Boku wa Kimi ni Koi o Suru

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"Boku wa Kimi ni Koi o Suru"
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Single by Ken Hirai
Released October 21, 2009
Format Maxi single
Recorded 2009
Genre Pop
Length 18:37
Label DefStar Records
Writer(s) Ken Hirai, Kōki Mitani, Nao Tanaka
Ken Hirai singles chronology
"Boku wa Kimi ni Koi o Suru"
Alternative cover
Limited edition cover
Limited edition cover

"Boku wa Kimi ni Koi o Suru" (僕は君に恋をする?, lit. "I Will Love You") is Ken Hirai's thirty-second single, released on October 21, 2009, just a month after "Candy". The single was released in two formats: limited CD+DVD and regular CD only editions. The title song was written for the movie Boku no Hatsukoi o Kimi ni Sasagu (僕の初恋をキミに捧ぐ?, I'll Give You My First Love), starring Mao Inoue and Masaki Okada.[1]

In 2011, the song was certified as being downloaded more than 500,000 times as a full-length download to cellphones.[2]

Track list[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Boku wa Kimi ni Koi o Suru (僕は君に恋をする?, Fall in love with You)" Ken Hirai K. Hirai 5:12
2. "Hitori ja Nai (一人じゃない?, Not Alone)" Kōki Mitani K. Hirai 4:50
3. "Catch You" K. Hirai K. Hirai, Nao Tanaka 3:26
4. "Boku wa Kimi ni Koi o Suru (Less Vocal)"   K. Hirai 5:09
Limited Edition DVD
No. Title Length
1. ""Ken's Bar II" Release Party Special!"  


Oricon sales chart[edit]

Release Oricon Singles Charts Peak Position Debut Sales Sales Total Chart Run
October 21, 2009 Daily Chart 2 60,379 5 weeks
Weekly Chart 3 30,034
Monthly Chart (October 2009) 10
Yearly Chart (2009) 87

Billboard Japan sales chart[edit]

Release Chart Peak Position
October 21, 2009 Billboard Japan Hot 100 1
Billboard Japan Hot Top Airplay 1
Billboard Japan Hot Singles Sales 3

Physical sales charts[edit]

Chart Peak
Oricon Daily Singles Chart 2
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 3
Oricon Monthly Singles Chart 10
Oricon Yearly Singles Chart 87
Five Music J-pop/K-pop Chart[3] (Taiwan)
Soundscan Singles Chart (CD+DVD)[4] 3
Soundscan Singles Chart (CD-Only)[5] 15

Chart procession and succession[edit]

Preceded by
"Motto..." by Kana Nishino
RIAJ Digital Track Chart number-one song
October 27, 2009
Succeeded by
"Motto..." by Kana Nishino


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