True Love (Fumiya Fujii song)

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"TRUE LOVE"
Single by Fumiya Fujii
from the album Angel  [ ja ]
ReleasedNovember 10, 1993 (1993-11-10)
Label Pony Canyon [1]
Fumiya Fujii singles chronology
""Mother's Touch"  [ ja ]"
(1988)
"TRUE LOVE"
(1993)
"女神 (エロス)"
(1994)

"True Love" (styled "TRUE LOVE") is a single by Japanese recording artist Fumiya Fujii. It was released on November 10, 1993. [1] It was number-one on the Oricon Weekly Singles Chart. [2] It was the 29th best-selling single in Japan in 1993, with 806,000 copies sold, [3] the 11th best-selling single in Japan in 1994, with 1.213 million copies sold [4] and it is the 20th best-selling physical single in Japan, having sold a total of 2.023 million copies. [5]

Contents

Track listing

[1]
No.TitleLength
1."TRUE LOVE" 
2."永遠に死ぬまで" 
3."TRUE LOVE" 

Weekly charts

Chart (1993)Peak
position
Japan Singles Chart (Oricon) [2] 1

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