Himawari – Miho Fukuhara

 

I was a child when I planted the sunflower seed
And chased after you as you ran, calling out your name with joy

Small petals in a straw hat
You stuffed in a lot of them and gave it to me

The wind laughed, you laughed

I want to see you forever and ever
You searched for a piece of that star I loved
I’ll think lovingly of you forever and ever
I reach out my hand to a distant fleeting dream

Since then, summer’s come and gone, the flowers bloomed and wilted
I had my share of trivial loves and shed many tears

After the festival I looked up at the fireworks
They’re blooming in the sky this summer again

I want to see you forever and ever
My crybaby silhouette remains the same
I’ve been searching for you forever and ever
I reach out my hand to a distant fleeting dream

Though others have forgotten your name
I’m still here calling it out
The world still turns without you
For me, there is only one “tomorrow”

I want to see you forever and ever
I want to show you all the light I’ve seen
Will you laugh when you see how grown up I’ve become?
I reach out my hand to a distant fleeting dream

I reach out my hand to a distant fleeting dream

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