I’m so excited and the song hasn’t even been released yet. Eeeeeeeeeeeeee, that’s my excitement! Xiumin looks so cute with purple hair. Btw, the song will be featured on their first Japanese mini album or EP, “Girls” on May 24. Which will also feature the Japanese version of “Hey Mama”. I’m gonna be sooo happy. Well, for now, enjoy the video. It has a circus theme, but them clowns are kinda scary, don’t ya think? Oh, if you don’t know who is who. Xiumin has the purple hair and cat-like eyes, Baekhyun has red hair and puppy eyes, and Chen has brown hair and also puppy eyes. There ya go. Enjoy!
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I also heard this song while listening to SBSpopasia on the same day I heard “Miss You” by Yan Ting. It’s sounds quite like many of the modern western electronic/dance songs you hear on the radio, right? Plus, I like the beat and dance moves.
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This song is awwesome. The band behind this song is even more awwesome. They mix traditional japanese folk music with western rock and this song helps proves it. It’s an amazing and beautiful song. Just listen,
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