"Into The Light" is the eighth studio album by Chris de Burgh, released in 1986 by A&M Records. The album is notable for containing what is easily Chris de Burgh's biggest hit, "The Lady in Red", a song inspired by the memory of when he first met his wife Diane. The album peaked at number 2 on the UK albums chart, becoming his first studio album to enter the top ten.
"Fatal Hesitation" was a UK number 44 hit, spending four weeks on the chart. "Say Goodbye To It All" was a continuation of the song "Borderline" from 1982's album The Getaway. The song "For Rosanna" was dedicated to Chris de Burgh's then-2-year-old daughter Rosanna.