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Ai no Uta


  1. "Ai no Uta" is an image song released in conjunction with the video game Pikmin for the Nintendo GameCube. The song was only used in commercials for the game and does not appear in the game itself, and those commercials appeared only in Japan. A small clip of the song though can be heard being sung by the Pikmin in Pikmin 2, and the song is one of the default tracks available for the Distant Planet stage in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. The song is sung by the virtual group Strawberry Flower, who also sang the theme song for Pikmin 2. The title of the song translates to "Song of Love," so named because the song expounds on the emotions the Pikmin feel in relation to their involvement in the game.
  2. "Ai no Uta" is a song by Kumi Koda.
  3. "Ai No Uta" a.k.a. "AINO UTA" is a composition, cataloged instance.
  4. "Ai No Uta" is the 1st studio album by Ai Nonaka, released on 1 February 2006.
  5. "Ai no Uta" is a 2001 album by Strawberry Flower.
    • released on (13 years ago)
  6. "Ai no uta" is a musical single of Psycho le Cému.
    • also known as 愛の唄
    • released on (13 years ago)


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JPNI Download: Namu Amide Butsu wa Ai no Uta. AKAI Download: Song in Loving Homage to Amida Buddha. Video. DIRI Rintaro. SCR: Yoshiyuki Suga. DESI Yoshinori Kaneda. ANII Takao Noda. mus: Hiroshi Kamiyatsu. PRD: AIC, Artmic.

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More than in any other performing arts the lack of respect for acting seems to spring from the fact that every layman considers himself a valid critic. (Uta Hagan)
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