Our Days

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"Our Days"
Single by Ami Suzuki
from the album Infinity Eighteen Vol. 1
B-side "Rain of Tears"
Released 29 September 1999 (JP)
Format Maxi Single
Genre J-pop
Length 26:20
Label Sony Music
AICT-1137 (Japan, CD)
Composer(s) Tetsuya Komuro
Lyricist(s) Mitsuko Komuro and Tetsuya Komuro
Producer(s) Tetsuya Komuro

"Our Days" is the 8th single released by Japanese singer Ami Suzuki under label Sony Music Japan.


The song was a huge success at the time of its release, debuting at number one in the Oricon charts, and being also one of the best-selling singles of Suzuki. The song "Our Days" was her second single that was written by Mitsuko Komuro, and also was used as the main theme of "Professional Style", a home product made by Kanebo. The maxi single included a clip of "Rain of Tears", a song of Suzuki that appeared on a Kodak TV Commercial called "Snap Kids".

Following her blacklisting from the music industry in September 2000, production and distribution of the single stopped in its entirety.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Mitsuko Komuro and Tetsuya Komuro; all music composed by Tetsuya Komuro.

CD single
No. Title Length
1. "Our Days (Original Mix)" 4:55
2. "Our Days (Serenity Mix)" 4:55
3. "Our Days (TV Mix)" 4:55
4. "Rain of Tears (CM Version)" 1:13
Preceded by
"Love Machine" by Morning Musume
Oricon Weekly number one single
October 11, 1999
Succeeded by
"Ame no Melody/to Heart" by KinKi Kids