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Vocaloid (Hatsune Miku) – Utau Suiren

February 7, 2019

Utau Suiren – 歌う睡蓮 – Singing Water Lily

夕暮れの校舎裏側
僕は一人そこで惑ってた

yuugure no kousha uragawa
boku wa hitori soko de madotte’ta

Behind the school building at sunset
I was hesitating all alone

ただ彼女は歌っていた

tada kanojo wa utatte ita

She was just singing

掠れるセイレーン
まるで映画みたいな原風景には
歌を歌ってる君と三半規管、揺さぶる酩酊

kasureru SEIREEN
marude eiga mitai na genfuukei ni wa
uta o utatte’ru kimi to sanhankikan, yusaburu meitei

Siren going hoarse
In the cinematic scene of my childhood memory
Is you, singing a song, and a disturbance of my inner ear, as if I’m drunk

心臓に杭を打たれたような彩度の
彼女の声だけ耳に残って揺れた

shinzou ni kui o utareta you na saido no
kanojo no koe dake mimi ni nokotte yureta

Only her voice, with a color like a stake being driven through the heart,
Lingered, wavering, in my ears

「ららら」

“rarara”

“Lalala”

あの日あの時校舎裏で耳にした君の
ただの歌声が頭を引っ掻いている

ano hi ano toki kousha ura de mimi ni shita kimi no
tada no utagoe ga atama o hikkaite iru

That day, back then, behind the school building, I heard your singing
Your voice is still clawing at my head

僕は君の歌う姿を白い絵の具で
キャンバスに乗せようとするだけ

boku wa kimi no utau sugata o shiroi enogu de
KYANBASU ni noseyou to suru dake

All I can do is paint the way you looked when you were singing
In white paint on my canvas

「ららら」

“rarara”

“Lalala”

掠れるセイレーン
まるで映画みたいな原風景には
歌を歌ってる君と三半規管、揺さぶる酩酊

kasureru SEIREEN
marude eiga mitai na genfuukei ni wa
uta o utatte’ru kimi to sanhankikan, yusaburu meitei

Siren going hoarse
In the cinematic scene of my childhood memory
Is you, singing a song, and a disturbance of my inner ear, as if I’m drunk

心臓に杭を打たれたような彩度の
彼女の声だけ耳に残って揺れた

shinzou ni kui o utareta you na saido no
kanojo no koe dake mimi ni nokotte yureta

Only her voice, with a color like a stake being driven through the heart,
Lingered, wavering, in my ears

掠れるセイレーン

kasureru SEIREEN

Siren going hoarse

掠れるセイレーン

kasureru SEIREEN

Siren going hoarse

(Original lyrics by n-buna)

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