Yo~(O-YO...) Hil-(O-YO-YO-YO)
(Yeah~)Boom Bari Bari BuRuBu Ban Ban
(Hil~) O-YO-YO-YO!

I wondered why this summer was more fun than last
(Boom Bari Bari)
When I was walking the seashore in sandals they got filled with sand
(Boom Bari Bari)
Do you mind if I cling to your arm?
I wanted to try fawning over you a little.
(Boom Bari Bari BuRuBu Ban Ban)
(O-YO-YO-YO)

Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
cause you suddenly run off to the sea
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
I gave chase right behind you, slipped and fell!
Oh!
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
I got upset for no reason, laying on the ground
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
but you ran to me quickly and lifted me to my feet.
(Boom Bari Bari BuRuBu Ban Ban)
(O-YO-YO-YO)

It rained in the evening just as the news report had predicted.
(Boom Bari Bari)
Don't get in the way! The passing shower, after,
gave way to a beautiful sunset as expected.
when we stood side by side, watching the skyline,
an incredibly pretty 7 shaded rainbow made a bridge...
(YO)
(Boom Bari Bari BuRuBu Ban Ban)
(O-YO-YO-YO)

Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
Looking around it seems like a pretty nice atmosphere
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
oh what to do, what to do, mood climax!
Oh!
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
Shalanlalanlaalalala
I sang a song.
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
You seem a little sulky.
I guess I should shut up and close my eyes.
(Boom Bari Bari BuRuBu Ban Ban)
(O-YO-YO-YO)

Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
Looking around it seems like a pretty nice atmosphere
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
oh what to do, what to do, mood climax!
Oh!
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
Shalanlalanlaalalala
I sang a song.
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-O-YO)
Summer Reggae Rainbow (O-YO-YO)
You seem a little sulky.
I guess I should shut up and close my eyes.


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