Tomorrow's Way

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"Tomorrow's Way"
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Single by Yui
from the album From Me to You
Released June 22, 2005
Format CD single
Genre J-pop
Label Sony Records
Songwriter(s) Yui (lyrics & music)
Producer(s) Yoshio Konno
Yui singles chronology
"Feel My Soul"
(2005)
"Tomorrow's Way"
(2005)
"Life"
(2005)

"Feel My Soul"
(2005)
"Tomorrow's way"
(2005)
"Life"
(2005)

"Tomorrow's Way" is the second single by the Japanese artist Yui. It was released June 22, 2005, under Sony Records. The song was also featured as the ending theme in the Japanese movie Hinokio. The boy who appears in the song's music video is Kanata Hongō, who also stars in the movie. The music video was directed by Takahiro Miki.[1]

Hong Kong singer and actress Fiona Sit covered this song as "Dear Fiona", a Cantonese version.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Yui.

CD
No.TitleArranger(s)Length
1."Tomorrow’s Way"hideyuki DAICHI suzuki4:45
2."Last Train"hideyuki DAICHI suzuki4:43
3."Feel My Soul ~Yui Acoustic Version~"Yui & hideyuki DAICHI suzuki3:55
4."Tomorrow’s Way ~Instrumental~"hideyuki DAICHI suzuki4:45

Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total
June 22, 2005 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 15 32,391

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Tomorrow's way". Space Shower TV (in Japanese). Retrieved December 18, 2014.