Lake of Moonlight

Album art.
Album art.

Lake of Moonlight

Vocals: かなえゆめ (Kanae Yume)
Lyrics: きなぎくしな (Kinagiku Shina)
Arranged by: nmk
Album: Kaze Hafuri Ren Aika (風祝恋哀歌)
Circle: DTXFiles.nmk
Event: Reitaisai 8 [RTS8]
Original theme: The Primal Scene of Japan the Girl Saw [少女が見た日本の原風景]

Requested by: Miracle in Gensokyo
Watch the official video on NicoNico!

It seems like there’s a longer version of this song featured in the album, but I’ve only translated the song’s video form here.




夢のなか目覚めたくない だから

耳に響いた 言葉(ありがとう)
風が運んだ 絆(でもごめん)


noukon ni haeru tsuki
kirei da ne

michi ni mayotta toki mo
atta keredo

itsu datte yureru minamo wo mita
yume no naka mezametakunai dakara

mimi ni hibiita kotoba (arigatou)
kaze ga hakonda kizuna (demo gomen)
mori wo tsutsunda kimochi (aishiteru)
anata ni okuru egao


The moon, shining in the dark blue sky,
Is so pretty…

Though there were times
When we went astray,
I don’t want to leave you…

I could always see the rippling surface of the lake.
I don’t want to wake up from this dream, so…

Words echoed in my ears. (Thank you…)
The wind carried our bonds. (But I’m sorry.)
Feelings covered the forest. (I love you…)
I smile at you…


  1. Hello. Thank you for your translation.

    The caption of the PV says there is a longer version of this song.
    I found the album at melonbooks but couldn’t check the length.
    ▼ 風祝恋哀歌-カゼハフリレンアイカー【DTXFiles.nmk】をダウンロード – メロンブックス DL

    > 森を包んだ気持ち
    > Feelings were covered by the forest.

    If we read it literally, what covers is “Feelings” not “the forest”.
    It might mean the strong feelings changes the whole forest to the place where they can meet again and give smiles. I went too spiritual haha.

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