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Lyrics & Song Info » M01 [Kara no Kyoukai 1: Fukan Fukei], M38 Kara no Kyoukai: Mirai Fukuin / extra chorus [空の境界 未来福音] OST


Music: Yuki Kajiura
Lyrics: Yuki Kajiura
Arrangement: Yuki Kajiura
Vocals: Kalafina, Fion
[Musicians for Mirai Fukuin OST’s  M38, which has same lyrics:  Hirotaka Sakurada (Piano), Kiyo Kido Strings (Strings), Yuki Kajiura (All Keyboards and Programming)]

Kara no Kyoukai 1: Fukan Fukei OST: Track 1
Kara no Kyoukai: Mirai Fukuin / extra chorus [空の境界 未来福音] OST: Track 34


ah, tortiya
filmihi hahitome

morti miya
filmihi hahitome

esta meta
imi iyamita
imi sorte


Transliteration by Kerahna, corrected by ninetales

7 responses

  1. unguanime says:

    I wonder what language it is…..

  2. unguanime says:

    Eh? I’m sorry, I didn’t read “Kajiurago” ^^

  3. vip says:

    Can any 1 tell me what does that mean?? I know that you said its kajiurago,but it looks like Latin,Heprew or some kind of an old language .. after all i think kajiura San didn’t but anything meaningless .. peace ^_^

  4. george1234 says:

    It doesnt matter what you read. Kajiura -san made the language meaningless (by putting together words from different languages) in order to not distract the audience from the film/anime they are watching and so that it can be used in different situations check out here

  5. Kuri Lin says:

    I didn’t know this was already there. Thanks!

  6. Kuri Lin says:

    By the way, in the Fukan Fuukei mix of Oblivious, I definitely hear what sounds like “soltiya” instead of “nortiya”.

  7. Hiram says:

    Does anyone know in what other songs is this one used?

    I mean like in Kalafina’s Oblivious the intro is the start of this song (at least in the live concert)

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