Kururu (CV. Nana Mizuki) Haru Uta ~Kururu~ Lyrics

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Haru Uta ~Kururu~ Lyrics

From the AnimeBottle Fairy

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haru no kimochi wa, deai, kibou, mune ni
tomadoi nagara, kimi, chikadzuiteiku
dokidoki, dokidoki, shiteru yo
aa, sakura, sakura, sakura namiki
omoitomete, negattemiru
sakura, sakura
atarashii tomodachi dekiru, PINK ni nare


The feeling of spring brings meeting and
hope into my heart.
While I feel uneasy, I got closer and
closer to you.
"thump" "thump" my heart was beating
Ah, Sakura, Sakura, Sakura trees by the
hoping, wishing,
Sakura, Sakura,
that they'll make new friends, and turn


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Bottle Fairy Haru Uta ~Kururu~ Lyrics - Information

Title:Haru Uta ~Kururu~

AnimeBottle Fairy

Type of Song:Ending

Appears in:First Ending Theme

Performed by:Kururu (CV. Nana Mizuki)

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Kururu (CV. Nana Mizuki) Haru Uta ~Kururu~ Lyrics - Bottle Fairy Lyrics
Bottle Fairy Argument

Kururu (CV. Nana Mizuki) Haru Uta ~Kururu~ Lyrics belongs to the anime Bottle Fairy, take a look at the argument:

We will approach the secret of the mysterious hero Mutou in a convenience store that appears to be everywhere, through the appearance of a convenience store clerk who does not speak properly, while raising problems with the way of modern communication.
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About Bottle Fairy

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Bottle Fairy (, Binzume Ysei) is an anime series about four fairies who discover the world's secrets from the comfort of their own home. The show originally aired on UHF syndication in Japan from October to December 2003, with each episode lasting only 12 minutes. It was licensed by Geneon in North America and released on two DVDs in 2005 and 2006.

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