I've been big and small and Big and small and Big and small again And still nobody wants me Still nobody wants me
So please hurry leave me I can't breathe Please don't say you love me Mune ga hachikire-sōde
I locked the door behind him and I turned around to see All the cookie wrappers and the empty cups of tea
It somehow, in the city, you make it there and you make it Anywhere, anywhere
And I am relieved that I'd left my room tidy They'll think of me kindly When they come for my things
If your hands need to break More than trinkets in your room You can lean on my arm As you break my heart
And autumn comes when you're not yet done With the summer passing by, but I don't think I could stand to be Where you don't see me
I am something I have been something I was born something What could I be?
Well I sighed and mumbled to myself again, I have to clean I sighed and mumbled to myself
Here shake my hand You make such a good man Never once did you know me
To finally get somewhere I can be all done Somewhere like heaven
When you stood up Walked away, barefoot And the grass where you lay Left a bed in your shape I looked over it And I ached
I think my brain is rotting in places I think my heart is ready to die
And hear the harmony Only when it's harming me It's not real, it's not real It's not real enough
So you can look me up and down and tell me "Well done, girl, you're looking good"