Simple And Clean

Album: Deep River (2002)


  • This song is about feeling insecure about a relationship. Utada wrote this song for her boyfriend to tell her that though she feels that they are moving farther away from each other, she does not fear the future regardless of what people have been telling her.
  • This song is the English version of her Japanese song "Hikari." which was released on her single CD, "COLORS." The song was also featured on the video game Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories. >>
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    Randy - Tucson, AZ, for above 2

Comments: 2

  • Jordan from --, Inthis song is so awsome. i want the english version of this song that's on the Kingdom Hearts games. but i can't find it. but i think this song is about an insevure relationship. Utada Hikaru, i hope everything works out.
  • Michael from Brooklyn, NyThis is, by far, my most favorite song ever. With most songs, I get tired of them after a while, but not with this. Simple and Clean forever!!
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