Anata ni Muchū

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"Anata ni Muchū"
Single by Candies
from the album Anata ni Muchū ~Uchiki na Candies~
B-side Namida Kusa
Released September 1, 1973 (Japan)
Genre J-pop
Length 3:10
Label CBS Sony
Writer(s) Michio Yamagami, Kōichi Morita
Candies singles chronology
"Anata ni Muchū"
"Soyokaze no Kuchizuke"

"Anata ni Muchū" (あなたに夢中?, "Crazy For You") is the debut single of Japanese girl group Candies, released on September 1, 1973. It sold over 81,000 copies.[1]

The song features Yoshiko Tanaka (at that time known by her nickname, 'Sue') as the main vocalist from the three.

The song was featured on their album Anata ni Muchū ~Uchiki na Candies~

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Anata ni Muchū" (あなたに夢中?, "Crazy For You")
  2. "Namida sou" (なみだ草?, "Grass Tears")
  • Lyrics: Michio Yamagami
  • Music: Kōichi Morita
  • Arrangement: Kōji Ryūzaki

Chart positions[edit]

Chart (1973) Peak
Japanese Oricon Singles Chart 36


  • Japanese musical duo The Peanuts had a song with the same name, though the songs are not related.


  1. ^ "Yamachan Land (Archives of the Japanese record charts) - Singles Chart Daijiten - Candies" (in Japanese). Archived from the original on 2011-05-24. Retrieved 2011-05-16.