Suki Suki Daisuki is the name of a song by Japanese singer, musician and actress Jun Togawa. It has taken over the web, with thousands of TikTok users creating videos allusive to the song. Read on to find the meaning of Suki Suki Daisuki. TW: violence
What does Suki Suki Daisuki mean?
Suki Suki Daisuki is the name of a song by Japanese singer, musician and actress Jun Togawa.
It appears on her fourth album, Suki Suki Daisuki, as track #2.
According to Urban Dictionary, suki suki daisuki means: “I like you, I like you, I love you” in Japanese.
Togawa’s seemingly romantic song talks about a “love so pure you could call it violent”.
It describes an intense, anxious love between a young girl and a man that conflates love with violence.
In the chorus, she threatens her loved one to “say you love me or I’ll kill you”!
As one Urban Dictionary user wrote: “If a girl sings this to you, run! Run for your life since the song also has the words ‘If you don’t love, I will kill you!’ So hear me out now! Before you die!”
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Suki Suki Daisuki is also the name of a Nineties manga.
Suki Suki Daisuki takes over the web
Suki Suki Daisuki has recently taken over the web, with thousands of TikTok users creating videos allusive to the song’s macabre meaning.
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To the sound of Suki Suki Daisuki, teens act out the singer’s point of view – some dressed as schoolgirls covered in fake blood, others with their own short, animated videos.
(There is one particular trend where a toothbrush turns into a razor that is NOT for the faint-hearted.)
Here’s what Twitter has to say about Suki Suki Daisuki:
What does Suki Suki Daisuki mean in English?
According to Genius, Suki Suki Daisuki talks about a “‘Je t’aime’ so forceful it’s engraved into the Shōwa Era”, meaning a love so powerful it goes down in the golden ages.
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In the chorus of the song, Togawa repeatedly sings: “I like you, like you, I love you” followed by “Say you love me or I’ll kill you”!
The singer’s childish and demanding tone in the chorus creates the impression of an unstable relationship and a clingy/whiny narrator.
This choice illustrates an obsessive/demanding love similar to an English-speaking person saying: “We’re soulmates, say you’ll marry me now or I’ll kill you” to someone on their first date.
Read the full lyrics of the song here.