Single par dream
extrait de l’album Process
Face A Yourself
Face B Get Over (remixes)
Sortie 1er janvier 2002 Drapeau du Japon
Enregistrement Japon
Genre J-Pop
Format CD single ; VHS ; DVD
Parolier Mai Matsumoro
Compositeur Kazuhito Kikuchi
Producteur Max Matsura
Label avex trax
Classement 21e à l'Oricon
Singles de dream
Get Over (2001)
Sincerely ~Ever Dream~ (2002)

Yourself est le douzième single du groupe féminin de Jpop dream, produit par Max Matsura, dont les paroles sont écrites par l'une des chanteuses, Mai Matsumoro. Il sort le 1er janvier 2002 au Japon sous le label avex trax, un mois seulement après le précédent single du groupe, Get Over. Il atteint la 21e place du classement Oricon, et reste classé pendant quatre semaines.

Le maxi-single contient cinq titres : une chanson originale composée par Kazuhito Kikuchi, sa version instrumentale, une version remixée, et deux versions remixées de la chanson Get Over du précédent single. La chanson-titre a été utilisée comme thème musical pour le populaire tournoi de football inter-lycée japonais annuel. Elle figurera sur le deuxième album du groupe, Process, qui sort un mois et demi plus tard. Une vidéo homonyme contenant son clip vidéo sortira deux mois plus tard, le 13 mars 2002, aux formats VHS et DVD ; se sera le dernier "single-vidéo" du groupe.


Liste des titres

  1. Yourself
  2. Get Over (Warp Brothers Remix)
  3. Yourself (Dub's Unrestricted Remix)
  4. Get Over (Flutlicht Vocal Mix)
  5. Yourself (Instrumental)

  1. Yourself (clip vidéo)

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  • Yourself — Your*self , pron.; pl. {Yourselves}. [Your + self.] An emphasized or reflexive form of the pronoun of the second person; used as a subject commonly with you; as, you yourself shall see it; also, alone in the predicate, either in the nominative or …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • yourself — [yoor self′, yərself′] pron. pl. yourselves [yoorselvz′, yərselvz′] 1. a form of YOU, used: a) as an intensifier [you yourself told me] b) as a reflexive [you must protect yourselves] c) with the meaning “your real, true, or actual self” [ …   English World dictionary

  • yourself — yourself, yourselves Yourself (singular) and yourselves (plural) have two primary roles, (1) as reflexives (Are you talking about yourself? / Help yourselves to biscuits), and (2) as emphatic words in apposition to the pronoun you (You yourself… …   Modern English usage

  • yourself — by early 14c., from YOUR (Cf. your) + SELF (Cf. self). Plural yourselves first recorded 1520s …   Etymology dictionary

  • yourself — ► PRONOUN (second person sing. ) (pl. yourselves) 1) used as the object of a verb or preposition when this is the same as the subject of the clause and the subject is the person or people being addressed. 2) (emphatic ) you personally …   English terms dictionary

  • yourself */*/*/ — UK [jə(r)ˈself] / US [jʊrˈself] / US [jɔrˈself] pronoun Word forms yourself : plural yourselves UK [jə(r)ˈselvz] / US [jʊrˈselvz] / US [jɔrˈselvz] Summary: Yourself and yourselves are reflexive pronouns, being the reflexive forms of you. They can …   English dictionary

  • yourself — your|self [ jur self, jɔr self ] (plural your|selves [ jur selvz, jɔr selvz ] ) pronoun *** Yourself and yourselves are reflexive pronouns, being the reflexive forms of you. They can be used in the following ways: as an object that refers to the… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • yourself — your|self W2S1 [jo:ˈself US jo:r ] pron [reflexive form of you ] plural yourselves [ ˈselvz] 1.) used when talking to someone to show that they are affected by their own action ▪ Look at yourself in the mirror. ▪ Come and warm yourselves by the… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • yourself — pronoun plural yourselves / selvz/ 1 the reflexive form of you : Mind you don t hurt yourself with those scissors. | Go and buy yourself an ice cream. 2 used as a stronger form of “you”: You yourself said he was a dead loss. | If you don t trust… …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • yourself — [[t]jɔː(r)se̱lf, jʊə(r) [/t]] ♦♦ yourselves (Yourself is the second person reflexive pronoun.) 1) PRON REFL: v PRON, prep PRON A speaker or writer uses yourself to refer to the person that they are talking or writing to. Yourself is used when the …   English dictionary

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