Gomenasai

Album: Dangerous And Moving (2005)

Songfacts®:

  • Trevor Horn, who worked with Frankie Goes To Hollywood, Yes and the Buggles, produced the album, which explains the 1980s "club" feel to the music. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    LeeAnne - Hazel crest, IL
  • Dangerous And Moving was t.A.T.u's second album. Their first album was released in 2002 and contained the hit "All The Things She Said." At that time, they were being marketed as underage lesbians.
  • In the Japanese anime-inspired video, the girls are besieged by robots, and Julia's animated counterpart ends up saving the day by blowing up her car. Another video, directed by hip-hop veteran Hype Williams, is a live action piece that finds the duo singing in Los Angeles' Botanical Gardens.

Comments: 2

  • Marek from Olsztyn,its small mistake - should be ごめんなさい gomennasai. But song its really cool.
  • Evie from Farmington, NmGomenasai means 'I'm sorry' in japanese. So obviously by the title, they were singing about being sorry for all their mistakes, or anything that other people have done wrong.
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