"Nausea & Shudder (english)" as written by Takanori Matsumoto (mem Of The Gazette), Koyo Takashima (mem Of The Gazette), Yu Shiroyama (mem Of The Gazette), Ryo Suzuki (mem Of The Gazette) and Yutaka Menjo...
So long hikari no mukou e
So long na mo naki jiyuu e
So long fuan wo nomikome
So long dare yori mo takaku tobe

Ana darake no hane wo haide tobikome me wo kojiake
Soko ga doro mamire no heaven darou ga sumeba rakuentte sa
Mekki ga hageta hibi wo seoi tanchou na baseidomo wo kurae
Kizu wo eguru you ni susume sou me no mae no real ga subete

So long yami wo saite
So long na mo naki jiyuu e
So long fuan wo nomikome
So long furueru kodou

Loop jimonjitou loop jikokeno
Loop suru kurushimi no hate ore wa heaven's door wo nagameteru

Mure wo nashite nishi e mukou tori wa yagate kodoku wo shiru
Soshite yaseta hane wo might itta "soko ni wa nozomu subete ga aru no kai?"
Dare mo ga mita keshiki yori mo kage ochiteiku chi no hate wo
Soshite kieteshimaisou na hi ni tsuyoku inotta


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"Nausea & Shudder" as written by Ryo Suzuki (mem Of The Gazette) Koyo Takashima (mem Of The Gazette)

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    General Comment...hmmm...im still tryin to figure this one out...
    I think its about death and dying, but being cynical about heaven and the afterlife...
    is he killing himself in the song?
    Little lost but I LOVE this song.
    So manly and RAAh when Ruki does his thing.
    Always a pleasure to hear it.
    deadxlettersxcon June 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commentok ok now i think its about conformitiy.
    Maybe choking down a boring life we don't want to lead...still pretty cynical.
    deadxlettersxcon June 14, 2007   Link
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    General Commenti think it's about dissillusionment, being forced to fit into a mould by someone else, and hating it, but still carrying on.

    the first verse is about something really looked forward to - something anticipated and dreamed about, and then when it is reached, the realiseation slowly trickles over the person - 'this is not what it seemed from the outside. this is hell, even though it looks like paradise to an outsider.' I think this line illustrates this concept well - ''Even if HEAVEN is covered with mud, it becomes a paradise
    when we live in it.''

    The second verse is introspective i think. He looks in on himself and asks, 'is this what i wanted - did i truly wish to be like this?' he also mentions that he could escape from the life, but the fear of uncertainty in his future keeps him from leaving.

    Interesting song. Ruki has a way of conveying things in his lyrics that is fascinatingly different and intriguing.
    kazenoyounion April 30, 2008   Link

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