"Yuunagi no Shita no Himitsu Kichi"
("The Secret Fort Under the Evening Calm")

Performed by: Sayaka Yamamoto
Lyrics: Mio Aoyama
Composition: Daisuke Suzuki & D.A.I (Dai Nagao)
Arrangement: YUKIYOSHI

Song from:
[1 album] - Senkou-hanabi

»Layout Designed by: Oasis Heart3 (WAFTF)
»Translation & Romaji by: oritsu_luv (WAFTF & Love Impact: a MAX fan site)

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Takai sora meguri yuku
Tsubame no mukou
Aki o oshimu kumo
Tsunori yuku aenu hibi
Yuunagi ni maiochite

Kitakaze no nukemichi
Kareha ga naiteru
Omoigusa yureteru [1]
Kimi no inai machi
Chiisana mune osae gyutto
Tojita hitomi oboroge na
Kimi ga waratte ita

Akai sora meguri yuku
Tsubame ni takusu
Afureru itoshisa
Tsumori yuku aenu hibi
Kikoeru wa fuyu no oto

Urayama no nukemichi
Futari kakenukete
Te o tsunagu nukumori
Himitsu kichi mezasu
Chiisana yume katari fui ni
Damaru kimi ga miteta no wa
Haruka tooku dokoka

Kureru sora meguri yuku
Tsubame no yukue
Kimi no sora mukete
Nagare yuku toki no kumo
Kikoeru wa fuyu no oto

Takai sora meguri yuki
Kimi no tokoro made
Tsunori yuku aenu hibi
Yuunagi ni maiochite

On other side of the high sky
Where the swallows fly,
The clouds cherish Autumn --
The days we can't meet grow
Fall into the evening calm...

In the byway of the north wind,
The withered leaves cry.
In this town without you,
The aeginetia sways. [1]
With your hand held tightly on your small chest,
You laughed softly
With your eyes closed.

I entrust this overwhelming affection
To the swallows
Crossing the crimson sky --
In the growing days we can't meet,
I heard the sound of winter...

Together we crossed the byways
In the mountains behind us;
I felt the warmth of your hand in mine
As we headed for our secret fort --
We spoke of our dreams
And you suddenly fell silent,
Gazing far away.

The swallows
Cross the cloudy sky,
Heading to your sky --
In the clouds of flowing time,
I can hear the sound of winter...

Crossing the high sky
To where you are...
The days we can't meet grow,
Fall into the evening calm...
Translator's Notes:
[1] This line is referring to a plant called "Aeginetia Indica" (which is a light-purple flower, and is part of the Orohanchaceae flower family).

     In Japanese, the plant is called "Omoigusa" ("Thought/Memory Grass").