Cover Me – Depeche Mode 日本語翻訳

Happy 2018 everyone!

2017 became a pretty busy year for me in the end. With Driving school, work, volunteer Eikaiwa teaching and visiting home.. I didn’t really have much time for personal projects..

Except one opportunity sprung itself upon me and I was so so happy! The Depeche Mode official Facebook page is currently in the middle of the Fan Takeover.. and I was chosen last year! I made a few posts with illustrations I had made and shared my stories. One of them was an illustration of “Cover Me“, and I actually attempted to translate it into Japanese and overlay the text on the image.

It’s a good way to study I think! So I thought I’d share that translation with you.

What do you think? 🙂

I’ve felt better

I’ve been up all night

I can feel it coming

The morning light

 

The air is so cold here

It’s so hard to breathe

We better take cover

Will you cover me?

 

Way up here in the Northern Lights

Beyond you and me

I dreamt of us in another life

One we’ve never reached

 

You know we’re sinking

We could fade away

I’m not going down

Not today

 

The air is so cold here

Too cold to see

We have to take cover

Cover me

 

Way up here with the Northern Lights

Beyond these broken bars

I pictured us in another life

Where we’re all super stars

気分が良くない

徹夜しられた

朝の光が来ると感じることができる

 

 

ここは空気は寒すぎだ

呼吸にくい

私たちは伏せるべきです

君は私を守りしますか

 

高いのオローラの中でここまで

私たちから遠い

今までになかった人生で私たちを夢を見ていました

 

沈んでいることをしって

私たち消えるかもしれない

諦めないよ

ずっと諦めない。

 

ここは空気は寒すぎだ

見るのが寒すぎだ

伏せらなければならない

私を守って

 

高いのオローラの中でここまで

壊れたケージから開放された

私は別の人生で有名になるを想像した

 

 

 

 

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JLPT N3に合格する私の計画!ファイト!

七月のJLPT N4の結果はまだ知らないけど今からN3を勉強始めたばかりよ!
今私はすごく真面目の気分があるなぜなら私の未来の夢仕事はすぐに来ます。

毎日の計画は:
1。漢字を暗記する (Memriseのアプリで)
2。11の漢字を書きます
3。3の新しい文法点を習いますと
4。毎日少し日本語で書くと話す。

 

よく間違うを出来ますけどいつも頑張ります!

今、N3の本がないだからYoutubeで日本語の森チャネルを見る!
このチャネルの先生は日本語でだけ教えます。でも、説明は簡単な日本語を使いますから分かりやすい。今朝、見たばかりそして私は全部分かったー本当にびっくりします!

本当にこのチャンネルをお勧めします!

みんな、日本語検定を日本の試験のために勉強していますか?

頑張ってね!

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久しぶりね!

みんなさん、こんにちは! 久しぶりです~

元気ですか? 最近私は本当に本当に忙しかったけど、毎日嬉しです!

今月、JLPT N4を受けた。今回、テストは大丈夫です!大体分かっただから、多分合格します!

だから、最後のポスト以来私は毎日勉強したとか仕事を頑張った。

今から、もっと暇がある!

面白いポストを書きたい。

ああー Twitterを使いますか?  私にフォローお願いします! 「rebelriotori」です!

 

じゃ~、新しいポストを書きます。。またね!

 

(Hey everyone, long time no see! 

Are you well? Recently I have been really, really busy but happy every day! This month I took the JLPT N4. This time, I understood most of it so maybe I will pass. So up until this post I have been studying and working hard every day. From now I have more free time! I want to write some interesting posts again.

Oh! Do you use Twitter? Please follow me! I’m rebelriotori.

Righty, I’m going to write a new post! See you!)

Japan, Illustrated: Don’t Drink and Drive!

wp-1488590667388.jpgMuch like back home, driving whilst under the influence is a big offence and one which will cost you your career! So, it’s taken very seriously and lots of campaigns have been initiated to remind people not to forget.

My school asked me to create the illustration for their “I’m not drinking!” badges to be used at our major school party. It was such an honour to see lots of people wearing my design! ❤

Japan, illustrated: Kotatsu

Winter is particularly cold in Japan, and although it isn’t much different to the UK it is difficult because you feel it constantly.. The buildings aren’t typically insulated (especially not my jutaku!) and the windows aren’t double-glazed. So whatever the temperature is outside, you can guarantee the inside of my house is about the same!

That’s where “kotatsu” become a joy. Kotatsu are tables which have a heater underneath, and a removable table top which sandwiches a thick, snuggly blanket under it and the table structure to keep the heat in. It is such a pleasure in winter to sit under the kotatsu and keep warm.

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An Ode to the Jutaku

Aha. Long time no… write? Oh dear it’s almost been two months since I posted on here. I did have a wonderfully busy (and very cold) two months over December and January. My boyfriend was able to visit over the Christmas and New Year period, which was lovely! Lots of time was spent huddling under the kotatsu in my poorly insulated jutaku.. which was charming in it’s own way but so cold I feared I’d lose my tootsies. But I have decided my favourite thing (does it count as an appliance? It’s a weird hybrid I guess) is my kotatsu.

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