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Omoidaseba haruka haruka
Mirai wa doko made mo kagayaiteta
Kirei na aozora no shita de
Bokura wa sukoshi dake obieteita

Natsukashii iro ni mado go somaru

Mae wo muitereba mata aemasu ka
Mirai wa doko edemo tsuduiterunda
Ookina kanban no shita de
Jidai no utsuroi wo miteitai na

Nido to aenu hito ni basho ni
Mado wo akeru

Omoidaseba haruka haruka
Mirai wa doko made mo kagayaiteta
Kirei na aozora no shita de
Bokura wa itsumademo nemutte ita

Zutto mae ni suki datta hito
Fuyu ni kodomo ga umareru sou da
Mukashi kara no kimari goto wo
Tama ni utagaitaku naru yo
Zutto wasurerarenakatta no
Nengajou wa shashin tsuki kana
Watashitachi ni dekinakatta koto wo
Totemo natsukashiku omou yo

Aozora no shita de

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    jdunn5Sep 30, 2008 at 3:35 pm
    It is a conversation between Sora and Riku. Riku is the inverse of Sora and that is why its sung backwards.
  • 6bryan9
    6bryan9Apr 5, 2008 at 6:35 am
    The 2nd voice (in the parenthises) is sang backwards
    as in "wonk ouy naht noitceffa erom deen I"
    It is the chant you hear between those lines

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