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人比较多我就用颜色来分了OuO 辻凪 黑瑟 念 小贝 歌雅 雲酱 全员合唱
有些地方是个别人合唱我已经标在上面了O O要看清楚哦

God only knows -Secrets of the Goddess-Prologue:God〖序章:神〗
[00:00.30]作曲:本田光史郎
[00:00.60]
[00:01.00]Whenever you cry〖当你哭泣的时候〗
[00:03.29]Just count your blessings〖就多想一下得到的祝福〗
[00:05.68]Every time you try〖每次哭泣的时候〗
[00:08.16]Learn something, believe yourself〖就多学习到一些,相信你自己〗
[00:11.18]Look to the sky〖抬头仰望天空〗
[00:13.24]Like a bird without wings〖宛如那没有翅膀的鸟儿〗
[00:15.62]If you want to fly〖如果你想要飞翔〗
[00:18.29]Feel your heart, release yourself〖感受自己的心,解放自己吧〗
[00:20.28]
[00:20.98]We are alive in this world〖我们都生存在这个世界〗
[00:25.83]Life is sometimes unfair〖人生时常是不公平的〗
[00:30.67]We keep going in this world〖我们在这个世界中努力〗
[00:35.65]Lord will hear our prayers〖主会倾听到我们的祈祷〗
[00:39.93]
【食指&念&雲酱】[00:40.63]Look up at the sky〖抬头看向天空〗
[00:42.92]Like a bird without wings〖宛如那没有翅膀的鸟儿〗
[00:45.50]If you want to fly〖如果你想要飞翔〗
[00:47.80]Feel your breeze, release yourself〖感受自己的微风,解放自己吧〗
【黑瑟&歌雅&小贝】[00:50.90]Why do you sigh?〖你为何在叹气?〗
[00:52.89]Just count your blessings〖想一下自己得到的祝福〗
[00:55.34]Every time you try〖每次努力的时候〗
[00:57.71]Find something, believe yourself〖都会有新发现,更加相信自己〗
【全员合唱】[01:12.30]My mission is gonna be a tough one〖我的使命将会变得更加艰难〗
[01:15.17]I know It's not a game anymore〖我明了这已不再是一场游戏〗
[01:17.65]I swear that I'll never fail again〖我发誓我不会再次失败〗
[01:20.76]'Cuz don't wanna regret anymore〖只因不再想要再次后悔〗
[01:23.77]Can you hear I'm calling you?〖你能听到我呼唤你的声音么?〗
[01:26.51]I just wanna feel you〖只是想要感受到你〗
[01:29.22]Don't forget to remember〖不要忘记你所记得的〗
[01:32.00]So please remember〖呐 快点想起来〗
[01:34.97]I hear you are calling me〖我听到你呼唤我的声音〗
[01:37.77]I want you to feel me〖我想要你去感受我〗
[01:40.60]You know I won't surrender〖我绝对不会在此放弃〗
[01:43.37]Never surrender〖绝对不会放弃〗
[01:45.44]
[01:46.14]My mission l've got to execute〖我必须要去完成我的使命〗
[01:48.97]I know it's not a game anymore〖我明了这已不再是一场游戏〗
[01:51.62]I swear that I'll never fail…...

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