Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pop) – Tasogare No Bay City By Junko Yagami

Sunday J-pop – 「Tasogare no Bay City・黄昏のBay City」Bay City in Twilight

Another Sunday J-pop time! How have you been? Following the last week song, this week again, I introduce a song about lost love. In this bitterly weather it makes me feel like it The song called “Tasogare no Bay City” by Junko Yagami.

This song is written both lyrics and melody by Junko Yagami. She plays a piano as well.

I have found a very interesting video, it is just like a short story animated so I’m sure you will enjoy watching it.

The Japanese

The above video has only Japanese characters and English translation, so I have written romaji below so that perhaps you can learn how to pronounce them if you wish.

作詞:八神純子 lyric by Junko Yagami
作曲:八神純子 Composed by Junko Yagami

ああ あなたを追って Aa, anata o otte
黄昏のBay City Tasogare no bay city
ああ めぐり逢えたら Aa, meguri aetara
黙って抱きとめて Damatte dakitome te
煙草の香り 冷えきったKiss Kemuri no kaori, hiekitta kiss
投げただけで あなたは消えた Nageta dake de, anata wa kieta
素直になれば つづいてた愛 Sunao ni nareba tuzuite ita ai
シーズン・オフの海は笑い Shi-zun ofu no umi wa warai
風が凍るわ Kaze ga kooru wa
こごえきった カモメみたいよ Kogoe kitta kamome mitai yo
黄昏のBay City Tasogare no bay city


ああ あなたの好きな港が暮れてゆく Aa, anata no sukina minato ga kurete yuku

若さはたぶん 見えないナイフ Wakasa wa tabun mienai naifu
もつれ合って 心が切れた Moture atte kokoro ga kireta
馬鹿ね今頃 愛が痛いの Bakane imagoro ai ga itai no
あなただけが この傷口 Anata dake ga kono kizuguchi
ふさげる男よ Fusageru hito yo


空が海を 抱くみたいに Sora ga umi o idaku mitai ni
愛し合えた奇跡を Aishi aeta kiseki o
もう一度だけ…もう一度だけ… Moichido dake, moichido dake….
幻でいい Maboroshi de ii

ああ あなたを追って Aa, anata o otte
黄昏のBay City Tasogare no bay city
ああ めぐり逢えたら Aa meguri aetara
黙って抱きとめて Damatte dakitomete

Photo by George Dolgikh @ Giftpundits.com on Pexels.com

ありがとう。

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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