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Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete

"Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete"
B-side Ai ni Niteru
Released August 19, 2009
Format Digital download, CD single
Recorded 2009
Genre J-Pop
Length 4:15
Label Giza Studio
Writer(s) Azuki Nana, Yuri Nakamura
Producer Hirohito Furui
Garnet Crow singles chronology

"Doing All Right"
(2009)
"Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete"
(2009)
"Over Drive"
(2010)

"Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete" (花は咲いて ただ揺れて?, Flowers Just Bloom and Sway) is the 30th single by the Japanese band Garnet Crow. It was released on August 19, 2009.[1] The song's melody was created by singer, Nakamura Yuri, with the lyrics written by keyboard player, Azuki Nana. The song is about the lives of flowers, seen from a darker perspective.

A rearranged version of this titular song also appeared on the band's seventh album, Stay: Yoake no Soul. The album's limited edition disc featured another version of the song, titled "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete: Silent Poet ver.".

It reached number 14 in the Oricon music chart, making it the band's worst-ranked single in three years on the charts.

Track listing

  1. "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete" - 4:15
  2. "Ai ni Niteru" - 3:28
  3. "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete (Instrumental)" - 4:15
  • CD+DVD single[3]
  1. "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete" - 4:15
  2. "Ai ni Niteru" - 3:28
  3. "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete (Instrumental)" - 4:15
  4. "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete" (Musicvideo) - 4:15
  5. Short music clip from 7th album Stay: Yoake no Soul
  • Digital download[4]
  1. "Hana wa Saite Tada Yurete" - 4:15
  2. "Ai ni Niteru" - 3:28

Charts and certifications

Tie-up

The song was used as the ending theme for the TV show Uwasa no! Tokyo Magazine.

Release history

Region Date Format
Japan August 19, 2009[2] Digital download, CD single

References

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