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BoA - My Only One

20 June 2011 - 06:13 AM

BoA - My Only One




Intro: D# Cm G# Fm Bb

G# Gm
il nyeon eul ha ru cheo reom gi eok ui shi gan cheo reom
Fm Bb D#
sa rang i ran cham bo i ji anh a deo a pa
G# Gm Cm
hu heo ro do ra wa do ga seum e nam gyeo jyeo do
Fm Bb
sa rang haett deon geu mam geu dae ro

G# Bb Gm Cm
ma eum i ma reul hae nae ma meul eo tteok hae
Fm Bb Bbm D#
han geo reum du geo reum sshik cheon cheon hi gal geol
G# Bb Gm Cm
sa rang i ra neun i reum eu ro da ga wa
Fm Bb
ga seum sok e gi dae neon ut gon haett ji

D# Dm Cm Bbm
* na ui ma eum sok e dam gyeo jyeo sa rang ga seum sok e nam gyeo jyeo
G# Gm Fm Bb
a pa haett deon geu man keum ui go in nun mul do
D# Dm Cm B
i jen nae ga seum e nam gyeo dul ge yeong won hi
Bb Cm Fm Bb D#
eon je na nae ma eum an e han sa ram

G# Gm
saeng gak euk na gett ji man mut ji neun anh gett ji man
Fm Bb D#
sa rang haett deon mam ge ji seun a nil te ni kka
G# Gm Cm
gi eok e mu deo no ko ga seum e dam a no ko
Fm Bb
sa rang haett deon geu mam geu dae ro

G# Bb Gm Cm
gam eun du nun sa i ro deul li neun sum so ri
Fm Bb Bbm D#
on jong il na reul bo deon neo ui geu mo seub
G# Bb Gm Cm
na do mo reu ge nae ma eum e deu ri wo jyeott deon
Fm Bb
a reum da un gi eok i nam a

Back to *

Cm Dm D# G#
a jik do sa rang han da mal hal ke
Fm Bb
ba bo cheo reom ji nan nae mam ui sa rang

Int: Cm Bb G# Bb B

E D#m C#m Bm
neo wa ham kke bo naen shi gan deul neo ui a reum da un yak sok deul
A G#m F#m B
gi eok ha ni tto geu man keum dam ki sa rang eul
E D#m C#m C
ga kkeum geu sa rang e ut go i sseo nae mam i
B C#m Am B
da shi sa rang hae nae ma eum an e
E
han sa ram

Coda: C#m A Am E

.: Enjoy it :D :.


BoA - Waiting

18 June 2011 - 01:28 AM

BoA - Waiting


Intro: D E C#m F#m Bm E D A

A E F#m A G#m
Uri orma maningayo cham oren shigani hulloneyo
F#m B E
We jaku ne mami aphun gonji
A E F#m A G#m
We guri apha hanayo hogshirado himdun il issonayo
F#m B E
We amumar haji anhanayo

D E
* Jigum inde gude aphinde
C#m F#m
Marheya hanunde naui maumur
Bm C#m
Oren shigan guderur hyanghan
D E
Girodon gidarimur
D E
Babogathjyo hangsang gurejyo
C#m F#m
Gure ya hejyo guder wiheso
Bm E D A
Sarangheyo yojonhi gamsaheyo

Int: A E F#m A G#m F#m B E

A E F#m A G#m
We nar jabji anhanayo we amugodo mudji anhanayo
F#m B E
Gude obnun nega goenchanhur god gathnayo

Back to *

F
Na argo issoyo
Em Am
Nega gudege
Dm Em
Majimag hangaji hejur su inun goshi
D E
Ibyorpuniranun god

Int: D E C#m F#m Bm C#m D E

D E
Ijesoya kedarun naui
C#m F#m
Mojaran sarangur yongsohe jwoyo
Bm E D A
Sarangheyo yojonhi gamsaheyo
Bm E D E A
Sarangheyo imari hago shiphojyo

.: Enjoy it :D :.


BoA - 君 の 隣 で

17 June 2011 - 06:05 AM

BoA - 君 の 隣 で


B C# Bbm D#m
Kimi no tonari de kimi no tame ni
B C# D#m C#
Nanika wo shite agetai
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Donna toki demo kamawanai yo
B C# G#m
Chanto koe wo akasete ne

Int: B Bbm G#m B C# B

Bb D# Bb D#
Doushite konna ni “kyun” to narun darou
Bb D# Bb D# Dm D#
Kimi no koto wo tada omou dake de
Bb D# Bb D#
Doushite itami wa yawaragun darou
Bb D# Bb D# Dm D#
Kimi no tenohira ga fureru dake de
Cm Bb
Kaze wo utsushita no kana
G# Gm
Fui ni kimi ga kushami wo shita
Cm Bb Cm Gm Fm
Furisosogu komorebi ni kasanaru
Bb
futatsu no kimochi

B C# Bb D#m
Kimi no tonari de kimi no tame ni
B C# D#m C#
Nanika wo shite agetai
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Donna toki demo kamawanai yo
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Nakitai toki ni wa nee
B C G#m
Chanto koe wo akasete ne

