Dancing Samurai Romaji
Dancing Samurai Romaji Lyrics:

Samurai (harakire kisamaa!)

Dancing in the night, kono furoa de
Rizemu ni noremu yatsu kirisute gomen
Dancing all the night kono jidai ni
Ikusa wo makiokose viva samurai (hea!)


Ue de shihai suru yatsu ga ite
Shita de ugoiteru yatsuga iru
Ore wa dochira ni mo soramarazu ni
Tada mai wo tsuzuketeru

Kono semai nihon ni otoko toshite umareta nara
Tenka wo toreru mada tomanna
Donna kabe mo koeteyuke

Dancing in th night donna mix mo
Rizemu ni norenu nara harakiri gomen
Danicng all the night kono jidai ni
Arashi wo makiokose
Danshingu samurai (hea!)

machi de surechigau onagotachi
Mijuku na ore ni wa mada hayaku
Dakedo mo koe wo kakete miru
Kekkyoku mushi wo sareru
Aa nara bushi toshite teppen he nobotte yaru
Tachihadararu mono wa isshun de
Ittou ryoudan shite yaru

Dancing at the place donna basho demo
Rizemu wo umidaserya happi na raifu
Dancing with your pace donna toki demo
Zenryoku de ikanakya dame samurai (hea!)

Dancing in your life saigo no toki mo
Ongaku ga aru nara shiwase da na
Dancing all your life, sono koro ni wa
Dareshimo ga mitomeru
Dancing samurai (hea!)
Dancing in the night kono furoa de
Rizemu ni noremu yatsu kirisute gomen
Dancing all the night kono jidai ni
Ikusa wo makiokose hira samurai

Itsu no hi ka shin no samurai
Samurai (harakire kisamaa!)

Notes:
Rizemu = Rhythm
Furoa = floor
Mikusu = Mix
Happi na raifu = happy life XD (sorry, i just thought it was funny)


and the kanji lyrics here
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