"Flying Without Wings" is a song released by Irish boy band Westlife from their self-titled debut studio album (1999).
"Winter Love" is BoA's 21st Japanese single. It was released on November 1, 2006. It hit #2 on the Oricon Charts with sales of 42,481, making it the highest charting BoA single since "Do the Motion", which was released in March 2005. Formats are 「CD+DVD」 and 「CD only」.The single was released just before her twentieth birthday (November 5, 2006).
"Energetic" is a dance song by singer BoA. It is the first single released from BoA: Deluxe. It was released in January 2010, the remixes CD was released. It debuted at #48 and peaked at #17 on the Billboard Hot Dance Club Songs.
"I Did It for Love" is a song by Korean pop singer BoA featuring American singer-songwriter and record producer Sean Garrett. The song is her second single for her debut eponymous English album, BoA. The track was written and produced by Garrett, Melvin K. Watson Jr. and Matthew I. Irby. The single was released on June 2, 2009.
"Dakishimeru" (抱きしめる) is BoA's 17th Japanese single, The title track was unexpectedly previewed at the Lipton event on October 15, and the song was reminiscent of some of her earlier songs such as Valenti (with the same writer and producer). This was the third single for BoA's then-upcoming album, Outgrow.
"Valenti" is BoA's sixth single, released on August 28, 2002. The Korean version of the song was released with her Korean album Miracle.
"Kiseki" (Japanese: miracle) and "No. 1" are songs on BoA's seventh single in Japan. It is also her seventh highest selling single. This single was featured on her second full Japanese studio album Valenti as a promotional track along with No. 1 and Flower.
"Do the Motion" is BoA's 15th Japanese CD single (and first of 2005), and third highest selling. This was also BoA's first number one single, and made her the first non-Japanese Asian singer to top the Oricon charts in over 21 years. This single scored commercial endorsements for every song on the single (excluding the TV Mixes) and is BoA's highest selling single of 2005. This was also the first single for her sixth Japanese album, Outgrow.
"Game" is Korean singer BoA's debut single from her sixth Korean album Hurricane Venus. It was released as a promotional digital download, to preview two songs from her new album. The single would be followed up by the title song "Hurricane Venus". The single for "Game" was released under the same name as the album, Hurricane Venus, Vol. 6. The song "Yeop Saram" was performed live on"KJE's Chocolate" on August 22, 2010
"Rock with You" is BoA's 11th Japanese single and her 3rd Korean Single. The single hit #5 on Oricon charts and has sold more than 60,000 copies. The Japanese single features Japanese pop group SMAP.
"One Dream" is a Korean-language song performed by South Korean pop singer BoA. It features Henry of Super Junior-M and Key of Shinee. The song was used as theme song for the K-pop Star and included in BoA's fifteenth album Only One.
"Quincy / Kono Yo no Shirushi" is BoA's 13th Japanese single. "Kono Yo no Shirushi" is the song featured on Calpis commercial. This single was not included on any of her full studio albums but was on her best selling compilation album Best of Soul, which was also her second highest selling album.
"Bump Bump!" is BoA's twenty-eighth Japanese single. It was produced by Verbal from M-Flo, who wrote both songs and featured as a rapper on both tracks. The single was released on October 28, 2009.
"Everything Needs Love" is a 2002 Mondo Grosso single featuring BoA as vocalist.
"Woo Weekend" is the thirtieth single by BoA, released on July 21, 2010. It was released in a normal CD-only edition and a limited CD+DVD edition. The B-Side to the song is "No Dance, No Life". "Woo Weekend" was used as the theme song for Japan's Disney on Ice 25th anniversary, as well as was used in a commercial promoting it.
Milestone is BoA's first DVD single (31st overall) which was released on December 7, 2011 to commemorate her 10th Anniversary in Japan. The song is written and composed by STY who was requested by Avex to write a song for BoA's 10th Anniversary. The song was first performed at Audio Technica's 50th Anniversary Live Party, and later a 7 seconds snippet of the song live performance at J-Wave Live: Autumn was leaked.
"The Meaning of Peace" single was made to honor the victims of the September 11, 2001 attacks. Kumi Koda collaborated with Korean pop singer BoA and fellow artists under the Avex Trax record label on the charity album Song Nation with the single "The Meaning of Peace", which was produced by Tetsuya Komuro. Earnings from the Song Nation singles were donated for September 11 relief.
"Tail of Hope" is a song recorded by South Korean singer BoA, released on June 26, 2013. The song serves as the theme song for the Japanese Fuji-TV drama Hakui no Namida. The B-side is the song "Baby You...", a rewritten Japanese version of her Korean song "Geuleon Neo (Disturbance)".
"Disturbance" (Korean: 그런 너 Geuleon neo; Japanese: そんな君 Sonna kimi; English: "You the Way You Are") is a Korean song released as a digital single by South Korean singer BoA, released on January 28, 2013. The song was written and composed by the singer herself as special release for her first Korean tour. The lyrics of the song end with "Geuleon neo".
"Vivid" is BoA's 26th Japanese single which is BoA's first double A-side single to include two PVs for the A-sides. In addition to the track "Kissing You", the single also includes the songs "Sparkling" and "Joyful Smile". The single was released on June 4, 2008. "Kissing You" and "Joyful Smile" are R&B songs while "Sparkling" is consumed as a breakbeat song. The single debuted at #3 with first-day sales of 7,936 copies, according to the Oricon.
Mamoritai (White Wishes) (まもりたい ～White Wishes～?, lit. Want to Protect (White Wishes)) is BoA's twenty-ninth Japanese single. It was released on December 9, 2009, in three formats, Limited Tales of Graces Edition, CD-only and CD+DVD.
"Believe in Love" is a song by Japanese dance music project Ravex, featuring South Korean singer BoA. On February 18, 2009, the original version of the song was simultaneously released with an acoustic version of the song, found on BoA's "Eien / Universe / Believe in Love" single.
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