Dakedo Aishisugite (Mix for Single) (だけど 愛しすぎて (Mix for Single); But I Loved You Too Much (Mix for Single)) is Heike Michiyo's fourth single, released on October 25, 1998. The single reached #95 on the weekly Oricon charts and charted for one week. It reportedly sold 2,060 copies, and is her lowest selling single.

"Dakedo Aishisugite" was re-arranged and used as the opening theme for the movie Morning Cop ~Daite HOLD ON ME!~, and released on the soundtrack in September 1998.

Tracklist[edit | edit source]

Heike_Michiyo_-_Dakedo_Aishisugite_(MV)

Heike Michiyo - Dakedo Aishisugite (MV)

Dakedo Aishisugite

  1. Dakedo Aishisugite
  2. Shinkokyuu Shiyou!! (深呼吸しよう!!; Let's Take a Deep Breath!!)
  3. Dakedo Aishisugite (Original Karaoke)

Single Information[edit | edit source]

Dakedo Aishisugite
Shinkokyuu Shiyou!!
  • Lyrics: Makiho Emi
  • Composition and Arrangement: Hatake

TV Performances[edit | edit source]

Dakedo Aishisugite

  • [1998.10.29] Nikkan Hit
  • [1999.01.10] Music Jump

Concert Performances[edit | edit source]

Dakedo Aishisugite

External Links[edit | edit source]

Heike Michiyo
Discography
Major Singles 1. GET | 2. Sotsugyou ~TOP OF THE WORLD~ | 3. Daikirai | 4. Dakedo Aishisugite | 5. Anata no Yume ni Naritai | 6. scene | 7. One Room Natsu no Koi Monogatari | 8. Ai no Chikara | 9. Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye | 10. Propose | 11. Murasaki Shikibu
Indies Singles 1. Ran・RUN・Ran | 2. unaffected
Major Albums Original: Teenage Dream
Best: For ourself ~Single History~
Soundtrack: Morning Cop ~Daite HOLD ON ME!~
Indies Albums 1. JECICA | 2. Koimizuki | 3. Fantasia
Units & Other Acts
Associated Acts Kiiro 5 | 7nin Matsuri | Sexy 8
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