In the song, he says "君の中に落としたひとりを" and I know hitori is "一人" but it's not a verb, yet it's at the end of a sentence:

また隠した もう一つの夢の中で見てた夜を思い出した
見つけないで 僕はまだいないから

Is it used because he's a male like putting "da" at the end of a sentence? I'm translating it as "Inside you I dropped..." but then the rest doesn't make sense with "alone". What does を mean here?

  • The song is "White Silence" by TK*

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The sentence did not end with を.

Instead of reading it as (~ひとりを), it should be read as (~)を見つけないで which means "don't look for ~"

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