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Vocaloid (Hatsune Miku) – Dokuhaku

February 22, 2018

Dokuhaku – ドクハク – Soliloquy

颯爽 騙る平常 交わす貞操 暴く低能
圧倒 嫌に丁重 苦い迎合 奇態、軽佻
堂々 巡る抗争 歪む表情 饐えた相貌
葛藤、刻まれた心臓に乗せて

sassou kataru heijou kawasu teisou abaku teinou
attou iya ni teichou nigai geigou kitai, keichou
doudou meguru kousou yugamu hyoujou sueta soubou
kattou, kizamareta shinzou ni nosete

Gallant, deceptive daily life, intersecting virtue, revealing idiocy
Overwhelming, detestably polite, bitterly ingratiating, strange, thoughtless
Magnificent, repeating dispute, warped expression, immobile facial features
Conflict, carved into and carried on my heart

I do not seek, I find.

衝動と引き換えに 潰された眼 こじ開けては
大層らしい声明 口を衝いた 口を衝いた
両の腕に沁みた熱りは もう、底をついて
八方塞がりの今日 受け止めていた

shoudou to hikikae ni tsubusareta me kojiakete wa
taisou rashii seimei kuchi o tsuita kuchi o tsuita
ryou no ude ni shimita hotobori wa mou, soko o tsuite
happou fusagari no kyou uketomete ita

Wrenching open the eyes that had been torn out in exchange for an impulse
Impressive-seeming proclamations rushed out of your mouth, rushed out of your mouth
The lingering heat that soaked into both my arms had already reached the bottom
And I accepted this day from which there was no escape

呆れるほどに艶めく意思を
隠した瞳を、

akireru hodo ni tsuyameku ishi o
kakushita hitomi o,

This will that was surprisingly alluring,
These hidden eyes–

僅かに愛せよ
明日明後日を等しく奪い取るため
僅かに愛せよ
明日明後日を空しく切り取る前に。

wazuka ni aiseyo
asu asatte o hitoshiku ubaitoru tame
wazuka ni aiseyo
asu asatte o munashiku kiritoru mae ni.

Love them just a little
So that tomorrow and the next day alike will be stolen
Love them just a little
Before tomorrow and the next day are torn off in futility.

I do not seek, I find.

情の、あからさまに毒々しく歪んだ者
情の、下賤らしく禍々しく捻れた者
とうとう今日の日まで、唾棄するべきこの敵等を
現に悍ましくも、受け入れていた

jouno, akarasama ni dokudokushiku yuganda mono
jouno, gesen rashiku magamagashiku nejireta mono
toutou kyou no hi made, daki surubeki kono tekira o
gen ni ozomashiku mo, ukeirete ita

Those who are compassionate and obviously, sickeningly warped
Those who are compassionate and coarse and ominously twisted
All these enemies I’ve despised until today
Though in truth it disgusts me, I’ve accepted them

差し出るほどに昂ぶる意気を
灯した怒りを、

sashideru hodo ni takaburu iki o
tomoshita ikari o,

This heart that’s so high-strung that it’s intrusive,
This anger that’s been set ablaze–

静かに讃えよ
明日明後日の勝機を誘い込むため
静かに讃えよ
明日明後日の咎めを抱え込む前に。

shizuka ni tataeyo
asu asatte no shouki o sasoikomu tame
shizuka ni tataeyo
asu asatte no togame o kakaekomu mae ni.

Praise them quietly
To entice the possibility of a victory tomorrow and the day after
Praise them quietly
Before you take the blame of tomorrow and the day after upon yourself.

(…君の影の落ちた日々に踏み込んでいた)
(…君の夢の朽ちた跡を抱き込んでいた)

(… kimi no kage no ochita hibi ni fumikonde ita)
(… kimi no yume no kuchita ato o dakikonde ita)

(… I was stepping into the days on which your shadow fell)
(… I was holding the rotted remnants of your dream)

見かねるほどに踏み潰された
哀しみの声を、

mikaneru hodo ni fumitsubusareta
kanashimi no koe o,

This voice of sorrow
That’s been crushed so thoroughly that one can’t be indifferent to it–

僅かに擡げよ
明日明後日を確かに誘い込むため
一途に掲げよ
明日明後日を空しく切り取る前に。

wazuka ni motageyo
asu asatte o tashika ni sasoikomu tame
ichizu ni kakageyo
asu asatte o munashiku kiritoru mae ni.

Lift it just a little
So you can be sure to entice tomorrow and the day after
Brandish it wholeheartedly
Before tomorrow and the next day are torn off in futility.

(…君の影の落ちた日々に踏み込んでいた)
(…君の夢の朽ちた跡を抱き込んでいた)

(… kimi no kage no ochita hibi ni fumikonde ita)
(… kimi no yume no kuchita ato o dakikonde ita)

(… I was stepping into the days on which your shadow fell)
(… I was holding the rotted remnants of your dream)

(Original lyrics by MARETU.)

6 Comments
  1. Zfantasy permalink

    Nice :3

  2. raineydayparade permalink

    Sweet, any plans on translating “Toutetsu” as well? :’D

    • Sorry, I haven’t had much time lately and I’ve got a backlog of things I’ve already promised to translate. I might get to it when I have more free time, though!

  3. ZFantasy permalink

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