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"Celebrate With Us" lyrics (from TDL countdown parade)

Discussion in 'Archive' started by WishesFan, Oct 11, 2005.

  1. WishesFan

    WishesFan Member

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    Could someone (who knows Japanese) please help me translate the lyrics from "Celebrate With Us"? Thanks so much!!!!!!!!

    -Rick
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    Celebrate with us
    Come join the party now
    Celebrate with us
    A brand new year
    Celebrate with us
    The happy new year
    Celebrate with us
    A very happy new year

    Come on, clap your hands
    Celebrate at Disneyland
    Today we are here
    Come on and give a cheer!

    A celebration
    Bringing the new years day!
    (Happy New Years Day)
    If you believe it
    Good things will come your way
    (Happy New Years Day)

    -Japanese lyrics- (PLEASE HELP!)

    Audience participation,
    ?Everybody shout!? section

    Celebrate with us
    Come join the party now
    Celebrate with us
    A brand new year
    Celebrate with us
    The happy new year
    Celebrate with us
    Be a part of us
    Celebrate With Us.....
    Happy New Year!

    At Tokyo Disneyland!
    Ah, Ah!
    (shout) Celebrate!
    (shout) YEAH!
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  2. JoeInJpn

    JoeInJpn Member

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    I'll give it a crack...

    *****

    Yume ni afureru (Our dreams are overflowing)
    Atarashii kibou no umari* (The beginning of new hopes)
    Yorokobi no kono toki mo (And this time of pleasure)
    Minna de iwaou (Let's all celebrate)

    * - This word sounds like "umari" in the song. However, in lyrics sources I have seen, it is written in Japanese as "hajimari" meaning "beginning/start."

    *****

    JoeInJpn
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