shisen no kaze wa boku no hitai ni ana wo
ano wo aketa mama
shisen ko kaze kono sekai ni zutto zutto fukiareru

erase all will only light, hito wa mumei no mama
leave me without delight mina kiete yuku...

wameki susurinaki aegu koe sorera wo saegiru you ni oshi tsutsumi hirogaru silence...(silence silence)

erase all will only light, hito wa mumei no mama
leave me without delight mina kiete yuku...

hajimete shi wo ishiki shita ano osanai hi wo omoinagara
hikari wo saketa boku wa hitori obieta heya ni tori tsukarete iru

sekai kara subete no iro ga naku naru hi wo...

kimi to no saikai no toki
koroshitai to omou daro ka ? dakitai to omou darou ka ?

erase all will only light, hito wa mumei no mama
leave me without delight mina kiete yuku...

sekai kara subete no iro ga
dakishimeta kioku to sora
kotoba yori kimochi yori me no mae no anata dake
natsukashii kioku to ima
me ga kuramu ashi ga sukumu hone ga kishimu hone ga furueru
dakishimeta kioku to sora
kotoba yori kimochi yori me no mae no anata dake
natsukashii kioku ga ima
me ga kuramu ashi ga sukumu hone ga kishimu hone ga furueru


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    ...Tetsu's not that bad... ...most of the time... ... cough ...eh... right...

    lil_angelkyoon August 13, 2002   Link
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    oh, come on kyo! I love Tetsu. His english is better than Klaha's, that's for sure...and for what it's worth, I think he wrote some of the best and catchiest lyrics the band ever did. Aside from that, the band's earlier stuff is so much more dark and metal than the poppy stuff they did with the other singers. Now, let's get a translation so I can figure out just what is so significant about "memory and sky"

    kokoutsuon June 22, 2003   Link

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