My R - Wada Takeaki

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2019-10-21 Ranked #97 This Week
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My R is a song by producer(s) Wada Takeaki and uses vocalist(s) Hatsune Miku. This song was first added to our tracker on Thursday July 4, 2019 and has been on our chart 5 times. It was discovered by VocaBot on the YouTube channel 和田たけあき.

When I was just about to take off
my shoes on the rooftop,
I found someone already there
before me—a girl with braided hair.
Despite myself, I called out to her:
“Hey, don’t do it.”
"My R" (translation by Hazuki no Yume)
The words just kind of slipped from my mouth.
It didn’t really matter to me either way.
It just didn’t sit right with me
that someone got there ahead of me.
The girl with braided hair told me her story—
the kind of story one probably has heard before.
“I thought we were meant for each other.
I just really wanted him to like me back.”
Are you kidding me?! The nerve you have
to get here before me for such a lame reason!
You’re upset because you can’t have what you want?
You’re lucky enough that you’ve never
had anything stolen from you!
“I feel better now that I’ve talked about it,”
the girl with braided hair said, and disappeared.
“All right, I’m gonna do it today,” I thought,
but just when I was about to take off my shoes,
I found a short girl there, and
I ended up calling out to her again.
The short girl told me,
about how lonely she feels in her class.
“Everyone ignores me. Everything’s stolen from me.
I don’t belong anywhere,” she said.
Are you kidding me?! The nerve you have
to get here before me for such a tame reason!
Despite all that, you’re still loved at home,
and there’s always dinner waiting for you, right?
“I’m hungry,” the short girl cried, and disappeared.
Just like that, I spoke to a few of them
and talked them out of it,
while I myself can’t share my pains with anyone.
For the first time, I’ve found a girl who
has the same kind of problems as me.
I met this girl wearing a yellow cardigan
after I’ve seen a few of them.
“I came here, hoping to erase the bruises that keep
increasing every time I come home,” she said.
The words just kind of slipped from my mouth
It didn’t really matter to me either way.
But I ended up saying to her something
even I myself didn’t quite believe in:
“Hey, just don’t do it.”
Aah, what should I do? I can’t stop this girl.
I don’t have the right to stop her.
But even so, just go away from here.
It’s too painful for me to look at you.
“I won’t do it today, then,” she said as
she dropped her gaze, and disappeared.
There’s no one here today. It’s just me, myself and I.
No one can get in my way.
No one would get in my way for me.
Taking off my cardigan, unbraiding my hair,
this short girl is going to jump now.