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Soran Happys to Neko Hiroshi - Odore! Soran Para Para

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october
Posted: Nov 06, 2007 1:14 am Reply with quote
大好きだよ。 大好きだよ。
Joined: 08 Oct 2007 Posts: 266 Location: America

踊れ!ソーラン パラパラ - Dance! Soran Para Para -

Japanese:

ラッセーラ!

※ヤーレンソーラン ソーランソーラン
ソーランソーラン(ハイハイハイハイ)

我等友情永遠不滅
泣くし笑うし本気魂

ラッセーラ ラッセーラ ソーラン ソーラン

以心伝心愛羅武勇
アゲテハジケテ猫魂

ラッセーラ ラッセーラ ソーラン ソーラン

Everybody say!! 声合わせ ラッセーラ!
ハー ラッセーラ!ラッセーラ
Everybody dance!! 手を上げて ハー ラッセーラ!

(※くり返し)

Everybody say!! 声合わせ ラッセーラ!
ハー ラッセーラ!ラッセーラ
Everybody dance!! 手を上げて ハー ラッセーラ!

ヤーレンソーラン ソーランソーラン
ソーランソーラン(ハイハイハイハイ)

(※くり返し)




Romaji:

Rassera!

*yaaren soran soran soran
soran soran (hai hai hai hai)

warera yuujou eien fumetsu
naku shi warau shi maji damashii

rassera rassera soran soran

ishin denshin ai ra buyuu
agete hajikete neko damashii

rassera rassera soran soran

Everybody say!! koe awase rassera!
haa rassera! rassera!
Everybody dance!! te wo agete
haa rassera!

(sore sore!)

(*kurikaeshi)

Everybody say!! koe awase rassera!
haa rassera rassera!
Everybody dance!! te wo agete
haa rassera!

yaaren soran soran soran
soran soran (hai hai hai hai)
yaaren soran soran soran
soran soran (hai hai hai hai)

(*kurikaeshi)




English:

*yaaren soran soran soran
soran soran (hai hai hai hai)

Our friendship is eternal
Laughing and crying, that's real spirit

rassera rassera soran soran

Mutual understanding, I love you
Come out and rise, cat spirit

Everybody say!! join your voices rassera!
haa rassera! rassera!
Everybody dance!! raise your hands
haa rassera!

(bombs away!)

(*repeat)

Everybody say!! join your voices rassera!
haa rassera! rassera!
Everybody dance!! raise your hands
haa rassera!

yaaren soran soran soran
soran soran (hai hai hai hai)

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This is my first translating things so I tried to pick a simple song but I'm still really bad ><
Sorry if there are mistakes. '愛羅武勇 ' sort of confuses me, because the last two characters can mean "bravery" and the first can mean "love", but I don't know the second, and altogether I've heard that it's slang for "I love you". So because of that and since it's pronounced "ai ra buyuu", I just translated as "I love you".
 
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