14 September, 2020

Creation Translation


与え賜う    この光の命を
Tokoshie1 no toki no naka de erabareta
Ataetamou   Kono hikari no inochi wo

In this eternal time, I chose
To receive the light of this life.

Daita mama ni oriru kaidan de
Michinaru shirusareta mirai he mukaeba

As I embraced it, I descended the stairs
To face a future marked “unknown”.

Ikuman no kikoeru ubugoe ga…
Haruka tooku he to hibiku yochou wo

I can hear so many birth cries…
The omen echoes far away in the distance.

Daita mama ni oriru kaidan de
Michinaru shirusareta mirai he to

As I embraced it, I descended the stairs
To face a future marked “unknown”.

Don't you cry    夜が明けていく
Don't you cry    照らされる
Don't you cry    瞼を開けて
Don't you cry    吸い込んで
Don’t you cry   Yo ga aketeiku
Don’t you cry   Terasareru
Don’t you cry   Mabuta wo akete
Don’t you cry   Suikonde

Don’t you cry   The night will grow lighter
Don’t you cry   And you’ll be illuminated.
Don’t you cry   Open your eyes
Don’t you cry   And breathe.

Monogatari no joshou ga ibuite
Oozora2 to chi ga tsukurareta3

With a breath, the legend's prologue
Created the wide sky and the earth.

Don't look back    前だけを見て
Don't look back    踏み出して
Don't look back    太陽に手が
Don't look back    届くように
Don’t look back   Mae dake wo mite
Don’t look back   Fumidashite
Don’t look back   Taiyou ni te ga
Don’t look back   Todoku you ni

Don’t look back   Just look forward
Don’t look back   And go forth
Don’t look back   So that your hands
Don’t look back   Will reach the sun.

死線越えては    昇る階段
行き交うものは    幾億の夜
摘まれた蕾も    いつかは散りゆく
幾度、深く    愛されて
Shisen koete ha   Noboru kaidan
Ikikau mono ha   Ikuoku no yoru
Tsumareta hana4 mo   Itsuka ha chiriyuku
Ikutabi, fukaku   Ai sarete

The ascending stairs cross the line between life and death.
That which comes and goes are the innumerable nights.
Someday, even the flower you picked will scatter to pieces.   
You'll be deeply loved over and over again. 

1. "Eien" ("eternity") is written, while Rami sings "tokoshie", which means the same thing
2. The kanji compound here is made of "kyou" ("sky") and "ao" ("blue"). Together they would probably be pronounced "kyousou", but Rami sings "oozora" ("vast sky, heavens") instead.
3. The compound written is "souzou" ("creation"), while Rami sings it as "tsukurareta" ("made, created"). The second kanji in the compound can be ready as "tsukuru", so it goes with the "tsukurareta".
4. "Tsubomi" ("flower bud") is written, but Rami sings "hana" ("flower").

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