Chorus: Lesu messiah ut tu mea de cantus
(Latin: "Jesus Messiah to you my song")

Never seen a bluer sky
Yeah I can feel it reaching out
and moving closer
There's something 'bout blue

Asked myself what it's all for
You know the funny thing about it
I couldn't answer
No, I couldn't answer

Things have turned a deeper shade of blue
and images that might be real
may be illusion
Keep flashing off and on

Wanna be free, Gonna be free
and move among the stars
You know they really aren't so far

Feels so free...
Gotta know free... Please...
Don't wake me from the dream
It's really everything it seemed

I'm so free...
No black and white in the blue

Everything is clearer now
Life is just a dream, you know
that's never ending
I'm ascending

Lyrics submitted by Lord_Vericuut, edited by Francisco Scaramanga

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    General Commentwell I love this song too, and yes it was perfect. But I think the whole meaning thing behind it is that Spike basically wants to die so that he can be free. Free from Vicious, the syndicate, and even free from living in a world without Julia. And that after the fight while he's laying there dying he sees it all clearly. Or at least that's what I think. I think that by then he would have realized that the whole thing between him, Vicious, and Julia was just stupid and now they were all gonna die from it. He was wondering what it was all for. And of coarse he said himself before, to Faye, that he was just living a dream.

    So I guess that's my take on it and btw, I believe Spike is still alive ^_^. I mean he's been through worse, being blown out of a church window and stuff. He'd defently live through Vicious. Also, Yoko Kanno arranged, wrote, and composed the song, but did not sing it. Mai Yamane did.
    KawaiiAyuon August 24, 2002   Link

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