Treasure Island

kaurlene sheila


flame of recca closing (zuto kimi no soba de)


flame of recca closing (zuto kimi no soba de)

Submitted: Saturday, November 16, 2013

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Koi ni mitsu wo maite
Ienai kimochi wo sodatete ita
Itsumo atteru no ni
Koe ga kikitakute setsunaku naru
Sabishisa sakasenai you ni
Ai wo korosanu you ni

[*] Hashiru hashiru doko made mo yuku
Yurete yurete kokoro no mama ni yurarete
Donna kurushimi datte
Kimi to ireba norikoerareru

Yume no neji wo maite
Hito no kanashimi wo
Tsuyosa wo mita.
Sonna kimi no soba de
Subete wo utsuseru
Hito de itai
Ashita ni mayouwanai you ni
Ima wo wasurenu you ni

Kurai kurai mienai michi wo
Hikaru hikaru mitsukana hikari kagayaku
Yami wo hosore wa shitai
Kimi no soba de kyou mo wa nareru

[*] Repeat

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