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Kaze ni naru

wasurete ita me o tojite


torimodose koi no uta
aozora ni kakurete iru
te o nobashite mou ichido
Close the forgotten eyes and retrieve the love song
Reach out your hand hidden in the blue sky one more
time
wasurenaide sugu soba ni
boku ga iru itsu no hi mo
hoshizora o nagamete iru
hitorikiri no yoake mo
Don't forget, soon I'll be by your side all the time
Even when at dawn you gaze at the starry sky alone
tatta hitotsu no kokoro
kanashimi ni kurenaide
kimi no tameiki nante
harukaze ni kaete yaru
Don't let your only heart become darkened by sadness
I'll change your sighs into the spring breeze
hi no ataru sakamichi o
jitensha de kakenoboru
kimi to nakushita omoide nosete yuku yo
I ride my bike fast up the sunny hill
Carrying the memories I forgot with you
RARARARARA
kuchizusamu
kuchibiru o somete yuku
kimi to mitsuketa shiawase hana no you ni
Lalalalala, I hum, staining my lips
The happiness I've found with you is like a flower
wasurete ita mado akete
hashiridase koi no uta
aozora ni takushite iru
te o kazashite mou ichido
Open the forgotten window; the love song starts to
run
Hold up the hand entrusted to the blue sky one more
time
wasurenai yo sugu soba ni
kimi ga iru itsu no hi mo
hoshizora ni kagayaite'ru
namida yureru ashita mo
I won't forget that soon you'll be by my side all
the time
Even on the tomorrows when wavering tears shine in
the starry sky
tatta hitotsu no kotoba
kono mune ni dakishimete
kimi no tame boku wa ima
harukaze ni fukarete'ru
Embracing that lone word in my heart
For your sake, I am now blown on by the spring
breeze
hi no ataru sakamichi o
jitensha de kakenoboru
kimi to chikatta yakusoku nosete yuku yo
I ride my bike fast up the sunny hill
Carrying the promise I made with you
RARARARARA
kuchizusamu
kuchibiru o somete yuku
kimi to deaeta shiawase inoru you ni
Lalalalala, I hum, staining my lips
The happiness I've found with you is like a prayer

hi no ataru sakamichi o
jitensha de kakenoboru
kimi to chikatta yakusoku nosete yuku yo
I ride my bike fast up the sunny hill
Carrying the promise I made with you
RARARARARA
kuchizusamu
kuchibiru o somete yuku
kimi to deaeta shiawase inoru you ni
Lalalalala, I hum, staining my lips
The happiness I've found with you is like a prayer
kimi to deaeta shiawase inoru you ni
The happiness I've found with you is like a prayer

becoming the wind


1.
Wasurete ita me wo tojite
~wasurete means forgot.

it can also become wasureteta, which means I forgot.


2.
Torimodose koi no uta
~torimodose means retrieve.

~koi means love, its a state, not a verb

~uta means song

In this form, it is a noun, but it can also be a verb which is utai,


means singing
3.
Aozora ni kakurete iru
~ao means blue

~sora means sky

It cannot means empty, it only means the sky.


It is read zora here because when the letter S is mixed in a same
word, it changes to Z, which makes aozora, which means blue clearing sky.
Such as senbonzakura, it should be senbon sakura, but since it forms a
word with another term, it is read zakura.
~kakurete means hidden

4.
Te wo nobashite mou ichido
~te means hand

~nobashite means reach out

~mou ichido means one more time or repeat

It is quite commonly use in daily life, when you want someone to


repeat something, you say mou ichido

5.
Wasurenaide sugu soba ni
~wasure means forget, wasurenai means dont forget
~sugu soba means right now

Ima sugu means right now () is more commonly used in daily


life.
6.
Boku ga iru itsu no hi mo
~boku means me, imformally, more commonly used for male calling
themselves.
=
(pronounced bokutachi)(commonly used)
~hi means days

It may pronounced differently when combined with other words such as


nihon()
~mo means too, notice it appears again later at number 8, which means this
and this too
7.
Hoshizora wo nagamete iru
~hoshi means stars

~sora means what? Remember? And do you remember why it is


pronounced zora here?
~nagamete means gaze at

8.
Hitorikiri no yoake mo
~hitori means alone, or one person

But hitori can also be written as too,


~yoa means dawn, yo means night, as in yoru

9.
Tatta hitotsu no kokoro
~hitotsu means one and only, remember hito in hitori? What does it
means?

~kokoro means heart

10.
Kanashimi ni kurenaide
~kanashimi means sadness, kanashi means sad

11.
Kimi no tame iki nante
~kimi means you, informallynote that this is commonly used in daily life

~no tame means for your sake

~iki means breath, or it can also means sigh

12.
Haru kaze ni kaete yaru
~haru means spring, commonly found in peoples names too

Haru means spring


Natsu means summer
Aki means fall
Fuyu means winter
*written the same as Chinese
~kaze means wind, remember the tittle of this song?

Note that it can also be read as fu, which had another complete
different meaning.
~kaete means change into

Note that kaete means change, its a verb, kawaranai means dont
have difference,but it is almost written the same, dont mix up

13.

