I.U – Autumn Morning (가을 아침)


Early in the morning, when I hear the sound of the birds chirping
As always, I reluctantly wake up
Through the window, the sunlight dazzles and shines
At the crisp air, I feel like I’m going to sneeze but I don’t

I rub my eyes and look out the window
Kids in groups of twos and threes chatter on their way to school
In father’s hands, after he returned from his walk
There’s mountain water, which I don’t really know the benefits of

I hear mother’s busy movements in the kitchen making breakfast
And the laziness of her son, looking for cold water
The fresh and clean scent of morning
Mixes with the thick scent of breakfast

Autumn morning, such a big joy to me
Autumn morning, such great happiness to me
To me, who always acted like a baby

When I took a deep breath as I looked at the blue sky
My heart becomes at rest like the high sky
When did that dragonfly come in the empty sky?
As if it’s not awake yet, it lazily spins as it buzzes

I hear mother’s busy movements while doing the laundry
The relaxed sounds of her son’s guitar playing
The wall clock makes noises whenever it’s bored
As it mixes with the sounds of my noisy nieces and nephews crying

Autumn morning, such a big joy to me
Autumn morning, such great happiness to me
To me, who always acted like a baby

Autumn morning, such a big joy to me
Autumn morning, such great happiness to me
To me, who always chased the clouds

Early in the morning, when I hear the sound of the birds chirping
As always, I reluctantly wake up
Through the window, the sunlight dazzles and shines
At the crisp air, I feel like I’m going to sneeze but I don’t

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