Takashi Fujii (藤井隆 Fujii Takashi), born March 10, 1972 in Toyonaka, Osaka, Japan) is a Japanese comedian and singer who belongs to the Japanese entertainment conglomerate Yoshimoto Kogyo and is the popular host of Matthew's Best Hit TV (as the character Matthew Minami (マシュー南 Mashū Minami), and various other related shows on TV Asahi, a major television network in Japan.
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Aoku sumiwataru sora wa Kodomo jimiteru to warau no kai Hitori otona butte te mo Amai koi ga mada shitai no sa. "hiasobi shite ite mo kokoro dake wa uranai no desu" Kuchidzuke no tsutanasa no ii wake shita ne Furete mo nai no ni. Sotsugyou tanjoubi Mukaeru tabi kimi no neuchi shitagaru nante Baka da na. Aoku sumiwataru sora wa Kodomo jimiteru to warau no sa Hitori tsuyogatteru no wa Amaetai kara sa Kono boku mo Dare mo kare mo. Aoku sumiwataru sora ga Toozakatte yuku to waratte'ta ne Ma aka ni moeru yoru no machi Kanraku doori o kake nukete Shiroku kasumu asa no machi Odori tsuk. Takashi Fujii - Oh my juliet! Takashi Fujii - Watashi no Aoi Sora. Takashi Fujii - Nanda Kanda. Takashi Fujii - Star Bright Love.
Takashi Fujii is also a popular talent himself and appears frequently on many Japanese variety shows. He has even made appearances in the . and China showing off both his comedy and music. Takashi Fujii has also made numerous other minor appearances as well as contributing his voice talent on various animated movies including 2004's Mind Game.
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Watashi No Aoi Tori" (わたしの青い鳥, lit. My Bluebird) is a popular song written by lyricist Yū Aku and composer Yasunori Nakamura, and originally recorded and released by idol Junko Sakurada. The single was released on August 25, 1973 and became one of Junko's signature songs, as well as a standard in the Japanese songbook.
Lyrics to 'Aoi Sora To Watashi' by Celeina Ann. 心地よい目覚めが, 爽やかな朝を彩ってく, 今日も小さな幸せ, 見つける旅に出かけよう, 土砂降りの雨でも, 向かい風吹く日も, 素敵な一日が始まるよ, 広い世界中で, ちっぽけな私たちだけど, きっと来る明日も夢抱いて, 歩いてゆこう, 青い空見上げて, ふたり一緒に口ずさむメロディー, 遥か遠くへ届くようにと.
Blue Sky in the Pocket (青い空はポケットさ Aoi Sora wa Poketto Sa) is an ending song used in the 1979 anime. It was sung by Kumiko Osugi. あわせつつむ ポケットさ くちぶえふいて あるいてゆこう こずえのうえでは おひさまが ホラホラ ん? てらしてる. ろいとりが そらをとぶ ぼくらのやねの うえをとぶ まどあけて よんでみよう ちいさなかぜが ほほえんで ホラホラ ん? ふいている. めをみるのは いいことさ おおきなゆめを つかまえろ かみをなびかせ かけてゆこう しろいわたぐも おいかけて ホラホラ ん? うたおうよ. Aoi sora wa poketto sa. Shiawase tsutsumu poketto sa Kuchibue fuite aruiteyukou Kozue no ue de ha ohisama ga Horahora n? terashiteru.