Song title: 桜花繚乱 Filled with Full-Bloomed Cherry Blossoms Romaji title:[Ouka ryouran] Music and lyrics written, and voice edited by マチゲリータP(Machigerita-P) Guitar by NANA Singers: 鏡音凛 [Rin Kagamine] Language: Old Japanese
The spring breeze brings fragrance to the sleeveｓ of brocade on the way in a shower of cherry blossoms What touches the tip of the finger is the voluptuous body without a stitch of clothing
Honeydews of the cherry blossoms make me feel it's immoral What touches the tip of the finger is the voluptuous melancholy body of the blossoms in the reality I cry aloud. Where is blueness of the sky? Fair pale red-orange they bloom
"The broken love is like a falling blossom”
Lambently, flutteringly, by the time when the cherry blossoms fall I make a promise of love and devote myself to you. I gaze this transient world, losing myself in thought
Lambently, flutteringly, by the time when the cherry blossom dances in the wind Farewell to love that is to be gone waftly
The cherry blossoms, the cherry blossoms, it's a sad fate Cherry blossoms, the cherry blossoms, ah, the cherry blossoms dancing in the wind
The broken love will keep on blooming in all its glory even it falls apart like a falling blossom.
Lalala, lalala, ah, a sad song Ah, the recollective light of the days passed away
Cherry blossoms, Cherry blossoms, ah, a sad song It's to be shined by the light of garden lantern
It's fading in the days of happiness Ah, it's a song that is to melt into the cold snow
It should be in the mask that breaks down and fall where a nightmare would pass, but…
Lambently, flutteringly, the cherry blossoms dance in the wind and falls. Farewell to the way where you are to fall and die
Lambently, flutteringly, cherry blossoms dance in the wind and fall Under the cherry tree it's gone with the last breath
The cherry blossoms, the cherry blossoms, the lives that are to fall and die The cherry blossoms, the cherry blossoms, ah, the ruddily falling cherry blossoms
Romaji lyrics (translated by Blacksaingrain)
Harukaze kaoru nishiki no sode ni sakura-fubuki no susabu michi Yubisaki fureru wa tsuyayakana isshi matowanu sono sugata
Higagoto oboyu sakura no mitsu ni yukuw wa shirazu mo susabu michi Yubisaki fureru wa tsuyayakana ibusesh utsutsu no hana no sama
Ne wo naku sora no aosa wa doko ka? Irozuku hanabira no iro hitotsu Niou daidai irozuite
"Kowashi omoi wa, sange no youni"
Harari hirari sakura chiru koro Kigiri kashizuku nagamu ukiyo wa
Harari hirari sakura mau koro Omoi chiriyuku fuwari sayonara
Sakura Sakura kanashiki sadame Sakura Sakura kaze ni mau sakura yo
Kowareshi omoi wa sange no youni chiritemo nao saki hokoru no dearou
Rarara rarara kanashiki uta yo Sugishi hibi eno tsuioku no hi yo
Sakura Sakura kanashiki uta yo Tourou no hi ni terasareteiru
Shiawasena hibi ni kieteyuku Tsumetai yuki ni tokeyuku uta yo Kuzure ochiru kamen no naka ni Akumu ga tooru hazu no tokoroga...
Yurari hirari sakura maichiru Anata chiriyuku michi ni sayonara
Yurari hirari sakura maichiru Saigo ni kieta sakura no shita de
Sakura Sakura chiriyuku inochi Sakura Sakura akaku chiru sakura yo
[Description] Japanese have used natural phenomenon, fauna and flora to express their feelings and situations they were in when they wrote the poems/waka, instead of openly showing them. We can still see it in the modern Japanese pop music, and what they symbolize make the lyrics more abstract but more meanful. The cherry blossom (Sakura) is a special flower for Japanese. Since 8th century, the cherry blossom has been written in poems and songs and was loved so much that the word 花,hana(flower/blossom) became to commonly mean "the cherry blossom". The cherry blossom was the most beloved flower because of it beauty and also of its very short life, as it only lasts for about a week after they bloomed to the utmost .There are several things the cherry blossom symbolizes in Japan and especially Man's fugacious life, love or woman's beauty was often identified with lives of the cherry blossom. Though it has religious backgrounds of Buddism, the way of using it is a bit similar to an English saying "Women are as roses, whose fairflower being once displayed, doth fall that very hour"
*Some classic Japanese words carries different meanings from those of modern 匂ふ(におう/におふ): classically means bloom 鬱悒し（いぶせし）: melancholy 嘘（僻事/ひがごと）: classically means immoral 思ゆ(覚ゆ/おぼゆ): means feelor think 契る（ちぎる）: meansmake a promise, and also make love classically 眺む(nagamu): to gaze something abstractedly, losing oneself in thought
*Some of old Japanese hiragana are pronouced diffrently. For instance, ひhi, ふfu, へhe, ほho, will be i, u, e, o.