|Single by Reamonn|
|from the album Wish|
|Released||July 7, 2006 (Germany)|
|Songwriter(s)|| Rea Garvey |
|Reamonn singles chronology|
"Tonight" is a pop song by the German band Reamonn. It was released on July 7, 2006 from their fifth studio album Wish .
The song reached the top 20 in Germany (#11), on the European charts (#11), and in Switzerland (#20). It was a number-one song in Greece and Romania for six weeks.
|Austrian Singles Chart||28|
|German Singles Chart||11|
|Greece Airplay Chart||1|
|Romanian Singles Chart||1|
|Russian Airplay Chart||2|
|Swiss Singles Chart||20|
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