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  • スズメノナミダ (Suzume No Namida)
  • スズメノナミダ (Suzume no Namida)
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  • Peperon-P personally had received the lyrics to this song from Asaki No'9. He said something close to "he saw the lyrics and an image popped up in his mind of an older sister crying while singing". This song is featured in the Hall of Fame. The Japanese idiom suzume no namida is a metaphor for very small things. This title implies those in this song shed silent tears.
  • The Japanese idiom suzume no namida is a metaphor for very small things. This title implies those in this song shed silent tears.
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#views
  • 105000
songtitle
  • "スズメノナミダ"
  • English: Tears of a Sparrow
  • Romaji: Suzume No Namida
  • Romaji: Suzume no Namida
original upload date
  • Jan.19.2009
viewcount
  • 105000
uploaddate
  • 2009-01-19
nnd id
  • sm5884820
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  • #8A0808; color: gold
  • #AC3026; color: #FBF4EA
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  • Peperon-P personally had received the lyrics to this song from Asaki No'9. He said something close to "he saw the lyrics and an image popped up in his mind of an older sister crying while singing". This song is featured in the Hall of Fame. The Japanese idiom suzume no namida is a metaphor for very small things. This title implies those in this song shed silent tears.
  • The Japanese idiom suzume no namida is a metaphor for very small things. This title implies those in this song shed silent tears.
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