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For some reason, this makes me feel strangely nostalgic.Category: (general)
Saturday, 21 April 2012
02:47:29 AM (GMT)
Yeah, once apon a time, when I still had a YouTube account and, therefore,
subscriptions, I had a Vocaloid song come into my box. It was strictly
Japanese-titled, but it was a song about Miku, with one of the most beautiful
openings to a song I've ever heard. Or, at the very least, one of my favorites.

Sad thing is, when I got banned, I soon lost track of the song, and since I never
discovered what it was called, I could never listen to it.





However, that opening left me with easy lyrics to remember, that even now I still
remembered.
The first two lines went as so:

Mama, Papa, Arigatou,
Soshite Gomenasai.

Or for those who aren't privy to Japanese:

Mom, Dad, Thank you,
and sorry.

After that, it became a blur, but the opening still stuck with me.







And today, using those first lines, I searched up the song on YouTube and found it
again.

And I discovered the name of the song.



And just for your ease of watching, here it is. Miku Hatsune singing Hoehoe-P's
Night Before the Sakura.




Again, I get strangely nostalgic from hearing this.

Tell me that opening isn't haunting.


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