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Gin no tsuki kuroi hoshi (Self cover) (銀の月 黒い星(セルフカバー)) Lyrics
BY  Alice Nine
ALBUM  F+IX=YOU


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Itsu kara ka, bokura wa umaku warau koto mo dekizu sugoshiteta ne
Kimi to ita kisetsu wa shiroku somerarete mune ni furi tsumoru

Ah, konayuki ga, furisosogu, kono sora ni
Ima, te wo nobashi, kimi wo tsukamaeta.

Atataka na yuki wa nani yori mo utsukushiku
Bokutachi no hoho e ochite wa kiete
Maru de shiroi hana no youni kimi wa saiteita

Nani mo imi wa nai yo tsuki to no kyori wa
Kimi to no kyori kan sae mo iyashitekureta

Ah, konayuki ga, furisosogu, kono sora ni
Ima, te wo nobashi, kimi wo tsukamaeta.

Samusora no hoshi wa nani yori mo utsukushiku
Bokutachi no hoho e ochite wa kiete
Kareta airisu no hana shizuka ni yureteita


Credits: http://fantasy-alicenine.blogspot.com/2010/09/lyrics-gin-no-tsuki-kuroi-hoshi.ht


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Since when were we unable to pass the days smiling as we should be?
The season spent together with you is dyed white, lying thickly in my heart

Ah, the powdery snow falls incessantly in this sky
Now, I reach out my hand, and took hold of you.

What's more beautiful than the warm snow?
Falling upon and disappearing on our cheeks
Like the white flower, you were blooming

Nothing holds any meaning, the distance to the moon
Made me feel better about the distance to you

Ah, the powdery snow falls incessantly in this sky
Now, I reach out my hand, and took hold of you

What's more beautiful than the stars in the cold sky?
Falling upon and disappearing on our cheeks
The withered iris flowers were swaying in the quietness


Credits: http://fantasy-alicenine.blogspot.com/2010/09/lyrics-gin-no-tsuki-kuroi-hoshi.ht


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