A.B.C-Z Iine! Lyric Translation

「いいね!」(iine) means “That looks great!” and is what Japanese people often say when checking photos they’ve just taken 📸

Original Japanese: j-lyric


English Translation


Doo doo doo… Looks great!


Wandering around town on a date, looking around for a nice things

You’re going out with me and I’m madly in love

I hope that you notice me too

You’re wrapped up in your phone Instead of your friends

Look at me who’s right in front of you I guess it can’t be helped!


Hey, hey, look at this Hey, hey isn’t this parfait cute?

You say these kinds of things so can’t you enjoy me too?


✩ 1, 2, 3 Say cheese! That’s a great face You’re the most photogenic person I know

Click click That’s a great smile!

I’d rather take a photo of the two of us together than of some scenic view

It’s embarrassing but I think we look great!


That’s a great smile!


Yeah Ah so sexy good girl


You’ve got a fun look in your sparkling eyes My heart races unexpectedly

You’re having a great time and I can’t help being captivated by you

I let myself look a little longer

I look at you faster than the speed of Wi-Fi

I can’t stop these feelings They’re doing me a concern!


Hey, hey, look at this Hey, hey this is my heart

If I said something like this you’ll be sure to laugh at me, right?


★Photo op! Your face is staring bored at the screen

Look over here That’s a good girl!

The photos I take of you are better than any selfie

Here you can use this one as your icon!


That’s a great smile!


Our memories begin to pile up

The time we spend together, past, present, future

Messing around together, laughing together

So that I don’t forget these days

I look back at the photos we took when we fought to commemorate making up with smiles and peace signs

The two of us look great together!

Look over here


✩ Repeat

★ Repeat


Doo doo doo… Looks great!

Doo doo doo… Looks great!


Author: Claire

Almost 30-year-old Australian. I've been in love with JE idols for 10 years now. Started with Arashi, moved on to JUMP and recently I've fallen in love with Ebi. I started studying Japanese with a tutor after I graduated university, and have been teaching myself ever since. I lived in the Japanese countryside and taught English at primary and middle school for two years. Currently back in Australia, working as a speech therapist and am about to get married~!

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