Sunao na Mama
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"Sunao na Mama" lit. "The State of Honesty"
|Single by Mika Nakashima|
|from the album Yes|
|Released||14 March 2007|
|Mika Nakashima singles chronology|
"Sunao na Mama" (素直なまま; The State of Honesty) is Mika Nakashima's 22nd single . This single was released on 14 March 2007, the same day as her album Yes. It appeared in a DoCoMo commercial, and is best described as a midtempo easy listening ballad.
The B-side is a cover of the song "Fever", which was made famous by Peggy Lee. Nakashima's version of the song, which she recorded with bassist Ron Carter, originally appeared on Ken Shima's Jazz compilation album, Shimaken Super Sessions, in late 2006. The single almost knocked Mika out of the Top 20 on the Oricon Singles Chart.
- Sunao na Mama (素直なまま; The State of Honesty)
- Sunao na Mama (Sugiurumn Remix)
- Sunao na Mama (Instrumental)
"Sunao na Mama" only managed to debut at #18 on the weekly Oricon charts and sold 8,682 copies in its first week. To date this is Mika's lowest charting single in her career.
Total Reported Sales: 14,392*