Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)

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"Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)"
Morning Musume Otome Gumi - Yuujou ~Kokoro no Busu niwa Naranee!~.jpg
Single by Morning Musume Otomegumi
Released February 25, 2004 (JP)
Format
Genre
Label Zetima
Producer(s) Tsunku
Morning Musume Otomegumi singles chronology
"Ai no Sono: Touch My Heart!"
(2003)
"Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)"
(2004)
"Ai no Sono: Touch My Heart!"
(2003)
"Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)"
(2004)

"Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)" (友情 ~心のブスにはならねぇ!~, "Friendship: I Won't Become Ugly on the Inside!") is the last single of the J-pop idol group Morning Musume subgroup Morning Musume Otomegumi. In addition to the title song and its karaoke version, the single also contains Morning Musume Otomegumi versions of the earlier Morning Musume songs "Say Yeah!: Motto Miracle Night" and "Summer Night Town".[1] "Say Yeah!: Motto Miracle Night" was originally featured on the Best! Morning Musume 1 album and "Summer Night Town" was originally featured on the "Summer Night Town" single. Morning Musume Sakuragumi also released another version of "Say Yeah!: Motto Miracle Night" at the same time on the "Sakura Mankai" single.[2]

Track listing[edit]

The lyricist and composer of the songs is Tsunku. Both "Yūjō ~Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!~" and the Otomegumi version of "Summer Night Town" was arranged by Suzuki Shunsuke. On the other hand, the Otomegumi version of "Say Yeah! ~Motto Miracle Night~" was arranged by Konoshi Takao.

CD[edit]

  1. "Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)" (友情 ~心のブスにはならねぇ!~)
  2. "Say Yeah!: Motto Miracle Night (Morning Musume Otomegumi Version)" (Say Yeah!: もっとミラクルナイト (モーニング娘。おとめ組Version))
  3. "Summer Night Town (Morning Musume Otomegumi Version)" (サマーナイトタウン(モーニング娘。おとめ組Version))
  4. "Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)" (Instrumental)

Single V DVD[edit]

The DVD also features the two version of Morning Musume Sakuragumi's "Sakura Mankai" music videos.[3]

2. "Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!)"
4. "Yūjō (Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!) (Oi! Oi! Version)"

Members at time of single[edit]

Personnel[edit]

Chart positions[edit]

Chart Peak position Chart run
Oricon Daily Singles Chart #2 7 days
Oricon Weekly Singles Chart #5[4] 6 weeks[4]
CDTV Weekly Top 100 Singles Chart #6[5] 4 weeks[5]

Performances[edit]

Television[edit]

Concerts[edit]

Concert title Filming date Release
Morning Musume Otomegumi Hatsukouen ~Otomechikku~]]
(モーニング娘。おとめ組~おとめチック~)
March 20, 2004 June 9, 2004
Morning Musume Concert Tour 2004 Haru The Best of Japan
(モーニング娘。Concert Tour 2004春 The Best of Japan)
July 14, 2004
v-u-den First Concert Tour 2005 Haru ~v-u-densetsu~
(美勇伝 ファーストコンサートツアー2005春 ~美勇伝説~)
May 29, 2005 August 17, 2005

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Yūjō" (in Japanese). Hello! project. 
  2. ^ "Sakura Mankai" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 
  3. ^ "Sakura Mankai/Yūjō" (in Japanese). Hello! Project. 
  4. ^ a b "Yūjō ~Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!~ ranking" (in Japanese). You Taiju. 
  5. ^ a b "Yūjō ~Kokoro no Busu ni wa Naranee!~ ranking" (in Japanese). CDTV. Archived from the original on 2008-01-08. 

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