Had you ever thought that what a live performance of a single really needs to make it more interesting is tap dancing? No? Me neither. Why would you? You’d have to be insane to think such a thing. However someone involved with C-ute must certainly be insane (and yet on the other hand they are working with C-ute so they are also very very lucky). It’s a good job too as I can’t listen to Sakura Chirari now without hearing the tapping. In fact it’s so catchy that I decided to sub the performance. Then while I was at it I decided to show just why Tsunku wasn’t doing anything too different with the lyrics to Kimagure Princess. He has had prior form. So yes I also subbed a live performance of Massara Blue Jeans. If you hear the words “love me do” and immediately think of The Beatles you are wrong. The Beatles indeed. The very thought. Those lyrics totally belong to C-ute. As do the words “love me! Love me! Love me! Love me!” and the resulting thrusts. And to think that just a few short years ago I’d never even heard of C-ute or any other Hello! Project acts for that matter. Now when I think back it’s like some kind of scary Twilight Zone other reality. The stuff of nightmares.
Anyway both performances are from the ABC tour. It’s a great live show. I bought the dvd and watched it all the way through in one sitting. Something that doesn’t always happen with live dvd’s. Normally I need a break in the middle. C-ute are great to watch live.
The good thing about tap dancing is you really need to show the legs if you’re doing it.
Imagination? Well yes I have an imagination. But I can’t tell you what I’m thinking right now.
Does anybody think my blog is really pervy? I hope so. I’d hate to think I’m wasting my time here. 😀
A great song. True story.