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Kimi no Uchi ni Tsuku made Zutto Hashitte Yuku

"Kimi no uchi ni tsuku made zutto hashitte yuku"
Single by Garnet Crow
from the album first soundscope ~Mizu no nai hareta umi e~
B-side in little time
Released March 29, 2000
Format CD
Genre J-pop
Label Giza Studio
Writer(s) Nakamura Yuri
Garnet Crow singles chronology
"Mysterious Eyes"
(2000)
"Kimi no uchi ni tsuku made zutto hashitte yuku"
(2000)
"Futari no rocket"
(2000)

"Kimi no uchi ni tsuku made zutto hashitte yuku" (君の家に着くまでずっと走ってゆく) is a song by Garnet Crow, which was released as one of their two debut singles - which they released on the same day, March 29, 2000, after being signed record label Giza Studio. The other debut single was "Mysterious Eyes". The arrangement of the title track on this single is significantly more mellow than what was on their indies album and is the version that they have released on subsequent albums and performed in concerts.

The catalog number for this single is GZCA-1029. It reached number 40 in Japan.

Track listing

  1. 君の家に着くまでずっと走ってゆく
  2. in little time
  3. 君の家に着くまでずっと走ってゆく (instrumental)

External links

  • (Japanese) GARNET CROW's official website
  • (Japanese) GIZA studio's website


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