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|"Tonight, the Night"|
|Single by Bonnie Pink|
|from the album Present|
|Released||January 22, 2003|
|Label||Warner Music Japan|
|Bonnie Pink singles chronology|
"Tonight, the Night" is Bonnie Pink's twentieth single from the album Present. The single was released under the Warner Music Japan label on January 22, 2003.
|Chart||Peak Position||Sales Total||Chart Run|
|Oricon Daily Singles Chart|
|Oricon Weekly Singles Chart||#29|
|Oricon Monthly Singles Chart|
|Oricon Yearly Singles Chart|
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