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Hatsune Miku - 39 (San-kyuu)

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Published on Mar 5, 2016

It's a "th" sound, Miku. You know, like in "fifTH birTHday"?

In Japanese, the digits 3 and 9 can be read "mi-ku" or "san-kyuu." "San-kyuu" sounds like "thank you," so this gets some mileage. AS YOU CAN SEE.

(For the record, the "hi-fu-mi" readings are unique to Japanese, and the "ichi-ni-san" are adopted from Chinese. But both readings are used in different parts of the language. It's a bit silly.)

"The UK who crossed space-time itself arrives to give his thanks!!!! \\└(THA´⌒ω⌒`NKS)┘// To you who's so precious to me, and to all those who give their support, thank you." - sasakure.UK
"Thanks to all the people I've come to get involved with! I look forward to keeping on with you. thank you, 39!!!!!!!!!!" - DECO*27

There's a sort of pun in "atashi de atte" - since it's in hiragana instead of specific kanji, it can mean "meeting me" (from the verb "deau") like the prior lines, or more fittingly, "being me" (conjugation of "de aru").

Original video: http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/so18274463
Lyrics: http://vgperson.com/lyrics.php?song=s...

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