Int: C# B

Bb D# Bb D#
Kyonen no imagoro nani wo shiteta toka
Bb D# Bb D# Dm D#
Shuumatsu wa doko e ikou toka
Bb D# Bb D#
Kou shite hanaseru jikan ga kawarazu
Bb D# Bb D# Dm D#
Kore kara mo tsuzuite yukimasu you ni
Cm Bb
Komiau kousaten de
G# Gm
Kabau you ni kata wo daita
Cm Bb Cm Gm Fm
Sarigenai sono kimi no yasashisa
Bb
Ureshikatta

B C# Bbm D#m
Kimi ni tsutaetai koto bakari
B C# D#m C#
Ato kara afureru kara
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Ashita mata aerun dakedo
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Mou chotto soba ni itai to
B C# D#m
Omou no wa zeitaku kana

Int: C# G#m Bbm B C#


B C# Bb D#m
Kimi no tonari de kimi no tame ni
B C# D#m C#
Nanika wo shite agetai
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Donna toki demo kamawanai yo
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Nakitai toki ni wa nee
B C G#m
Chanto koe wo akasete ne
B C# Bbm D#m
Shiawase na koto kurushii koto
B C# D#m C#
Futari de wakeaitai
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Hon no sukoshi wagamama itte ii
B C# Bbm D#m C#
Kasuka ni furueru mune wo
B C# B
Dare yori tsuyoku daite ne

Coda: Bm C# F#

.: Enjoy it :D :.


Pedrosa receives further surgery to collarbone injury

16 June 2011 - 07:34 AM

Pedrosa receives further surgery to collarbone injury

Thursday, 16 June 2011

This afternoon in Barcelona, Dani Pedrosa will receive new surgery to the right collarbone that was broken in the GP of France.


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During the rehabilitation process in the past weeks a very small fragment of bone moved, therefore to aid faster healing, doctors will proceed to fix this fragment.

More details to follow after the surgery later today.

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Tyre development with Bridgestone

16 June 2011 - 07:31 AM

Tyre development with Bridgestone

Thursday, 16 June 2011

Behind the scenes at a race weekend with Rizla Suzuki MotoGP and its long-standing partner Bridgestone Tyres.


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It all comes down to race-day. All the preparation, the effort, the blood sweat and tears are summarised each Grand Prix weekend in 45 minutes or 120 kilometres on Sunday afternoon. At least in the eyes of the outside world it is...

The reality, however, is that Sunday is just the culmination of all the hard work put in during the days and weeks before each race by the Rizla Suzuki Team and its partners, give or take a bit of luck or lack thereof.

An integral part of this preparation, and playing a crucial role in performance and ultimately results, are the Bridgestone tyres that Alvaro Bautista uses. The Suzuki/ Bridgestone relationship is the longest in the paddock, having started back in 2004 in only Bridgestone's third season in MotoGP; and existed ever since, yielding multiple podiums and a win for Chris Vermeulen in 2007.

But how much can there be to the black hoops at each end of the GSV-R? Well, Bridgestone's work with the team starts in earnest on the Thursday before each race. Yukihiko Kubo is the Bridgestone tyre engineer responsible for Alvaro and the Suzuki squad, and here he explains his task.

"I start working closely with Suzuki and Alvaro's engineers on the Thursday at each Grand Prix" says Kubo. "It's important that before Alvaro takes to the track everyone in the team knows and understands the tyre compounds we have at each race so this is where we start. I've been working with Alvaro since just last year but we work well together and have a good relationship, which is very important in establishing trust.

"I sit in meetings with the team engineers on Thursday to agree upon the plan for the weekend. I carefully explain the tyre compound choices we have, how they are different from the previous year and why we have made that choice. I then outline which front and rear tyre compounds we recommend for the race, and from that point we agree upon a plan of tyre usage and setup direction and the goal for the race."

Bridgestone has been the Official Tyre Supplier to the MotoGP class since 2009 and under regulations imposed from that year; each rider is allocated 18 slicks (eight fronts and ten rears) and eight wet tyres per weekend. The FIM randomly allocate tyres to every rider on Thursday, at which point they are registered to each rider using each tyre's unique barcode, recorded by both Bridgestone and the FIM.

"So once we have decided upon the weekend plan, we have a clear idea of when Alvaro will use each tyre compound option" continues Kubo. "With a restricted number of new tyres it is very important to ensure that tyre usage is managed carefully to make sure Alvaro has at least one new set for qualifying on Saturday afternoon and for the race. New tyres have a distinct performance advantage, so this is critical in helping the team achieve the best possible grid position and then race result.

"At the end of each day I join the de-brief with Alvaro and the team engineers to discuss where we are in relation to the plan and what steps we take next. Throughout each day though we are constantly collecting tyre data in the form of temperatures and pressures as both of these are key indicators of setup - for example the rear slicks should be operating at above 100 degrees Celsius to provide maximum grip, and if the actual tyre temperature is lower, we know peak grip is not being reached and that therefore the bike, rider and tyre package is not working as well as it could. I am then involved with the engineers making setup changes to try and achieve this optimum. In the years of tyre competition, tyre manufacturers would produce specific tyre compounds for each rider and bike, but now in single supply, Bridgestone must work closely with the teams to help them get the bikes working best on our tyres."
After all, two Bridgestone tyres are all that connect the Suzuki GSV-R to the tarmac and they play a key role in translating the efforts of the Rizla Suzuki MotoGP Team to race results. Even though tyre choices are now fewer in the era of single supply, Bridgestone's role remains just as important and the relationship with Suzuki continues as strongly as ever.

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