Something a little different

Okay, so usually when I make a post I take some sort of anime and go off an a huge rant. Now! That’s fine and all, but I’ve decided to mix it up a bit. Angel Beats is one of my favorite animes and one of the things I really enjoyed in it was the music. For some reason, I thought it would be a good idea to cover one of the songs! So what I did was grab my handy-dandy guitar and attempted to sing in Japanese. Now, I am fully aware that my pronunciation may be completely horrible, but hey. I gave it a shot. The next thing I did was make a little doodle of Iwasawa Asami because she’s the character that sings the song, and plus she’s very cute. Upon realizing I couldn’t just upload the audio file onto wordpress, I somehow after much debate just decided to throw the thing on youtube. So, here it is! A little bit of variety to spice up my posts. I may do this every now and again if anyone seems to get any joy out of it. Let me know what you think. c: And I do thoroughly apologize for probably having terrible pronunciation.

-Kyla

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5 responses to “Something a little different

  1. Kyla! Even though I didn’t understand the song very much, one thing is clear to me: you indeed are an amazing person, inside and out. Your writing is amazing, your singing is amazing, and most of all, you are an amazing friend. Keep up the outstanding work and I would absolutely love to hear more of your singing. 🙂

  2. Reblogged this on Life Is What Happens. and commented:
    My good friend Kyla recently blogged a cover she did on her own blog, ‘Geeky Girls VS the World’. She is an amazing writer and singer, and I recommend you all check it out. Even though I couldn’t really understand much of the song for it was sung in Japanese, it still managed to just about bring tears to my eyes. Simply beautiful.

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