Gomenasai

Album: Dangerous And Moving (2005)
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  • What I thought wasn't mine
    In the light
    Was one of a kind,
    A precious pearl

    When I wanted to cry
    I couldn't cause I
    Wasn't allowed

    Gomen nasai for everything
    Gomen nasai, I know I let you down
    Gomen nasai till the end
    I never needed a friend
    Like I do now

    What I thought wasn't all
    So innocent
    Was a delicate doll
    Of porcelain

    When I wanted to call you
    And ask you for help
    I stopped myself

    Gomen nasai for everything
    Gomen nasai, I know I let you down
    Gomen nasai till the end
    I never needed a friend
    Like I do now

    What I thought was a dream
    A mirage
    Was as real as it seemed
    A privilege

    When I wanted to tell you
    I made a mistake
    I walked away

    Gomen nasai, for everything
    Gomen nasai-3x
    I never needed a friend
    Like I do now

    Gomen nasai, I let you down
    Gomen nasai, Gomen nasai
    Gomen nasai till the end
    I never needed a friend
    Like I do now Writer/s: MARTIN KIERSZENBAUM
    Publisher: Universal Music Publishing Group
    Lyrics licensed and provided by LyricFind

Comments: 2

  • Marek from Olsztyn,its small mistake - should be ごめんなさい gomennasai. But song its really cool.
  • Evie from Farmington, NmGomenasai means 'I'm sorry' in japanese. So obviously by the title, they were singing about being sorry for all their mistakes, or anything that other people have done wrong.
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