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Published on May 3, 2011
24 year-old Miyoshi Umeki 梅木 美代志, using the stage name Nancy Umeki ナンシー梅木, sings サヨナラ "Sayonara (Let's Say Good-bye)" from the 1953 film 青春ジャズ娘 Seishun Jazz Musume. Recording issued on RCA VIctor Japan 78 RPM
The ending of the song is obscured by the action of the story...
Sayonara, if you don't want my love anymore, then what are we waiting for, let's say goodbye
If you loved me, then Darling, I'd gladly stay, but I can't go on this way, although I try
Someday, maybe you'll want my love, just tell me when, and maybe I'll be the one you're dreaming of, but 'til then,
Sayonara, I guess that it's better this way; there's nothing left to say, except goodbye