Posted by: mizuno | May 10, 2010

Miso Soup (English Version) – Tegomass


Miso Soup (English version)
Tegomass

Just another same old day
Picking up the same old food
The dinner from the shelf

I got used to eating alone

Just by myself
But something makes me feel kind of tired

Another package arrived with a note
Asking if everything’s alright with me

Whenever I call you ask me if I am
Coming home for the New Year holiday

Miso soup, I feel your loving
Tender care, it’s always nice and hot
I’m always a kid, I’ll never be matured enough
Never ask for anything
You gave me all the love you had
All the love you gave me, Mom
Makes me want to see you again

Feel a little cold today
Nothing much better to do
Than just watch TV at home

I got used to being alone

Just by myself
But something makes me feel the loneliness

Still I see you in my, in my mind
With your head out the door, with the smile that’s so Mom

I always wonder if you’re doing fine
Maybe this is the year
The year that I should go home

Miso Soup, I still remember
It’s in my heart, when things are going tough
So I´d never get lost
You will always hold my hand
Never ask for anything
You were always there for me
Makes me come back to your smile

I’ll always be here for you

When you get tired of the life

‘Cause life in the city is not everything
Come back home anytime

Miso soup, I feel loving
Tender care, it’s always nice and hot
I’m always a kid, I’ll never be matured enough
Never ask for anything
You gave me all the love you had
All the love you gave me, Mom
Makes me want to see you again


Responses

  1. this song amuses me… i never expected tegomass will release this kind of song. i prefer their aiaigasa.


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