Mamoritai (White Wishes)

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"Mamoritai (White Wishes)"
Mamoritai White Wishes (CD Only).jpg
CD Only
Single by BoA
from the album Identity
Released December 9, 2009
Format Limited Edition, CD-only, CD+DVD
Recorded 2009
Genre J-pop
Label Avex Trax
Producer(s) TBA
BoA singles chronology
"Bump Bump!"
"Mamoritai: White Wishes"
CD+DVD cover
CD Only (Tales of Graces version)

Mamoritai (White Wishes) (まもりたい ~White Wishes~?, lit. Want to Protect (White Wishes)) is BoA's twenty-ninth[1] Japanese single. It was released on December 9, 2009,[2] in three formats, Limited Tales of Graces Edition, CD-only and CD+DVD.[3]

"Mamoritai (White Wishes)" is featured as the theme song of the game Tales of Graces.

Track list[edit]

CD Only Edition
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Mamoritai (White Wishes)" Mizue Hiroo Yamaguchi 3:33
2. "The End Soshite And..." BoA BoA 5:53
3. "Bump Bump! feat. Verbal(M-Flo) KOZM・Mix (First Press CD Only Bonus Track)" Verbal Verbal 4:05
4. "Mamoritai (White Wishes) (Instrumental)" Mizue Hiroo Yamaguchi 3:33
5. "The End Soshite And... (Instrumental)" BoA BoA 5:53
No. Title Length
1. "Mamoritai (White Wishes) (Music Video)"  
2. "Mamoritai (White Wishes) (Making Clip) ~ (First Press CD+DVD Bonus Video)"  
Tales of Graces Version
No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Mamoritai (White Wishes)" Mizue Hiroo Yamaguchi 3:33
2. "Mamoritai (White Wishes) (Tales of Graces Version)" Mizue Hiroo Yamaguchi 2:18
3. "Mamoritai (White Wishes) (English Version)" EMI K.Lynn Hiroo Yamaguchi 3:33
4. "Mamoritai (White Wishes) (Instrumental)" Mizue Hiroo Yamaguchi 3:33
5. "Best Hit Mega Blend"     4:56
6. "Tales of Graces × Mamoritai (White Wishes) [Special Movie (CD-Extra)]"      

Live performances[edit]

  1. 10/10 - Disney'S: The Basic'S Special Live -Christmas Songs-
  2. 12/4, 12/5, 12/8 - BoA the Live "X-mas" 2009
  3. 12/11 - Music Fighter
  4. 02/19/10 - Music Station


Oricon Sales Chart (Japan)

Chart Peak Position Sales Total
Oricon Daily Singles Chart 2 50,613
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart 3


  1. ^ 보아, 데뷔 10주년 맞아 프로듀서 변신 (in Korean). SPN. November 13, 2009. Retrieved November 14, 2009. 
  2. ^ "보아, 한국은 안와?" 日싱글-앨범-공연 ‘종횡무진’ 韓팬은 ‘울상’ (in Korean). November 12, 2009. Retrieved November 14, 2009. [dead link]
  3. ^ "BoA". Avex Trax. November 2009. Retrieved 11 November 2009.