L'Arc~en~Ciel/Loreley

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Loreley

L'Arc~en~Ciel



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And so I play my guitar
I always play my guitar

Karamiau saigetsu wo tadoru tabiji de
Mabuta ni kanjiru yuiitsu no honoo

Natsu no nagori wo utsusu minamo e
Hanatsu senritsu yo - tooku tooku kanawanakutomo

Hatenai nagare ni wa setsuna no oto
Yurarete mori e yama e to tadayou
Ai senai arasoi sae nami ni nomare
Yudaneta uta wa anata e to shizumu

Forever rairara rairarara hitoshizuku no hamon
Forever rairara rairarara omoi ni oboreru

Yureru edaha no oto
I always play my guitar

Chiisana kage ni obieru watashi ga
Okashii kai? Soyogu ooinaru kawa yo

Matataku seimei shinka ni fukarete
Haruka na kioku ni - tooku tooku nani wo mitsumeru

Hatenai nagare ni wa setsuna no oto
Yurarete mori e yama e to tadayou
Ai senai arasoi sae nami ni nomare
Yudaneta uta wa anata e to shizumu

Forever rairara rairarara rekishi no nagame ni
Forever rairara rairarara sotto dakareru
Yurarete yurarete

And so I play my guitar
I always play my guitar

On a journey tracing the tangled years
I can feel a single flame on my eyelids

The surface of the water reflects the remains of summer
As the melody plays - distant, distant, even if it doesn't come true

A momentary sound in the endless flow
Swaying and drifting towards the forest, towards the mountains
Even the unlovable struggle is swallowed up by the waves
The song sinks down to you

Forever lailala lailalala the ripple of a single drop
Forever lailala lailalala drowning in memories

The sound of rustling branches
I always play my guitar

Am I strange for being afraid
Of a small shadow? The rustle of a great river

The twinkling lifeforms imblued with evolution
The distant memories - what are you looking at so far, far away?

A momentary sound in the endless flow
Swaying and drifting towards the forest, towards the mountains
Even the unlovable struggle is swallowed up by the waves
The song sinks down to you

Forever lailala lailalala gently embraced
Forever lailala lailalala by history
Swaying, swaying

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