One Night Without You

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"One Night Without You"
Single by Cosima
from the album Cosima
A-side "When the War Is Over"
Released August 9, 2004 (2004-08-09) (Australia)
Format CD
Recorded Realsongs Studio, Hollywood, California, 2004
Genre Pop
Length 4:52
Label CDV
Writer(s) Diane Warren
Producer(s) Pete Stengaard
Cosima singles chronology
"When the War Is Over"/"One Night Without You"
(2004)
"Now That You Can't Have Me"
(2004)

"One Night Without You" is a pop song written by Diane Warren. Cosima recorded the song for her debut album Cosima and a double A-side to the Cold Chisel song "When the War Is Over".

The song was a Latin-themed track and was fairly uptempo with its beats. It was not added to many radio playlists at the time, though featured prominently in the promotion for Cosima's debut album.

The single was the first by an independent artist to debut at number one on the Australian ARIA Charts(Record holder). It remained at number one for 2 weeks and was the best selling independent Australian single for 2004. The fourth consecutive release by an Australian Idol finalist to debut at number one (after Guy Sebastian, Shannon Noll and Paulini), it stayed in the top five for over a month and was certified Platinum for shipments of over 70,000 units within weeks. There was fierce competition at the time from other strong-sellers such as Missy Higgins, who was prevented from reaching the pole position because of the single. Two years later, it re-entered the Australian Independent Charts at number eleven.

In 2004, Dima Bilan recorded a Russian language version of the song called "Noch bez tebja" for his album Na Beregu Neba.

Track listing[edit]

CD single
  1. "When the War Is Over"
  2. "One Night Without You"
  3. "When the War Is Over" (acoustic version)
  4. "One Night Without You" (extended mix)

Charts[edit]

Chart (2004) Peak
position
Australian ARIA Singles Chart 1

External links[edit]

Preceded by
"Scar" by Missy Higgins
ARIA (Australia) number-one single
August 15, 2004 — August 22, 2004
Succeeded by
"My Place"/"Flap Your Wings" by Nelly