Kuroshitsuji Songs

Various songs from Kuroshitsuji. Translations are included! NO LONGER MUSICALS ONLY!!!! NOW INCLUDES OTHER SONGS FROM KUROSHITSUJI!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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33. Kami no Migite no Theme

Kami no Migite no Theme

Agni

 

 

Mazu wa torimomoniku wo
Shio to TURMERIC de momu
YOGURT ni tsukekomi
Suujikan nekaseru

CLOVE ya kurokoshou ya
CUMIN nado no mi wo nabe ni
Sukoshi oome no abura de nesshi
Kaorizuke

Kizami tamanegi Nabe ni irete
Chuubi de itameru
Yagate yowabi ni shitara
Ameiro ni naru made

GARLIC to GINGER wo
Kuwae sara ni itamemasu
TOMATO iretara jikkuri
Suibun tobashite

Aa Koko kara ga kono migite Shounenba
CARDAMON CORIANDER
SPICE erandara

Taisetsu na kata no Shiawase egao
Kono mune ni Egakitsutsu
Furikakemashou

Kaguwashii CURRY FLAVOR
Tachinobottekitara
Nekaseteita toriniku
YOGURT goto ireru

Kogenai you ki wo tsukete
Yowabi de tokidoki mazete
Niku ni hi ga tootta nara
Shio de shiage shite

Aa Mou ichido koko de Migite SHOW TIME
CLOVE ya CINNAMON de
Kaori wo kuwaemasu

Mou Shokutaku no mae
Omachikane deshou
Tappuri to Yosoimasu
Saa meshiagare

Aa Shokugo no amai MASALA CHAI mo
SPICE ga kiitemasu
Yasuragu kaori desu

Taisetsu na kata no Shiawase egao
Kono mune ni Yakitsukete
Koyoi mo GOOD NIGHT

 

 

 

First I gently rub the chicken with salt and turmeric;
I marinade it in yogurt, and let it soak for several hours.
With some clove, black pepper, and cumin seeds in a saucepan,
I heat them with ample oil, to extract the fragrance.

I put the chopped onion into the pan and stir-fry on medium fire;
when the color turns amber I'll switch to low fire.
Then, I add garlic and ginger, and stir-fry even more.
I also put in some tomato and diligently remove all the internal water.

Ah, from this point it's my right hand's critical moment.
As soon as I've picked out cardamom, coriander, and other spices,
I sprinkle them into the pan, while sketching in my heart
the smiles of happiness of my valuable guests.

Once the fragrant curry flavor has risen up,
I put in the entirety of the marinaded chicken and yogurt.
Without burning them even the slightest, I stir-fry on low fire;
as soon as heat has worked through the meat, I'll finish with some salt.

Ah, once again, it's my right hand's show time.
I'll add some more fragrance with clove and cinnamon.
You probably can hardly wait any longer at your dining table.
I'll serve plenty to everyone. Now please enjoy your food.

Ah, the spice's even done its magic on
the after-meal sweet masala chai—what a calming scent!
As I burn into my heart the smiles of happiness
of my valuable guests, I bid all of you another good night.

 

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