Alt Mirror Bell

Album art.
Album art.

Alt Mirror Bell

Vocals: 音沙汰 (Otosata)
Lyrics: Grand Thaw
Composed by: Grand Thaw
Album: Årstid Original Soundtrack
Group: Grand Thaw
Event: M3-25

Requested by: Frenz Fregnier


歌詞

鏡に映る 街並みに 佇む 寂れた教会
鏡に響く 鐘の鳴が 遠く遠く こだまする

鏡に降り 積もる雪 心を 覆い隠して
鏡に映る 思い出は 目の前から 消えてゆく

いつか見た光景 あの景色に もう手は 届かない
いつか聴いた 鐘の音色 もう 聞こえない

翼に積もる雪 心を凍てつかせ
鏡に映る記憶 涙と共に零れ 消えてゆく

鏡に映る 街並みは 雪に 覆い隠され
鏡に響く 鐘の鳴は 風の中に 消えていく

いつか見た光景 あの景色を もう一度 見せて欲しい
いつか聴いた 鐘の音色を もう一度 聞かせて

Romanisation

kagami ni utsuru machinami ni tatazumu sabireta kyoukai
kagami ni hibiku kane no nari ga tooku tooku kodama suru

kagami ni furi tsumoru yuki kokoro o oikakushite
kagami ni utsuru omoide wa me no mae kara kiete yuku

itsuka mita koukei ano keshiki ni mou te wa todokanai
itsuka kiita kagami no neiro mou kikoenai

tsubasa ni tsumoru yuki kokoro o itetsukase
kagami ni utsuru kioku namida to tomo ni kobore kiete yuku

kagami ni utsuru machinami wa yuki ni oikakusare
kagami ni hibiku kane no nari wa kaze no naka ni kiete iku

itsuka mita koukei ano keshiki o mou ichido misete hoshii
itsuka kiita kane no neiro o mou ichido kikasete

Translation

I stand in front of a deserted church in the streetscape reflected in the mirror.
The sound of the bell ringing in the mirror echoes far, far away.

The snow falling in the mirror cloaks my heart.
My memories reflected in the mirror vanish from sight.

I once saw that vista, but I can no longer reach out to it.
I can no longer hear the bell I once listened to.

The snow piling on my wings makes my heart freeze.
My memories reflected in the mirror fall and vanish with my tears.

The streetscape reflected in the mirror is cloaked in snow.
The sound of the bell ringing in the mirror vanishes in the wind.

I once saw that vista. I want you to show it to me again.
I once listened to that bell. I want you to let me hear it again.

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