Konna ni mo yoru ga akarui kara
Hitorikiri nemurezu ni irunda
Tsuyokunai bokura wa itsumo
Dareka wo omoi toki ni naku no deshou

Ima kimi no hoho wo tsutatta namida wa
Dare wo omottan darou

Namida yo hikare ichibanboshi yori hikare
Namida yo hikare kanashimi no bun dake
Namida yo hikare koko ni iru tte sakebe
Namida yo hikare kimi no asu wo terase

Hey you! Stand up!
Todoite hoshii
Hey you! Stand up!
Itsudatte

Konna ni mo mune ga kurushii no wa
Sugisatta hibi ga koishii kara
Tsuyogari na bokura wa itsumo
Nanika wo ushinatte kizuku no deshou

Ima kimi no hoho wo tsutatta namida wa
Zutto takaramono

Namida yo hikare ichibanboshi yori hikare
Namida yo hikare yasashisa no bun dake
Namida yo hikare koko ni iru tte sakebe
Namida yo hikare kimi no asu wo terase

Hey you! Stand up!
Todoiteiru yo
Hey you! Stand up!
Itsumademo

Namida yo hikare ichibanboshi yori hikare
Namida yo hikare kanashimi no bun dake
Namida yo hikare koko ni iru tte sakebe
Namida yo hikare sekaijuu wo terase

Hey you! Stand up!
Todoite hoshii
Hey you! Stand up!
Dokomademo

Don't stop your tears.
Everybody is crying tonight, Wow...


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