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sakura_petals
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1:53 am, Jul 30 2012
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Is anyone familiar with a piece in Skip Beat called Cat Steps, was trying to search for it online to no avail and was wondering what it was called if anyone knows it.

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The song they played during the Dark Moon acting test was Neko Funjata, a piano piece that many children in Japan learn when beginning piano. It's sort of like Chopsticks in America, in that it's an easy-to-play beginner's piece that you can play without having studied for years. That's why Izumi can only play that piece--she likely never studied piano and just learned it from friends or family.

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Thank you was wondering what it was called, its called Neko Funjata, I'll look that up was quite curious about that.


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