The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Theme Song – Yasashii Boukyaku

A Tender Oblivion
Vocals: Chihara Minori
Lyrics: Hata Aki
Composition: Ito Masumi
Arrangement: Nijine
Original Lyrics: Tanigawa Nagaru

What do you desire?
I ask
You didn’t lie about how you didn’t need anything

Even in a vanishing world
There’s a place for me
Even though I don’t know it

My confined consciousness
ties time together
and repeatedly wishes
that until we meet again, please don’t forget

Within the days that come around
is what remains in me
a memory, or is it oblivion?

Before long, in the world
Slumber will visit
and each of us will return to our respective tomorrows

At the door where I see off
The future chosen by you
Even if your wish is fulfilled
Please don’t forget, please don’t forget

Even in a vanishing world
There’s a place for me
Even though I don’t know it
Until I recall it…


Yasashii Boukyaku
Vocals: Chihara Minori

Nozomu koto wa nani?
Watashi ga toikakeru
Nani mo iranai   uso de wa nakatta

Kieru sekai ni mo
Watashi no basho ga aru
Sore o shiranai   jibun de sae mo

Tojikometa ishiki wa
Toki o musubi
Negai o kurikaesu
Mata au made   wasurenaide

Meguru hibi no naka
Watashi ni nokoru no wa
Kioku sore to mo   boukyaku darou ka

Yagate sekai ni wa
Nemuri ga otozurete
Hitori hitori no   ashita ni kaeru

Erabareta mirai o
Miokuru tobira
Negai ga kanatte mo
Wasurenaide   wasurenaide

Kieru sekai ni mo
Watashi no basho ga aru
Sore o shiranai   jibun de sae mo
Omoidasu made wa…

5 responses to “The Disappearance of Haruhi Suzumiya Theme Song – Yasashii Boukyaku

  1. thank chu so much for uploading x3333
    love the song x333

  2. thx for the lyric
    i really like the song

  3. thank u so much for sharing and with english translation as well, or else it’s only words with no meaning will stay in my mind

    thanks once again, a merry christmas and happy 2011 to u

    take care

  4. hey.. thanks bro. loved this post. loved the song.

  5. I can’t believe the author of the original novel wrote the lyrics! That’s amazing. Thanks for the great translation. :3

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