Tanpopo (song)

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"Tanpopo (たんぽぽ)"
Tanpopo.jpg
Single by Tanpopo
from the album Tanpopo 1
Released June 16, 1999 (JP)
Format CD Single (8cm)
Recorded 1999
Genre J-pop
Label Zetima Records
Songwriter(s) Tsunku
Producer(s) Tsunku
Tanpopo singles chronology
"Motto"
(1999)
"'Tanpopo' (たんぽぽ)"
(1999)
"Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru"
(1999)
"Motto"
(1999)
"Tanpopo"
(1999)
"Seinaru Kane ga Hibiku Yoru"
(1999)

"Tanpopo" (たんぽぽ, Dandelion) is the third single of Hello! Project subgroup Tanpopo. It was released on June 16, 1999 as an 8 cm CD. It reached number ten on the Japan Oricon charts. Unlike other Tanpopo singles, the song was first featured in Tanpopo 1 before it was released as a single.

Former Tanpopo member, Aya Ishiguro, reunited with the group's 2nd Generation to sing the Grand Symphonic version of the song. This new version, along with the single version, was featured in the group's second album, All of Tanpopo.

Track listing[edit]

The lyricist and composer of the songs is Tsunku. The arranger of "Tanpopo" was Takao Konishi, while Kaoru Yamauchi arranged the b-side song.

  1. "Tanpopo"
  2. "A Rainy Day"
  3. "Tanpopo (Instrumental)"

Members at the time of single[edit]

Musical Personnel[edit]

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