"Doukoku to Sarinu" as written by Dai Ando (pka: Die), Toshimasa Hara (pka: Toshiya), Kaoru Niikura (pka: Kaoru), Shinya Terachi (pka: Shinya) and Hironori Nishimura (pka:kyo)....
Colorless and transparent
Limitless recklessness
How will you fit in?
Forcing M
Compensation for those you can't see

Cries in vain
Go mad
The vague rebellion
Cries in vain
Ways to destroy your ambition
Reborn

Faceless
The voice that's vague, too sweet, and sticky
Every night it increases in my brain and ends up
Filling my mouth
I'm behind you
I know it's desire opening its mouth, but
What do you want?
Your purely existence
I do not want to know

Water flows to your crooked face
The truth swims
Rot away
Without you

Cries in vain
Go mad
The vague rebellion
Cries in vain
Ways to destroy your ambition
Reborn
No saving me
Without not having anyone to blame
I start to go crazy
The blue empty sky and the bite mark
Where the hell is it?
Do you live?

Whose fault is it that I can't trust anymore?
The sun talks skillfully, bringing in the choice
That look good on the outside but are just dead ends
The body absorbs it all
Even mercy stains the unspoken skin
And keeps a secret of those pains that overflow
Rot away
Without you

Cries in vain
Go mad
The vague rebellion
Cries in vain
Ways to destroy your ambition
Reborn
So what if it's fate, destroy it


Lyrics submitted by Starlight.Minjoo

"Doukoku To Sarinu" as written by Hironori Nishimura (pka:kyo) Dai Ando (pka: Die)

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    My OpinionAh, my, this has become one of my favorite Dir en grey songs of all time. It has this energy and this completeness about it. It showcases their new sound so well. When Kyo begins singing the second (extended) chorus, the sound all melds until it's this wall of harmony, overlapping to point of completion.
    Karasu1792on January 28, 2009   Link

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