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Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU"
WatashimoILOVEYOU-r
Single by Coconuts Musume
Native title 私も「I LOVE YOU」
Released July 26, 2000
Genre J-Pop
Format CD Single
Length 14:17
Label SME Records
Producer Tsunku
Coconuts Musume Singles Chronology
Previous Tokonatsu Musume 3rd Single (2000)
Next Jounetsu Yuki Miraisen 5th Single (2001)

Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (私も「I LOVE YOU」; I Love You, Too) is Coconuts Musume's fourth single, and the last to feature Danielle. First press included a trading card. The single was released on July 26, 2000, and is their lowest selling single.

The lead track was used as the Commercial song for House Shokuhin’s Ozack (potato chips).

TracklistEdit

Coconuts Musume - Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (MV)

Coconuts Musume - Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (MV)

Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (MV)

  1. Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU"
  2. Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (SAMBA DE CoCo Remix)
  3. Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (Backing Track)

Featured MembersEdit

Single InformationEdit

Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU"
Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU" (SAMBA DE CoCo Remix)

TV PerformancesEdit

Concert PerformancesEdit

Watashi mo "I LOVE YOU"

Oricon Chart PositionsEdit

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Week Rank Sales
- - - - - - - 82 2,540

Total Reported Sales: 2,540

TriviaEdit

  • Hawaiian cover version in English of Coconuts Musume's "Watashi mo 'I Love You'" can be found on the obscure omnibus album "Aloha no Okurimono Hawaiian Style de Kiku J-Pops" released in 2003.
  • Around the same time as the release of this single, all the members of Hello! Project participated in what was called the summer shuffles. In the fall, enka singer Maeda Yuki took Danielle’s place in the group Akagumi 4, as Danielle had had an injury. Some months later it was announced that Danielle had graduated from Coconuts Musume to complete her university education. Rumors and speculations from fans at the time said she had had a nervous break-down (for whatever reason).

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