Sunday 80’s J-POP (Japanese Pops) – Natsu No Owari No Harmony (夏の終わりのハーモニー) by Kouji Tamaki (Anzen Chitai) and Yosui Inoue

Yasashisa ni Tsutsumareta nara

The Sunday J-pop time again! Today’s song called 「Natsu No Owari No Harmoney」by Kouji Tamakiand Yosui Inoue. Kouji Tmaki composed its song and Yosui Inoue wrote its lyrics.

Two major talented musicians duet is something rare to watch. This song makes me so gentle and kind. The harmony at the end of Summer. Both of us agree to end this romance but no hard feeling. Because I love that person, we decide to go separate way wishing the other half’s happiness. That is what I can feel from this song.

Hope you like it.

Lyrics

Natsu No Owari No Harmony (夏の終りのハーモニー)

Song by Anzen Chitai and Yōsui Inoue

With today’s whisper
今日のささやきと

Yesterday’s fighting voice
昨日の争う声が

Harmony of love only for two people
二人だけの恋のハーモニー

Dreams and longing
夢もあこがれも

Something is different
どこか違ってるけど

That is the harmony between me and you
それが僕と君のハーモニー

Just wander the night sky
夜空をたださまようだけ

Because I like you more than anyone
誰よりもあなたが好きだから

A wonderful dream
ステキな夢 あこがれを

Don’t forget forever
いつまでも ずっと 忘れずに

Tonight’s farewell
今夜のお別れに

The last two songs
最後の二人の歌は

Harmony to decorate summer nights
夏の夜を飾るハーモニー

Just wander the night sky
夜空をたださまようだけ

Shaking between the stardust
星屑のあいだをゆれながら

Two people’s dream longing
二人の夢 あこがれを

Forever and forever in memory
いつまでも ずっと 想い出に

Midsummer dream longing
真夏の夢 あこがれを

Don’t forget forever
いつまでも ずっと 忘れずに

Source: LyricFind

Songwriters: Kouji Tamaki / Yosui Inoue

Natsu No Owari No Harmony lyrics © Universal Music Publishing Group

Photo by Marcus Wu00f6ckel on Pexels.com

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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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