koi wa thrill, shock, suspense mienai chikara tayori ni...
kokoro no tobira tozasazu ni tsuyoku... tsuyoku...

watashi ga kanjiteita toge wo kimi nimo onaji you ni
ataeteita no kamoshirenakatta
nani ni kokoro wo itamete nani ni obieteita no ka ki nimo tomezu
motsureteyuku futari no shinjitsu ni mukiau no ga kowakatta

This love is thrill, shock, suspense
mayoi wo aoi kaze ni chirasou toshitemo
kakaekirezu ni ita yo kono chiisa na mune ni wa
kokoro no tobira tozasazu ni
tsugi e to susumu arata na fuan to mayoi wo kakaeteshimaisou ni nattemo

yawarakasugiru ai ni dakareteita yo kitto nakushite ki
ga tsuita yo chiisa na nukumori
ima ni natte ne kimi no omoi no fukasa ga miesou de
machigatteinai mono ya massugu na mono wo itsumo miseteitekuretanda ne

This love is thrill, shock, suspense
futari tomo ni sugoshita jikan wo mou muda na hibi datta nante
kizu ni nanka shinai yo
mitsuketa yo ano hi no kotae
kimi to no kizamareta kiokutachi wa kokoro no dokoka de
shizuka ni ikizuiteiku yo

-looking for exit to escape-

kimi wa tokku ni mieteitanda ne
kowareyasukute mamoru mono nante nai to akirameteta dake datta to...

This love is thrill, shock, suspense
kimi kara watashi kara subete kara mo nigete tadoritsuiteta no wa
dokodemo nai tokoro datta
mou nigemichi wa iranai yo
tatoe namida wo nagashita toshitemo watashi mo
nanimo kowarenai to shitta kara


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