The soothing music was composed by Chage, and according to him, the initial title of the song was "SHIBUYA" since the score seemed to remind him of that buzzing district, but eventually it got changed to "Kyo wa...". The stage set for the events in the song is still in Shibuya though, more specifically that supremely crowded intersection near the train station. The lyrics, co-written by Seiko Aoki (青木せい子 ) and Aska, talk about our protagonist getting over his loved one. As he walks across/around the intersection, the place he spent the most time with her, with a deep breath he is finally able to rid her from his mind and I suppose lift a heavy burden off his shoulders as well, hence his current good mood.
"Kyo wa..." was released as the B-side to "no no darlin'" on 10th October 1992, then about a month later in November, it was released in their 15th album "GUYS". Listening to the songs from that album, I realised most of them have this similar comforting quality in them as well.
|I've seen this picture - take out C&A and the words-|
before... wonder what's it called?