hakanaku yue ni saki-hokoru
yume ni yumemiru pheromone tachikomeru
kimi no sutoikku na hadae sae mo chi o nagashi
awai tsubomisae mo nikui

Look around, Look around into HONEY BLADE.
Let me see, Let me see your HONEY BLADE.
Show me, Show me, Show your HONEY BLADE.
Inside out, Inside out, Make it HONEY BLADE.
ima, kono ba de kimi o kowasu

konagona no tenshi ni DEEP KISS
hiroi-atsume nai te MAKE LOVE
What you say, What you say, What you say HONEY BLADE.
Lick it up, Lick it up, Lick me HONEY BLADE.
Bite me, Bite me, Bite me HONEY BLADE.
Makin’ love. Make it what? Make it HONEY BLADE.
boku no naka de nemuri tsuzuke
sakaijuu no senbou o abi you

Why don’t you sleep in my hand baby?
Why don’t you dance on my mind baby?
Why don’t you smile for me?
Please, Please, Please don’t let you go.

mezameru to kimi ha doko ni mo inai
nokosareta katorea to tegami
ano hi, ano toki, ano basho de, ano mama, kimi o, kimi o
kimi o, kimi o, kimi o, kimi o, kowashi tsukuse ba yo katta

Wanna see, Wanna see, Wan’you HONEY BLADE.
Don’t go ‘way, Don’t go ‘way my HONEY BLADE.
I look around, Look around you HONEY BLADE.
Makin’ love, Makin’ love, Make you HONEY BLADE.

ima ha shashin no kimi o mitsume
tsumetai GUN hitai ni atete
hikiganeo... ... ima... ...

Good-bye sweet my HONEY BLADE.
Sweet sweet my HONEY BLADE.
Good-bye sweet my HONEY BLADE.
Sweet sweet my HONEY BLADE.
Good-bye sweet my HONEY BLADE.
See you born again... ...


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