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Single by Momoiro Clover Z ---- Release Date November 21, 2012
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single, DVD
Label StarChild
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Momoiro Clover Z Single Chronology
---- Previous: Otome Sensō 8th Single
(2012)
Next: GOUNN 10th Single
(2013)

ももいろクローバーZ「サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ」MV

ももいろクローバーZ「サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ」MV

ももいろクローバーZ_ファービータイアップソング_「Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee」

ももいろクローバーZ ファービータイアップソング 「Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee」

Limited Edition

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Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ?, "Farewell, My Dear Sorrows") is the 9th single by Momoiro Clover Z. It was released on November 21, 2012 Under KING RECORD. The title track became the group's first song to top the Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart.

Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo peeked at number 2 on the Oricon Daily Chart and number 2 on the Oricon Weekly Chart.

Track List[]

Regular edition[]

  1. Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ. "Farewell, My Dear Sorrows")
  2. Kuroi Shūmatsu (黒い週末, "Black Weekend")
  3. Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee
  4. Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo (instrumental) (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ(off vocal ver.))
  5. Kuroi Shūmatsu (instrumental) (黒い週末(off vocal ver.))
  6. Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee

Limited Edition[]

  1. Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ, "Farewell, My Dear Sorrows")
  2. Kuroi Shūmatsu (黒い週末, "Black Weekend") 6:20
  3. Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo (instrumental) (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ(off vocal ver.))
  4. Kuroi Shūmatsu (instrumental) (黒い週末(off vocal ver.)) ]

DVD

  1. Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo (music video) (サラバ、愛しき悲しみたちよ(MUSIC VIDEO))


Song Information[]

Featured Members[]

Oricon Position[]

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
x 3 2   3   3   2   2   2         73,745
2 13   12   8   9   5   4   2         14,038
3 19   19   13   12   12   9   15         6,853
5 27   21   18   15   9   11   18         6,967
8 25 22   23   17   11   5   17         4,490
5 15   9   10   7   8   6   10         5,493
11 6   6   6   6   8   6   6         5,697
7 22   26   22   25   17   14   22         3,559
12 32 29   25   24   25   21   27         2,907
16 x   x   x   40   40   38   47        1,855
35 x x   x   x   46   38   63         1,411
x x   x   x   x   x   37         1,194
28 x   x   x   x   x   70         1,150
x x   x   x   x   x   x   88         908
x x x   x   x   x   x   93       761
x x   x   x   x   x   x   98         669
x x   x   x   x   x   x   116         528
x x   x   x   x   x   x   104        561
x x   x   x   x   x   x   128         448
x x   x   x   x   x   x   140         377
x x x   x   x   x   x   71        663
x x   x   x   x   x   x   115         430
x x   x   x   x   x   x   171         329
x x   x   x   x   x   x   136         372
x x   x   x   x   x   x   154         273
  • Total Reported Sales: 133,681*
  • Total Sales of 2012: 94,636 (#84 single of the year)
  • Total Sales of 2013: 39,045*

Trivia[]

  • 'Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo' became the group's first song to top the Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart.
  • 'Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo' is a theme song of the Nippon Television family drama series Akumu-chan
  • "Wee-Tee-Wee-Tee" is sung in Japanese and Furbish.
  • The cover's theme is "good and evil". On the regular edition's cover the Momoiro Clover members are wearing white costumes and on the limited edition's — black, representing two outlooks on the world. Also in the regular edition, there are devilish shadows behind each of the members.
  • Electroluminescent wire costumes were used. The glowing outfits had radio control systems hid in them
  • The video was directed by Hideki Kuroda, who notably shot music videos for such artists as SMAP and Southern All Stars
  • 'Saraba, Itoshiki Kanashimitachi yo' got top VMAJ honors for Best Choreography at the MTV Music awards 2013
  • If you look closely on the cover on the Regular Edition, you can see that Reni has a white gun.
  • A B-side, Kuroi Shumatsu, notably starts with Reni coughing, as indicating the beat of the song.
  • Reni coughing at the beginning of Kuroi Shuumatsu is also a tribute to the Black Sabbath song Sweet Leaf. see List of allusions. List of allusions

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