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1Sayuri Sugawara (born June 29, 1990) is a J-pop (Actually more J-R&B/Urban and even J-Rock on some days) musician whose career began in 2008 and gained overseas popularity when her songs ''Kimi Ga Iru Kara''[[note]]''Because you're here''[[/note]] and ''Eternal Love'' were featured as the two main but non-international themes for ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII''.²²!! Discography²²!!! Singles²²* ''Ano Hi No Yakusoku''²* ''Kimi Ga Iru Kara''²* ''Sunao Ni Narenakute''²* ''"Suki" No Iu Kotoba''²* ''Asu Ni Naru Mae Ni''²* ''Habataku Kimi e''²²!!! Albums²²* ''Kimi Ni Okuru Uta''²* ''First Story''²* ''Close To You''²* ''Forever...''²²!! Her work includes examples of:²²* FeatherMotif: Her music videos as of late (''Asu Ni Naru Mae Ni'' uses snow instead of feathers to keep with its winter/christmas theme)²* GratuitousEnglish: ''Dear my friend...'' in ''Kimi Ga Iru Kara''.²** ''I love you/With all my heart... I'll never forget you'' in ''Forever''.²** ''Only have one wish'' in ''Asu Ni Naru Mae Ni''. ²** Basically, half her songs have this.²* IncrediblyLongNote: She likes this trope.²* LetsDuet: With Miss Monday and SUNYA²* LuckyCharmsTitle: The ''...'' in '''Forever...''²* LyricSwap: A lot.²* RockstarSong:... ''ROCKSTAR''.²* SelfBackingVocalist²* SillyLoveSongs: She does a lot of these.²* SurprisinglyGoodEnglish: As of ''Forever...'' her english seems to be improving, as long as she's [[SpokenWordInMusic speaking it]].²* OneWomanWail: ''Kimi Ga Iru Kara'' and ''Forever...''²* WaxingLyrical: ''Forever...''

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