Lyrics & Song Info » Point Zero

Music: Yuki Kajiura
Lyrics: Yuki Kajiura
Arrangement: Yuki Kajiura
Vocals: Yuri Kasahara, Tokyo Konsei

Appearances:
Fate/Zero Original Soundtrack Vol. 1: Track 1, 20 (To Be Continued)
FictionJunction 2010-2013 The BEST of Yuki Kajiura LIVE, vol 2: Disc 3, Track 5

Note: To Be Continued is a short clip of Point Zero; therefore, it’s technically the same song. Lyrics are listed below.


Kajiurago

asorti…
adita solti miya…
aa…

alta mista
mistima sortiya
adorteya adolo…

sorti oda mista
arti kasa mita
idi sorta miya
arta sorti asa
sorti oda mista
arti kasa miya
idi sorta miya
arta sorti ata
aa…

adistayi mida wo
aaliya wa
isorta mista
arta sorti arta
(aa…)
sorta esta iya


To be continued

sorti oda mista
arti kasa mita
idi sorta miya

Transliteration by ninetales

11 Responses to “Point Zero”

  1. Bulake Says:

    What does these lyrics mean? Do you have an English version? Thanks! I like this song very much.

  2. 555lia555 Says:

    bulake, these lyrics can’t be translated, because Kajiura created this lyrics “kajiuran”, it’s a mix between japanese, italian, latin… they have no special meaning

    but me too, I really feel in love with this song, the chorus and the music are just perfect, Kajiura is really a god seriously lol

  3. Bulake Says:

    HAHAHA, I see! Thanks for the explanation! This is the best anime OST I’ve ever heard in 2011-2012. Thanks for the lyrics. At least now I know how to read them haha!

  4. Bulake Says:

    By the way, do you know the name of the singer? I know Hisako Sasaki was the singer of La Sola. Seems the singer of Point Zero is another one.

  5. 555lia555 Says:

    good question, Yuri Kasahara is a singer of this song (the opera’s voice), but when I listen, I think I hear Yuriko, but I think as always, Kajiura uses her projects (fictionjunction and kalafina), but I hear male voices, that’s why I think Tokyo Konsei sings too.

    I hope I’m clear, and I hope it’s the correct anwser to your question 🙂

  6. Bulake Says:

    Awesome! Thanks! You really know very well about Japanese singers! I’m gonna search Yuri Kasahara’s videos on Youtube now.

  7. 555lia555 Says:

    you are welcome and thanks to you ! 🙂

    I don’t really know about japanese singers in general, but I listen kajiura’s musics since 5 years, that’s why I know a lot about her projects.

    if you have other questions, don’t hesitate. ^^

    (I’m sorry for my english, but I’m french, and I’m a little bad in this language é-è)

  8. Bulake Says:

    Sounds great! Your English is awesome! I will come back whenever I have questions. BTW, this is a great website!

  9. Li-Li Says:

    Thanks for the translteration! I was wondering for a long time whether the vocals were purely Latin. Do you happen to know the kanji for “Kajiurago”? because I thought it may mean something along the lines of “Falsetto Incantation” but can’t tell for sure.

  10. george1234 Says:

    The kajiuragos are not written in kanji, but with latin letters (that is proven by some papers with lyrics that were given to fans during one of the YK lives, and spefically of Lotus and Credens Justitiam. We have copied the lyrics from these papers to the respective lyrics page, so please check them out 🙂 ). The only time they are written in japanese way or writing, is for the vocalists to understand them better (Yuriko had said so in an FJ interview).

  11. Blackthorne Says:

    I was curious as well as to what these lyrics mean, which how I managed to find this site. Fate/Zero’s OSTs are among the best I’ve ever heard. Kudos to Yuki Kajiura for her great work.

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