The orange sun I saw with you at dusk
making a face about to cry, the big farewell.

Watching your innocent face
as you played in the glimmering waves.
Running all over the beach barefoot,
How I adored you.

Your name we wrote in the sand,
and the shells we adorned it with,
shoulder to shoulder
we watched as the waves wiped it away before us.

The orange sun I saw with you at dusk
making a face about to cry, the big farewell.

The blue sky, slows its breathing,
to embrace the red setting sun
As I too held you, I closed my eyes.

all the joys and sadnesses,
the countless encounters and partings
just as it did back then,
the orange sun oversees them all.

back then we dreamed of an eternity
laughing, we held each other for so long.

It's stunning how much I think of you.
That's all I needed to satisfy myself.
Don't cry, We can meet again anytime,
just by closing our eyes...

The orange sun I saw with you at dusk
making a face about to cry, the big farewell.


Lyrics submitted by Cry_of_Dragon

orenji no taiyou (english) song meanings
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    General CommentI love this song, Gackt & Hyde's voices blend together so well, and it fits so well in the movie Moon Child
    Sephyon August 18, 2005   Link
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    General CommentThis song is so pretty. I adore it.
    OrenjiNoTaiyouon July 05, 2006   Link
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    General CommentI just love this song..
    Lotus__on June 25, 2008   Link
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    General CommentOh COME ON PEOPLE!!!Have a little more enthusiasim!I personally think that this is the best Gackt/Hyde song I have ever heard!I love it because it has this dramatic tone to it,but it's not too dramatic like a lot of Gackt's other songs.I think Hyde helped him tone it down a bit.I saw Moonchild and it was a beutiful yet sad movie,and this song fit so perfectly into it.I am ahuge Gackt/Hyde fan,and I think this is thier best song Ever! :D
    Gakuhai4fanon March 31, 2009   Link

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