OST Final Fantasy X

kaze ga yoseta kotoba ni
oyoida kokoro
kumo ga hakobu ashita ni
hazunda koe

tsuki ga yureru kagami ni
furueta kokoro
hoshi ga nagare koboreta
yawarakai namida

suteki da ne
futari te wo tori aruketa nara
ikitai yo
kimi no machi ie ude no naka

sono mune
karada azuke
yoi ni magire
yumemiru

kaze ha tomari kotoba ha
yasashii maboroshi
kumo ha yabure ashita ha
tooku no koe

tsuki ga nijimu kagami wo
nagareta kokoro
hoshi ga yurete koboreta
kakusenai namida

suteki da ne
futari te wo tori aruketa nara
ikitai yo
kimi no machi ie ude no naka

sono kao
sotto furete
asa ni tokeru
yumemiru


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    Oh my... I'm surprised nobody has added a comment to this song! The meaning of the title is "Wonderful, Isn't It?" This song describes someone's (supposedly the singer's) emotions in a place she likes. The sky, stars, the wind... It is a wonderful feeling... She wants to share this feeling with someone, but that someone is whom she is dreaming of.

    It kinda means, to me, a longing or dream of her love. Kind of like, she misses him, and wants to be with him, but he's gone.... Truly a romantic song....

    Raialohaon April 17, 2004   Link
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    Can't miss the parallelism between the first and second parts of the song here. It seems to me like she is looking twice at the same place/memory, but it's like in the first part she still had hope, and later she is completely despairful.

    DNemon February 14, 2006   Link
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    General Comment

    this song is the main theme for Final Fantasy X, and i like Raialoha's interpretation, but i link it to the protagonists of the game, not the singer's feelings. it makes me think of Yuna and Tidus.

    i love this song, and recently learnt it on the piano, sounds absolutely beautiful, an epic love story that ended sadly.

    delindelon May 17, 2007   Link

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