hidoku itai asa deshita
atashi wa ima kara
anata no ie ni wasuremono wo tori ni iku
tada sore dake tada sore dake
atashi ga shita ushirometai koto ni namida mo denai

jikan ga okusuri
yukkuri to shizuka ni anata ga otoshita
itami wo toiteitta kedo
mou nido to atashi no hou muitekurenai
atarashii dareka ni mukatte...

nanika ga owatte shimaeba nanika ga ima hajimaru shi
atashi ni wa tomodachi mo tsuiteru shi
tada ima dake sou ima dake
ame futtemo itsuka yamu shi nagashita namida kawaku shi
yowaki de okubyouna atashi ni mo
tsuki wa shizumi yoake ga kuru kara
atashi ga shita ushirometai koto wa wasurecha ikenai

* jikan ga okusuri
wasuremono no you ni ochiteita koi
nichijou no naka de iki zuiteta
anata to no hibi mo
nakunaru kara
atashi mo ashita ni mukatte...

kago no naka de shikata naku ikiteru wake janai

* repeat

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Okusuri (Japanese Romanization) song meanings
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