Stereopony – Hanbunko PV (2010.02.17)



  Stereopony – Hanbunko PV (2010.02.17)

Stereopony

It’s Stereopony‘s (L to R) NOHANA (Bass), AIMI (Guitar n Vocal) and SHIHO (Drum) back with their latest single, Hanbunko ! ( due for release on the 17th of Feb 2010 ) – below is a radio rip of Hanbunko for youse that might want to hear some greatness 😉

Tracklist would be :
01. Hanbunko
02. Cherry my…
03. Dreamin’
04. Hanbunko ~instrumental~

Pre order the Normal Edition of Hanbunko or if you have some spare coins, you can get the Limited Edition of Hanbunko which contains a DVD as well ! Don’t you just love watching them in full HD ? … also while we’re here, I just want to say NOHANA <3 lol.. just love girls with bass ( and drums, and guitars, and swords, and so on and so on ) Lets just hope this one can top Hitohira no Hanabira, Namida no Mukou, or Tsukiakari no Michishirube! ( ok, maybe not latter, its too awesome to top )

Lyrics ( Romaji )
Hanbunko shita ai no kakera wo
Ima demo mada motemasuka

Dokoka de onaji kuuki wo sute
Dokoka de onaji koto wo kangaete
Dokoka ni tsunagaru michi wo aruki
Dokoka ni onaji suki wo miru

Doushite ano toki anata ni
Nani mo tsutaerarenai katandarou ?
Doushite ano toki anata dou
“Sayonara”-shite shimattandarou ?

Taiyou ga nobori kiru mae ni
Anata wo dakishimeteitai
Tsuki ga yami wo mikobu mae ni
Anata wo dakishimeteitai

~ chorus ~
Hanbunko shita ai no kakera wo
Ima demo mada motemasuka ( x2 )

Futari de aruita machi nami
Futari de kawasu hajimete no KISSU
Futari de nemuru yume no naka
Futari de utau koi no uta

Futari de eranda KAPPU ya
Futari de warau furui shasshin
Futari de kawashite yakusoku
Anata mo wasurete kana

Anata no nukumori kieteku mae ni
Mou ichido dakishimeteitai
Anata no niyoi kieteku mae ni
Mou ichido dakishimeteitai

~ chorus ~
Hanbunko shita omoide tachi wo
Ima demo mada oboetemasuka
Hanbunko shita anata wo kokoro
Mada motte te mo iidesuka ?

[ instrumental break ]

Mou iya akirameyou to
Atama ja wakatteiruno ni
Kono te ga mimi ga kuchibiru ga
Anata no kakera sagashiteru
aitakute…. aitakute~

~ chorus ~
Hanbunko shita ai no kakera wo
Ima demo mada motemasuka ( x6 )

O tsubu no shio karai
Namida ga afuretekuru hodo
Anata wo aishiteru
Anata wo aishiteru

CREDIT: JPOPMUSIC

Lyrics ( Translation )
Even now, do you still have
the piece of love that was split in half?

Somewhere, breathing the same air
Somewhere, thinking the same thing
Somewhere, walking on a road that connects
Somewhere, looking at the same moon

Why, at that time,
couldn’t I tell you anything, I wonder
Why, at that time,
did I say goodbye to you, I wonder

Before the sun rises,
I want to be embracing you
Before the moon is swallowed by the darkness,
I want to be embracing you

~ chorus ~
Even now, do you still have
the piece of love that was split in half? ( x2 )

The streets we walked together
The first kiss we exchange
In the dreams we dream when sleeping together
The love songs we sing together

The cup we chose together
The old photographs in which we laugh together
The promises we exchanged
Maybe you’ve already forgotten them

Before your warmth disappears,
I want to be embracing you once more
Before your scent disappears,
I want to be embracing you once more

~ chorus ~
Even now, do you still remember
the memories that were split in half?
Is it still all right for me to have
your heart that was split in half?

[ instrumental break ]

“Enough already, I should give up”
Even though I know that in my head
These hands, ears and lips are
searching for pieces of you
I want to meet you… I want to meet you~

~ chorus ~
Even now, do you still have
the piece of love that was split in half? ( x6 )

So much so that large drops of
salty tears overflow,
I’m loving you
I’m loving you ( x2 )

Translation thanks to Yumi!!

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Written by Kevin Mario

posted on February 4, 2010 at 4:13 am
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