Kuruchainai matomo sa sorosoro
shinda furi wa yamete yo
kurutteru no wa omaera no hou sa
sasayaka na ai o ageta dake

Tsumetai hi kara afuredasu namanurui omoi o

Koe o kikasete hohoemi kakete
yasashiku sou itsumo no you ni
furueru hoho o sotto nadete okure
yasashiku sou itsumo no you ni

shinkirou no you ni hakanai koi wa mou eien yori nagaku tooku

Anata no toiki o kono te de tometa kara
anata no tameiki kono te de tometa kara

Holy moment & Silent moment
Shine with Brilliant colors
Holy moment & Silent moment
and I stay up to Brilliant Vacant

tsumetai hi kara afuredasu namanurui omoi o name mawaseba
shinkirou no you ni hakanai koi wa mou eien yori nagaku tooku

Holy moment & Silent moment
Shine with Brilliant colors
Holy moment & Silent moment
and I stay up to Brilliant Vacant

Anata no toiki o kono te de tometa kara
anata no tameiki kono te de tometa kara

My sweet corpse
boku no naka no kono ai o omori ni shite
kurai soko made shizunde ikou
kore de mou kanojo ha hanerenai
boku wa mou kanojo o hanasanai


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Baroque song meanings
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    General Commentthis song is about Tetsu choking his lover...I personally love this song, it is my favourite malice mizer song ever...and Tetsu is utterly perfect for Malice Mizer I think. His whaling sorrow...is tragic and filled with longing. it fits the music beautifully.
    sakudeathon May 11, 2009   Link
  • 0
    General CommentWhat!... no comments for this great song!

    Well.... I guess I will be the first... and GREAT! is all I have to say about it... it just sounds cool... and someone needs to post a translation.
    EinFlügelEngelon March 02, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyeah, someone totally does.. i don't think i've ever seen a MM song translated..
    Malice Mizer rocks! Long live Kami, even if it's in our memories..
    dementiaon March 03, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI don't have a full translation, but I believe the general idea of the song is that it is being sung to someone the singer has just suffocated to death, so he would no longer have to be separated from them.
    Someone_elseon March 13, 2005   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI'm not a big fan of this song or any other songs that Tetsu does because to me he sounds like a dying moose.
    cloud_x_sephirothon April 08, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Commentyes he does. His voice didn't fit the music
    sexymonk-eon June 30, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentI think Tetsu sounds half decent in this song compared to some of the other songs he sings in like Seraph. Once you get past the dying moose this song is very nice.
    insanebakaon September 06, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General CommentThe title "Baroque" was a style and movement that started around 1600 in Europe. It had its own art, architecture, literature, and some other things. The art was very Catholic (think Caravaggio). So just taking "Holy moment & Silent moment, Shine with Brilliant colors" and putting that with the title, ut sounds like they are singing about a painting or something similar. HOWEVER this doesn't mean the entire song is about that. I can only catch a few words in romaji (Japanese writen with Alphabet) like 'cold day', 'drunk', and 'sigh.' Anyway, that is all I can say. Maybe this will be helpful to somebody. =)
    Perniciouson December 15, 2006   Link
  • 0
    General Comment.. I believe he's saying: Oh, My sweet Koi, which I believe translates:
    Oh, My Sweet Love.
    (I could be wrong, of course- If so, I apologize.).
    However, still.. Tetsu[era] is sex. period.
    NoFinalSpareon December 10, 2007   Link
  • 0
    General CommentAt first, I heard 'My SWEET Corn,' and envisioned Tetsu romancing/courting an ear of corn... Which then reminded me of the anime YAOI film "Boku no Sexual Harassment," in which corn is used in ways that corn just shouldn't be... Thus, no matter how lovely this song sounds, the meaning will forever be obscured by bad mental images.
    Deity Of Battleon October 01, 2008   Link

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