ラストシーン ~ Sel’m

「ラストシーン」
Sel’m

何処からか流れていく血液は温かく
此処にいる それが全てのsignで

生まれては死を待つだけ 枯葉の様に
色彩を楽しめば 燃え尽きるほどの恋もしたのだろう…

愛する貴方のラストシーンを
この瞳に映しては微笑み 嘆きの海へと
声は届かず…

忘れいく時間は残酷で 想い出を溶かし
歩幅さえ ズレていく様で
袖を拒む君は薄れる

深い悲しみに酔っているだけ 逃げ場のない、どしゃぶりの雨でも
傘を差して、右胸に手をあてる 想いを焦がすように

貴方の声が心を癒して 時に苦しくもなり
嘆く ただ嘆いている 私を壊す

愛する貴方の声が心を癒して 時に苦しくもなり
嘆く ただ嘆いている 私を壊す

愛する貴方のラストシーンを
この瞳に映しては微笑み 深い海へのまれ…

もうすぐ傍へ…声が届くように

~♦~

‘Last Scene’
by Sel’m

The blood flowing from somewhere is warm
I am here, that is the sign of everything

Born only to await death, like a withered leaf,
If I enjoyed the colors maybe I could’ve had a love that would burn me up…

Projecting the last scene of you who I love
in these eyes I smile, my voice does not reach across the sea of grief…

As I gradually forget time is so cruel, dissolving my memories,
it seems like even my steps are deviating,
you who refused my sleeve fade away*

Just intoxicated by deep sorrow, nowhere to run, even in the pouring rain
I open an umbrella, place my hand on the right side of my chest
as if scorching in the feelings

Your voice healed me, and at times became painful
I grieve, break me who is only grieving

Beloved, your voice healed me, and at times became painful
I grieve, break me who is only grieving

Projecting the last scene of you who I love
in these eyes I smile, swallowed up by the deep sea…

Soon I’ll be at your side…so that my voice will reach

* I get the feeling this might be an expression or metaphor, but I’m not sure what it means if it is.

One thought on “ラストシーン ~ Sel’m”

  1. I actually think the reference to “sleeve” is possibly a double meaning here. There’s a saying, “to wear one’s heart on their sleeve” – perhaps it’s referencing the refusal of his feelings that he wore openly.

    It can also mean a wing of a stage. Perhaps someone refused to stand on the same stage as him, which might make sense considering the song’s title is “Last Scene,” like the final act of a play. “You who refused to stand on the same stage as I” – stating they weren’t there for the final act.

    Oh well, open to interpretation I guess.

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