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S.r.a.r

by Aza

We met the wall to go over and saw the true colors of the earth.
Genre: Pop: Japanese Pop
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azaの来た道

60年代、新天地のパワーにすがった。
70年代、歴史と伝統に自由と平等の戦いを見た。
80年代、エコノミーに野性を感じた。
90年代、世紀の孤独を知った。
2000年代、社会の無力さにゆきあたった。
2010年代、人々は、地球の真の姿と人間の越えるべき壁に出逢った。

「大人になるってどーいうこと?」
azaは、これはトンネルだ、と思っている。
毎朝、通勤の時に通る、峠のトンネルだと。
いつか抜けられるし、その先を変えるカギは、自分自身にあると歌う。

長いドライヴになりそうだが、降りるわけにも行かない。
そう、誰一人として。

2013.1.吉日 野々穂積

aza road

The '60s, we hung on the power of the new world.
The '70s, watched the fight of the freedom and the equality on the history and tradition.
The '80s, felt the wild nature on economy.
The '90s, knew the loneliness of the century.
The '00s, ran into the forceless society.
The '10s, we met the wall to go over and saw the true colors of the earth.

"What does the growing to manhood mean?"
aza supposes this is the ridge tunnel that
she passes to attend her office everyday.
she sings that the exit can be changed someday and
she has the magic key in herself.

It looks a long drive, but I can never get off.
So, anyone never.

2013.January Nono Corney


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