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August 2, 2009

[07-Ghost] Hitomi no Kotae

Filed under: 07-ghost — Tags: , — mayokohi @ 8:41 PM

Song: 瞳のこたえ | Hitomi no Kotae / The Eye’s Answer
Series: 07-Ghost
Album: 07-Ghost ED Single
Singer: Noria


瞳のこたえ

遠い懐かしき景色やさしい雪の薫り
途切れ途切れの記憶を紡いで道を探す

狂い出した運命(さだめ)に確かな目の前も
何もかも見えない

遠くて見えない小さな灯火
願うほどに失うもの
深い闇を斬り裂いてく
心は此処に在ると

奏でる賛美歌 温かい涙
零れ落ちる往き行く限り
天(そら)を仰ぐ緋い瞳
見つけた明日えへの道
歩き出す

何時か誓った言葉が鮮やかに甦る
辿り触れ行く記憶は棘の道のしるし

思い出した運命(さだめ)の全てを受け入れた
握る手は消せない

慈しむ祈り小さな微笑み
護るために導かれる
哀しみさえ斬り裂いてく
心は此処に在ると

繋がる歌声愛を知る涙
幾つもあるいのちの限り
天(そら) へ続く花のつばさ
さがせた明日への道
続いてく

最期の願いを叶えるのだとした
ひとつだけの光を届ける

遠くて見えない小さな灯火
願うほどに生うもの
深い闇を斬り裂いてく
心はに在ると

奏でる讃美歌温かい涙
零れ落ちる往き行く限り
翳りもなく迷いのない
瞳のこたえ抱いて進んでく

Hitomi no Kotae

tooi natsukashiki keshiki yasashii yuki no kaori
togire togire no kioku wo tsumuide michi wo sagasu

kuruidashita sadame ni tashika na me no mae mo
nanimo kamo mienai

tookute mienai chiisana tomoshibi
negau hodo ni ushinau mono
fukai yami wo kirisaiteku
kokoro ha koko ni aru to

kanaderu sanbika atatakai namida
kobore ochiru iki yuku kagiri
sora wo aogu akai hitomi
mitsuketa asu e no michi
arukidasu

itsuka chikatta kotoba ga azayaka ni yomigaeru
tadori fure yuku kioku wa ibara no michi no shirushi

omoidashita sadame mo subete wo ukeireta
nigiru te ha kesenai

itsukushimu inori chiisana hohoemi
mamoru tame ni michibikareru
kanashimi sae kirisaiteku
kokoro ha koko ni aru to

tsunagaru utagoe ai wo shiru namida
ikutsu mo aru inochi no kagiri
sora e tsuzuku hana no tsubasa
sagaseta asu e no michi
tsuzuiteku

saigo no negai wo kanaeru no da to shitara
hitotsu dake no hikari wo todokeru

tookute mienai chiisana tomoshibi
negau hodo ni ushinau mono
fukai yami wo kirisaiteku
kokoro ha koko ni aru to

kanaderu sanbika atatakai namida
kobore ochiru ikiyuku kagiri
kageri mo naku mayoi no nai
hitomi no kotae idaite susundeku

The Eye’s Answer

The far-away nostalgic landscape, the smell of snow
Piecing these broken memories together to search for the city

With this doomed fate, even in front of determined eyes
they may not see anything

The ray of light that is too far to be seen
The harder one prays for what he has lost
He can cut through the deep darkness
as long as his heart is here (in the right place)

The resounding hymns, the gentle tears
spill over as far as they can get
Red eyes glance up at the sky
As he walks
towards the city of tomorrow that he has found

The words of the oath taken before are vividly recalled
The emotional memories that he can remember are the evidence of a city of thorns*

He has wholly accepted his remembered destiny
which clawing hands cannot erase

The loving prayer, the small smile
which for the sake of protecting, leads the way
One can even cut through sadness
as long as his heart is here (in the right place)

The chorus of singing voices, the tears that know love
Lives that number beyond count
head for the sky, with flower-like wings
Continuing
towards the city of tomorrow that he has found

If he could have his last wish fulfilled
it is to reach that one and only light

The ray of light that is too far to be seen
The harder one prays for what he has lost
He can cut through the deep darkness
as long as his heart is here (in the right place)

The resounding hymns, the gentle tears
spill over as far as they can get
There is no doubt, no hesitation
for he has willingly embraced the eye’s answer

Reference
* city of thorns – Literally translated. It should mean a lost city. A clear example would be Disney’s Sleeping Beauty, where the castle was all thorned up (heh) and asleep before the prince came.

Notes: I used ‘he’ so it does not sound too vague. We (probably) already know who this song is referring to.

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