Happy (Koharu Kusumi song)

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"Happy"
Koharu Kusumi - Happy.jpg
Regular edition cover
Single by Kirari Tsukishima starring Koharu Kusumi (Morning Musume)
from the album Kirarin Land
Released May 2, 2007
Format CD Single
Recorded 2007
Genre J-pop
Label Zetima
Writer(s) Bounceback
Kirari Tsukishima starring Koharu Kusumi (Morning Musume) singles chronology
"Balalaika"
(2006)
"Happy" (2007) "Chance!"
(2007)

"Happy" (ハッピー☆彡, Happī?) is the third solo single of Morning Musume and Hello! Project member Koharu Kusumi, under the artist name "Kirari Tsukishima starring Koharu Kusumi (Morning Musume)" (月島きらり starring 久住小春(モーニング娘。)?). It was released on May 2, 2007 as a regular edition CD and limited edition CD with catalogue numbers EPCE-5470 and EPCE-5469 respectively.[1] "Happy" was used as the third opening theme song of the anime Kirarin Revolution, a series in which the protagonist is voiced by Kusumi. The coupling track on the single, "Koi no Mahō wa Habibi no Bi!", was used as the fifth ending theme song of the series. The limited edition version of the single was released with a "Super Corabo Mirufii Card", while the first pressing of the regular edition came with a "Deka Label Sticker".[1] The Single V was released on May 9, 2007 with catalogue number EPBE-5245.[2]

Track listings[edit]

CD[edit]

  1. "Happy" (ハッピー☆彡?)
    • Lyrics, composition, and arrangement by Bounceback
  2. "Koi no Mahō wa Habibi no Bi" (恋の魔法はハビビのビ!?, "Love's Magic is a Lover's Beauty")
    • Lyrics by Chieko Suyama and Katsuya Yoshida, composition and arrangement by Katsuya Yoshida
  3. "Happy (Instrumental)"

Single V DVD[edit]

  1. "Happy"
  2. "Happy (Dance Shot Ver.)"
  3. "Making of" (メイキング映像?)

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Happy" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 
  2. ^ "Single V "Happy"" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 

External links[edit]

  • Happy entry on the Hello! Project official website (Japanese)
  • Single V "Happy" entry on the Hello! Project official website (Japanese)