"Dozing Green (Uroboros version)" as written by Dai Ando (pka: Die), Toshimasa Hara (pka: Toshiya), Kaoru Niikura (pka: Kaoru), Shinya Terachi (pka: Shinya) and Hironori Nishimura (pka:kyo)....
Mesmerized by those eyes with bugs crawling on them, my breathing stops
My heart calms itself
The refreshing sun mixes in with sound of the rain

My slashed heart dances, and I question in vain
The white voice, the leaking of the breath in the sun

The obscene exposure of the wound
Disappears into nothing, the wind of dogma
Your melting heart

The dark morning, echoing goodbye

My slashed heart dances, and I question in vain
I just want to be alone right now

A single season of spring, even the tearful neck and you crawling the earth

Love me

Abandon hope

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"Dozing Green" as written by Hironori Nishimura (pka:kyo) Dai Ando (pka: Die)

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    General CommentEven though these are 2 entirely different versions, their meanings in a way are similar. Good job to Kyo though, his english is getting better. I'm trying to find the lyrics to the Before Construction Ver. of the song.
    Shibooon November 17, 2008   Link
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    General CommentI love the Uroboros version, though I liked the first one as well ^^
    Am I the only one, that has noticed the sound of Kyo's voice at the very end? Now that was something out of this world..It sounded like some kind of ancient instrument or a voice of a ghost..amazing ><
    And I agree with Shiboo, his english definitely IS getting better XDD
    XsecondXschopenhauerXon January 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI hope someone can find the lyrics to the Before Construction version.

    And Kyo's english does sound better, but I had always thought he mispronounced things on purpose for some reason.
    Ukokuon April 01, 2009   Link

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