Sunday J-POP (Japanese Pop) — 何もいらない (Don’t Need Anything) Nani mo Iranai By Ryusenkei (流線形) & Atsuko Hiyajo (比屋定篤子)

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

The Sunday J-pop time again! An it is a sunny day wow!

Today’s song is called [Nani mo Iranai/Don’t need anything] which was released in 2009. I think the sound is smooth and relaxing. It’s Jazzy sound makes me feel like dancing a bit at the same time it makes me just lying down on my bed and relax. It is a perfect for chilling out on Sunday afternoon.

She sings that she does not need anything if there is sky. Under the circumstance, what it has been happening last few years, I do not need anything as long as I have a good health, food and music. (At least for now. )

The Japanese lyrics and my English translation

[ヴァース 1] Verse 1
来るときを 飲みほして – Drink up the time come
荒れ果てた 悲しみの – of which desolate sadness

[ヴァース 2] Verse 2
全てはみな さかさまの – Everything is upside down
初めから 繰り返し – repeats from the beginning

[コーラス] Chorus
閉じ込めたい 全てを鏡の中 – want to lock everything in a mirror
その向こう 広がる – Spread beyond that
空があったら 何もいらない Don’t need anything if there is sky

[ソロ] Solo

[コーラス] Chorus
閉じ込めたい 全てを鏡の中 – want to luck everything in a mirror
その向こう 広がる – Spread beyond that
空があったら 何もいらない – Don’t need anything if there is sky

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

新年明けましておめでとう。

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

Hope you enjoy the song. What is it for you to must have then you do not need anything else? Thank you for stopping by.

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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