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Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni / Kono Machi de / Chikyuu ga Umareta Hi (入っておいで この里に/この街で/地球が生まれた日; Come Gather in our Land / In This Town / The Day the Earth was Born) is Brothers 5's 1st major single. It was released on October 1, 2014 in two editions: one regular and one limited.

"Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni" was an insert song in the film Fushigi na Misaki no Monogatari, which released on October 11 of the same year. The entire group made an appearance in the film singing the song.[1]

Tracklist[]

ブラザーズ5_『入っておいで_この里に』_(MV)

ブラザーズ5 『入っておいで この里に』 (MV)

Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni (Music Video)

ブラザーズ5_『この街で』(MV_New_Ver.)

ブラザーズ5 『この街で』(MV New Ver.)

Kono Machi de (Music Video New Ver.)

CD[]

  1. Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni ("Tom Dooley" cover)
  2. Kono Machi de
  3. Chikyuu ga Umareta Hi ("Morning Has Broken" cover)
  4. Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni (Original Karaoke)
  5. Kono Machi de (Original Karaoke)
  6. Chikyuu ga Umareta Hi (Original Karaoke)

Limited Edition DVD[]

  1. Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni (Music Video)
  2. Kono Machi de (Music Video New Ver.)
  3. Chikyuu ga Umareta Hi (Music Video)

Featured Members[]

Single Information[]

Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni
  • Japanese Lyrics: Hyodo Tsuyoshi
  • Arrangement: Wada Haruhiko
Chikyuu ga Umareta Hi
  • Japanese Lyrics: Miura Yoshiko
  • Arrangement: Wada Haruhiko

Trivia[]

  • "Haitte Oide Kono Sato ni" is a cover of the American folk song "Tom Dooley."[2]
  • "Chikyuu ga Umareta Hi" is a cover of the Gaelic folk song "Morning Has Broken" (雨にぬれた朝).[2]

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