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Tricot – C&C

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Tricot – C&C

Song: tricot
Lyrics: Nakajima Ikkyuu
Translation: Kafka

In the darkness, blank stare, bathing in the TV light
Someone’s voice, I don’t need it inside my head
Just by nodding, the words slip through
Just by nodding, the words slip through

Now with one part of my body lost
It’s a sandstorm of bad memories
Desperately, the sounds of emotion, I erased them
Desperately, the sounds of emotion

The long winter transcends into the next day
It was so sunny and clear
My hand grabbed the curtain
I remembered you squinting at the light

Even with the anesthesia dissolved, reality won’t come back
My head is so heavy that it feels it’s being wrapped up
I want to fall asleep, I can’t fall asleep, I want to fall asleep
I want to fall asleep, I can’t fall asleep

Outside of the 7th floor window of the hotel
You were there,before the morning sun, upside down
“Look, the morning sun is falling”
I cried, I cried as you were falling

Romaji:

Kurayami, bō tto, terebi no hikari abi te
dare no koe mo haira nai atama de
unazuku dake kotoba wa surinukeru
unazuku dake kotoba wa surinukeru

karada no ichibu ga nakunatta ima wa
warui kioku o sunaarashi de
hisshi ni kanjō no oto kakikeshi ta
hisshi ni kanjō no oto

nagakatta fuyu ga ake ta tsugi no hi
sore wa totemo hare te i te
kāten ni te o kake te
hikari ni me o hosome ta kimi o omoidashi ta

masui ga toke te mo genjitsu modore nai
tsutsumareru yō ni atama ga omotai
nemuri tai, nemure nai nemuri tai
nemuri tai, nemure nai

hoteru no nana kai no mado no soto
kimi wa asahi o sakasa ni
‘mi te, asahi ga ochi te ku’ to
naite ta, nai te kimi wa ochi te tta

Kanji:

暗闇、ボーっと、テレビの光浴びて
誰の声も 入らない 頭で
頷くだけ 言葉はすり抜ける
頷くだけ 言葉はすり抜ける

体の一部が無くなった今は
悪い記憶を砂嵐で
必死に感情の音 掻き消した
必死に感情の音

長かった冬が明けた次の日
それはとても晴れていて
カーテンに手をかけて
光に目を細めた君を思い出した

麻酔が解けても現実戻れない
包まれるように頭が重たい
眠りたい、眠れない 眠りたい
眠りたい、眠れない

ホテルの七階の窓の外
君は朝日を逆さに
「見て、朝日が落ちてく」と
泣いてた、泣いて君は堕ちてった

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