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Change (Miho Fukuhara song)

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"Change"
File:Miho-Fukuhara-CHANGE.jpg
Single by Miho Fukuhara
from the album Rainbow
ReleasedApril 16, 2008
FormatCD single
Recorded2008
GenreJ-pop, soul, folk
Length12:40
LabelSony Music Entertainment
Songwriter(s)Miho Fukuhara, Hiroshiyuu Yamaguchi
Producer(s)Fukuhara
Miho Fukuhara singles chronology
"The Roots"
(2008)
"Change"
(2008)
"Himawari"
(2008)

"Change" is the major-label debut single by Japanese soul singer Miho Fukuhara, telling of a girl who talks playfully about she loves a man, going as far as saying things like "I hate, hate, hate you! Just kidding, I love you!". The single was released on April 16, 2008 to decent success regarding both sales and airplay, peaking at No. 14 on Oricon and No. 4 on Billboard Japan. "Change" is still currently Fukuhara's best-selling single.

Track listing[edit source | edit]

CD
No.TitleLength
1."Change"3:57
2."Koi wa Rizumu (Believe My Way) (恋はリズム; Love is the Rhythm)"4:05
3."Because You Loved Me"4:38

Oricon Overall Sales Chart (Japan)[edit source | edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Debut Sales (copies) Sales Total (copies) Chart Run
April 16, 2008 Oricon Daily Charts - - 25,000+ -
Oricon Weekly Charts 14 -
Oricon Monthly Charts - -
Yearly Charts (2008) - -

Physical sales and rank[edit source | edit]

In the RIAJ Monthly Top Downloaded Songs chart, the song debuted in May 2008, at the 35th position and moved down to the 7-th position the next month before becoming outside of the top 100.

Chart Peak
position
RIAJ Top Monthly Downloaded Songs 35
Oricon Weekly Charts 14
Billboard Japan 4

References[edit source | edit]

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