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why are there english lyrics in japanese op/ending themes.
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Posted 4/22/12
just a random thought
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Eigo ga kakoii dayo ne.

It's "cool" to have a little english in the song.
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The Japanese are also quite fascinated with the English language, so like Kuro stated, it makes it "cooler" and more appealing.
Posted 4/22/12
The Real question is
"Why are there japanese lyrics in japanese opening/ending themes?"

Don't you think
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Posted 4/22/12
It sounds good when they sing in english, and u can kinda sing along better
Posted 4/22/12
'Cause all Japs are English Wannabes.
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haikinka wrote:

'Cause all Japs are English Wannabes.


your nice ¬.¬!!!

Posted 4/22/12

BestNameEver wrote:

your nice ¬.¬!!!



I certainly wasn't mean.
Posted 4/22/12 , edited 4/22/12

haikinka wrote:


BestNameEver wrote:

your nice ¬.¬!!!



I certainly wasn't mean.


ill lock u up in a jar again for your rudeness sir

and no clue they wan say English

or could be some Japanese words don't sound as good as English ones so they use English ones because there shouter or sound nicer

like love i see loot them saying love in English

but love in Japanese is Ai seems a loot better to say in English
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BestNameEver wrote:


ill lock u up in a jar again for your rudeness sir


Plaese don't D: I.. I was talking about myself! I'm an english wannabe! So no jar!
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I'm pretty sure haikinka wasn't being rude and I'm also pretty sure about what I said before that they throw a few english words in because it's cool. 90% of the time the words have no meaning to the narrative of the song.
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It's mostly because it sounds 'cooler'. You'll notice that most bands from non-native English speaking countries also have English names.
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Because it'e different :3 I mean, we all talk different languages sometimes right? It's fun
Posted 4/22/12
because itf fun ;D
n the whole of the ending song of kuroshitsuji is in English xD
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The same reason 99% of chanting is in Latin it sounds mysterious, adds a unknown quality, and/or just flows better. As well as the fact that just as many of people learn Spanish or French and such in school, English is taught somewhat commonly as a second language and there more likely then not just using whatever they remember.
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