Time to Say Goodbye (Antique song)

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"Time to Say Goodbye"
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Single by Antique
from the album Blue Love
B-side "Alli Mia Fora"
ReleasedAugust 2003
Genre Laïko, Eurodance
Label Bonnier
Songwriter(s) Takis Demaschis, Elena Paparizou
Antique singles chronology
"Moro Mou"
"Time to Say Goodbye"
"List of Lovers"

"Time to Say Goodbye" is an English language song released by Greek-Swede duo Antique. It was released as a CD Single with its Greek version titled "Alli Mia Fora" (One More Time) in 2003 by Bonnier Music in Scandinavian countries.


Track listing

  1. "Time to Say Goodbye" (Alli Mia Fora)(UK Radio Remix Edit) - 3:53
  2. "Alli Mia Fora" (Greek Version) - 3:52


"Time to Say Goodbye" entered the Swedish Top 60 Singles Chart on the week of August 29, 2003 at number fourteen. It stayed on the chart for fifteen weeks straight peaking at number thirteen in its fourth week. [1]

Weekly charts

Chart (2003)Peak
Romania (Romanian Top 100) [2] 17
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) [3] 13

Year-end charts

Chart (2003)Position
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan) [4] 79

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  1. Sweden Chart
  2. Romanian peak
  3. "Antique – Time to Say Goodbye". Singles Top 100.
  4. "Årslista Singlar – År 2003" (in Swedish). Sverigetopplistan. Retrieved 20 May 2020.