WHITE OUT

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"WHITE OUT"
"WHITE OUT" single CD cover
Year(s) Performed 2017
Composer Masayuki Nakano
Performer XAI
Lyrics by Sonoko Aoyama
Sung in GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters

"WHITE OUT" (WHITE OUT,   Howaitoauto?) is the theme song for the 2017 Godzilla film, GODZILLA: Planet of the Monsters, and plays during the film's end credits. The song was performed by XAI, composed and arranged by Masayuki Nakano of BOOM BOOM SATELLITES, and with lyrics by Sonoko Aoyama.

Lyrics

Japanese

あなたの声が
凍えた胸を溶かすの
ホワイトアウト
どんなSOSだっていい
届けて 確かな呼吸を

迎えにゆくよ
花束を抱えて
ホワイトアウト
どんな痛みの向こうも
眩しい場所があるなら

ハロー 声を聞かせて
ずっと 開かないドアを叩いて
ハロー 冷たい惑星の果て
近づき合っていく、ふたり

終わらない旅が
途切れた夢を繋ぐよ
ホワイトアウト
どんな嵐の上も
青空は今日も続いているでしょう?

ハロー 声を上げて
ハロー 冷たい惑星の果て
近づき合っていく、ふたり

迎えにゆくよ

Romaji

Anata no koe ga
Kogoeta mune o tokasu no
Howaitoauto
Don'na esuōesu datte ī
Todokete tashikana kokyū o

Mukae ni yuku yo
Hanataba o kakaete
Howaitoauto
Don'na itami no mukō mo
Mabushii basho ga arunara

Harō koewokikasete
Zutto akanai doa o hataite
Harō tsumetai wakusei no hate
Chikadzuki atte iku, futari

Owaranai tabi ga
Togireta yume o tsunagu yo
Howaitoauto
Don'na arashi no ue mo
Aozora wa kyō mo tsudzuite irudeshou?

Harō-goe o agete
Harō tsumetai wakusei no hate
Chikadzuki atte iku, futari

Mukae ni yuku yo

English[1]

Your voice…
Melts my frozen heart…
WHITE OUT
Despite the SOS…
You have to keep on living

I will welcome you
Holding a bouquet in my hands
WHITE OUT
Beyond any kind of pain
If there exists a dazzling place

Hello… Let me hear your voice
Strike the door that refuses to open
Hello… At the frozen planet’s end
Two people come together at last

A never-ending journey…
Connects interrupted dreams
WHITE OUT
Above any kind of storm
Will the blue sky last for today?

Hello… Raise your voice
Hello… At the frozen planet’s end
Two people come together at last

I will welcome you…

Videos

Official "WHITE OUT" music video

References

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Aggression25

3 months ago
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Not a bad song. But then, that’s true for every song that’s good to you.
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Chainsaw Gigan

3 months ago
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how does this fit the movie?
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Les

3 months ago
Score 1
In the film itself, it is only used for the credits.