잠자리의 집

상상은 여권이 필요없는 여행이다

스무살 & 바닐라 어쿠스틱 ~ 뽀드득

20 Year of Age & Vanilla Acoustic, “Crisp”

 

The setting may be a chilly winter, but the framing of this breakup song is sure to warm the heart. It’s always easier to look back with fondness once the sharp pain has passed, and an indie fan’s dream team of 20 Year of Age and Vanilla Acoustic express that so well. The cello at 1:30? So perfect.

 

 

한국어:

 

뽀드득 모두들 잠든 이 밤

눈길을 걸어가는 밤

유난히 밝게 빛나는

아름다운 별을 세는 밤

 

하얗게 하늘에

눈꽃들이 올라가는 밤

유난히 밝게 빛나는

그 눈을 바라보던 밤

 

너를 사랑했던

우리 사랑했던

그날의 기억이

지나온 발자국들처럼

 

유난히 밝게 빛나는

추억들을 세어보는 밤

이 밤

 

언제나 처음은

설레이고 애틋하더라

그러나 그 설레임 뒤에

익숙함은 허전하더라

 

그렇게 흐르는

네 마음을 잡지 못해서

미안해 나 그려왔는데

우리 둘이 약속한 그날들

 

너를 사랑했던

우리 사랑했던

그날의 기억이

지나온 발자국들처럼

 

유난히 너를 사랑한

그해 겨울을 그려보는 밤

 

너를 사랑했던

나를 사랑해줬던

우리의 그날이

왜 이렇게 생각나는지

 

유난히 밝게 빛나는

추억들과 걸어가는 밤

이 밤

 

 

English:

 

Everyone is sleeping tonight,

a night when the snow crunches as I walk along the road,

a night when I count the beautiful stars

that gleam unusually brightly

 

It’s a night when white snow

falls from the sky,

a night when I gaze at that snow,

twinkling unusually brightly

 

The memory of that day,

when I loved you,

when we loved each other,

is like the footprints I leave behind

 

This night

is a night when I count my memories

that shine especially bright

 

It’s always like that at first

Your heart flutters and you’re affectionate

But after the fluttering passes,

the familiarity feels empty

 

Your heart passed like that

I’m sorry I couldn’t hold on to it

Even though I came to miss

the days we promised to each other

 

The memory of that day,

when I loved you,

when we loved each other,

is like the footprints I leave behind

 

I was especially fond of you

the night I drew you that winter

 

Why am I reminiscing like this?

About that day of ours,

when I loved you

and you gave me your love

 

This night

is a night when I walk with my recollections

that shine especially bright

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