A.B.C-Z 幸あれ Lyric Translation

「幸あれ」(sachi are) literally means “luck be with you”. This is a really lovely and motivating song about how we all have the strength to overcome the things in our lives and that Ebi are always here to support us ☺️

Original Japanese: Utaten

English Translation

 

Don’t say sad things like the world can’t change

But your future will become a little brighter so

 

On the days that you sweat, cry or feel ashamed

It doesn’t matter if you complain

I will be here to praise you

 

You have a big pair of wings so muster your courage and spread them wide

Even when you’re afraid I will raise the wind so

Take your time and ride it

Mistakes and failures are another piece towards success The night is sure to end soon

I feel like I will cry tears of happiness with you

For you who tries their hardest

I wish you luck in the future

 

You lie and say that you’re fine now but aren’t you trying too hard?

But you laughed and said “I’m ok because you worry for me”

 

The tears that streak your cheeks meddle with your sweat

It doesn’t matter if you fall down

I will always be your friend

 

There will always be footprints on the road That’s you doing your best

Even when you’re afraid I will be your wind so

Leap into my arms

The hidden effort and the hidden tears, so that you can smile in the end

If there is anything I can do

I’ll sing it here

Fly to the future

 

The wind is blowing against you but if you turn it around

It will become your tailwind Uh…

 

You have a big pair of wings so muster your courage and spread them wide

Even when you’re afraid I will raise the wind so

Take your time and ride it

Mistakes and failures are another piece towards success The night is sure to end soon

I feel like I will cry tears of happiness with you

For you who tries their hardest

I wish you luck in the future

 

I wish you luck in the future

 

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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