Synonyms for kimi_ga or Related words with kimi_ga

kimi_wo              zutto              soshite              anata_ga              anata_ni              aitai              hoshii              watashi_ga              koi_wa              omoi              oshiete              boku_ga              ga_aru              owaranai              wasurenai              boku_wa              kimi_ni              yasashii              boku_ni              ikenai              yume_wo              watashi_wa              itsumo              negai              dekinai              tameni              mienai              itsuka              watashi              soredemo              yō_ni              suki_ni              dakishimete              kudasai              koisuru              chiisana              subete              utsukushii              nante              koi_suru              hoshi_ni              namida              sekai_wa              hibi              chikai              tame_ni              anata              tsuki_ni              omoide              kimi_wa             

Examples of "kimi_ga"
Taisetsu na Koto wa Subete Kimi ga Oshiete Kureta (2011)
"Kimi ga Iru Kara" () is a single by a Japanese American singer Kylee. This single includes 3 songs: "Kimi ga Iru Kara", "On My Own" & "She Wishes". All songs are used in the film "Memoirs of a Teenage Amnesiac" () and "Kimi ga Iru Kara" is also the theme song.
By the end of the year, "Love Yourself (Kimi ga Kirai na Kimi ga Suki)" was reported by Oricon to sell 439,736 copies and was later certified Platinum by RIAJ denoting over 250,000 shipments.
"The Only One" was used in the Japanese drama "Pure Soul ~Kimi ga boku wo wasuretemo~".
The music video for "Kimi ga Iru Kara" was filmed in Los Angeles.
"kaze fukeba / okitsu shiranami" / tatsuta yama / yowa ni ya kimi ga hitori koyuran
Zard covered "Totsuzen" and "Kimi ga Ita kara" in their album Today Is Another Day.
4. "Sampai Dirimu Menjadi Bintang" (Kimi ga Hoshi ni Naru Made)
"ALL FOR YOU" was the theme song of the popular Japanese drama "Kimi Ga Omoide Ni Naru Mae Ni"
The lyrics of "Kimi ga Inai Mirai" include the song titles of the other three songs on the single.
Also, Tsunku has revealed that the coupling track "Watashi ga Ite Kimi ga Iru" is an energetic song.
At a "Final Fantasy" event, held on November 29, 2009; Sugawara was present and in front of 2,000 "Final Fantasy" fans she performed both "Kimi ga Iru Kara" and "Eternal Love". Sugawara also performed "Kimi ga Iru Kara" on the December 6, 2009 episode of "Music Japan".
Characters from "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien" can be seen in other works by Âge. Akane is the main heroine in the "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien" spin-off and "Muv-Luv" prequel "Akane Maniax". She also appears in "Muv-Luv" as a student in Hakuryou Hiiragi.
The "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien" anime television series has two main theme songs: the opening theme "Precious Memories", and the ending theme , which are both sung by Kuribayashi. Two additional songs by Kuribayashi were also used: "Rumbling Hearts" as the ending theme of episode two, and as an insert song. The ending theme for episode 14 is "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien" by Rino. For "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Next Season", the opening theme is "Next Season" and the ending theme is "Eternity"; both songs are sung by Kuribayashi.
Jyongri's next single was called "Unchanging Love: Kimi ga Ireba" and was released on June 4, 2008. "Unchanging Love: Kimi ga Ireba" was used as the ending theme for various TV programs around May to July 2008. "Unchanging Love: Kimi ga Ireba" debuted at #12 in Japan and has since sold a total of 21,496 copies. The single featured of cover of "Your Song", by Elton John. The single was soon followed by the release of Jyongri's second album "Love Forever" on July 2, 2008. The album outpeaked her debut album when it debuted at #17 on the Oricon chart. "Love Forever" sold 12,792 copies in its first week.
The "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien: Special FanDisk" released on June 25, 2004 contains , a retelling of the first chapter of the game allowing for greater control over Takayuki's actions in the first chapter. The player is now allowed to prevent the accident or end up with someone else altogether. It also includes a collection of short stories featuring the game's various characters, a game version of "True Lies" from the "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien Drama Theater vol. 4 Radio Special", the radio special, a parody of "Muv-Luv Extra" featuring "Kimi ga Nozomu Eien"s characters called and a version of the puzzle game .
Kimi Ga Suki * Raifu (lit. "I Love You - Life") is the eighth album by alternative rock musician Matthew Sweet. It was released on RCAM Records in 2003.
In 2003, Sweet released "Kimi Ga Suki", a garage-rock album initially released in Japan, where Sweet has a significant following.
At the Kawasaki city Coming of Age Day ceremony in 2002 and 2004, he performed the Japanese national anthem, "Kimi ga yo."
Their most famous song is "Secret Base (Kimi ga Kureta Mono)", released on August 8, 2001. The single sold about 744,000 copies on Japanese Oricon charts.