[Translation] Blackstar Theater Starless “Without her?” Lyrics

I hope everyone’s having fun in the Christmas Event! I haven’t been able to contain my excitement ever since it was announced! If only Haseyama hadn’t turned it into a showdown event which ended up decreasing my chances of getting my faves’ cards. the gacha wasn’t so generous either *cries* I’ve been fangirling over Ginsei, Rindou and especially Sinju. I’m so happy my baby was chosen as the center and I can’t get over his visuals or his beautiful vocals 🤩 Petition for Sinju to get more songs! I think his might be my fave vocals out of everyone from Team P 👀👀👀


Because this event’s song is officially one of my faves now, I decided to translate it asap! You can find the translation below, enjoy! (or more like suffer with me because it’s kinda sad…)

※Please DO NOT repost, retranslate, or use my translations in any way without permission. Translation may not be 100% accurate.



  • Title: Without her?
  • Artist: Sinju (Singer: Stungun)
  • Game: Blackstar Theater Starless
  • Event: Christmas (2020) “Joy to the World”
  • Team/Cast Members: Sinju, Rindou, Ginsei, Takami, Hari
  • Original Work: “War and Peace” by Leo Tolstoy

“At a certain ball, both Andrei and Anatole fall in love with a beautiful young woman called Natasha. When Anatole finds out that Natasha and Andrei are engaged, he asks her to elope with him. However, their love is caught up in a sudden war.”



(Game Version)

Have you already forgotten about that pure day of spring?
It continues to snow, reaching far and wide
The white of winter will keep spreading forever
But my love for you will always remain the same
It’s just that our future is already so far away

My scoundrel of a lover,
Was the time you spent with me 
Not enough for you to hold on to our future?

You trusted him and fell in love without knowing a thing
The promise we had made was buried in the snow
It broke and vanished in front of you when you turned away
Even if I try to hold on and mend my heart
It won’t ever go back to what it used to be


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