Japanese Singer/songwriter Hiroko Konishi released WHEELCHAIR on 28 February, 2017.
Story of WHEELCHAIR lyrics
This is a melancholy music with a story of a girl with a disability who goes to a beachside cake shop to celebrate her own birthday alone. ”I once went near to the beach On my wheelchair to celebrate my birthday Just on my own” However, Earthquake hits her…Then angry sea…
WHEELCHAIR (She may be here Ⅱ)
Music by Hiroko Konishi
I’m just an ordinary girl living an ordinary life
I’m reaching an age I can yearn for love
So I think of you though I’ve never met you
And I imagine me walking with you
Hand in hand on the beach
But I can’t get out of my house
So I just watch the hill by the beach
Always sitting here by the window
＊She’s a knower of things we can’t see…
Oh~ She may be here
Love is always just my imagination ‘Cause I can’t walk on my feet
But I once went near to the beach ra ra ra…..
On my wheelchair to celebrate my birthday Just on my own
But today the earth and ocean were so rough and harsh
That I could not stand still just a moment at all I was hurled
by the shaking ground. Onto the floor and here I’m just lying
–Many years have gone by. Since the ocean turned to emerald from gray
My necklace, present from Mom. Has just turned to sands of stars
My white pierced earrings I gave them to the mermaid I met
I can see lovers. Picking up a piece of coral
Since that day I celebrated my birthday.
My white house still stands on the hill over there
But I can’t return to the house. For ever and ever
(C)2017 Hiroko Konish, Office Squirrel LLC, Wolfgang, LITTLE CURE
Hiroko Konishi, the popular (Japanese) voice actress and Singer/songwriter, has long been composing music and singing under an adverse situation. Many people have harassed her, degraded her image with rumors and slanders, and deprived her of a chance to release her songs and works, but she hanged in and kept on composing music and singing alone. Hiroko’s music project member want to deliver her strength and kindness to those who need them in order to survive the next generation.