Hi no ataru sakamichi wo
~remember what hi means? It can also means sun

~ataru means in. in this case, it means soaked in


=
But it is more commonly used as naka. Which means inside. Also
written as
~sakamichi means slanted road, in this case, it means a hill road.
Michi is means road, but it may also read as diff pronouncation
in diff case

~so here means at the hill side road that is soaked in sun ray(dawn)
14.
Jitensha de kakenoboru
~jitensha means bicycle, ji-ten-sha
=
~kake means fast, quickly, it is an adverb, not a command. If you want
someone to be faster, you say hayaku(). But if hayaku is written as
it means you want someone to be earlier.
~noboru means hike up

15.
Kimi to nakushita omoi de
~remember what kimi means??
~nakushita means lost or forgot

~omoi means memories, but if it is written as , it means longing for


someone, or you miss someone.
16.
Nosete yuku yo
~nosete means carrying

~yuku means moving, or in this case, cycling

17.
Rarararara kuchizusamu kuchibiru wo somete yuku
~kuchi means mouth
=
~kuchibiru means lips

Remember it is written as only, although it had a kuchi in it


~somete means staining

Although the word staining is not commonly used in English, but


this word is somehow famously used in song lyrics in japan.
~remember what yuku means?
18.
Kimi to mitsuketa shiawase
hana no you ni
~remember what kimi means?
~mitsuketa means found, sometimes when playing hide and seek, you can
also say mitsuketa! If you found someone.

~shiawasa means happiness

Although it is read shiawase, if the word is used in diff terms, it


will not be pronounced the same. As in , which is pronounced koufuku.
~hana means flower

~you is pronounced yo-o, with a long o instead of u, although it is


written as yo-u. The same also apploes to some other words too, such as
hontou, which should be pronounced honto-o. because in hiragana, we
dont use dash to indicate the continuation of vowel, so, we use other
vowels to take the part of the dash. As in the long o used u to take the
part of the dash. But in katakana, this will not happen because we use
dash to imply continuation of vowels.
Dash=
Eg: you, pronounced yo-o
hanbaga-, pronounced hanbaga-a

END OF FIRST VERSE

19.
Wasurete ita mado akete
~remember what wasurete means?
~mado means windows
~akete means open up, normally used with windows or something that
need to be opened both, like eye lids

But the word will be pronounced differently in different terms,


such as , which is pronounced hiraite
20.
Hashiridase koi no uta
~hashidase means to walk away

~remember what koi means? It can also means a type of fish, which
fascinatingly, is the koi fish.
Koi= or
~remember what uta means? And remember what utai means?
21.
Aozora ni takushite iru
~remember what aozora means?
~takushite means entrust a wish
or
22.
Te wo kazashite mou ichido
~remember what te means?
~remember what mou ichido means?

23.
Wasurenaiyo sugu soba ni
~remember what wasure means?
~remember what sugu means? What ima sugu means?
24.
Kimi ga iru itsu no hi mo
~remember what kimi means?
~remember what itsu means?
~remember what hi means?
~remember what mo means?
25.
Hoshizora wo kagayaiteru
~remember what hoshizora means?
~kagayai means shines

26.
Namida yureru ashita mo
~namida means tears

~yureru means
swaying

~ashita means tomorrow, can you see the is pronounced different here?
=

27.
Tatta hitotsu no kotoba
~remember what hitotsu means?
~kotoba means words, although its quite weird the word exist in it.
Keep in mind that the word means differently in Japanese although it is
a simplified writing of .
28.
Kono mune ni dakishimete
~kono means this, or this one
~mune means chest
~dakishi means to embrace or to hug

29.
Kimi no tame boku wa ima
~remember what kimi means?
~remember what no tame means?
~remember what boku means?
~remember what ima means?
30.
Harukaze ni fukareteru
~remember what haru kaze means?
~fukarete means is blown

31.

Hi no ataru sakamichi wo
32.
Jitensha de kakenoboru
~remember what all these means?
33.

Kimi to chikatta
yakusoku
~chikatta means vows and promise

~yakusoku means promise

34.
Nosete yuku yo
~remember what all these means?
35.

Rarararara kuchizusamu
kuchibiru wo somete yuku
~remember what all these means?
36.
Kimi to deaeta
shiawase
inoru you ni
~deai means meeting, almost same as found out

~remember what shiawase means?


~inoru means prayer

And the same things repeat again.


~note that this is all are based on my common knowledge. This method of
learning is effective. I dont even need a mentor to help me to know these,
I learn from daily lifes by my own. So I hope my knowledge can help you
somehow. Remember to try to refer to the song again if you feel lost. More
songs to come.
~and ill let you know one more thing. Japanese songs can commonly
divided into to big types, which is one that had simpler meaning and kanji,
while the other one is packed with deep meanings and kanjis. And note
that kanji is also divided into two big groups, which is the one that is still
pronounced in Japanese slang, and the other type is pronounced almost
the same as the original Chinese words it borrows. Thats why even the
same kanji character can be pronounced differently in different terms.