彼岸花 [Red Spider Lily] || EastNewSound

彼岸花
higanbana
Red Spider Lily

original: 六十年目の東方裁判 ~ Fate of Sixty Years [Eastern Judgement in the Sixtieth Year ~ Fate of Sixty Years]
from: 東方花映塚 ~ Phantasmagoria of Flower View

arrangement: 黒鳥 (Kokuchou)
lyrics/vocals: 紫咲ほたる (Hotaru Murasaki)
album: Egoistic Flame
circle: EastNewSound

ありふれた悲しみと通り過ぎた熱
過ちを繰り返し生きる意味知る
arifureta kanashimi to toorisugita netsu
ayamachi o kurikaeshi ikiru imi shiru

A fever passed me by when I felt the usual sorrow.
I know the meaning of repeating mistakes in life.

生まれ落ちた嘘 飾り立てた真実を
全て吐き出して 朽ちる彼岸花
umare ochita uso kazaritateta kotae o
subete hakidashite kuchiru higanbana

Be it a lie that was born or an overdecorated answer –
Spit out everything, rotting red spider lily.

張り詰めた糸のように残酷な夢
ひとときの安らぎも望めないまま
緩やかに侵されて痛みだす胸
瞳には映らない正しさが欲しい
haritsumeta ito no you ni zankoku na yume
hitotoki no yasuragi mo nozomenai mama
yuruyaka ni okasarete itamidasu mune
hitomi ni wa utsuranai tadashisa ga hoshii

A cruel dream is similar to a strained thread.
I cannot wish for even a moment of tranquility.
A pain is carefully invading my chest.
I want the truth that isn’t reflected in your eyes.

ゆらゆら彷徨う声解いて
白黒つけましょう
ひとひら揺れてる花のように
この手で裁こう
yura yura samayou koe hodoite
shirokuro tsukemashou
hitohira yureteru hana no you ni
kono te de sabakou

I untie the swaying loitering voice,
Judging over guilt and innocence.
I will judge with these hands, that are
Like the petal of a shaking flower.

生まれ落ちた嘘 飾り立てた真実を
全て吐き出して 朽ちる彼岸花
umare ochita uso kazaritateta kotae o
subete hakidashite kuchiru higanbana

Be it a lie that was born or an overdecorated answer –
Spit out everything, rotting red spider lily.

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