Ojamajo Doremi We Can Do! Lyrics
From the AnimeOjamajo Doremi
Title:We Can Do!
Type of Song:Other
Performed by:NAKATSUKASA Masami
Arranged by:SHINODA Kazuo
Lyrics by:HIKAWA Sakura
NAKATSUKASA Masami We Can Do! Lyrics belongs to the anime Ojamajo Doremi, take a look at the argument:
Doremi and her friends had to give up their witch powers and return to being normal girls at the end of the first season. They wouldn't be able to see Majorika, Lala, or the fairies again as a result of this. The MAHO-Dou was also deserted, and the Majokai's door had been locked.
The Queen, having seen everything through her crystal ball, arranges for Doremi and her companions to return to the Majokai with the excuse of returning Majorika's hair dryer. They do, however, end up in a garden, where one of the roses reveals a baby!
The Queen tells the girls that they will have to care for the baby for a year. They are given newer and stronger witch powers to assist them! The adventure hasn't yet come to an end!
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Toei Animation's Ojamajo Doremi (lit. "Bothersome Witch Doremi"), also known as Magical DoReMi in English, is a Japanese magical girl anime television series. It follows a group of elementary school girls who become witch apprentices, led by Doremi Harukaze. The four-season, 201-episode series aired on TV Asahi in Japan between February 1999 and January 2003, and was followed by an original video animation series that aired between June and December 2004. In 2005, 4Kids Entertainment produced an English-language version of the first season, which aired in North America. Two sequel films, manga adaptations, video games, and a light novel series have all been inspired by Ojamajo Doremi. On November 13, 2020, a 20th anniversary film titled Looking for Magical Doremi was released.
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