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AIR – Natsukage

March 21, 2011

Natsukage – 夏影 – Summer Shadow

ふたりぶんの青空を
君は手で囲った
陽の匂いのする草を
僕は手に結んだ

futaribun no aozora o
kimi wa te de kakotta
hi no nioi no suru kusa o
boku wa te ni musunda

You framed a swath of blue sky, enough for both of us
With your hand
I bound some sun-scented grass
In my hand

風を背に今、僕らが走り抜けたよ
あの大空 目指してた

kaze o se ni ima, bokura ga hashirinuketa yo
ano oozora   mezashite’ta

With the wind at our backs, we ran
Aiming for that wide sky

遠くへ 遠くへ

tooku e   tooku e

Far away, far away…

越えてゆく遙か夏も
渡る川の流れも
いつか変わって いつか忘れて
同じ思い守れずいる

koete yuku haruka natsu mo
wataru kawa no nagare mo
itsuka kawatte   itsuka wasurete
onaji omoi mamorezu iru

That distant summer
And the flow of the river I cross
Will someday change, will someday forget
Unable to keep the same feelings

ふたりぶんの青空に
飛行機雲 とばした
笑ってる子供たちの
手には虫かご あの思い出

futaribun no aozora ni
hikoukigumo   tobashita
waratte’ru kodomo-tachi no
te ni wa mushikago   ano omoide

The laughing children
Who made vapor trails in our blue sky
Had bug cages in their hands
In that memory

越えてゆく遙か夢も
流る川のほとりを
いつもひとりで いつも歩いた
今は違う途を

koete yuku haruka yume mo
nagaru kawa no hotori o
itsumo hitori de   itsumo aruita
ima wa chigau michi o

In my distant dreams
I always walked, always alone
Along the flowing river
Now I go a different way

遠くなる遙か夏よ
流る川の町で
僕ら遊んだ 僕ら生きてた

tooku naru haruka natsu yo
nagaru kawa no machi de
bokura asonda   bokura ikite’ta

That far distant summer
In the town by the flowing river
We played, we lived

今も覚えてる

ima mo oboete’ru

Even now, I remember…

(Original lyrics by Key.)

From → AIR, Anime

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