ははうさぎ || Mother Rabbit

ははうさぎ
haha usagi
Mother Rabbit

Vocals: あよ (Ayo)
Lyrics: ジョイフル (Joyful)
Arranged by: kaztora, かめ (Kame)
Album: Synchro 3 (シンクロ3) 【Official Site】
Circle: ShinRa-Bansho (森羅万象)
Event: C95
Original Themes: –The Reversed Wheel of Fortune [逆転するホイールオブフォーチュン]
Reverse Ideology [リバースイデオロギー]

(非公式の)英訳だけです。申し訳ありません。

Requested by: Repudiator

This is definitely one of the standout tracks of the album, in my opinion. The music is so emotional, and the lyrics are just dripping with emotion, too. There are a lot of references to wildlife – the crow and the heron are fairly obvious, but I wonder who the rabbits are…?


Do you remember? You, as you are now, were born
in a world that was still a bit lonely and pristine.
(1) (2)
Like arrows, you fired the first cries reverberating through your heart. They were your inexpressible feelings.
Ever so weak, you made the one whose fingers you grasped notice.

You and I stood side by side. I wanted to be with you forever.
Yes—beneath the moonlight, the ‘rabbits’ were smiling. They gently kissed.

You were crying all alone. You looked so innocent. I did the best I could do to comfort you.
There are so many memories and shining stars. For being by my side, for being born—thank you, truly.

I thought things would stay like this forever
but as time passed, we began to misunderstand each other.

You were a contrarian. And like that, we got separated.
On the moon, a ‘rabbit’ was… ah… so lonely. They sealed their words away.

You, in that impure place, continued to live contrarily. (3)
You became utterly corrupted.

Even so, isn’t that okay? You know, what’s important
is that you live while being true to yourself.
(4)

And thus, the two met again in this world. They spent their time together wordlessly. (2)
But, well… “Yeah, I don’t hate you.” Somewhere beneath the moon, look! The ‘rabbit’ is smiling.

The beautiful heron stands among impurity. I will walk with you as far as I am able. (5)
As two birds, we will look up at the full moon then take off.
For being born, and for meeting me—thank you, truly.


(1) The first line is written differently in the booklet compared to how it’s sung.
静寂とまだ穢れなき (quiet and pristine) is written, but 少し寂しいまだ穢れなき (a bit lonely and pristine) is sung.
(2) 地上 (chijou – the surface) is written, but 世界 (sekai – world) is sung.
(3) 地上 (chijou – the surface) is written, but 場所 (basho – place) is sung.
(4) 烏らしく (karasu rashiku – like a raven) is written, but 君らしく (kimi rashiku – true to yourself/like yourself) is sung.
(5) 烏 (karasu – raven) is written, but 君 (kimi – you) is sung.

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