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haru ga kita. spring is coming.
haru ga kita. spring is coming.
doko ni kita? where does spring come?
yama ni kita. it comes to the mountains
sato ni kita. it comes to the fields
noni mo kita. spring comes everywhere

hana ga saku. flowers are blooming
hana ga saku. flowers are blooming
doko ni saku? where do flowers bloom?
yama ni saku. they bloom in the mountains
sata ni saku. they bloom in the fields
noni mo saku. they bloom everywhere

tori ga naku. birds are singing
tori ga naku. birds are singing
doko ni naku? where do birds sing?
yama ni naku. they sing in the mountains
sato ni naku. they sing in the fields
noni mo naku. they sing everywhere

This may be slightly inaccurate, it's as I learned it as a child, not quite as it is on the sheet music,
but I post it and am singing it with wishes that as Spring comes to Japan it brings a rebirth of joy, hope, and beauty for them.

ah YouTube link -- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NaX6l1iK8yg I'm pretty close, just ne in stead of ni for the plurals it sounds like.

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