Thu. Jul 7th, 2022

If there was a deeper meaning behind the lyrics, I don’t know. It’s just about fighting for what you believe in and sticking to your guns when things get tough. I’ve been fighting for everything I believe in my whole life, and every day it gets harder and more difficult than the last. Like anything worth doing, you have to work hard. And that’s what Ryoko is doing at this point in the song. We all have different opinions, but to leave her alone would be to give up on everything she believes in… which we would never do. She’s one of my best friends.
if you’re not with me then you’re my enemy.
I’m very proud to say that I’m one of the people supporting her, and that she feels the same way about me. It’s not easy being in a band with four other people who all have opinions on how everything should go, but she still stands strong. At the same time, she knows that there are certain things she can’t control, and this is one of them. Whether it’s Ryoko or not, I believe that we should all stick to what we believe in. And if you’re not with me then you’re my enemy.
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if you're not with me then you're my enemy
if you’re not with me then you’re my enemy

A blog that covers being involved in society and the importance of accepting people who are different than yourself.

The story of how I became involved in the HKT48 fan blog is a really simple one. It was the first blog that I had started, and still remains my most successful. I’d spend all day after school on the train writing posts for it, and when I got home, I’d write more posts until it was late enough to call it a night. Back then, I was a junior in high school, and had only just started thinking about college. Most of my free time was spent watching AKB48 documentaries and I thought that becoming a “great creator” sounded like a worthwhile dream. In fact, I was already starting to consider all the things I would have to do in order to one day enjoy a great life.
I was fully aware that I had something special to contribute to the world, and that my dreams could be brought to fruition through my own efforts. I studied hard in school, hoping to make it into a good university and gain recognition, but as luck would have it, my grades were rather lacking. In an effort to change this, I started working part-time at an electronics store on the weekends after school in order to make some cash. I spent the whole weekend there without fail. It was a lot of fun working with my friends, and it was a great opportunity to make some good money. I really enjoyed hearing the customers talking about AKB48, but even more than that, they all knew I liked them too. I got to know their tastes and preferences as well as their hopes and dreams for the group.

if you're not with me then you're my enemy
if you’re not with me then you’re my enemy