悲しみ

12 March 2011

Hey Japan, what a terrible few days these have been. We are all wishing you well.

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13 Responses to “悲しみ”

  1. Takako Kawabe says:

    Thank you, Fran. I have a five years old daughter. I’ve got three tickets for my girl, my husband and me.
    My daughter loves My Eyes video! We will be at your live in Tokyo! Next time!!
    Anyway we are doing well in Tokyo. Thanks again for your thoughts to Japan.

  2. Ayumi Suzuki says:

    dear Fran
    I’m Japanese.I was looking forward to your coming,but it’s no choice but to
    cancel.
    This earthquake is really like a nightmare.I hope it’s just a bad dream,but not.
    Every TV channel has been about quake for 24hours.News flashes don’t stop.
    Many quakes happen even now.People in the stricken area can’t stop crying,can’t sleep well.
    Some cities were broken by tsunami,over 1000 people died,but far more people are in rubble.Yesterday,more than 100 people may be exposed to radiation.My country is in the hell?
    I don’t know when JAPAN can find our hope.
    But I know when the time come,you surely come to us again.
    Thank you for your wish.Thank you for your sadness.

  3. minako says:

    Thank you,Fran…
    You gave us many kind words…

    We still feel many aftershocks,but I’m just lucky…

    Many cities in east-north of Japan were destroyed by Tsunami and some of them were disappeared completely.

    When I saw them on TV, I lost my words.
    Many people need a help and they are filled with great sadness.
    The only thing I can is just praying for them.

    But Japanese never give up!
    And we will manage to survive the greatest crisis.
    Because many countries and people support us.

    I hope you come back to Japan soon,because I have your solo show’s ticket.

    many thanks, from Japan

  4. norico says:

    Dear Fran, thank you for your messaege. I hope see you soon. From Japan

  5. ex-NYC resident says:

    Hey Mr.Healy!
    Looooong time no see, no message, no access at all.
    Hope your family and your bandmates are all well in the Britain.

    What a disaster!! Never expected the terrible earthquake would happen here.
    Just can’t believe what is happening in north part of japan.
    Tokyo area was not so damaged as north tho a bit affected. Not that serious.
    Me and my friends were looking forward to enjoying “matured-Fran Healy show” here…..so shame that we cannot do that:(
    And also I feel sorry for fans in Taiwan&South Korea who were waiting for your gig.
    Hope you will come back as soon as Japan gets well and calm.

    Stay safe&be matured-nice daddy:D

    A huge hug
    K

  6. Yayoi says:

    What a nightmare…
    Thank you for your warm regards.
    Please, please come back to Japan soon and cheer us up with your songs.
    We’re waiting for you.

  7. Abbey says:

    大丈夫。すべてうまく行くよ! Everything’s gonna be alright.
    God bless Japan!

  8. Junko says:

    Thank you your concern,Fran. It wasn’t serious in my area,but It was reported tens of thousands of people still missing in the north of Honshu.
     All I can do is hope they are safe…
    Please keep your fingers crossed for them!

  9. Jagaimo131 says:

    Thank you Fran.
    We live in the area that there was in an earthquake disaster.
    We are safe.
    The other areas are miserable scenes.
    It is a shock very much.
    がんばるぞ!!

  10. Nao says:

    Thank you,Fran.
    That was so scary moment when my room had began to quaked around me.
    I escaped out with emergency goods, phone,key, wallet,once and went back
    to get your performance ticket in Tokyo.
    and I was thinking `Fran never imagined about this!`
    Tokyo is ok now.But,each time when I watched news about another cities
    where had damaged by earthquake and tsunami, I just suffered in mind,
    feeling down very much,but tryng to cheer myself up now.
    I cried first time since disaster when I read your msg.
    Thank you.

  11. Hikari says:

    Dear Fran
    I was at my school when the earthquake occurred. Still there are some aftershocks. I never feel free from care..
    Your message cheered me up! I’m deeply grateful to you for your kindness..
    Since I have got your ticket in Tokyo I’m awfully sorry you cannot come.
    But, I’m sure we Japanese shall overcome this disaster with helping each other.
    Looking forward to seeing you soon in the near brighter future!
    Please take care of yourself.

  12. Mie says:

    ありがとう:)
    Though there have been some scary aftershocks,
    all of your kindly words encourage us.
    Thank you.

  13. H says:

    Cheers.
    It’s a sad sad event. You wouldn’t even imagine this thing
    happen again in Japan.
    There was a footage of two dogs which survived the deadly Tsunami,
    and one was helping and protecting another.
    It makes you what you can do, doesn’t it?
    There are still ten thousand people missing. Fingers crossed.
    Hope for the best.
    We had about 5 times of afterquakes in Tokyo today.
    No more damages please.

    We’ll see you some other time, Fran.
    Hopefully that’ll cheer us up.

    H

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