ミドリ – Swing


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ミドリ – Swing

恋しくてゆれる 儚さに泣いた
わかりやすく愛をくれる人を抱いた

koishikute yureru hakanasa ni naita
wakari yasuku ai o kureru hito o idaita

Swaying around, nostalgic, shedding tears in transience
Holding arms around the person who gave me an easy to understand love

雪どけは 早くて まじりあうの

yukidoke wa hayakute majiri au no

Snow quickly thaws, commingling with them

あ い た い あ い た い
あ ぁ あ い た い

a i ta i a i ta i
a a a i ta i

I-want-to-meet-you
A-a-and it hurts

感じやすく濡れて 傷ついた夕暮れ
浅はかな昨日 動じない明日

kanji yasuku nurete kizu tsuita yuugure
asahakana kinou doujinai ashita

The wet, easy to feel scarred daybreak
Between a shallow yesterday and perturbed tomorrow

怖くはないんだ これから先は

kowaku wa nai nda kore kara saki wa

But I’m not scared – not from now on

あ い た い あ い た い
あ ぁ あ い た い

a i ta i a i ta i
a a a i ta i

I-want-to-meet-you
A-a-and it hurts

よしよし、いい子だ。
1人ぽっち、うさぎ、つかまえた

yoshi yoshi, ii ko da.
hitori pocchi, usagi, tsukamaeta

There, there, good girl.
You managed to catch a rabbit, all by yourself.

Notes:

– I think the second stanza is referring to the “tears” in the first one (so “them” = “the tears”).
– The third stanza is written in detached hiragana, so it could be read in two ways: “aitai” (会いたい, “I want to meet you”) and “a, itai” (あ、痛い, “Oh, it hurts”). I think it’s a kind of pun she’s making over there. The music video seem to confirm this, writing both compound in different ways.

Title: Swing
Circle: ミドリ (Midori)
Album: Swing (Single)
Vocals: Goto Mariko
Lyrics: Goto Mariko
Arrangement: ミドリ (Midori)
Release Date: 03/18/2009
Source: Original

Author: Shion

Who the hell is shion no tsukai?

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