Eien no Uta

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"永遠の詩"
"Eien no Uta" lit. "Eternal Poem""
Single by Mika Nakashima
from the album Voice
Released October 3, 2007
Label Sony Music Associated Records
Writer(s) Sin, Kazufumi Miyazawa
Mika Nakashima singles chronology
Life
(2007)
Eien no Uta
(2007)
Sakura: Hanagasumi
(2008)

"Eien no Uta" (永遠の詩 lit. Eternal Poem?) is a single by Japanese singer Mika Nakashima. The title track of the single, a reggae-inflected ballad with producer Stephen McGregor, was used as the theme song of the movie Southbound, released in October 2007.[1] The single's other song, a cover of Cole Porter's "You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To," was made with jazz band Katteni-Shiyagare and previously included on the Katteni-Shiyagare tribute album, 'Let's Get Lost.'[2]

Track listing[edit]

CD
No. Title Lyrics Music Arranger(s) Length
1. "Eien no Uta (永遠の詩 lit. Eternal Poem?)"   Kazufumi Miyazawa Sin Toshiya Mori, Stephen McGregor  
2. "You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To"   Cole Porter Cole Porter Katteni-Shiyagare  
3. "Eien no Uta (永遠の詩 lit. Eternal Poem?)" (Instrumental) Kazufumi Miyazawa Sin Toshiya Mori, Stephen McGregor  

Charts[edit]

Oricon sales chart (Japan)[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position Sales Total Chart Run
October 03, 2007 Oricon Daily Singles Chart 4
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 5 24,146 7 weeks
Oricon Monthly Singles Chart
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart

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