Wonstein – When Night Is Falling (Original: Punch – 밤이 되니까)

I’m drinking again today because I’m depressed
Because I’m thinking about you again
I need to turn off the phone on my bed
Because I think I’ll regret it tomorrow

When the cold wind blows
I want a drink for some reason
I wish you were with me
You wash over me like a wave
Making me dizzy
I’m thinking about you more today

I’m drinking again today because it’s nighttime
Because I’m thinking about you again
I need to turn off the phone on my bed
Because I think I’ll regret it tomorrow

The poems you used to read me
The place we lived in together
I remember everything
It had a blue roof and had a view of the river
The moonlight above Han River
If it knows where you are
I wish it would shine on that place

It’s in the middle of the night right now
But why do I keep thinking about you?
Your empty spot is making me lonely
I think I still love you a lot

I’m still struggling
To erase your number
Because it feels like I’d be erasing all of you
Tonight, I want to go to you
And tell you this
That I really loved you a lot

I’m drinking again today because it’s raining
Beacuse I’m thinking of you again
I need to turn off the phone on my bed
Because I think I’ll regret it tomorrow

I tripped as I was walking
Because I couldn’t lean on anything
I wish I could just fall asleep here
Just like the people I laughed at yesterday

There’s no reason to get mad now
Because it was my fault and I kept repeating those mistakes
I couldn’t even talk to you first if I want to turn time back
So I’m thinking of words that would make you less sad

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