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Korean Lyrics & English Translation
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  • 제일 높은 곳에 난 닿길* 원해
    [je·il / nop·eun / gos·e / nan / dah·gil / won·hae]
    I want to reach the highest
    *닿길(dah·gil): The basic form of the verb ‘닿길’ is ‘닿다(dah·da)’. It means 1. One object sticks to another so that there is no gap between them. 2. To reach somewhere. 3. The news is delivered.
  • 느꼈어* 내 answer
    [neu·kkyeoss·eo / nae]
    I felt my answer
    *느꼈어(neu·kkyeoss·eo): The basic form of the verb ‘느꼈어’ is ‘느끼다(neu·kki·da)’. When ‘ㅆ(ss)’ is added to ‘느껴(neu·kkyeo)’ in the present tense, it becomes the past tense. The present continuous tense of ‘느껴’ is ‘느끼고 있어(neu·kki·go / iss·eo)’.
  • * 혈관 속에 날뛰는* new wave
    [nae / hyeol·gwan / sog·e / nal·ttwi·neun]
    A new wave running wild in my veins
    *내(nae) / *날뛰는(nal·ttwi·neun): ‘내’ is a shortened form of the possessive pronoun ‘나의(na·ui = my)’. The basic form of the verb ‘날뛰는’ is ‘날뛰다(nal·ttwid·a)’. It means 1. to jump as if to fly. 2. To rush or act harshly. 3. To be very busy, preoccupied with something.
  • 내 거대한 passion
    [nae / geo·dae·han]
    my huge passion
  • 관심없어 과거에
    [gwan·sim·eobs·eo / gwa·geo·e]
    I don’t care about the past.
    * The normal word order of this sentence is “과거에 관심없어 “, and the subject ‘나는(na·neun = I)’ is omitted. ‘과거에(= about the past)’ and ‘관심없어(=don’t care)’. Since each Korean word acts as a part-of-speech function, even if the position of each word in a sentence changes, it is almost always communicated. For example, even if you say it in these six forms, Koreans understand it all with the same meaning.

    1. 나는 과거에 관심없어. (Standard 1-2-3)
    2. 나는 관심없어 과거에 (1-3-2)
    3. 과거에 나는 관심없어 (2-1-3)
    4. 과거에 관심없어 나는 (2-3-1)
    5. 관심없어 나는 과거에 (3-1-2)
    6. 관심없어 과거에 나는 (3-2-1)
  • 모두가 알고 있는 그 trouble에, huh
    [mo·du·ga / al·go / iss·neun / geu] trouble[e]
    In the trouble that everyone knows, huh
  • I’m fearless, a new bitch
  • New crazy, 올라가, next one
    [ol·la·ga]
    New crazy, go up, next one




  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) 밟아줘, highway, highway
    [balb·a·jwo]
    (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) step on me, highway, highway
  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) 멋진 결말에 닿게
    [meos·jin / gyeol·mal·e / dah·ge]
    G(Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) to reach a wonderful ending
  • 내 흉짐도 나의 일부라면
    [nae / hyung·jim·do / na·ui / il·bu·la·myeon]
    If my ugliness is a part of me
  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) 겁이 난 없지, 없지
    [geob·i / nan / eobs·ji, // eobs·ji]
  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) I’m not afraid, I’m not




  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fearless, huh
  • You should get away, get a, get a, get away
  • 다치지 않게, 다치-다치지 않게
    [da·chi·ji / anh·ge, // da·chi-da·chi·ji anh·ge]
    Don’t get hurt, get hurt – don’t get hurt
  • You should get away, get a, get a, get away
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fearless, huh




  • Bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
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  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
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  • 욕심을 숨기라는
    [yog·sim·eul / sum·gi·la·neun]
    to hide greed
  • 네 말들은 이상해
    [ne / mal·deul·eun / i·sang·hae]
    your words are weird
  • 겸손한 연기* 같은 건
    [gyeom·son·han / yeon·gi / gat·eun / geon]
    Something like humble acting
    *연기(yeon·gi): ‘연기’ is a noun and has several meanings. 1.(gas) smoke, 2.(theater/movie, etc.) performance, acting, play, perform, act, 3.delay, postpone, put off, put back, hold off, defer; (meeting, trial, etc.) adjourn
  • 더 이상 안 해
    [deo / i·sang / an / hae]
    I’m not doing it anymore
  • 가져와 forever win 내게, ayy
    [ga·jyeo·wa] [nae·ge]
    Bring it forever win to me, ayy
  • 가슴팍*에 숫자 일 내게, ayy
    [ga·seum·pag·e / sus·ja/ il / nae·ge]
    Number 1 on my chest, ayy
    *가슴팍(ga·seum·pag·e): A vulgar term referring to the flat part of the chest.
  • 내 밑으로 조아린 세계, ayy
    [nae / mit·eu·lo / jo·a·lin / se·gye]
    A world bowed down beneath me, ayy
    *조아린(jo·a·lin): The basic form of the verb ‘조아린’ is ‘조아리다(jo·a·ri·da)’. It means to keep your head down until your forehead touches the floor in order to show respect or beg for the other person.
  • Take the world, break it down, break you down, down




  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) 밟아줘, highway, highway
    [balb·a·jwo]
    Goodbye to my young days that I fell in love with
  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) 멋진 결말에 닿게
    [meos·jin / gyeol·mal·e / dah·ge]
    (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) to reach a wonderful ending
  • 내 흉짐*도 나의 일부라면
    [nae / hyung·jim·do / na·ui / il·bu·la·myeon]
    If my ugliness is a part of me
    *흉짐(hyung·jim): ‘흉짐’ is a word that does not exist in the Korean dictionary. Even Koreans do not use these words on a daily basis. In the lyrics, it seems to be used as ‘흉+짐’.

    ‘흉’ is a noun and its meaning is (1). The scar left behind after the wound has healed. (2). Something that others will laugh at. It seems to mean (2) here.

    ‘짐’ is also a noun and has several meanings. (1). Something packed or packed to be moved from one place to another. (2). Assigned Tasks or Responsibilities. (3). Toil or troublesome things. It seems to mean 1.

    Therefore, this lyric seems to mean “if the burden of being my fault that others will laugh at is part of me”.
  • (Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) 겁이 난 없지, 없지
    [geob·i / nan / eobs·ji, // eobs·ji]
    Woah-oh-oh-oh-oh) I’m not afraid, I’m not




  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fearless, huh
  • You should get away, get a, get a, get away
  • 다치지 않게, 다치-다치지 않게
    [da·chi·ji / anh·ge, // da·chi-da·chi·ji / anh·ge]
    Don’t get hurt, get hurt – don’t get hurt
  • You should get away, get a, get a, get away
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fearless, huh




  • Bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
  • Bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam
  • Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam




  • (Bam, ba-ba-ba-bam-bam)
  • 다치지 않게, 다치-다치지 않게
    [da·chi·ji / anh·ge, // da·chi-da·chi·ji / anh·ge]
    Don’t get hurt, get hurt – don’t get hurt
  • (Ba-ba-ba-bam-bam, ba-ba-ba-bam-bam)
  • 준비된 내 payback
    [jun·bi·doen / nae]
    my payback is ready
  • (Bam, ba-ba-ba-bam-bam)
  • Bring it, 당장 내게
    [dang·jang / nae·ge]
    Bring it to me right now
  • (Ba-ba-ba-bam)
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fеarless, huh




  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • What you lookin’ at? What you, what you lookin’ at?
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fearless, huh
  • You should get away, get a, get a, get away
  • 다치지 않게, 다치-다치지 않게
    [da·chi·ji / anh·ge, // da·chi-da·chi·ji / anh·ge]
    Don’t get hurt, get hurt – don’t get hurt
  • You should get away, get a, get a, get away
  • Mm-mm-mm-mm, I’m fearless, huh
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