Cur in gremio haeremus?
Cur poenam cordi parvo damus?
Stella nobis non concessit, non concessit
Stella nobis non concessit, non concessit
Venarum pulsus in terram fluens

Parvus, parvus pulsus
Cor mortem ducens

Vita mollis in stellam redeunt
Animam sacrificare necesse est?
Cur in gremio haeremus?
Cur veniam petimus
In terram fatali?

Translation:
Why do we stay in the womb?
Why do we provide punishment to our weak hearts?
Our star wouldn't allow, wouldn't allow
Our planet wouldn't allow, wouldn't allow
The pulse of veins in the Earth flowing

Faint, faint pulse
Of the heart leading to death

The weak life returns to the planet
Is it necessary to sacrifice the soul?
Why do we stay in the womb?
Why do we beg for forgiveness
In the fateful Earth?


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    General Commenta very haunting requiem. could the womb they speak of be JENOVA? if so, i think it shows a differant side of Sepheroth, almost like a tender child voyaging off to carry out his beloved mothers work. maybe to try heal her?
    lord decayon January 17, 2007   Link

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