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Lyric

Her Moon Dream (minakumari Ver.)

minakumari

あなたは家に帰るけれども

心は永遠  旅に出る

リズムが私を優しくさせる

そして何より心踊る

永遠の眠り いかがかな 夢みれる?

会えなくなって涙 溢れたよ

新しい世界 解き放つのよ

寂しさからも 解き放つのよ

あなたは家に帰るけれども

心は永遠 旅に出る

リズムが私を優しくさせる

そして何より心踊る

優しい空気残して 消えていった

たまには夢の中 降りて来てよ

今日もここらへん うろうろしてる

鯉になってほら 水面を跳ねた

いまでも どこか きっと あなたは

溶けて のんびり 眺めている

今でも頭に響くその声が

心の中に すみついてる

Her moon dream

Her moon dream

Her moon dream

Her moon dream

  • Lyricist

    minakumari

  • Composer

    minakumari, OOWETS

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Listen to Her Moon Dream (minakumari Ver.) by minakumari

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  • 1

    Kaihou

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  • 2

    Mizu no Kodomo

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  • 3

    Sundar Aap

    minakumari

  • 4

    Gathering Stars

    minakumari

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    Her Moon Dream (minakumari Ver.)

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minakumari
6th Mini Album [Anunaad]
1 Kaihou 2 Mizu no kodomo 3 Sundar Aap 4 Gathering Stars 5 Her Moon Dream

minakumari
http://minakumari.net/
Minakumari, a sitar player and singer-songwriter Born in Okayama, Japan, she debuted as a guitarist who played an active role in most of the lyrics and songs of the girls' band Catch-up, which released three historic albums. She graduated from the Indian Languages department of the Asia-Africa Linguistic Institute of Tokyo, the India Diplus Tea College, and studied psychology at Christ College in Bangalore, India. She started to learn the sitar in 2003 under the distinctive sitar player Moniral Nag in Kolkata, India. She participated in various lives and recordings by such major Japanese artists as Chara, Akino Arai, Rip Slym and Gonzales Mikami (Gontiti). Also, she costarred with Hanaregumi, mabanua and Hirotaka "Shimmy" Shimizu in various improvisational forms. She successfully released her first solo album "Rasa" in 2008 and second album "Rang" in July 2012. Her third album is slated to be released this spring 2015. She gave consecutive performances in France in April 2009. Blending her sweet voice in Japanese, Hindi and English into the fantastical sitar world, her songs are like new, but nostalgic fairy tales woven by Indian traditional instruments.

Artist Profile

  • minakumari

    Minakumari, a sitar player and singer-songwriter Born in Okayama, Japan, she debuted as a guitarist who played an active role in most of the lyrics and songs of the girls' band Catch-up, which released three historic albums. She graduated from the Indian Languages department of the Asia-Africa Linguistic Institute of Tokyo, the India Diplus Tea College, and studied psychology at Christ College in Bangalore, India. She started to learn the sitar in 2003 under the distinctive sitar player Moniral Nag in Kolkata, India. She participated in various lives and recordings by such major Japanese artists as Chara, Akino Arai, Rip Slym and Gonzales Mikami (Gontiti). Also, she costarred with Hanaregumi, mabanua and Hirotaka "Shimmy" Shimizu in various improvisational forms. She successfully released her first solo album "Rasa" in 2008 and second album "Rang" in July 2012. Her third album is slated to be released this spring 2015. She gave consecutive performances in France in April 2009. Blending her sweet voice in Japanese, Hindi and English into the fantastical sitar world, her songs are like new, but nostalgic fairy tales woven by Indian traditional instruments.

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