Dadaroma – 腐ったミカンの方程式 (Kusatta Mikan no Houteiishiki) Translation

Kanji-Romaji

Translation

Title: The formula of the rotten orange*

 

Many drawing pins have been scattered on the floor

and we get to go out of the room walking barefoot.

The children born by coherence

are forced to follow the rails basing on their interests.

 

We run on a rail since we were born.

Since we were born

Since we were born

 

We run on a rail since we were born.

Since we were born

Since we were born

 

(We are told that) Black is white and blue is red,

the people in charge act violent against weaker genders.

That poor Madonna in the class she transferred to

is sobbing without even knowing why.

 

We run on a rail since we were born.

Since we were born

Since we were born

 

We run on a rail since we were born.

Since we were born

Since we were born

 

The class of fake

 

That girl has many bruises on her inside

(made by) that sperm which showed her the contradiction of this society.

So who’s rotten orange*?

“Who’s the rotten orange*?”

 

On the last night, me and my blade

will aim to the artery of that despicable you.

So who’s rotten orange*?

“Who’s the rotten orange*?”

 

The end will come so fast it won’t even be satisfying,

and your last word will only be “Why?”. (Ahah)

So who’s rotten orange*? (Ahah)

“Who’s the rotten orange*?”

 

Ah, I’ve forgotten my umbrella,

the rain is so noisy…

 

Notes and Other

Words in italic are in English in the original lyrics

*=it’s the Japanese equivalent of the “rotten apple” in many Occidental sayings.

Pretty dark song full of hatred against society depicting us as forced to follow the rails of who has decisional power. The parts integrated with the () are part of my interpretations and maybe are not correct (even though they make more sense to me).

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