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I have this song on the side bar, but it is the female version. On, I can't find the original full version (grrrr) so that's why I'm posting it here.

"Arigatou" wo kanade kanade tooku hanareta to shite mo...
kaze ni fukarenagara aruite ikikau hitogomi no naka de
yasashii kimi ni koko de deaeta ..."hanaretakunai yo"
sabishii yoru mo kimi ga ita ne yakusoku suru yo "TSUYOKU NARU KARA"
tsunaida kokoro wa hitotsu dakara bokutachi wa toberu n da
"arigatou" wo kanade kanade tooku hanareta to shite mo
"sayonara" to te wo futte mata koko de aimashou

hitotsu hitotsu kono omoi wo ima kanaeru koto ga dekitara
kitto tsuyoi boku ni nareru kara waratte kimi ni aeru yo
hitori hitori de mawaru sekai wa shinjiru koto sae kowaku naru kedo
ano hi kureta kimi no kotoba ga tobidatsu boku no hane ni naru kara
"arigatou" wo kanade kanade tsunagu te wa nai kedo
"arigatou" hibike hibike kono uta kimi e todoke

"arigatou" wo kanade kanade tooku hanareta to shite mo
"sayonara" to te wo futte mata koko de aimashou
"sayonara" to te wo futte mata koko de aimashou
...mata kimi ni aitai...

Playing "thank you" again and again, even though we're far apart...
Walking while blown by the wind, among the crowd that's coming and going
I met you here ..."I don't want to be parted"
Even in the lonely nights, you were here, I'll promise "because I will become strong"
Our joined hearts are one, so we can fly
Playing "thank you" again and again, even though we're far apart
Waving hands "goodbye", let's meet here again

One by one, if I could grant these thoughts right now
I would surely become a stronger me, and be able to meet you with a smile
One by one, even believing that the world revolves is scary
The words you said to me that day will become my wings as I fly
Playing "thank you" again and again, even though I'm not holding anyone's hand
Echoing "thank you" again and again, so that this song will reach you

Playing "thank you" again and again, even though we're far apart
Waving hands "goodbye", let's meet here again
Waving hands "goodbye", let's meet here again
...I want to meet you again...


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