hankachi hitotsu kawakanai sonna kokoro no naka ja
mitsukaru mono mo mitsukan'nai wa
sukoshi atatamete kudasai
anata no nodo wo nagareru iki ni
atashi no maegami ga yureru
kisetsu kawattemo toki ga tattemo
anata no soba ni itai

* anata ni wa atashi shika inai nante
sonna koto wa toutei ienai keredo
ima no atashi ni wa anata shika iranai
mienai kimochi wo shinjite ieru

attakai natsu no hajimarisouna
kono ki no shita de musubou

ai suru koto mo dakishimeru koto mo hontou bukiyou de
zutto kizu tsuite ushinatte
koko made yatte kita no ne
ryoute ni amaru hodo takusan no koi wo shita tte
sore wa kesshite hokoreru koto janakute
kanashinde yuku koto nano ne

* repeat

ame ga futtara hagurenai you ni yubi no aida nigirou
tatoe yoake ga nai kumo mo kirenai
sonna sora no shita demo
te wo hiku atashi ni
waratte tsuitekite kureru sore ga futari no katachi

* repeat

attakai natsu no hajimarisouna
kono ki no shita de musubou
te wo hiku atashi ni
waratte tsuitekite kureru sore ga futari no katachi

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Futari no Katachi (Japanese Romanization) song meanings
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