Yes, tis nearly the time for the annual influx of Xmas candies and chocolates into the household. Faster than I can say Laura Secord, I will probably have absorbed several examples of Toblerone, Turtles and Black Magic by December 25th, thereby inevitably risking my family physician's disdain. One of my other weaknesses in the chocolate category is Lindt, as shown above, due to its sweet and silky goodness.
Speaking of sweet and silky, I found another Kahimi Karie（カヒミ・カリィ）tune from the 1990s, this time being "Candyman". One of the tracks on the whispery-voiced singer-songwriter's 2nd single "Girly" from June 1994, "Candyman" starts off sounding like an old Jackson 5 tune but then gets some of that 1960s pop swing.
Composed by Keigo Oyamada（小山田圭吾）and written by Karie, the story revolves around Karie's love for her older Candyman who so swept her off her feet that she was more than happy to ditch her Disney acquisitions. There's even a shoutout to those ancient Sony Walkmans. Her voice may be so whispery that I will refer you to the lyrics under the videos at YouTube if you couldn't quite catch them.