Engrasp

An Alst album wouldn’t be complete without a Camellia track. The lyrics feel a little abstract in meaning, but I’m imagining it’s another one about Blue Keine x Green Keine.
On an unrelated note, I also have to say that I’ve gotten a new keyboard, and it handles like a dream.

☆ Title: Engrasp
★ Album: POP | CULTURE 2
☆ Album Artist: Alstroemeria Records
★ Vocals:Mei Ayakura (綾倉盟)
☆ Arrangement and lyrics: Camellia
★ Original Title: Plain Asia (プレインエイジア)
☆ Website: http://alst.net/


もしも呼吸が等しいなら (朝と夜 数えて)
空を越えても届くのだろう (数えられない溜息)
言葉が霞んでしまっても (二つの足跡は)
月の明かりは見えるのだろう (まだ遠く歩くまま)

moshimo kokyuu ga hitoshii nara (asa to yoru kazoete)
sora o koetemo todoku no darou (kazoerarenai tameiki)
kotoba ga kasunde shimattemo (futatsu no ashiato wa)
tsuki no akari wa mieru no darou (mada tooku aruku mama)

If we share the same breath (Counting the mornings and nights)
it should reach, even if it exceeds the sky (there are uncountable sighs)
Even if our words become hazy (Our two footprints will)
the moonlight should be visible (continue to walk on far)

離した私の手 途切れた言葉を
離したあなたの手 繋いで

hanashita watashi no te togireta kotoba o
hanashita anata no te tsunaide

My hand that you let go of, connects words that are
Your hand that I let go of, broken up

思い出一つ見つけたなら (秒針が遅くて)
夢の中では会えるのだろう (雲の行き先追って)
星があまりに眩しいのは (二つの手のひらは)
隣が空いているからだろう (もうすぐ出会えるのに)

omoide hitotsu mitsuketa nara (byoushin ga osokute)
yume no naka de wa aeru no darou (kumo no yukisaki otte)
hoshi ga amari ni mabushii no wa (futatsu no te no hira wa)
tonari ga aiteiru kara darou (mou sugu de aeru noni)

If we’ve found a a single memory (The second-hand goes slow)
we should be able to meet in dreamland (Chasing after where the clouds go)
The reason the stars shine overly bright (Both the palms of our hands)
is probably because they’ve got room next to them (will be able to meet soon though)

離した私の手 途切れた言葉を
離したあなたの手 繋いで

hanashita watashi no te togireta kotoba o
hanashita anata no te tsunaide

My hand that you let go of, connects words that are
Your hand that I let go of, broken up

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