In the song Chercher by KOTOKO, there are a couple lines that look like completed thoughts/sentences, but end in と

For example

約束{やくそく}する 私{わたし}がすぐあなたのこと探{さが}し出{だ}すと

Also she definitely says 「と」and not 「よ」

I read Usage of と at the end of a sentence but am still unsure what the と implies. Is it like a particle from a dialect or is there more implied to the sentence?

手伝ってください! ありがとうございます


Perhaps it would help to rearrange it into a more standard word order?


This と is just the standard quotative particle associated with 約束する.

In the lyrics she just said 約束する first and followed that with the content of the promise.

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