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下記洋楽の和訳を教えてください。 She stood there And said goodbye, I thought was gonna cry Instead I shocked us both and threw up. Well it was not a pretty sight 'Cuz she was all dressed in white But who would've thought I would throw up It was love, love, love That broke our hearts It was love, love, love That drove us nuts It was love, love, love That kept us up all night She had meant the world to me She was smart and funny and could sing Not as if that should mean a thing She also had a super ass And I loved her family Especially the dad You know I couldn't wait To call him Dad Well everyone we loved was there Sitting in (?)and folding chairs Anxiously awaiting the aisle As the organ, it began to pump The famous tune, pedum dedum Well everyone was staring down the aisle It was love, love, love That broke our hearts It was love, love, love That drove us nuts It was love, love, love That kept us up all night (whoa-a all night) Who knew, right then my bride to be Would be leaving me I thought that this only happened in the movies But isn't life just like this, A bunch of roses that smell like shit And though we see the pricks We still get pricked. So live life to its fullest each day 'Cuz there are no rules or guarantees Don't worry 'bout tomorrow Don't even worry 'bout today

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彼女が体を動かすことはなかった そしてさよならと言っていた 泣きそうな気がした 彼女と僕自身を驚かせて 諦めましたとは言えなかった 楽しい場面じゃなかった 彼女の体は白装束に包まれていたから 僕が諦めるなんて考えられないことだった 二人の心を砕いた愛 二人を幸せにできなかった愛 二人に眠れない夜をもたらした愛 彼女は僕にとって世界そのものだった 彼女は利口で愉快だった こんなの大したことじゃない 彼女ならそんなふうに歌えただろう 彼女は素晴らしい人たちにも囲まれていた 僕は彼女の家族が好きだった 特にお父さんだ どうしても「お父さん」と呼びたかった 僕たちが愛したすべての人が集まっていた ぐったりと椅子に座り込んでいた 心配そうに身廊に目をやった オルガンが鳴りはじめたのだ 誰もが知っているメロディだ みんなが身廊を見つめていた 二人の心を砕いた愛 二人を幸せにできなかった愛 二人に眠れない夜をもたらした愛 僕の花嫁になるはずだった人が 去ってしまうなんて こんなことは映画の中だけの話だと思っていた 本当の人生がこんなものだとは思っていなかった バラの花束の香りがつらい それにトゲが見える 今でも僕たちを刺しつづける つらい香りとトゲに耐えて毎日を生きなければ 何がとうなるのかはわからないのだから 明日を憂うことなく 今日さえも憂うことなく



日本語の詩にすると、この様になるのですね。 素敵です。とても分かり易いです。   ありがとうございました。 挙式直前の事であることが辛すぎますね。 とってもいい曲なのですが、聴きながら とても悲しくなります。 寄りが戻って、ハッピーエンドだと 良かったのに…  と思いますね。


直訳気味ですが。 彼女は そこに 立っていた そして グッバイと いった 私は 泣くかと 思った 両方を 驚かして 吐く代わりに それは いい眺めでは ない 彼女が 全身 白い服を 着ていたから でも 誰が 僕が 吐くと思ってた * それは 愛だった  私達の 心を 壊した  それは 愛だった  私達を 夢中に した  それは 愛だった  私達を 夜通し 寝かさなかった 彼女は 私にとって 世界だった 彼女は 賢くて 面白くて,歌を歌えた それは 何も 意味は 無いのかもしれない 彼女は 尻も すごかった そして 私は 彼女の 家族も愛していた 特に 父親 知ってるかい? 私は待てなかった 彼を お父さんと 呼ぶことを 私が 愛した みんなは そこに 椅子に 腰掛けて 通路で 落ち着かなく 待ち オルガンが リズムを 叩きはじめ 有名な 曲を みんな 通路を 下り始める *(繰り返し) 誰が 知ってた,まさに その時 私の花嫁が 私から 去っていくのを それは 映画の中でしか 起きないと 思ってた でも 人生は そんなじゃない クソの臭いの バラの束 そして刺が 見えても 私たちは まだ刺で 傷つく 満ち満ちた 日々の 人生を 生きよう 決まりも 保証も 無いのだから 明日のことを 気にするな 今日のことすら 気にするな



素早いご返答ありがとうございました。 この曲、あるBGMのお祝い→記念日の中にあり、曲のタイトルも「love love love」、 そして歌を聞くととてもいい曲!愛のあふれたスイートな歌なのかと思っていました。 それで歌詞を検索して見ていたのですが、愛が過去形になっているし、所々の単語が あれ?辛い別れの曲の様に思えてきて、内容がとても気になり始めました。 それで質問させて頂きました。 和訳読ませて頂き、とても分かりやすく、スッキリしました。 究極の別れの曲ですね! 愛の溢れた曲であること願っていたのですが…、残念です。 けれど、助かりました。 ありがとうございました。


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  • 和訳してください

    It's really nice to know than our grandchildren are healthy and doing well, isn't it?" Mavin said to his wife. "It certainly is, and we must stay well, too. I'm a little worried since you've been working so hard these days," his wife answered with a serious face. In fact, she was somehow more worriedthat night that night that ever about Mavin,s health. Marvin was in his sixties. His hair was turning white, but he was a big and strong man who liked to walk around the lake.

  • 英文の和訳お願いします。「強調構文」

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  • 和訳してください。

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    To hold and caress you all through the night. I heard the song Distant Lover by Marvin Gaye and she gives me crazy love. " I like the way I feel about you" 宜しくお願いします。

  • ややこしい問題

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  • 和訳お願いします。

    All this took place in a small town in the Pacific Northwest. Then, when I was nine years old, we moved across the country to Boston - and I missed Information Please very much. She belonged in that old wooden box back home, and I somehow never thought of trying the tall, skinny new phone that sat on a small table in the hall. Yet, as I grew into my teens, the memories of those childhood conversations never really left me; often in moments of doubt and worry I would recall the serene sense of security I had when I knew that I could call Information Please and get the right answer. I appreciated now hoe patient, understanding and kind she was to have wasted her time on a little boy. A few years later, on my way west to college, my plane landed in Seattle. I had about half an hour before my plane left, and I spent 15 minutes or so on the phone with my sister, who had a happy marriage there now. Then, really without thinking what I was doing, I dialed my hometown operator and said, "Information Please." Miraculously, I heard again the small, clear voice I knew so well: "Information." I hadn't planned this, but I heard my self saying, "Could you tell me, please, hoe to spell the word 'fix'?" There was a long pause. Then came the softly spoken answer. "I guess," said Information Please, "that your finger must be all right by now." I laughed. "So it's really still you. I wonder if you have any idea how much you meant to me during all that time..." "I wonder," she replied, "if you know how much you meant to me? I never had any children, and I used to look forward to your calls. Silly, wasn't it?" It didnn't seem silly, but I didn't say so. Instead I told her how often I had thought of her over the years, and I asked if I could call her again when I came back to visit my sister after the first semester was over. "Please do. Just ask for Sally." "Goodbye, Sally." It sounded strange for Information Please to have a name. "If I run into any chipmunks, I'll tell them to eat fruit and nuts." "Do that," she said. "And I expect one of these days you'll visit the Orinoco. Well, goodbye."