"Namonaki Uta (名もなき詩 Nameless Poem)" is the tenth single by Mr. Children, released by Toy's Factory on February 5, 1996. The cover of the single is Kazutoshi Sakurai's face whose tongue was written "no name". "Namonaki Uta" was used as the theme song of Japanese television drama Pure.
|Single by Mr. Children|
|from the album Shinkai|
|Released||February 5, 1996|
|Genre||Pop rock, progressive rock|
|Mr. Children singles chronology|
On the Japanese Oricon weekly chart, the single "Namonaki Uta" opened at number-one with the first week sales of over 1.208 million copies, establishing the Japanese highest first-week single sales record. It topped the 1996 Oricon yearly single charts and sold over 2.308 million copies in total. It is the second best-selling song for the band behind their 1994 single "Tomorrow Never Knows."
All tracks written by Kazutoshi Sakurai.
|1.||"Namonaki Uta (名もなき詩)"||5:30|
|2.||"Mata Aeru kana (また会えるかな)"||4:06|
|3.||"Namonaki Uta (Instrumental Version) (名もなき詩 (Instrumental Version))"||5:30|