Garage Opening Theme Song Collection Shuu Vol. 3
Native title ガレージ・オープニングテーマソング集 Vol. 3
Released January 26, 2000
Genre J-Pop, J-Rock
Format CD
Label zetima zetima
Singles Chronology
Previous Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu Vol. 2
Next Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu Vol. 4

Garage Opening Theme Song Shuu Vol. 3 (ガレージ・オープニングテーマソング集; : Garage Opening Theme Song Collection Vol. 3) is a maxi single released under the zetima label.

It is the first of four maxi singles featuring opening theme songs for a TV-show called THE GARAGE, which aired on TV Tokyo from 1999-2000. The theme songs are all covers, and were sung by different artists managed by Zetima at the time.


  1. Dancing Seventeen (ダンシング・セブンティーン) (OX cover) - Ryo, Tenji, Kaoru, THE ME, Taisei, Makoto, Yasuda Kei, Ichii Sayaka, Taiyou to Ciscomoon
  2. Asa Made Matenai (朝まで待てない; I Can Hardly Wait for Morning) (The Mops cover) - 7HOUSE, Ryo, Kaoru
  3. Ama-iro no Kami no Otome (亜麻色の髪の乙女; The Girl with Sand-colored Hair) (Village Singers cover) - THE ME, Oonishi Sachiko, Abe Natsumi, Goto Maki, Taiyou to Ciscomoon
  4. Dancing Seventeen (Instrumental)
  5. Asa Made Matenai (Instrumental)
  6. Ama-iro no Kami no Otome (Instrumental)

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Single InformationEdit

Dancing Seventeen

  • Lyrics: Hashimoto Jun
  • Composition: Tsutsumi Kyouhei
  • Arrangement: Kawamoto Morifumi

Asa Made Matenai

Ama-iro no Kami no Otome

  • Lyrics: Hashimoto Jun
  • Composition: Sugiyama Kouichi
  • Arrangement: Takahashi Yuichi


  • The video for the opening theme song for December features THE ME, Oonishi Sachiko, Taiyou to Ciscomoon and Tanpopo, but on the single, "Ama-iro no Kami no Otome" is sung by THE ME, Oonishi Sachiko, Abe Natsumi, Maki Goto, and Taiyou to Ciscomoon (replacing Tanpopo with Abe and Goto).
  • Kenji is the lead singer of 7HOUSE: He married Iida Kaori in 2007.


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