Mado Kara Mieru, from Christopher Tin’s two-time Grammy-winning album ‘Calling All Dawns’. Sung in Japanese, the song is a setting of five haiku about the seasons: spring, summer, autumn, winter and spring. Each verse is sung by a different singer in a different stage of their life: a child, a young woman, an older woman, a chorus of old men, and a child. The song represents the cycle of life: youth, old age, death, and then rebirth again.
Young Money/Cash Money Records rapper Tyga sampled the opening vocal for his 2012 release 'Careless World: Rise of the Last King’. The sample can be heard on the tracks 'Careless World’ and 'Mystic AKA Mado Kara Mieru’.
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