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Takuma Sato surprised by the speed of rivals faster than expected "I could not catch up with their speed at all"

 
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However, this is just a battle to decide the starting order of 500 miles, and the battle is about to begin.
 

"I was shocked today. It hurts my heart ... (bitter smile)."Takuma Sato, who finished the second day of qualifying, is so good ... → Continue reading

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    500 miles away

    Of this articleitem nameHas the following notational fluctuations.
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    500 miles away(500 Miles, Five Hundred Miles, XNUMX Miles away)The United States of AmericaStandard number. Announced in 1961.Lyrics / Composition / Song:(English edition).

    Covered by singers from all over the world, it has been sung.In Japan, the Japanese title of "Five Hundred Miles"Peter, Paul & MaryBoard(English edition)The board is a hit.Initially, English lyrics were the mainstream for covers by Japanese singers, but later several translations were announced, especially.Kiyoshiro ImawanoThe translation of was the standard for subsequent covers.

    The lyrics describe a scene in which the train goes far away from its hometown and lover as the train progresses.[1].

    SimpleMelodyとChord progressionConsists of[2],in JapanFolk guitarIt was also popular as a practice song for beginners. Late 1960sCollege folkIn its heyday, it was popular as a textbook.[3].

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    The original singer Hedy West is credited as the author, but in reality she was handed down by her grandmother when she was young.Great depressionIn the ageFree rideMigratory bird workers who were moving around in JapanHobobyFolk songThere is a theory that[4].

    Other roots are said to have roots in the folk songs "20 Miles" and "Reuben's Train" in the first half of the 900th century.[1].

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    * All Japanese covers other than Yujiro Ishihara and Wink are translated by Kiyoshiro Imawano.The English cover (recorded in 1990) by Kiyoshiro Imawano has not been released for a long time, but the best album released in 2011, "sings soul balladsIt was recorded in.

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