bye" (Japanese version)       5:13
DVD
No. Title Length
1. "Kiss Me Good-Bye" (Final Fantasy XII + Angela Aki Collaboration Music Video)  

Charts[edit]

Kiss Me Good-bye - Oricon Sales chart (Japan)

Release Chart Peak position Sales total Chart run
March 15, 2006 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 4
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart[1] 6 27,566 18 weeks

Release history[edit]

Country Release date Format Label Length
Japan March 15, 2006 CD single Sony Music Japan 19:59
United States May 16, 2006 Digital single Tofu Records 19:41

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