Drifting Away

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The record case for Drifting Away in WarioWare Gold

Drifting Away (Japanese: 声の漂う波間まで Koe no Tadayou Namima made, lit. "Drifting Voices on the Waves") is a song featured in WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Microgame$!. It serves as the background music for the gameplay portion of Dribble and Spitz's stage, playing on the radio while they drive a customer to the Diamond City harbor.

Drifting Away appears in the minigame Jump Forever, along with Four Seasons and the Jumpin' Rope theme. After Kat and Ana's stage is completed, this is the default tune until the player scores 100 jumps. The song also plays in the second level of Dr. Crygor's microgame Cymbalism.

In WarioWare, Inc.: Mega Party Game$!, the player can view a Drifting Away music video in the "Movie Matters" section. An excerpt of the song can also be heard in the "WarioWare, Inc. Medley" in Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

In WarioWare: D.I.Y. Showcase, one of 18-Volt's records is a remix of Drifting Away titled "Floating..."

The song reappears as a record in WarioWare Gold.

Lyrics[edit]

Japanese Script[1] Romanization Translation

こがね色のアナタのCOUPE
たっぷりBUTTERをヌッてあげるわ

街を抜けて桟橋へ LET'S GO! LET'S DRIVE!
息を止めを閉じて 1,2,3

濡れる頬夢中で泳げそして
波間に漂う声を振り切って ねぇ

こがね色のアナタのCOUPE
ささやく波間で一体み

Kogane iro no anata no COUPE
Tappuri BUTTER o nutte ageru wa

Machi o nukete sanbashi e (LET'S GO! LET'S DRIVE!)
Iki o tome o tojite, 1, 2, 3

Nureru hō muchū de oyoge soshite
Namima ni tadayou koe o furikitte nē

Kogane iro no anata no COUPE
Sasayaku nami made hitoyasumi

Your golden-colored coupe
Looks like it has butter spread all over it

Escape the city and head for the pier (Let's go! Let's drive!)
Hold your breath and close your eyes, 1, 2, 3

Swim in a daze of wet cheeks, then
A voice floats on the waves, drifting away

Your golden-colored coupe
Takes a rest on the whispering waves

Media[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ メイドインワリオの歌の歌詞 (Retrieved April 07, 2018)