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Ever Youth Roadshow
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Name
エバーユースロードショー
Ebā Yūsu Rōdoshō
Ever Youth Roadshow
Song Information
Jin
Ayano Tateyama or Snake of Retaining Eyes
Mai Nakahara
Mekakucity Reload
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Ever Youth Roadshow (エバーユースロードショー Ebā Yūsu Rōdoshō) is the first track featured on the album Mekakucity Reload.



Background


It features either Ayano Tateyama or the Snake of Retaining Eyes talking. The context of the lines bringing up rain would suggest to be the latter, but there is no confirmation from an official source at the present moment.


Jin's Comment


❞To you who used to hate ‘adults’ and you who are no longer ‘children’. Suddenly, and also dramatically, we encounter ‘stories’ by chance. Those are emotional episodes that stem from everyday life, as well as experiences of fear that seem to invite the listener into something extraordinary. In a sense, rumors that paint everything as fictitious and all sorts of ‘stories’ never stop attracting our minds, no matter the era. Amongst the ‘stories’ that this world is filled with, there was one ‘summer story’ about certain boys and girls who were settled as main characters. The tale of their youth is tinted sometimes faint, sometimes vivid. By all means, I would like you who are still a child even now and you who have already become an adult to be dyed in a choking ‘blue’.❞[1]


Lyrics & Translation



夕映えの向こう
今も浮かぶ景色がある

にわか雨の音に
思い出せない言葉がある

こうしてまた出会えたんだ
どうせならあの日あの時話せなかった

夏の終わりの話をしよう。



(Unofficial Translation)

Beyond the evening sunset,
there’s a sight that comes to mind even now.

At the sounds of sudden rain,
there are words that I can’t remember.

We have met again like this.

While we’re at it, let’s talk about what we couldn’t at that time,
on that day…

Let’s talk about the end of summer.[2]

References


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