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Roxette - Fading Like A Flower (Every Time You Leave)
 
Country France
Year 1991
Date of release 04/29/1991
Format 7''
Label EMI
Number 1364047


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Title
Side A
A)Fading like a flower (Every time you leave) 3:54
Side B
B)I remember you 3:55
 
Description:

Fading Like A Flower (Every Time You Leave) was the second single taken from Roxette's album Joyride and it reached the #2 position on the U.S. charts.

The song I Remember You was only included on the CD and cassette of the album Joyride.

On the Swedish vinyl single the run-off groove has the following message engraved: "Jag Tvis Bäst".
The message has a hidden meaning but Per Gessle wishes it to remain a secret.

The Swedish 7'' was released with two different dates (16/4 -91 and 910424) engraved on the run-off groove but there is also an extremely limited edition of the 7'' with a misprinted sleeve which had a yellow border on the front instead of the ordinary orange border.