Yume o Mikata ni/Koi Kogarete Mita Yume

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"Yume o Mikata ni / Koi Kogarete Mita Yume"
Single by Ayaka
from the album Ayaka's History 2006–2009
Released April 22, 2009
Recorded 2009
Genre J-pop
Label Warner Music Japan
Writer(s) Ayaka, Kōichi Tsutaya, Yoshihiko Nishio
Ayaka singles chronology
"Anata to"
"Yume o Mikata ni / Koi Kogarete Mita Yume"
"Minna Sora no Shita"

Yume o Mikata ni/Koi Kogarete Mita Yume (夢を味方に/恋焦がれて見た夢?) is the 11th single from Ayaka. It was released on April 22, 2009. It peaked at 6 on the Oricon Charts.[citation needed]


Featuring two songs, "Yume o Mikata ni" and "Koi Kogarete Mita Yume", the single includes a live version of "Kimi ga Iru Kara" that was recorded from her live performance in February at Shibuya-AX. "Yume o Mikata ni" is a part of the Benesse promotion campaigns, used to cheer high school students on in their studies.[citation needed]

The single comes in two different versions, Limited and Regular. Limited comes with a bonus sticker.[citation needed]

This is be Ayaka's third double A-side single, after her second released back in March 2008, "Te o Tsunagō/Ai o Utaō".

Koi Kogarete Mita Yume is featured as the closing credit soundtrack for Cross Game (クロスゲーム), an anime on the TV Tokyo Network.

Track listing[edit]

All lyrics written by Ayaka. 

No. Title Music Arranger(s) Length
1. ""Yume o Mikata ni" (夢を味方に?)"   Ayaka, Koichi Tsutaya Akihisa Matsuura  
2. ""Koi Kogarete Mita Yume" (恋焦がれて見た夢?)"   Ayaka Shintarō Tokita (Sukima Switch)  
3. "Kimi ga Iru Kara" (2009-2-13@SHIBUYA-AX Fan Club Live ver.) Yoshihiko Nishio, Ayaka Ritsuko Homma  
4. ""Yume o Mikata ni" (夢を味方に?)" (Instrumental)      
5. ""Koi Kogarete Mita Yume" (恋焦がれて見た夢?)" (Instrumental)      


Preceded by
"Someday" by Exile
RIAJ Digital Track Chart number-one song
April 28, 2009
Succeeded by
"Ashita ga Kuru Nara" by Juju with Jay'ed