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Old 2006-06-23, 04:06   Link #69
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Originally Posted by kj1980
This may surprise you guys, but THEY DID USE a native English speaker to check the lyrics and give pronounciation lessons to Katakiri Rekka. That doesn't mean however, that ALL native English speakers are professionals in translating lyrics to match the tune. If they had the money, they would hire a pro at BMG Japan. Unfortunately, this is just a "lowly" anime with "otaku-ish" sponsors - they opted for the best they can afford. Basically, it comes down to "you get what you pay for."
Ok, I didn't know that. So now I'll always be doubting anime songs lyrics, wherever they're from.
And I'll be doubting anime Japanese lyrics too, and lyrics in general as well. I'll be doubting music, and language as a whole!


KJ, I don't know why, you just made me feel down.
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