Weekend English Translation

Weekend
By Zazen Boys
Words and music by Mukai Shutoku

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Alison Statton 針のボイス
突き刺さった歌声 ウィークエンド
ワンピース 青いワンピース 軽めにしばった三つ編み
ほどけかかって散らばる 夢のかけらがワンピース

フライデイナイト 街におぼれて群がる
くたばってもしらない 踊りまくってウィークエンド

ハイテンション 目ん玉笑ってぐるぐる
ミッドナイトの奥の奥 消えていこうかこのまま

Weekend・・・

———-

Alison Statton hari no boisu
tsukisasatta utagoe uikeindo
wanpisu aoi wanpisu kei me ni shibatta mitsu ami
hodokekakatte chirabaru yume no kakera ga wanpisu

furaidei naito machi ni oborete muragaru
kutabatte mo shiranai odori makutte uikeindo

hai tenshin mentama waratte guruguru
middo naito no oku no oku kiete ikou ka kono mama

Weekend・・・

———-

Alsion Statton’s needle voice,
A pierced singing voice. Weekend
A dress. A blue dress. A light triple braid
Untied and scattered everywhere. Dreamy fragments of a dress.

Friday night. Drowning in city crowds
I don’t know how to be tired. It’s a crazy dance weekend!

High tension. My eyeballs laugh and spin around
The deepest deep of midnight. You want this feeling to end?

Weekend・・・

———-

Alison Statton 針のボイス
Alison Statton hari no boisu
Alsion Statton’s needle voice,

突き刺さった歌声 ウィークエンド
tsukisasatta utagoe uikeindo
A pierced singing voice. Weekend

ワンピース 青いワンピース 軽めにしばった三つ編み
wanpisu aoi wanpisu kei me ni shibatta mitsu ami
A dress. A blue dress. A light triple braid

ほどけかかって散らばる 夢のかけらがワンピース
hodokekakatte chirabaru yume no kakera ga wanpisu
Untied and scattered everywhere. Dreamy fragments of a dress.

フライデイナイト 街におぼれて群がる
furaidei naito machi ni oborete muragaru
Friday night. Drowning in city crowds

くたばってもしらない 踊りまくってウィークエンド
kutabatte mo shiranai odori makutte uikeindo
I don’t know how to be tired. It’s a crazy dance weekend!

ハイテンション 目ん玉笑ってぐるぐる
hai tenshin mentama waratte guruguru
High tension. My eyeballs laugh and spin around

ミッドナイトの奥の奥 消えていこうかこのまま
middo naito no oku no oku kiete ikou ka kono mama
The deepest deep of midnight. You want this feeling to end?

Weekend・・・

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Note: Alison Statton is a Welsh singer. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alison_Statton

A one piece in English usually means a swimsuit, but in Japan it more often refers to a one piece dress similar to a summer dress.

~ by seitekishoudo on January 18, 2011.

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