hajimete no kimi to miru yosora
mabushikute tsuyoku hakanaku saki kagayai teta
soumarude futari no aidani
umare saita koimitaii daatayo

tatoe ishun demo ookina kagayaki wo kitaishite shimauyo
dore hodo chikara to jikan wo hitsuyou toshi tedemo Ohh!

Paradise Taste!! atsui yeah yeah yeah!
konya ga owaatemo
Paradise Taste!! itsumademo wow wow!
omoete ite hoshii
kimi ga donnani yasashiku kata wo daki yosetaka
soshite watashi ga nigiri kaeshita te no tsuyosao

yume miteta kotoga hito tsuzutsu
genjitsu he tonaate ikuyo tsuyoi aidakara
ame ga yami kumoota kokoroni
todoita omoi mo yoranai okurimono

arino mamano watashi shikaage rarenai kedomendouna monomade
kimi wa uketome aruga mamani aishite kurerune Ohh!

Paradise Taste!! atsui yeah yeah yeah!
[aishiteru?] wakaatetemo
Paradise Taste!! istumademo wow wow!
nantou daate kiki naiyo
kimi he no omoi wo umaku wa ii arawase naikedo
kimi to dakara sugi yuku mainijini imi ga aruyo

tadasobani iruto iudakede mou juubun dakara
saateshi mawanai younito itori nagara remuru...

Paradise Taste!! itoshii yeah yeah yeah!
kawara nai kimochide
Paradise Taste!! dokomademo wow wow!
tsugi no natsumo kimito
yoru no sorani iromeki saku kagayaku hanabi wo
mireru no kana mireru yone sono tsugi no natsumo zuuto


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