SUROU MOUSHON (Slow Motion) de jikan doori ni
Kimi o noseta densha ga sotto suberikomu
Toiki mo shiroi kaisatsuguchi de
Tsuma sakidachi shite kimi o matteiru
Yuube wa nenai de
Kotae wa sagasezu Asa wa yattekita
Mou nanimo iwanai yo
Futatsu KAN KOOHII (Can [of] Coffee)
Nigirishimeta mama de
Daredemo tsumazuki sukoshi tsukarete
Utsumukanai mama tama ikitsukazu
Mune o hatte
Kikasete kudasai "Tadaima" to
Umaku ikanai to tegami mo hette
Hashaida egao mo shashin tate no naka
Kyuuko-gatsu furi no
Touchakujikoku to kasukana susuri naki
Sou katta maketaka wa
Kimi ga kimeru koto
Korekara zutto saki ni
SUROU MOUSHON (Slow Motion) de kimi ga yattekuru
Omosugiru nimotsu katahou motsu yo
Waratte kudasai "Tadaima" to
Naname ni sashikomu asahi no naka de
Kimi wa kitto
Omoidashiteiru wasure kaketeta
Ekikara umi e to tsudzuku sakamichi
Nanimo nai keredo tsumaranai kedo
Kimi no machi wa
Kotaete kureru "O-kaeri" to
In slow motion, right on time,
Your train quietly slides in.
My breath is white, at the ticket gate.
I stand on tiptoe waiting for you.
I didn't sleep last night;
I was thinking...
But morning came before I could find an answer.
I won't say anything more
As I grip
Two cans of coffee.
Everyone stumbles, gets a little tired,
And feels like crying sometimes.
Don't hang your head, don't sigh...
Hold your head high,
And say "I'm home!"
When it doesn't go well, your letters grow fewer.
Your smiling face is only in a picture frame.
You leave a message on my answering machine
For the first time in 9 months:
Your arrival time and the faint sound of sobbing.
Yeah, whether you win or lose
Is up to you,
From now until forever.
You come closer in slow motion.
I wonder if you can see me...
If your bags are too heavy, I'll carry one.
Don't be shy --
Smile and say, "I'm home!"
In the slanted morning sunlight,
Remembering this town
That you were starting to forget about.
While we walk down the path
That leads from the station to the sea,
It's not much, it's kind of boring...
But the town
Answers you: "Welcome back!"