"Fantasy (English)" as written by and Loco Eric Stephen Kupper....
The constellation of Leo is twinkling again, bestowing this earth with tears

From that day onwards, this back has one side's wing
The day dawns, memories from the stars fade away

Even this sky, even this song, why?
Losing colour, losing sound, they're not real
Your dream enfolds me, it becomes a star that goes on resonating

The starry sky is twinkling again, this earth is exalted with tears
The galloping time gives out light, this world without you is "fantasy"

Because of you, my heart is hurting

The splinters are still lodged there

Even this flower, even that bird, even the wind, even the moon; it stops time

Even if I close my eyes and make-believe, it's no use
You turned into ash, became so small
I don't understand, has this world gone mad? Peacefully, aaah

The starry sky is twinkling again, this earth is exalted with tears
The galloping time gives out light, this world without you is "fantasy"

How much time will pass, because the stars are falling...
So here, thrumming, the affections you had given me are "forever"

From that day onwards, this back has lost one side's wing


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    My InterpretationI can't believe this song doesn't have any comments! It's my favorite alice nine. song.

    I think the lyrics are pretty straight forward. It's about losing someone you love and trying to get over their memory. That's how I take it, at least.

    Anyways, it's a beautiful song ^^
    ultramarinelimeon February 05, 2009   Link
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    General CommentYeah, i like this song too .
    This is the 1st song that i've ever heard from alice nine and because of it i'm becoming alice nine's fans . XDXD
    cheekygieon August 23, 2009   Link

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