Atashi ni ima sugu muchuuni natte,
Kono kuchibiru sebete anata ni ageru wa,
Sou yatte itsumo oi kosanaide ne,
Isshoni hohaba awasete ikitai,

Omoi kiri kanda tsume no saki wa kino o nutta manikyu ano aji,
Anata no sono cha iro no kami wa atashi to onaji shasobu no nioi,

Anata e no atashi no chiisana takurami wa,
Itsumo teno hira de urake saserareteda matte mama koto asobi,
Dakedo ne oite yukanaide ne,

Atashi ni ima sugu muchuuni natte,
Kono kuchibiru subete anata ni ageru wa,
Sou yatte itsumo oi kosanaide ne,
Isshoni hohaba awasete ikitai,

Gutto kuru wa mou damaeda atashi ikika tomaru gobyo mae,
Mune no kokora henka kimushiru hoto tsuyoku aishite shimatta,
Don tsureba anata ga waratte kureru kato,
Nande kangaeru no sore kosoga atashi no shiawase no hitotsubu,
Dakara ne mou jama shinaide ne,

Koega furueru sukoshi tomadou no kimochi,
Itoshiku omowaretai katami no atashi no tada no kimochi,
Dakedo anata no kimochi doumo atashi ni maketeru wa,

Atashi o ima sugu saratte nigete kono karada subete anata ni ageru wa,
Fuyu no samusa ni momo iro no wasewo yakusokushitene wasurenaide ne,

Atashi ni ima sugu muchuuni natte,
Kono kuchibiru subete anata ni ageru wa,
Sou yatte itsumo oikosanaide ne,
Isshoni hohaba isshoni hohaba isshoni hohaba awasete ikitai.

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Momoiro (Japanese Romanization) song meanings
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