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How Did Morning Musume Become Morning Musume 17?

Updated on March 28, 2020
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Ara is a Journalism graduate from California State University Northridge who is looking to always explore his writing opportunities.

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What Are the Reasons for Discussing How the Group Changed Its Name?

Morning Musume started as a pop idol group back in September 1997. But how did they become the group known as Morning Musume 17? I will discuss the significance of this while analyzing one of the group’s most recent singles and they released two of them in 2017. The first of these singles that the group released in 2017 is called Brand New Morning/Jealousy, Jealousy which I have already discussed. The goal in discussing this historic event in the history of one of the longest surviving musical groups in the world is to inform the world that there are far more than just the musical artists that most people in Western nations are familiar with.

The Main Reason Why Morning Musume Changed Its Name

It was on December 6, 2013 that the group’s producer TSUNKU stated that starting January 1, 2014, the group would be renamed as Morning Musume 14. The reason that he gave for making this change was so that fans could recognize which time period the songs were from and which members sang on these songs.

"Don't Bother Me, Here We Go"

What is the Title of The Group's Second Single of 2017?

The name of the group’s 63rd single is a triple sided single called “Jama Shinaide Here We Go! / Dokyū no Go Sign / Wakaindashi! The song is divided into three parts or songs. The first part is called Don’t Bother Me, Here We Go. The second song is called “Green Light of the Dreadnaught.” The third song is called “You’re Young Anyway.”

What is the Song Don't Bother Me, Here We Go About?

The first song is about someone not wanting to be bothered by the definition or meaning of love. The person that is responsible for her dreams and for her past is herself. As I write this article, I write this at a time when many people are panicking, concerned about what is going to happen in the future with the economy, stock market and many other things. We can only focus on what we can control. I really think that Morning Musume 17 as they were known by in 2017 is trying to tell us that all of our dreams are possible now.

"Green Light of the Dreadnaught" What is it About?

The second song is really up tempo and has that rock kind of feel to it. It is something that I have not heard from this group before. The main lyrical theme is that sometimes in life some people feel as if their instinct or gut tells them that they need a green light to go to the city to find love. Most people are concerned about relationships or are they? I really think that many people are looking for the wrong things that they think will make them happy. We must love ourselves first before we can love someone else.

"Green Light of the Dreadnaught"

Final Thoughts About How Morning Musume Became Morning Musume 17

You’re Young Anyway is a song telling us that the sky is the limit and that desiring something is not greedy at all. Young people can get lost trying to find their way in life and that’s very common. I’m still young in the modern day sense so why worry right? So this a brief look at how Morning Musume became Morning Musume 17 in 2017.

© 2019 Ara Vahanian

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