Can You Keep a Secret? (song)
|"Can You Keep a Secret?"|
|File:Utada Hikaru - Can You Keep A Secret?.jpg|
|Single by Hikaru Utada|
|from the album Distance|
|Released||February 16, 2001|
|Genre||J-pop, dance-pop, R&B|
|Label||EMI Music Japan|
|Hikaru Utada singles chronology|
"Can You Keep a Secret?" is a song by Hikaru Utada, released as her seventh Japanese-language single (9th overall) on February 16, 2001. It was the ending theme song for a Japanese television drama called Hero, in which Utada had her acting debut, appearing in a cameo as a waitress, and starring Takuya Kimura. "Can You Keep a Secret?" debuted at number one on the Oricon chart, selling 783,620 in its first week, and was her third single to be number one for two consecutive weeks. 1.31 million copies were shipped to stores in a single day. The single has sold 1,485,000 to date and became the number one single of 2001 in Japan. In the World Charts, "Can You Keep a Secret?" reached number 37 for single airplay and number 9 for sales. The most recent figures (May 26, 2006) show that the single sold 1,484,940 units in total. It also remains one of Utada's fan favorites.
The music video for this song includes a robot whom Hikaru appears to be in a relationship with. The robot used in the video was the robot "Pino" (short for "Pinocchio") created by Hisashi Taniguchi.
Utada performed "Can You Keep a Secret?" on her 2010 tour, Utada: In the Flesh 2010.
All tracks written by Hikaru Utada.
|1.||"Can You Keep a Secret?"||Akira Nishihira||5:08|
|2.||"Kettobase! (蹴っ飛ばせ!)"||Akira Nishihira, Hikaru Utada||4:31|
|3.||"Can You Keep a Secret?" (Original Karaoke)||5:08|
|Release||Chart||Peak position||Debut sales||Sales total|
|February 16, 2001||Oricon Daily Singles Chart||1|
|Oricon Weekly Singles Chart||1||783,620||1,485,000|
|Oricon Yearly Singles Chart||1|
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