Ah…konna ni mo ai shiteru hito na no ni
Break…toki to tomo ni kizu tsukete yuku dake de
Nanimo shite agerarenai
Kono omoi umaku kotoba ni dekizu ni
Kumoru kimi no hitomi no naka
Omowazu moreta tameiki
Surechigau futari no kokoro ni kodama suru
Glacial love koi kogareru dake sunao ni narenai
Mune ga kurushii yo
Atsuku daku hodo ni tokete shimaso na
Koori zaiku no kono toki yo
Mou kore ijou dou ka namida ni kawaranu you ni

Ah…sewashinai mainichi de yasashisa wo miushinau
Craze…hontou bukiyou na bad brain
Mou ichido akanbou no koro ni modotte
Nigen yari naoshitai kurai sa
Driving blues sameta shizukesa ga shimite
Yake ni okubyou ni naru kedo
Dare yori mo fukaku tsuyoku ai shiteru to
Konya koso wa tsutaeru kara
Koi wa itsumo setsunakute dakedo itoshikute
Nazeka tebanasenai
Tatoe kono ai ga owari wo tsugetemo
Koukai dake wa shinai yo ni mamoritai
Kimi wo kono ude no naka de zutto…

Katachi no nai aoku sukitootta yuuutsu ni nureru silence
Tashikame au kotoba ga hoshii

Glacial love koi ni ochiru dake sunao ni narenai
Mune ga kurushii yo
Atsuku daku hodo ni tokete shimaiso na
Koori zaiku no kono toki yo
Mou kore ijou dou ka namida ni kawaranu you ni
Ima wo koorasete don't ever leave me alone

Lyrics submitted by JRocker-girl

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