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圭子の夢は夜ひらく (Keiko no yume wa yoru hiraku) (English translation)

  • Artist: Keiko Fuji (藤圭子)
  • Also performed by: Aki Yashiro
  • Song: 圭子の夢は夜ひらく (Keiko no yume wa yoru hiraku) 4 translations
  • Translations: English #1, #2, Spanish, Transliteration

圭子の夢は夜ひらく (Keiko no yume wa yoru hiraku)

赤く咲くのは けしの花
白く咲くのは 百合の花
どう咲きゃいいのさ この私
夢は夜ひらく
 
十五、十六、十七と
私の人生暗かった
過去はどんなに暗くとも
夢は夜ひらく
 
昨日マー坊 今日トミー
明日はジョージかケン坊か
恋ははかなく過ぎて行き
夢は夜ひらく
 
夜咲くネオンは 嘘の花
夜飛ぶ蝶々も 嘘の花
嘘を肴に 酒をくみゃ
夢は夜ひらく
 
前を見るよな 柄じゃない
うしろ向くよな 柄じゃない
よそ見してたら 泣きを見た
夢は夜ひらく
 
一から十まで 馬鹿でした
馬鹿にゃ未練はないけれど
忘れられない 奴ばかり
夢は夜ひらく 夢は夜ひらく
 
Submitted by Diazepan MedinaDiazepan Medina on Fri, 28/09/2018 - 19:42
Last edited by Diazepan MedinaDiazepan Medina on Sat, 18/05/2019 - 00:42
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Keiko's Dream Opens in the Night

Versions: #1#2
Blooms in red, the Poppy flower
Blooms in white, the Lily
How should I bloom?
My dream opens in the night 1
 
At fifteen, sixteen, and seventeen
My life was dark
But no matter how dark was my past
My dream opens in the night
 
Yesterday was Mark, today Tommy 2
And tomorrow Georgy or maybe Kenny
Love passes in vain
My dream opens in the night
 
The neon lights blooming in the night, fake flowers
The butterflies flying in the night, also fake flowers 3
Filling small dishes with sake and lies
My dream opens in the night
 
I'm not the type to look forward
And not one to turn backwards either
When I looked to the sides, I saw weeping
My dream opens in the night
 
From one to ten they were all idiots
I don't have lingering affection for idiots
But they were all guys I'm not able to forget
My dream opens in the night, my dream opens in the night
 
  • 1. Like a flower.
  • 2. Not sure about what "Maa should be"
  • 3. Hostesses refer to themselves as butterflies flying in the night. Since normal butterflies don't.
Submitted by tonyltonyl on Tue, 04/12/2018 - 14:27
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