Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pop) – I Can’t Ever Change Your Love For Me By Toshiki Katomatsu

Another Sunday J-pop time! How have you been doing? Hope everyone had a great week! Today I will introduce a song called [I can’t ever change your love for me] by Toshiki Katomatsu.

Have you ever lost your true love? Love gives us a power to live, at the same time, it is so painful. We know we can not change someone’s feeling. The feeling is constantly changing. We love someone today but that feeling might change tomorrow. This is one of song he performed at Yokohama Stadium in 2003. He and Anri’s duet.

I can’t ever change your love for me

My own English translation

The first call

I knew from a phone call in this morning

although you were laughing

I can’t really get true feeling

cos I can’t erase my feeling right away

It is fine even if you tell me that today is a last day for both of us

I just want to meet you as usual

Oh, I can’t ever change your love for me

Brush my hair in front of a mirror as usual

Oh, you can’t ever love me once again

Softly say goodbye to myself who is just only for you

The second call

I want you to drive me home as usual and this same road

If possible please don’t let that traffic light to turn blue

Yeah, maybe I can’t keep up with you now

I’m sure I’ll live alone from now on

Oh I can’t ever change your love for me

Waving a hand little to the disappearing car

Oh You can’t ever love me once again

“Be careful” pray quietly at the end

My thought

I think in this song, they do not actually say “let’s break up” but both of them knew that it is the end. We know in our heart that when we let a love gone, new love will come, but it is easy to say and it is hard to do. As long as we have emotion it will take a time to let it go. Time is a only healer.

Hope your like it. Have a joyful Sunday.

About mkchatinjapanese

I am a native Japanese who teaches Japanese to non-Japanese speaker as a private tutor. Teach from a beginner to Intermediate level. location in London.
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