Metropolitan Museum

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Metropolitan Museum
General song data
Original title: メトロポリタン美術館
Romanized title: Metoroporitan Myuujiamu
Translated title: Metropolitan Museum of Art
Composer: Taeko Onuki
Lyricist: Taeko Onuki
Original Arranger: Taeko Onuki
Original Artist: Taeko Onuki
iM@S Cover Data
iM@S Arranger:
Covered by: Koume Shirasaka

Metropolitan Museum is a cover song from THE IDOLM@STER CINDERELLA MASTER Cool jewelries! 002 and was sung by Koume Shirasaka. It was originally sung by Taeko Onuki and was featured on Minna no Uta.

Lyrics

Japanese/Kanji Lyrics Romanized Lyrics Translated Lyrics

大理石の 台の上で
天使の像 ささやいた
夜になると ここは冷える
君の服を 貸してくれる?
タイムトラベルは 楽し
メトロポリタン ミュージアム
赤い靴下で よければ
かたっぽあげる

Dairiseki no dainoue de
Tenshi no zou sasayaita
Yoru ni naru to koko wa hieru
Kimi no fuku o kashite kureru?
TAIMU TORABERU wa tanoshi
METOROPORITAN MYUUJIAMU
Akai kutsushita de yokereba
Katappo ageru

On the marble pedestal
An angel statue whispered to me.
It's cool here when it becomes night
Can you lend me your clothes?
Time travel is fun
in a metropolitan museum.
If you're satisfied with wearing red socks
I'll give you one of the pair.

エジプトでは ファラオ眠る
石の布団に くるまって
呼んでみても 五千年の
夢を今も 見続けてる
タイムトラベルは 楽し
メトロポリタン ミュージアム
目覚まし時計 ここに
かけておくから

EJIPUTO de wa FARAO nemuru
Ishi no futon ni kurumatte
Yonde mite mo gosennen no
Yume o ima mo mi tsuzuketeru
TAIMU TORABERU wa tanoshi
METOROPORITAN MYUUJIAMU
Mezamashidokei koko ni
Kakete oku kara

In Egypt, there's a sleeping Pharaoh
wrapped in a stone futon.
I even tried calling him, but even for five thousand years
He still continued to watch his dreams now.
Time travel is fun
in a metropolitan museum.
Over there from the back
lies an alarm clock.

ヴァイオリンのケース
トランペットのケース
トランク代わりにして
出発だ!

VUUAIORIN no KEESU
TORANPETTO no KEESU
TORANKU kawarini shite
Shuppatsuda!

A violin case
and a trumpet case
Substituting them for trunks,
I start traveling!

タイムトラベルは楽し
メトロポリタン ミュージアム
大好きな絵の中に
とじこめられた

TAIMU TORABERU wa tanoshi
METOROPORITAN MYUUJIAMU
Daisuki na e no naka ni
Tojikomerareta

Time travel is fun
in a metropolitan museum.
I've been confined
within my favorite painting.

Trivia

Despite the Kanji phrase 美術館 being written as "Bijutsukan", it's written as "Museum" instead.

Credits

Kanji