arukidasu tsuki no rasen wo yuusei dake ga sora ni matte iru
soko kara wa chiisaku mieta anata dake ga
yasashiku te wo furu

hoho ni nagaredasu akai shizuku wa semete owakare no shirushi

hajime kara shitte ita hazu sa modoreru nante dakedo...sukoshi dake
wasureyou subete no naifu
mune wo kiri saite fukaku shizumeba ii

mabuta ukande kiete iku zanzou wa marude haha ni nita hikari
soshite namida mo chi mo minna kare hate
yagate haruka naru omoi

dore hodo kuyami tsuzuketara
ichido wa yasashiku nareru ka na?
sayonara yasashikatta egao
konya mo hitori de nemuru no kai?

hoho ni nagaredasu akai shizuku wa semete owakare no shirushi
konya kirei da yo tsuki no shizuku de yogoreta kono karada sae mo

donna ni hito wo kizutsuketa
konya wa yasashiku nareru ka na?
sayonara kanashikatta egao
konya mo hitori de nemuru no kai?



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    I can't believe no one has commented buck-tick,but one person and I . Buck-Tick rock your sox off!

    Karatepopon May 31, 2006   Link
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    It's hard to comment on any songs that you dont 'understand.' I suppose you could say how much you love their music and all, but commenting on the meaning of the song is a difficult task to tackle without english translations.

    INNOsinzon January 04, 2007   Link

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