Mou hitorikiri ni
Shiteoite hoshii no
Daremo watashi wo shiranu
Basho e nigetai no

Sonna koto machigatteiru to Semerareyou to kore ijou
Kokoro ga mou motanai ashita wa iranai no

Nakitai dake naitemo ii?
Namida karete shimau kurai
Ima nara shiori yukitachi ga nagashite
Keshite kureru deshou nee tasukete

Sou koukai nado
Hitotsu mo shitenai no
Itsumo donna toki mo
Ima wo ikitekita

Omokage mo ashiato sae nani hitotsu
nokoranai kurai
Rousoku ga tokete kono akari kietara

Oogoe de sakendemo ii?
Koe ga kareteshimaru kurei
Ima nara shiori yukitachi mo
Subete yurushite kureru deshou nee onegai

Ryoute hirogete kagayaku yuki
Atsumetai dake nanoni ne doushite hakanai

Oikitai dake naitemo ii?
Namida karete shimaru kurai?
Ima nara shiori yukitachi ga
nagashite keshite kureru deshou

Oogoe de sakendemo ii?
Koe ga kareteshimaru kurai
Ima nara shiori yukitachi mo
Subete yurushite kureru deshou

Nakitai dake naitemo ii?
Namida karete shimaru kurai
Oogoe de sakendemo ii?
Koe ga kareteshimaru kurai

Nakitai dake naitemo ii?
Oogoe de sakendemo ii?
Yuki yamu made..

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    this song is so beautiful! i love it!

    xxsnowxxon September 09, 2009   Link

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