Oliver&Kagamine Len – Dummy March [Eng]

Title: Dummy March
Vocal: Oliver&Kagamine Len
Music: Momocashew
Lyrics: Momocashew
Video: Momocashew
Illust: 水梦
Series: Pumpkin&Dummy
Track: #2

Tulapeetata Luppashah Tuleeluteffetah Tulalupapa…

Chilly autumn wind leaves blushes on your skin

With your pumpkin baggy, starts another journey

What kind of candy?

How many will there be?

What kind of dirty tricks will you pull out this time?

“Hello, Mister Werewolf”

“What an ugly tail”

“Aren’t you ashamed at all?”

“Get lost”

“You’re not invited, stinky bunch”

“No one wants you here taking all our fun”

Words you speak so loud and proud

Go right in my heart and never come out

“That’s not allowed, break up right now”

“Mister Mustard, Mister Ketchup”

And you pretend nothing happened

Down goes spoon full of floating island

Strawberry shortcakes

Banana chocolate crêpes

No matter how much you eat

You will always be empty

Espresso jelly

Sugar raisin cookies

You are dummies

All of these are unnecessary

“Nice to meet you, Mermaid”

“Aren’t you over weight?”

“Why don’t you get more in shape?”


“You’re not important”

“Attention, please”

“All eyes on me and me only”

Protected by wooden shells

Living in a world all by yourselves

“There’s only one God for us all”

“You are wrong and you should burn in Hell”

Given up your abilities to think

Saying all these words you don’t understand

Tulapeetata Luppashah Tuleeluteffetah Tulalupapa…

Dummies gathered

Vulgarly marching across the street

“Hey there, open up”

“Trick or treat?”

“You know that you have no talent”

“So stop wasting our oxygen”

“You’ll never get as great as them”

“Did you even try to be a normal person?”

“All I have for you is disappointment”

“When can I raise my expectations?”

Covering my ears won’t do anything

All your curses pierce through my skin

Is it my fault for feeling hurt?

Is it my fault for trusting you first?

Is it my fault that I heard your curse?

Is it my fault that I read your words?

You are only dummies without hearts

But your faces look exactly like ours

Again and again I try to buy

Your over-priced “constructive criticism”

Tulapeetata Luppashah Tuleeluteffetah Tulalupapa…

Tulapeetata Luppashah Tuleeluteffetah Tulalupapa