Yawarakaku chikara tsuyoku kimi wo atsumeru boku ni naritai

Kizukeba mou machi no iro ga kawatta ne
Mabushii ano kisetsu toorisugita ne

Takusan no yoru wo norikoeta ne
Naitetari warattetari shite ne

Sou yatte nanto ka nanda kedo ne
Arukitsuzukete kita yo ne

Yawarakaku chikara tsuyoku kimi wo tsutsumeru boku ni naritai
Daijoubu tte nando demo kimi ga hohoemu made tsutaetai

Tsumetai kaze ga kyori wo chikatsukeru ne
Ano koro yori egao zutto fueta ne

Ohayou tte mainichi ieru kara ne
Oyasumi wa mou kanashikunai ne

Ima datte nanto ka nanda kedo ne
Kyou mo futari de ikita ne

Tsunaideta futari no te ga hanarete yuku no wo kanjita toki
Aishiteru no imi wo boku wa sukoshi wakatta you na ki ga shiteru

Yawarakaku chikara tsuyoku kimi wo tsutsumeru boku ni naritai
Daijoubu tte nando demo kimi ga hohoemu made tsutaetai

Tsunaideta futari no te ga hanarete yuku no wo kanjita toki
Aishiteru no imi wo boku wa sukoshi wakatta you na ki ga shiteru


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