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sleep walk 歌詞 岸田教団&THE明星ロケッツ (KISIDA KYODAN & THE AKEBOSI ROCKETS)

アルバム/ Album: ストレイ TV アニメ「博多豚骨ラーメンズ」OP
作詞/ Lyricist: 岸田
作曲/ Composer: 岸田
発売日/ Release date: 2018年2月7日
Language: 日本語/ Japanese

岸田教団&THE明星ロケッツ – sleep walk KANJI LYRICS

今日も光が溢れるように瞬く深夜の路上
アコースティックギター
少し狂ったチューニングで歌い始める

目を伏せて歩くにはちょうどいい頃だ
冷たい風で呼吸を測る

こんなのだって悪くはないね
綺麗だとは言えないが

この夜も眠らない街には似合わない
涙を集めたような星空
きっと君は笑って許してしまうから
こんな時だけはここでいいかな

どうせ人生は自由という不可能性と踊る
だから少しだけでも このままでいたい

何か君が信じた大切なことの話をしよう
それがどうあれ今日の天気はこの後曇っていきそうだね
大体の問題なんて程度が重要だ
やりすぎじゃなきゃそれでいいのさ

この地球上に簡単な愛はない
面倒なもんだよね

この夜の光が街を照らし出して
こんな僕らは空に夢を見る
きっと君は悲しんで救ってしまうから
そんな時だけはここにいようかな

例えば僕にだって出来ることくらいはあるさ
まあそんなに役に立たないけれど
だけどさ それでも 少しでも意味があるように

あの時の真実を教えてくれるなら少しだけの勇気を出せるよ

夜の街に輝く星空のように
一つだけは信じられる気がした
きっと君は笑って許してくれるから
こんな時だけはここがいいかな

どうせ人生で全て疑うなんて現実的じゃない
なら少しだけでも より確かな方へ

岸田教団&THE明星ロケッツ – sleep walk ROMAJI

kyō mo hikari ga afureru yō ni shibatataku shin’ya no rojō
akōsutikku gitā
sukoshi kurutta chūningu de utaihajimeru

me o fusete aruku ni wa chōdo ī koro da
tsumetai kaze de kokyū o hakaru

konna no da tte waruku wa nai ne
kirei da to wa ienai ga

kono yoru mo nemuranai machi ni wa niawanai
namida o atsumeta yō na hoshizora
kitto kimi wa waratte yurushite shimau kara
konna toki dake wa koko de ī ka na

dōse jinsei wa jiyū to yū fu kanō-sei to odoru
da kara sukoshi dake de mo kono mama de itai

nan ka kimi ga shinjita taisetsu na koto no hanashi o shiyō
sore ga dō are kyō no tenki wa kono ato kumotte iki sō da ne
daitai no mondai nante teido ga jūyō da
yari sugi ja nakya sore de ī no sa

kono chikyū-jō ni kantan na ai wa nai
mendō na mon da yo ne

kono yoru no hikari ga machi o terashidashite
konna boku-ra wa sora ni yume o miru
kitto kimi wa kanashinde sukutte shimau kara
sonna toki dake wa koko ni iyō ka na

tatoeba boku ni da tte dekiru koto kurai wa aru sa
mā sonna ni yaku ni tatanai keredo
da kedo sa sore de mo sukoshi de mo imi ga aru yō ni

ano toki no shinjitsu o oshiete kurerunara sukoshi dake no yūki o daseru yo

yoru no machi ni kagayaku hoshizora no yō ni
hito-tsu dake wa shinjirareru ki ga shita
kitto kimi wa waratte yurushite kureru kara
konna toki dake wa koko ga ī ka na

dōse jinsei de subete utagau nante genjitsu-teki ja nai
nara sukoshi dake de mo yori tashika na hō e

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