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Kimi to Taiyou ga Shinda Hi
HOTD-album

Song title:

Kimi to Taiyou ga Shinda Hi

Ending Song:

Episode 1

Preformed by:

Maon Kurosaki

Album:

H.O.T.D.

Kimi to Taiyou ga Shinda Hi is the ending song for the first episode in the anime Spring of the DEAD. It is also the first song on Maon Kurosaki's H.O.T.D album.


Maon Kurosaki - Kimi to Taiyou ga Shinda Hi03:38

Maon Kurosaki - Kimi to Taiyou ga Shinda Hi

LryicsEdit

Romaji TranslationEdit

English TranslationEdit

owaranai sekai no naka de
sakimidareta saigo no kotoba yo
sneer at the despair
mou furikaeranai
koe wo karashite sakebe
In this never-ending world,
oh, the profusely blooming last words,
sneer at the despair!
We will no longer turn back;
bellow at the top of your lungs!
atarimae no nichijou ga hazeru
kimi to taiyou ga shinda hi
The usual everyday scenes are now bursting open,
on the day when you and the sun perished.
nozomanai NOIZU no uzu ni
hitoshirezu ni nomikomarete yuku
wasurenai de watashi no koe wo
mata deau sono hi made
Unaware to anyone, I'm slowly being swallowed
into a whirlpool of unwanted noises.
Do not forget the sound of my voice,
until the day when we reunite.
ubatta te no itami wa
taemanaku kasanatteku
kudaketa GARASU
nigeru shinjitsu
nagareta kuroi namida
The pain in my snatching hands
endlessly multiply on and on.
Shattered glass,
elusive truths,
and flowing black tears...
maichiru kisetsu yo
zetsubou e michibike
Oh, the scattering seasons,
lead me towards despair!
hajimatta kono KARUMA ni mo
kanarazu kitto imi ga aru dakara
decide, and get my way sou kimi rashiku are
mayoi uchinuki susume
There must be some hidden meaning
to this already-begun karma, so
decide, and get my way. Yes, be yourself,
shatter your hesitation, and advance forward!
sayonara mou iku yo
owari no hajimari e
Farewell. I'll get going now,
towards the beginning of the end.

TriviaEdit

  • The English name for the song is "The Day When You and the Sun Perished"
  • Maon Kurosaki preformed "Kimi to Taiyou ga Shinda Hi" live on July 5, 2010. The same day  "Spiring of the DEAD" was originally aired.

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