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Madonni nishibiga
Ataru heyawa
Itsumo anatamo
Nioiga suruwa

Hitori kurasseba
Omoidassukara
Kabeno kizumo
Nokoshita mama
Oite yukuwa

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Ai wo tsugunaeba
Wakareni narukedo
Konna onna demo
Wassurenaidenne
Yassashi suguitano annata
Kodomo mitaina annata
Assuwa tanin doushini
Narukeredo



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    In japanese karaoke club or box i always sang american songs... And envied americans who sang in japanese

    My dear fiance hiroshi taught me tsugunai...
    He thought it would not be too difficult... And i learned it...

    I am going to sing it at a karaoke haloween party this sunday in new
    Jersey!

    I will think of dear hiroshi... He died a year ago... When i hear tsugunai i hear his sweet voice

    I hope i will the prize for singing!

    -pat

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