K-R&B artists Zion.T and Crush have teamed up again for a track about the aftermath of heartbreak.  Over a jazzy beat, the two sing about the moment when they meet that person they still love on the street after the relationship has ended.  Trying to sound strong and, instead, coming off a little hurt and vulnerable, they simply ask her to keep on walking.  The gentlemen have sweet-sounding voices that match well with the production and the abrupt ending of the track makes it sound like neither can keep up the pretense anymore.  This appears to be a one-off single, but we’ll let you know if an album is in the works.

Thanks to pop!gasa for the translation.

Lyrics:
If you’re saying hi
Because you feel bad for me
Don’t worry about hurting me
And just pass by

Nana (nana)
Nana (nana)
Don’t worry about my heart hurting

I’m actually fine
Even though I look like someone in pain
There are so many things I want to say
But in the end, I’m just alone
Actually, I don’t like you
I actually dislike you, I hate you
Laying in bed alone at night
The blankets I hold are so cold

If you’re coming to me
Because you feel bad for me
Don’t worry about hurting me
And just pass by

The cold words you indifferently said to me
I secretly hurt over them, as if it’s natural
It’ll never happen anyway, it’s obvious, I know
I don’t want your pity anymore
I don’t want to be pathetic
So I got up first
Don’t linger, I’m really okay
Don’t say anything, just turn around and walk away

Nana (nana)
Nana (nana)
Don’t worry about my heart hurting
And just pass by
Pass by