You are here alone again
In your sweet insanity
All too calm, you hide yourself from reality
Do you call it solitude? Do you call it liberty?
When all the world turns away to leave you lonely

The fields are filled with desires
All voices crying for freedom
But all in vain they will fade away
There's only you to answer you, forever

In blinded mind you are singing
A glorious hallelujah
The distant flutter of angels
They're all too far, too far to reach for you

I am here alone again
In my sweet serenity
Hoping you will ever find me in any place
I will call it solitude when all my songs fade in vain
In my voice, far away to eternity


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The World song meanings
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    General CommentGreat, great song, full of emotion. I'm guessing it's about two lonely people longing for each other but not being able to meet. It's part of the soundtrack to .hack//SIGN, and, in my opinion, one of the best songs there.
    robrron August 16, 2005   Link
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    General CommentCould be about Tsukasa being alone in part. "you hide yourself from reality", Tsukasa stated about returning to "that ludicrous world" in the .hack//SIGN series...
    Davuson June 02, 2006   Link
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    General CommentThis is a very excellent song.
    kyuubi91tsuneon July 14, 2009   Link
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    Song MeaningI know this is ridiculous but I always thought it described the kind of people who played The World. It's been a while since I've seen the anime, but a lot of them were running away from social problems or rejections. They entered The World to have these safe connections but it was always fake, and they were always alone in their own thoughts. And yes Tsukasa of course, the brooding protagonist forced into a huge empty world and refusing to accept people as they came to him.

    I feel this song really manages to capture the supreme loneliness of social discontinuity and all its effects.
    spectator_ionon November 13, 2009   Link

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