Heike promoting the single

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (結局 Bye Bye Bye; In the End, Bye Bye Bye) is Heike Michiyo's ninth single. It was released on February 7, 2001, and sold a total of 10,240 copies.

Tracklist[edit | edit source]


Heike Michiyo - Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (MV)

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

  1. Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye
  2. Ame・Ame・Yoru (雨・雨・夜; Rain, Rain, Night)
  3. Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye (Instrumental) (結局 Bye Bye Bye(Instrumental))

Single Information[edit | edit source]

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

TV Performances[edit | edit source]

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

Concert Performances[edit | edit source]

Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye

Oricon Chart Positions[edit | edit source]

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 45 7,000

Total Reported Sales: 10,240

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • First press came with 1 of 3 different trading cards.
  • The single was first announced to be released on November 22nd, 2000, with the title "Dakishimerarete...", but the release was postponed and the title changed.
  • The title track was used as the ending theme to TV Tokyo's quiz show Quizz Akahaji Aohaji.
  • "Kekkyoku Bye Bye Bye" was used as the ending theme to Idol wo Sagase!.

Interview[edit | edit source]

Heike said in an interview on January 29th:

“I feel like I was born to sing this song. When I listened to this song for the first time, I felt goose bumps. I received the demo tape when I was feeling spacey in a car. But as soon as I listened to it, it woke me right up. lol.

As you know, whenever I receive the new song, I get excited. But this time, it was a little bit different. All my life, I’d been searching for the perfect match, and this song was exactly it. I feel like I was born to sing this song.

My first recording attempt wasn’t very good. I felt like the song ‘owned’ me, and I never felt like that before. Since it was easy to memorize, I thought it was going to be easy to sing too, but boy was I wrong! I realized at that point that I had to change my whole attitude to face this song. Tsunku also gave me a piece of advice: ‘Please forget about how you used to sing, and find a new way to sing this song and built a new image for yourself.’ So I was able to be humble once again in a positive way.

[…] The main character in this song is a strong-willed woman with a little bit of weakness showing up here and there. And that’s what’s interesting about the lyrics. Men would usually admit, ‘that’s why I never quite understand women’s minds.’ This song reflects those typical feelings about women very well. This song has a mixture of who I am and who I’d like to be. If you have a chance to listen to this song on a wired radio etc. and realize, ‘I now understand who Michiyo Heike really is. I like her, and I like this song’, then that would make me very happy. I’m not sure how many copies will be sold, but I’ve put a lot of my soul into it. I wish many people could feel my energy through this song.[1]

References[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

Heike Michiyo
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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