“Four-Leaf Clover” by Twice
|Album / Mini-album||Perfect World|
|Release Date||July 28, 2021|
|Label||Warner Music Japan|
It seems that both JYP Entertainment and Twice never run out of stock for new songs that they are ready to introduce and promote to the fans and public. Almost once every few months, they will definitely release a new song, whether it is a single or an album. Even in 2021 which has only been running for 8 months, they have repeatedly made comeback stages and released various types of songs and albums.
The most recent one was released on July 28, 2021, for their 3rd Japanese studio album called Perfect World. On that album, there is a song entitled “Four-Leaf Clover” which is the one that we will talk about here.
Here is the full audio version of Twice’s “Four-Leaf Clover” that was uploaded on Twice’s official YouTube account.
Background of “Four-Leaf Clover”
Before “Four-Leaf Clover” by Twice was planned to be released by Warner Music Japan for Twice’s 3rd Japanese studio album, they released several singles since the beginning of 2021. Then, on May 19, 2021, they released a photo teaser through their official Japanese social media accounts as a sign of the release of the new album.
The full tracklist of the album was revealed on June 22 with “Four-Leaf Clover” included and set as the sixth track alongside the other 9 songs. Both the album and the song were officially released by Warner Music Japan on July 28, 2021, for the physical version.
Warner Music Japan also released the audio version of “Four-Leaf Clover” by Twice through Twice’s official YouTube account on July 27, 2021.
Here are some of the photo teasers from Twice’s 3rd Japanese studio album called Perfect World where “Four-Leaf Clover” is included.
The Group Photo Teaser
Story of “Four-Leaf Clover”
With a duration of 3:47, Mayu Wakisaka wrote the lyrics for “Four-Leaf Clover” for Twice that is included as the sixth track for the 3rd Japanese studio album. The composers for this song were earattack, Eniac, and Anna Tmgren, and earattack and Eniac were also the ones in charge of doing the arrangement.
In general, “Four-Leaf Clover” has its own meaning that is different for each leaf. The first one means hope, the second means faith, the third leaf is for love, and the fourth is for luck. Using the name “Four-leaf Clover,” this song tries to describe the story of a girl who considers the guy she likes as her four-leaf clover who always brings happy vibes and moments every time she is with him. Also, no matter how bad and hard her day is, as long as she is with him, then everything will be alright. It really feels like magic. She wants to always be with him and spend the rest of her time with him wherever and whenever.
MV of “Four-Leaf Clover”
There is no official MV for “Four-Leaf Clover” by Twice. Instead, we will give you the lyric version made by Twice’s fans, Once, in order to show you the lyrics as well as the meaning for the whole song.
Here is the lyric video of “Four-Leaf Clover” by Twice.
“Four-Leaf Clover” Achievements
It has only been a month and a few days since “Four-Leaf Clover” by Twice was released by Warner Music Japan on July 28, 2021, for Twice’s 3rd Japanese studio album as the sixth track, but this song had achieved a few positions on the charts.
Here are the details of the “Four-Leaf Clover” achievements on song charts.
|Line Music Top 100||July 27, 2021||10|
|Genie Daily J-pop Chart||July 29, 2021||92|