Note that this thread has not been updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore. As a note, though, after the first verse he kind of starts making up his own verses. Just be civil about it. Kyu Sakamoto was my introduction to Japanese music. Now I can sing along with Myv!
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Credits I would like to give credit where credit is due. I’ll sing along with you guys! I’ve read the lyrics while hearing Myavi singing but they doesn’t fit! As a note, though, after the first verse he kind of starts making up his own verses. I heard Miyavi sing and I love it so much. Dear visitor, if you know the answer to this question, please tatakok it. Kyu Sakamoto was my introduction to Japanese music.
I’m trying to teach my class.
Kids Lounge – Swing de SHIAWASE NARA TE wo TATAKOU – Listen on Deezer
Note that this thread has not shiawasee updated in a long time, and its content might not be up-to-date anymore. I can perhaps tstakou as well that Kyu-chan was my introduction since “Sukiyaki” was one of the earliest songs that I’d heard as a toddler.
Videos are from YouTube and other sources such as NicoNico while Oricon rankings and other information are translated from the Japanese Wikipedia unless noted. Shiawase nara te wo tatakou love that song! Yeah, cause he is asking: Of course, I wasn’t in Japan when the airplane crashed into the woods of Gunma Prefecture but I did see some of the videos which had news about Sakamoto’s untimely death.
Feel free to provide any comments pro or con. Ryan Miller January 5, at 9: Just be civil about it. Newer Post Older Post Home.
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A bit of explanation and ENgish version here Posted by J-Canuck at 3: The first song I heard of his dhiawase what was popularized as “Sukiyaki” in the states, and ever since then I’ve been a fan of his.
Not even a song! It’s very tragic that such a cheerful and spirited musician met such a terrible end, but his music will live on forever.
I’m so glad you asked that question! Let’s shout] then he is saying more then singing ”tamanegi shimiru” few times which means that he is crying cause of the tamanegi -onion and after that comes many others especially food for example: Most likely there wasn’t a dry eye in the place. J-Canuck January 8, at 7: Happy and you know it in Japanese?
Now I can sing along with Myv! I have googled it for a long long time and couldn’t find it.
I was wondering if anyone knew how to sing ”If your happy and you know it clap your hands” song in Japanese? I’m sorry but the video has been taken down. If so could you post the Romanji Lyrics.