Eien no Uta
"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|
"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. 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.'
|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|
Oricon sales chart (Japan)
|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|
- "中島美嘉、ニューシングル「永遠の詩」映画主題歌決定 (Nakashima Mika's new single "Eien no Uta" to be used as movie theme song)" (in Japanese). Barks. 2007-08-08. Retrieved 2007-09-10.
- "中島美嘉 : インフォメーション (Nakashima Mika: Information)" (in Japanese). Sony Music Online Japan. Retrieved 2007-09-10.