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    General CommentIf there's love, it's all right
    The things you like are better than the things you're good at
    Become truly great, instead of thinking about your victory back then
    "Romance" is sometimes painful, "Loving" is priceless
    Respecting everything, let's bask in the sun

    That's right, this era we've both done our best in a lot of things haven't we?
    I swell up with thanks for Grandfather, Great Grandfather
    And Great Great Great Grandmother

    The time I first fell in love
    What should I do?
    As usual I've overstepped my bounds when I kissed him
    That moment was the most I've ever shaken up until now

    My worries aren't disappearing, my tears are flowing
    Mixing up my words, I'm asking for a misunderstanding

    But if I live a life full of honesty, I'll meet someone in an emotional scene
    And today again
    I met them with a new and very natural kindness

    If there's love, it's all right
    The sun knows everything, "that's it"
    If you're concerned, it's all right
    The future, it's all right
    Move on, it's all right

    If there's love, it's all right
    The sun knows everything, "yeah"
    If you're concerned, it's all right
    The future, it's all right
    "Come on"

    If there's love, it's all right
    The sun knows everything, "hey"
    If you're concerned, it's all right
    The future, it's all right
    "That's right everyone, it's all right say"

    If there's love, it's all right
    The sun knows everything, "yes"
    If you're concerned, it's all right
    The future, it's all right
    Move on, it's all right
    SinofSinson February 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis translation is from mognet.
    SinofSinson February 18, 2005   Link

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