Sakura Goodbye

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"Sakura Goodbye"
Scandal - Sakura Goodbye.jpg
Single by Scandal
from the album Best Scandal
Released March 13, 2009 (2009-03-13)
Format CD (+DVD), digital download, 7" record
Genre
Length 4:00
Label Epic Records Japan
Songwriter(s) Tomomi Ogawa
Scandal singles chronology
"Doll"
(2008)
"Sakura Goodbye"
(2009)
"Shōjo S"
(2009)
"Doll"
(2008)
"Sakura Goodbye"
(2009)
"Shōjo S"
(2009)
Music video
"Sakura Goodbye" on YouTube

"Sakura Goodbye" (SAKURAグッバイ) is the second major single (fifth overall) released by Japanese pop rock band Scandal. It was released in two versions: a limited CD+DVD edition and a regular CD-only edition. The title track was used as the 2009 ending theme for the television show "Mecha-Mecha Iketeru!".[1] "Sakura Goodbye" was formerly called "Sakura" when the band performed it live during their indie days. The song has a graduation theme and the single released at the time of MAMI and TOMOMI's high school graduation.[2] Copies of the single purchased at Tower Records came with a limited bonus sleeve from the band's endorsement for Nike Terminator. The single reached #30 on the Oricon weekly chart and charted for seven weeks, selling 6,995 copies.[3]

Track listing[edit]

CD[edit]

CD (ESCL-3175 / ESCL-3173)
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Sakura Goodbye" (SAKURAグッバイ) TOMOMI, MASTERWORKS MASTERWORKS 4:00
2. "Tokyo" Scandal, MASTERWORKS MASTERWORKS 2:56
3. "Sakura Goodbye (Instrumental)" (SAKURAグッバイ) MASTERWORKS 3:59
Total length: 10:55

DVD[edit]

DVD (ESCL-3174)
No. Title Length
1. "Scandal Over USA -USA Live Tour- 2008 Premium Document Movie" (-USAライブツアー2008 プレミア・ドキュメント・ムービー) 20:25

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