Card Captor Sakura Frutas e bombons Lyrics


És um misto de frutas e bombons
um arco-íris de coisas docinhas
És um misto de frutas e bombons
és wo dono do meu~ coração~

Quando andas feliz
és como um quadradinho de chocolate
Mas quando andas zangado
és tão azedo como um limão~

Mas depois tudo passa e até pareces um
cheio de morangos~ com muito chantilly~

Mas quando penso que te vais derreter
fico logo com um grande melão~ (1)
Como é que tu podes ser assim~?

És um misto de frutas e bombons
mas eu gosto que tu sejas assim
És um misto de frutas e bombons
és um docinho tão bom~ só p'ra mim~!


You're a mix of fruits and candies
a rainbow of sweet things
You're a mix of fruits and candies
you're the owner of~ my heart~

When you're happy
you're like a chocolate square
But when you're angry
you're as bitter as a lemon~

But everything washes away and you even
look like an ice cream
full of strawberries~ with lots of

But when I think that you will melt
I instantly get a big melon~ (1)
How can you even be like that~?

You're a mix of fruits and candies
but I like that you're that way
You're a mix of fruits and candies
you're such a good candy~ just for me~!


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Title: Frutas e bombons
Anime: Card Captor Sakura
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Sakura Kinomoto is your typical ten-year-old fourth-grader until she comes across a mysterious book containing a deck of cards one day. Unfortunately, she doesn't have much time to figure out what the cards mean because she unintentionally summons a magical gust of wind, scattering the cards all over the world. The Beast of the Seal, Keroberos (nicknamed Kero-chan), tells Sakura that she has released the mystical Clow Cards created by the sorcerer Clow Reed after being jolted awake from the book. The Cards aren't your typical toy. Each of them possesses incredible abilities, and because they prefer to act on their own, Clow encased all of the Cards in a book.

Now that the Cards have been set free, they pose a serious threat to the world, and it is up to Sakura to stop them from wreaking havoc!
Sakura is given the title of "Cardcaptor" and the Sealed Key by Keroberos, who assigns her the task of finding and recapturing all of the Cards. Sakura must learn to balance her new secret duty with the everyday troubles of a young girl involving love, family, and school, all while taking flight on her magical adventures as Sakura the Cardcaptor, with the help of her best friend Tomoyo Daidouji and Kero-chan's guidance.


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CCS stands for Cardcaptor Sakura (Japanese:, Hepburn: Kdokyaput Sakura), a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by the manga group Clamp. From May 1996 to June 2000, it was serialized monthly in the shjo manga magazine Nakayoshi, and it was also published in 12 tankbon volumes by Kodansha between November 1996 and July 2000. Sakura Kinomoto, an elementary school student, discovers magical abilities after unintentionally releasing a set of magical cards into the world; she must retrieve the cards to avoid disaster. Each of these cards grants unique magical abilities and can only be activated by someone who possesses natural magical abilities. Cardcaptor Sakura: Clear Card, a sequel by Clamp that focuses on Sakura in junior high school, began serialization in Nakayoshi in 2016.

From April 1998 to March 2000, Madhouse adapted the manga into a 70-episode anime television series that aired on Japan's satellite television channel NHK BS2. Two anime films, video games, art books, picture books, and film comics are among the additional media. From March 2000 to August 2003, Tokyopop published the manga in English in North America. Dark Horse Manga published the series in omnibus editions from October 2010 to September 2012 after Tokyopop's license expired. The anime was dubbed in English by Hong Kong's Omni Productions and broadcast on the Animax Asia channel in Southeast Asia and South Asia.
For North America, Nelvana licensed the TV series and first film, which aired on Kids' WB from June 2000 to December 2001 under the English title Cardcaptors.

While the full run was broadcast in other English-speaking territories, the version broadcast on American television was heavily edited into 39 episodes. Cartoon Network (Toonami), Teletoon, Nickelodeon, Network Ten, and RTÉ2 all aired Cardcaptors. Geneon was given a sub-licensing agreement for the TV series and films, and they were released unedited with English subtitles. Madman Entertainment also released the TV series in Australia and New Zealand.
Cardcaptor Sakura was well-received by critics. Critics praised the manga's inventiveness, calling it a "quintessential shjo manga" and a "critical work for manga in general." In 2001, the manga series received the Seiun Award for Best Manga.

The television series was praised for its artwork, humor, and animation, as well as for transcending its target audience of young children and being enjoyable to older viewers. It won the Animage Grand Prix award for Best Anime in 1999. The American version of Cardcaptors, on the other hand, was panned for omitting plot points..

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