12 comments on “Wada Ayaka laments the impermanence of life

        • There’s actually audio of the Bee Gees writing that song. It’s so god damn satisfying listening to this and hearing 8:05~ when they finally figure out what those chords in the chorus are supposed to be.

          Imagine having this kind of thing for all your favorite songs.

  1. 3: 名無し募集中。。。 2018/03/29(木) 21:29:58.03 0.net
    There’s something poetic about Ayacho’s blogs.


  2. “137: 名無し募集中。。。 2018/03/29(木) 23:26:23.43 0.net
    Someone from ANGERME must be graduating. Ayacho always feels like she wants to aim for perfection with the members they have right now, and yet, someone always keeps leaving…“

    She wrote that blog entry just a few days before announcing her own graduation.

  3. Sorrow surrounds happiness, they say.
    Perfection is hard to achieve, true. But it’s hard to maintain as well.

  4. More than Ono no Komachi, this reminded me of another poem about sakura and the impermanence of life, but by Ariwara no Narihira:
    If sakura did not exist
    How quiet would it be
    How calm could I have lived this season

    This sound like perfect lyrics for a song. It’s strange that “song” and “poem” are the same word in Japanese.

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