コペルニクス的転回 || Kopernikanische Wende

コペルニクス的転回
koperunikusu-teki tenkai
Kopernikanische Wende

Vocals: flower
Lyrics: Nanao
Composed by: Nanao
PV Release Date: 18 April 2020
Group: Teary Planet

Requested by: raineydayparade
Watch the official video on YouTube!

The title we’ve got up there is the official title. In English, it means something like ‘Copernican Revolution’.


澱みに浮かぶ泡沫のような
終わりのないこの閉塞で
いつまでも無力な自分を
ただ呪った

yodomi ni ukabu utakata no you na
owari no nai kono heisoku de
itsu made mo muryoku na jibun o
tada norotta

I was in an endless blockage that resembled bubbles
floating on top of sediment.
I just kept cursing
my powerless self.

壊れる度霞むその影は
面影の無い昏い眼差しで
「消えて無くなってくれ」と
また神を憎んだ

kowareru tabi kasumu sono kage wa
omokage no nai kurai manazashi de
“kiete naku natte kure” to
mata kami o nikunda

Those figures grew blurry each time they broke apart.
With dull, faceless gazes
“Vanish, disappear”
they detested God.

性懲りも無く蒸し返す夏の
茹だるような夜風のように
疾うに失った日々に
まだ縋ってた

shoukori mo naku mushikaesu natsu no
yudaru you na yokaze no you ni
tou ni ushinatta hibi ni
mada sugatteta

Like a boiling night breeze
blowing during a doggedly reheating summer
I still clung to days
which I had long lost.

欺瞞に満ちたその形相は
偽物だと疑わずに
苛虐な独我論をただ振りかざした

giman ni michita sono gyousou wa
nisemono da to utagawazu ni
kagyaku na dokugaron o tada furikazashita

With an expression filled with deceit,
they wielded cruel solipsism
without even doubting that it was a sham.

嘲笑う亡霊が
死灰に巣食うのは
戸惑いの類とか
そんな奇跡を願った

azawarau bourei ga
shikai ni sukuu no wa
tomadoi no kagui toka
sonna kiseki o negatta

The sneering ghosts
nested in the dead
due to a kind of bewilderment
or wishing for such a miracle.

繰り返し辿る愁いの瀬に
虚像と幻想の中で
惑い溺れているようだった
透明と群青に帯びた空も
今はもう嘘のように虚ろな色をしていた

kurikaeshi tadoru urei no se ni
kyozou to gensou no naka de
madoi oborete iru you datta
toumei to gunjou ni obita sora mo
ima mo mou uso no you ni utsuro na iro o shite ita

In the shoals of grief, which I continued to return to,
and among pretences and illusions
I seemed to continue to drown in illusions.
The sky, tinged with clarity and ultramarine,
also seemed to be coloured a false-looking emptiness.

「今更だ」なんて咽ぶ日々は
まるで解けない呪縛のように
いつまでも同じその後悔を
まだ恐れてた

“imasara da” nante musebu hibi wa
maru de tokenai jubaku no you ni
itsu made mo onaji sono koukai o
mada osoreteta

During days stifled by words like “it’s too late,”
it felt like an unbreakable curse.
I was always afraid
of the same regrets.

「結末が全てなんだ」と君は
描いていた理想論を
「出来損ないの茶番劇だ」って
ただ吐き捨てたんだ

“ketsumatsu ga subete nanda” to kimi wa
egaite ita risouron o
“dekisokonai no chabangeki da” tte
tada hakisuteta nda

“Results are everything,”
with that, you described an idealistic argument.
“This is a poorly-made farce,”
you just spat those words out.

連れ去った夏の日が
独り燻むのは
瞞しの類とか
そんな皮肉を訴う 

tsuresatta natsu no hi ga
hitori kusumu no wa
mayakashi no tagui toka
sonna hiniku o utau

I secluded myself away
during abducted summer days
because I was complaining about a kind of deception
or such cynicism.

流れて廻る賽の目に
宛も無い正義の中で
救いを求めているようだった
曖昧と境界に延びた夢も
今はもうただ怖くて
気付かない振りしていた

nagarete mawaru sai no me ni
ate mo nai seigi no naka de
sukui o motomete iru you datta
aimai to kyoukai ni nobita yume mo
ima wa mou tada kowakute
kidzukanai furi shite ita

In the eye of a die, cycling around,
and among aimless justice
I seemed to be seeking salvation.
Dreams extended through vagueness and boundaries
are just frightening now as well
so I pretended not to notice them.

知りたくなかった
でも気付いていたんだ

shiritaku nakatta
demo kidzuite ita nda

I didn’t want to know
and yet I realised it.

澱みに浮かぶ泡沫のような
終わりのないこの閉塞で
いつまでも無力な自分を
ただ呪った

yodomi ni ukabu utakata no you na
owari no nai kono heisoku de
itsu made mo muryoku na jibun o
tada norotta

I was in an endless blockage that resembled bubbles
floating on top of sediment.
I just kept cursing
my powerless self.

2 thoughts on “コペルニクス的転回 || Kopernikanische Wende

  1. raineydayparade September 24, 2020 / 10:53 am

    It’s cool when composers use foreign words in their titles 🙂

    Liked by 1 person

    • Releska September 24, 2020 / 11:44 am

      Very cool! It gives the song a really unique flair

      Like

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