kogoe souna yoruni dakishimeru hodo koboreteku setsunasa
sasaina kotoba dake ni kizutsu keraretari toki ni wa iyasare

atata kai ude no naka, kuchibiru, uso, nante...
maku shisoui nareba miseru yasashisa nante hoshiku nai

Please tell me how can I close to your heart

kimi no subete wo toji kometei tai kono mune hari sakesou
iisugita kotoba ienai kotoba ni hao tsutawaru namita
kuishi katta yo honne wo tsutaeru yuuki ga kokoni nakute
butsukaru koto yori nigete irukotode jibun wo moote tayo

ashitahe no kimi wo yuuki zukeru ai wa dokini aruno?
sasaeru chikarani nari taito omou tabi munosani makete

mayou dakeno utsurona ai mama naranai omoide
chiisa naasa no tsumi kasane kiete shimai soude...

Please tell me how can I close to your heart

kimi no subete wo toji kometei tai kono mune afureru hodo
hitori no yoruni subete no fuan to tata kaatei rutokimo
kimi he no omoi wa yureru ganai tani daremo hoshiku hanai
kimi wo ai suru kotodake demo ikiru kachini naatei rukara

Ha- hitoban ga owaru yarusenasato soshite ichinichi ga hajimaru fuan tono
haza made
Ah-Ha- ishon yogiru yasashisani kimi to kanji aitai to amai yume wo miteshi
I wanna hold by you (close to your heart) Lonely night
I wanna spend night (close to your heart) Forever

kimi ga tsuraku make souna yoruni wa watashi no mune no maka de
mamoote agetai iyashite agetai ai no subete wo kakete

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Close To Your Heart (Japanese Romanization) song meanings
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