Japanese:
Sotto na kareru shiro ni kawaitaku na kato de
Hairo no watashi wa tada jitte kieteiku no

Need to die

Hoshi wo atsumete tsukuru suna no oshiro ni
Watashi no sasayaka na inori
Konorete ochiru sono ashi no oto wa machibusete nagidasu

Negai dareka ga...

English Translation:
In the quietly withering castle
in a thirsty time of change
An ash colored me is just vanishing slowly

Need to die

Gather the stars and building a castle of sand
Where I utter a soft prayer
Ambushed by those footsteps falling into dust, flowing away

Please, someone...


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    General CommentI like this song a lot. It's the ending song of Vampire Knight Guilty, and it's awesome! It's sad though, the begining tune of it sounds depressing, and I think it's a sad depressing Japanese song. It's sad because I think a person wants to die, it's a sad depressing song that kind of reminds me of this song, "Take Me Under" by Three Days Grace. Then how she plays the chello to sad depressing tune then she says "Need to die". That's what I think of this song.
    RockerTwilighter109on March 15, 2009   Link
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    General CommentI like this song a lot. It's the ending song of Vampire Knight Guilty, and it's awesome! It's sad though, the begining tune of it sounds depressing, and I think it's a sad depressing Japanese song. It's sad because I think a person wants to die, it's a sad depressing song that kind of reminds me of this song, "Take Me Under" by Three Days Grace. Then how she plays the chello to sad depressing tune then she says "Need to die". That's what I think of this song.
    RockerTwilighter109on March 15, 2009   Link

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