Saish dake mi nogashiteru hanpa na makukire
kimi ni aitai
moshika shite nante tsumi na yume wa kokoro o kaki mazeru
wakiyaku no koi

Ima ni natte omoi shitta n da
kimi wa mada ano kisetsu o omoi daserukai
itai hodo mabushi katta na

Saiminjutsu no shiwaza mitai ni kuchibiru waru boku
kimi ni aitai
kansh ki na monogatari ni wa arigachi na kodoku
wakiyaku no koi

Uwa kukosutte keseru hazu nanda
boku wa mada kimi no niwa ni tsunagarete n da
inu no y hoeru dake sa

Ima ni natte omoi shitta n da
kimi wa mada ano kisetsu o omoi daserukai
itai hodo mabushi katta na

Boku wa mada
kimi no niwa ni
tsunagarete
inu no y


Lyrics submitted by darkprincess016

Back Seat Dog song meanings
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    General CommentWhile I don't know what he's saying, this song is SUCH a Pixies tribute. If you can't listen to the song and hear it just in the music, then pay close attention to the lyrics as the song fades out. He clearly says "Here Comes Your Man." ...which is the song that Back Seat Dog is modeled after. I'm in no way trying to diss The Pillows. They're brilliant, but the added fact that they didn't just cover a song, but instead, expanded on it is incredilbe. (It might be a different story if they didn't pay tribute at the end with the "here comes your man" lines)

    I can't stand J-Pop, but I'm completely infatuated with The Pillows.
    kickmagneton April 10, 2006   Link
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    General CommentSounds like it's about an extra (or actor with a small part) that's in love with the star of the show he's acting in. She won't give him the time of day because he's not a big time actor. In response to "Here Comes Your Man" being sung at the end, I've always thought it was 'cause the next song on the album is called "Kim Deal." Or obvious reason is that they're big Pixies fans.
    teenageriot-1on December 05, 2008   Link

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