Amarantine is a single by Irish musician Enya, taken from the album of the same name. The word means everlasting or immortal. The single was released in certain regions on November 14, 2005. Other regions received the single on or after December 6, 2005.
Several versions of "Amarantine" were released, some containing all three tracks, and some omitting the "Spaghetti Western" track. In some areas, Reprise released both a "Part I" single containing "Amarantine" and "Comb of the Wind" and a "Part II" single that contained all three tracks.
The "Spaghetti Western Theme" is an atypical Enya recording arranged in the style of Hugo Montenegro's work on films such as A Fistful of Dollars and The Good, the Bad and the Ugly. A previously unreleased recording from The Celts soundtrack from 1986, Enya released it in memory of BBC producer Tony McAuley.