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Here's where 歩けなく comes from: Start with the verb 歩く, "to walk". Turn it into its potential form: 歩ける, "able to walk". Make it negative: 歩けない, "unable to walk". Turn the newly formed i-adjective into an adverb: 歩けなく. Now, なっちゃう is a shorter form of なって + しまう. なって, of course, is the -て form of なる, which means "to become". なる requires that the adjective ...


何から逃れたいんだ From what do you want to escape? 現実ってやつか Reality? -tai form correspond to want in English. verb conjugation 逃れる(normal)->逃れたい(want) e.g I want have sandwich for lunch. 私はサンドイッチをランチに'食べたい'と思います verb conjugation 食べる(normal)->食べたい(want)


As people have mentioned in the comments, the -te form doesn't come into this. Here we have the ichidan verb [逃]{のが}れる, 'to escape'. So the -tai form would be 逃れたい, which is what we see in the lyrics. The same conjugation as, for example, 食べる→食べたい where you just replace る with たい. 何から逃れたいんだ What do you want to get away from? 現実ってやつか (That thing ...

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