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Sound Horizon – Ark lyrics

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    This song basically centered about Subject 1096 / soror and Subject 1076 / frater. The two are part of an experiment held by a scientist so they were alone. They were actually siblings but they had no trace of memories being siblings. After a long time being together, they fell in love with each other. Somehow, frater realized the fact of he and soror are siblings - and decided to push himself away from soror. Soror was not aware of this reality but was upset because frater was suddenly cold to her. This caused frater to explain the truth to soror, but her fragile heart could not accept it. She lied to herself - that this is not true - and killed her brother with a knife which resembled an Ark to 'bring' her to the 'paradise'. Due to her actions, she was locked down in a cell, which explained the first line of the lyrics - "Hakoniwa wo kataru ori no naka de kindan no kikan ni te wo kuwaete," - And the second is about the scientist, exclaming they were too proud of the successful experiment, and exclaimed that they are 'Gods'. She denied it. - "Ogoreru munou na kami ni demo natta tsumori nano..." She became insane after this incident and this was noticable when she said out loud to his brother - "Saa, rakuen he kaerimashou, Onii-sama.." - she laughed madly after saying this.
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