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* This song was released on a pair of singles in {{pmin|Germany}} under the German title of the song, ''{{tt|In der Dunkelheit der Nacht|In the Darkness of the Night}}''. One single with a pink cover has the original instrumentation in English and German, while a version with a blue cover has a remixed version in English and German. Both singles also contain a karaoke version. All versions on these singles are performed by Barbi Schiller.
 
* This song was released on a pair of singles in {{pmin|Germany}} under the German title of the song, ''{{tt|In der Dunkelheit der Nacht|In the Darkness of the Night}}''. One single with a pink cover has the original instrumentation in English and German, while a version with a blue cover has a remixed version in English and German. Both singles also contain a karaoke version. All versions on these singles are performed by Barbi Schiller.
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* Sheet music for this song is included in {{book|Pokémon 2.B.A. Master|the Pokémon 2.B.A. Master piano book}}.
   
 
==In other languages==
 
==In other languages==

Revision as of 20:27, 15 November 2012

Misty's Song is a song featured on the album Pokémon 2.B.A. Master and in Pokémon Live!.

Pokémon Live! has a scene where Misty actually sings the song as she cleans Jigglypuff's drawings off Ash's face.

Due to the opening dialogue between Ash and Misty and the nature of the song's lyrics, this song is often considered to be prime evidence in support of PokéShipping. However, it is not recognized as such by the OPS hint list as it was made by 4Kids and not linked to the Japanese canon.

Lyrics

Out here in the quiet of the night,
Beneath the stars, and moon
We both know we've got something on our minds
We won't admit, but it's true

You look at me, I look away.

I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
But I don't know how to start
I wanna tell you, but now
I'm afraid that you might break my heart
Oh, why should anything so easy ever
Be so hard to do?
I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
And to say that, I love you.

I practice all the things that I could say,
Line by line, every word
I tell myself today could be the day,
But every time, I lose my nerve

I look at you, you look away

I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
But I don't know how to start.
I wanna tell you, but now
I'm afraid that you might break my heart
Oh, why should anything so easy ever
Be so hard to do?
I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
And to say that, I love you.

Why? Why do you turn away?
It must be, you're afraid like me
I try, but I can't pretend that I
Don't feel for you the way I do
Can't you see?

I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
But I don't know how to start
I wanna tell you, but now
I'm afraid that you might break my heart
Oh, why should anything so easy ever
Be so hard to do?
I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
And to say that, I love you.

I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
But I don't know how to start
I wanna tell you, but now
I'm afraid that you might break my heart
Oh, why should anything so easy ever
Be so hard to do?
I wanna tell you what I'm feeling,
And to say that, I love you.

Credits

  • Lead vocal: Yvette Laboy
  • BG vocals: Russell Velázquez, Sharon Bryant, Elaine Caswell, Ken Cummings
  • Guitars: Glen Sherman
  • Co-produced and arranged by Ken Cummings

Trivia

In der Dunkelheit der Nacht
Misty's Song
Mistys Song German single.png
CD cover art featuring singer Barbi Schiller and Pikachu
Release date 2000
By Koch Records
Catalogue number {{{catalogue_number}}}
Number of tracks 5
  • This song was released on a pair of singles in Germany under the German title of the song, In der Dunkelheit der Nacht. One single with a pink cover has the original instrumentation in English and German, while a version with a blue cover has a remixed version in English and German. Both singles also contain a karaoke version. All versions on these singles are performed by Barbi Schiller.
  • Sheet music for this song is included in the Pokémon 2.B.A. Master piano book.

In other languages


Characters: AshMistyBrockPikachuJessieJamesMeowthGiovanniMechaMew2DeliaProfessor Oak
Songs: You & Me & PokémonIt Will All Be MineMy Best FriendsEverything ChangesMisty's SongThe Best at Being the WorstPikachu (I Choose You)What Kind of Pokémon Are You?The Time Has ComeDouble TroubleTwo Perfect GirlsI've Got a SecretYou Just Can't WinFinale


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