Tomadoi Nagara

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"Tomadoi Nagara"
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Single by Arashi
from the album How's It Going?
B-side "Fuyu no Nioi"
ReleasedFebruary 13, 2003 (2003-02-13)
Genre Pop
Length43:04
Label J Storm
Arashi singles chronology
"Pikanchi"
(2002)
"Tomadoi Nagara"
(2003)
"Hadashi no Mirai/Kotoba yori Taisetsu na Mono"
(2003)

"Tomadoi Nagara" (とまどいながら, While Lost) is the tenth single of the Japanese boy band Arashi. The single was released in 2003 in two editions: a regular edition and a limited edition with a deluxe cover art. Both editions contain the same tracks. The limited edition includes a hidden track, the continuation of the group's Secret Talk from "Pikanchi".

Contents

Single information

"Tomadoi Nagara" was used as the theme song for the drama Yoiko no Mikata (よい子の味方, Ally of Good Children) starring Arashi member Sho Sakurai in his first lead role.

Track listing

No.TitleLyricsMusicArrangementLength
1."Tomadoi Nagara" (とまどいながら, "While Lost")Hirō ŌyagiŌyagiŌyagi4:16
2."Fuyu no Nioi" (冬のニオイ, "The Scent of Winter")Girls TalkGirls TalkTomoki Ishizuka5:14
3."Kimi ga Iinda" (君がいいんだ, "You're the One")
Akio Shimizu H-Wonder 5:10
4."Koigokoro" (コイゴコロ, "Awakening of Love")Silas LeeLeeJun Abe5:01
5."Tomadoi Nagara" (instrumental)ŌyagiŌyagiŌyagi4:17
6."Fuyu no Nioi" (instrumental)Girls TalkGirls TalkIshizuka8:57
7."Kimi ga Iinda" (instrumental)
  • Tozawa
  • Show
ShimizuH-Wonder5:11
8."Koigokoro" (instrumental)LeeLeeAbe4:58
Total length:43:04
Notes

Charts and certifications

Charts

Chart (2003)Peak
position
Japan Oricon Weekly Singles Chart [1] 2
Japan Oricon Yearly Singles Chart [2] 49

Certifications

CountryProviderSalesCertification
Japan RIAJ 104,140 [1] Gold [3]

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