Have a Song on Your Lips

Synopsis: Yuri Kashiwaga was once known as a genius pianist. One day, she returns to her hometown in Goto Islands from Tokyo. There, she begins to work as a temporary teacher at a middle school and advisor for the school chorus. The chorus aims to take part at a competition. Yuri gives the members of the chorus members an assignment. She instructs them to write a letter with the title of "To myself 15 years later." The 15-year-old boys and girls write about their secrets and worries.
Genre: Drama

- If you need any help, come to me--

- Hey, Nazuna!

Sensei, what is this?!

A club registration form. You can read, yes?

Why is there a boy's name on it?

Wouldn't that be because a boy turned it in?

Huh? I don't see why you're asking about it.

Uh, there are only girls in the choir club.

Oh. Well, he said he wants

to join, so that's just fine.

No, it's not fine! Boys are loud and dirty!

- And they smell!

- No, not that.

The regional competition is soon.

Right! If boys join the club, we

won't make it to nationals!

Are you all confused?

Whether boys are around or not

you are not ready to

compete at the national level.

Ready? You focus so much on how loud

your voice is, the sound comes out wrong.

You shape your mouth wrong,

and your pitch suffers.

And your conducting completely

fails to express the song.

But aren't those things you could help us with?

Right! We can practice more than

ever! After school and weekends!

And then it might all work out!

I haven't been asked to do

that. I'll take my days off.

If you can say that, you

can handle it yourselves.

These are some other new members.

That guy!

Huh? Wait, Nazuna!

Wait, Nazuna!

There you are, Keisuke! What is this?!



is Kashiwagi-sensei?


Nazuna, she's great!

Huh? What's this one?

Huh? What happened?

I've heard there are pianists

who can't play for conductors they don't like.

She's so cool!

I love that stubborn part of her!

I knew it!


Cancel your club registration right now!

Stop, Nazuna!

Kuwamura. Kuwamura.


Can't you respond the first time you're called?!

Uh... I'm...


- Tsukamoto-sensei!

- Coming!

Come here, Kuramura.

Can you take this to Kashiwagi-sensei in the music room?

Matsuyama-sensei said to do so.

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