This song says that everyone has a talent(treasure) but they don’t notice it.
There are a lot of people who are not confident and hide their talent.
We want these people to notice their talent and jump out of the cage!
Furthermore, the song encourages everyone including the depressed and the bullied. In the lyrics, it says, Cheer up! You can do it! You can fly in the sky!
Members from all over the world participate in the chorus. USA, UK, Germany, France, India, the Netherlands, Mexico, Samoa, Belgium, Spain, Italy, Japan and so on.
The Fortune tellerz, a band which recently released their first CD,
Everybody’s Calling, was started by the founder of the company,
Yasuto Nishitani, and Suzyvision.
The name of the group, The Fortune tellerz, means “a person who predicts the future” and “a fortune teller”—both are genuine fortune tellers.
Yasuto Nishitani, a.k.a Nicky, is a palmist and a popular fortune teller. His best-selling book has sold over 3.5 million copies. He has written over 100 books. Of course, he is also a musician. His musical partner, Suzyvisioin, is a professional fortune teller of Western astrology.
Profile Nicky (Yasuto Nishitani)
Nicky is a unique musician who is a lyricist, composer, singer, and active palm reader. He won an award at a music festival and became popular when he hosted the NISHITANI SHOW on ABC Radio, which aired every Saturday night.
A palm reading CD, The Secrets of the Palm, contains an explanation of each palm line and features 15 of Nicky’s original songs which play in the background. Jimmy Wisner, a well-established producer and arranger, highly praised Nicky’s talent and produced an album for sale in the United States.
Nicky has written over 100 books, many of which are best sellers, and has sold more than 3.5 million copies worldwide so far. He has had over 80,000 clients including politicians, business executives, cultural figures, artists and athletes from around the world. Nicky has read the palms of Margaret Thatcher, Yoko Ono, Barbara Walters and more.
Suzyvision is a composer, arranger, and keyboardist who had previously debuted with Japan’s first rock group, Blowin’ Free, under Victor Records.
After that, she transferred to Nippon Columbia Records and participated in the Tokyo Music Festival as a member of LEVEL. After the band disbanded, she participated in the recording of over 3,000 songs as a studio musician.
Suzyvision composed many commercial songs for big enterprises and music for TV’s. She arranged nearly 700 songs for many singers which were performed at prestigious concert halls such as Nippon Budokan and New National Theatre in Tokyo, Japan. She is the first professional female arranger in Japan.