- Song Name: You Haven't Been Overworking, Have You?
- Artist: Switzerland AND Liechtenstein
- Album: Counting Sheep Vol. 7
- Year: 2010
Counting Sheep Vol. 7 Switzerland and Liechtenstein
Translation by spaceinvaderdud on Livejournal
Track 1: "You are not overworking yourself, correct?"
Switzerland: Honeybee CD collection.
Liechtenstein: Hetalia x Sleeping by Sheep Counting Series.
Switzerstein: "A Good Night's Sleep in Matching Pajamas."
Switzerland: That accursed Prussia! His constant napping during our discussion has caused me to waste time
and made my return late!
Switzerland: Oh? The light in my home is still on. Could it be that Liechten is still awake?
Liechten: Welcome home, elder brother!
Switzerland: Liechtenstein! So you were still awake! It has grown late now so go to sleep immediately!
Liechten: I am sorry, elder brother. You did not return for some time so I grew worried...
Switzerland: I am all right! It is nothing serious!
Liechten: I see! I am happy to hear that!
Switzerland: I apologize for returning home late.
Liechten: Please do not apologize. After all, I grew worried of my own accord. But, brother, where did you
go that made you return home so late?
Switzerland: Oh... I went to Prussia's home to discuss work with him.
Liechten: I see now. I was so worried because you left without saying a word and you did not contact me. But I am glad
to see you unharmed.
Switzerland: I-I am sorry for making you worry.
Liechten: No, it is fine. The most important thing is that you are home safe and sound.
Switzerland: Still, it is bad for the body to stay awake this late. All things in moderation.
Now, it is time for you to sleep.
Liechten: Yes, elder brother.
Liechten: Excuse me, elder brother. While I was waiting for you in this room, I began to recall memories from long ago.
Switzerland: Long ago?
Liechten: It was before I began to rely on your care repeatedly. Do you remember the time when you counted sheep for me when
I could not sleep?
Switzerland: Hmmm... There was such a moment?
Liechten: Yes! Your gentle voice counting the sheep gave me such peace of mind.
Liechten: You have been working in your room until the late hours recently, have you not? And you were late in returning
home today too...
Switzerland: I've become busy once again.
Liechten: You are not overworking yourself right, elder brother?
Switzerland: I have no such weakness. I am not overworking myself, so do not worry.
Liechten: Elder brother...
Switzerland: In any case, Liechten, you must hurry and go to sleep in your room.
Liechten: Yes... If I may ask, brother, will you be sleeping for the night now?
Switzerland: No. As soon as I return to my room, I have to finish up some work.
Liechten: I see...
Liechten: Have you been getting sufficent sleep, elder brother?
Switzerland: I have been getting enough sleep so that it does not bother me the next day. Well, I have been having a bit of trouble
falling asleep as of late...
Switzerland: Oh no, it is nothing.
Liechten: Elder brother... I do think it is wonderful that you are working so hard, but please do not overexert yourself.
Switzerland: I understand. Still, losing just an hour or two of sleep is trivial at best.
Liechten: You are the one who taught me the vital importance of sleeping, correct?
Switzerland: I guess I might have taught you that.
Liechten: This may seem a bit forward... but, if I may, would you allow me to count sheep for you tonight?
Switzerland: Please do not so concerned about me. I am just fine.
Liechten: But...I really wish to be helpful to you in some sort of way!
Switzerland: It's very rare to see you so firm in resolve like that. I am happy to see you so concerned, Liechten,
but I have work to do.
Liechten: Then I shall count after you are finished with your work.
Switzerland: If you do that, won't you be the one who will sleep late?
Liechten: I do not mind. Am I being an annoyance?
Switzerland: That's not it, but... I am just no match for you. I shall call you when I am finished with my work,
Liechten: Then I may count sheep for you, correct?
Switzerland: Yes. Should you feel exhausted before my work is finished, however, you will sleep then.
Liechten: Yes! I understand!
Switzerland: Then I shall see you later this evening.
Liechten: Yes! Do your utmost hardest on your work, elder brother!
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