Candies – A Midsummer Greeting For You

キャンディーズ – 暑中お見舞い申し上げます

Ran (伊藤蘭) | Miki (藤村美樹) | Sue (田中好子)

歌詞

shochuu omimai moushi agemasu

mabuta ni kuchi tdzuke uketeru mitai na
natsu no hi no taiyou wa mabushi kute
kirakira nagisa wo ima ni mo anata ga
kakete kuru shibuki ni nurete

naze ka parasoru ni tsukamari
anata no machi made tobe sou desu
kotoshi no natsu wa mune made atsui
fushigi na fushigi na natsu desu
shochuu omimai moushi agemasu

mizugi wo dareka ni mirareru dake demo
anata kara dame dayo to iwaresou
oyogi masenka to sasoi ni kuru kedo
furimukazu nemutta furi yo

hayaku anata ni aitakute
tokei wo sakasa ni mawashitemasu
kotoshi no natsu wa kokoro mo hazamu
fushigi na fushigi na natsu desu
shochuu omimai moushi agemasu

naze ka parasoru ni tsukamari
anata no machi made tobe sou desu
kotoshi no natsu wa mune made atsui
fushigi na fushigi na natsu desu
shochuu omimai moushi agemasu

~

Romanized lyrics done by me!
So if you take these lyrics, please credit me here!

~

Translation:

A midsummer greeting* for you

The sunlight on this summer day is so bright
It feels like it’s kissing my eyelids
You’re running along the sparkling beach right now
Wet from the sea spray
For some reason I feel like
I could grab onto a beach umbrella and fly to your town
Even my heart is hot this summer
It’s a mysterious, mysterious summer
A midsummer greeting for you

I get the feeling you won’t even let
Someone look at my swimsuit
They come and ask if I want to go for a swim
But I don’t look their way, just pretend to be asleep
I wanna see you soon
My watch is going backwards
Even my heart is leaping this summer
It’s a mysterious, mysterious summer
A midsummer greeting for you

For some reason I feel like
I could grab onto a beach umbrella and fly to your town
Even my heart is hot this summer
It’s a mysterious, mysterious summer
A midsummer greeting for you

*It’s a tradition in Japan to send each other shochuu omimai (midsummer greetings) in the height of summer

Translation Credits: kiwimusume.com

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~ by Jo on November 21, 2010.

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