日常に生きる少女 English Translation

日常に生きる少女, Nichijou ni Ikiru Shoujo, Everyday Life Girl

スピーカーが2つあるってことはそこに2次元の世界があるって
ことなんですねってオレに聞く あの娘

日常に生きるあの娘は 普通に生きて
病気もせず 惑わされずに
オレは ホントにそれは正しいと思う
一人で映画に出かけたい 悔やんだり
日常に生きている
日常に生きている
あの娘 は 笑ってる 友達同士で笑い合う
それは女学生だったときの放課後の風景
いまでも変わらない笑顔をするんです
寒い日にコートを着る人は多い
あの娘も可愛い赫の外とうを着こんだりするんです
並木道 影がのびる
空気の 冷たさに気付く

———-

supika ga futatsu arutte koto wa soko ni ni jigen no sekai ga arutte
koto nande sunette ore ni kiku ano ko

nichijou ni ikiru ano ko wa futsuu ni ikite
byouki mo sezu madowasarezu ni
ore wa honto ni sore wa tadashii to omou
hitori de eiga ni dekaketai kuyandari
nichijou ni ikiru te iru
nichijou ni ikiru te iru
ano ko wa waratteru tomodachi doushi de warai au
sore wa jogakusei datta toki no houkago no fuukei
ima demo kawaranai egao wo surun desu
samui ka ni koto wo kiru hito wa ooi
ano ko mo kawaii aka no gai tou wo kikondari surun desu
namikimichi kage ga nobiru
kuuki no tsumeta sa ni kiduku

——–

Do these 2 speakers mean there are 2 world perspectives?
I heard that girl asked me.

That girl that lives everyday normally lives
without sickness or perplexity;
I think that’s really truthful.
She wants to go to a movie alone, in mourning.
Living an everyday life.
Living an everyday life.
That woman is laughing. People laugh with friends
That was a schoolgirl time of afterschool scenery
Even now, she displays an unchanging smile
On cold days many people wear coats
And that girl is wearing a cute red overcoat
Shadows creep over the avenue
She notices the cold air

———-

Notes: The adjective Mukai uses, Nichijou, means an everyday ordinary life. So an “Everyday life” may be a comment on a safe life without risks that you live the same way any other person does, like an ordinary life.

~ by seitekishoudo on July 9, 2010.

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