Digimon Frontier character song “Say, yes!” (Tomoki Himi)

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Translation for Tomoki Himi’s character song “Say, yes! ~Tomoki’s Theme~” (Say,yes! ~友樹のテーマ~), from the album Digimon Frontier Character Song Collection: Salamander.


“Say, yes! ~Tomoki’s Theme~” (Say,yes! ~友樹のテーマ~)
Lyrics: Shouko Ohmori
Composition: Hiro Takahashi
Vocals: Tomoki Himi (CV: Kumiko Watanabe)


Whenever morning came, I felt like I was reborn
“I’ll become stronger someday,” that was all I wished for
I thought that was my dream, to not lose to anyone

But the truth is that I was just running away in fear
I have to do something, I have to try, or I won’t gain any power1
There’s nothing I can’t do; I can say yes! I’ll fight

We can all find the answers without checking the textbook
We’ll figure out what we are in our own way

With a huge Say yes! We’ll be fine, whatever road we take
We’ll embrace our courage that’s tougher than ice
I’ll change, see, I’ll be a better and cooler version of myself
I won’t solve anything, I can’t get anything just by chasing after others

I’ll make a promise to stop saying “it’s impossible” for now
I have to believe, I have to get started, or I won’t reach any miracles
Let’s figure out what I can do; I can say yes! So I’ll try hard

Watch me, see, I’ll be a better and more reliable version of myself
If I keep making everyone else help me, that’s a bit embarrassing

My favorite hero drawn in the margins of an open notebook
If I can’t find him, I won’t give up, I can just be myself

With a huge Say yes! We’ll be fine, whatever enemy we fight
We’ll defeat ’em with fists that are sharper than ice
I’ll change, see, I’ll be a better and cooler version of myself
I won’t solve anything, I can’t get anything just by chasing after others


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Translator's notes
  1. In the audio, Tomoki uses the word “chikara” (“power”), but the official lyrics write this as “experience points” (経験値). []

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