Song: The voice of the sea

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On this page, you can learn Japanese with a Japanese song. The title of the song is The voice of the sea which is 海の声 in Japanese.

海(うみ)means ‘sea’. 声(こえ)means ‘voice’.

The lyric for you to learn is from the beginning up to 50 seconds in the video.

空の声が聞きたくて 風の声に耳すませ 海の声が知りたくて 君の声を探してる

空の声が聞きたくて
(I want to hear the voice of the sky)

空(そら)means ‘sky’. の means ‘of’. 声(こえ)means ‘voice’. が is a topic marking particle and does not mean anything.

聞き(き・き)means ‘listen’ in Stem Form. The dictionary form is 聞く(き・く). たくて means ‘want to’. It is usually たい but you need たくて if you don’t complete the sentence yet.

風の声に耳すませ
(listen to the voice of the wind)

風(かぜ)means ‘wind’. の means ‘of’. 声(こえ)means ‘voice’. に is ‘to’. 耳すませ means ‘listen’ in Stem Form. The dictionary form is 耳をすませる.

海の声が知りたくて
(I want to know the voice of the sea)

海(うみ)means ‘sea’. の means ‘of’. 声(こえ)means ‘voice’. 知り(し・り)means ‘know’ in Stem Form. The dictionary form is 知る(し・る). たくて means ‘want to’. It is usually たい but you need たくて if you don’t complete the sentence yet.

君の声を探してる
(I am looking for your voice)

君(きみ)means ‘you’. It is barely used in a daily life. You would hear 君 a lot in a lyric. It often indicates somebody special.

の means ‘of’. 声(こえ)means ‘voice’. を is an object marking particle and does not mean anything.

探してる(さが・してる)means ‘looking for’. 探す(さが・す)is ‘look for’. You need てForm + る if you want to say what you are doing now in a casual way. Click here fore more details.

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