Somewhere out there

Somewhere out there beneath the pale moonlight
Someone's thinking of me and loving me tonight
Somewhere out there someone's saying a prayer
That we'll find one another in that dream somewhere out there

And even though I know how very far apart we are
It helps to think we might be wishin' on the same bright star
And when the night wind starts to sing a lonesome lullaby
It helps to think we're sleeping underneath the same big sky

Somewhere out there if love can see us through (love can see us through)
Then we'll be together somewhere out there
Out where dreams come true
- Linda Ronstadt

This is one nice song which suddenly caught me while I was listening to my music just now. Quietly, listening to this music, dun you also wish that somewhere out there, someone is thinking and loving you? Hmm....

Then another one played, a Japanese number:

Kimi no te de kirisaite Tooi hi no kioku wo
Kanashimi no iki no ne wo tometekure yo
Saa Ai ni kogareta mune wo tsuranuke
(Cleave apart the memories of those faraway days with your hands
End the breath of sadness. Come on, pierce through my chest made anxious by love)

Asu ga kuru hazu no sora wo mite Mayou bakari no kokoro moteamashiteru
Katawara no tori ga habataita Doko ka hikari wo mitsukerareta no ka na
(Looking at the sky in which the tomorrow will come, I don't know what to do with my heart that is only lost. Birds by my side flew away- I wonder if they found light somewhere )

Naa Omae no se ni ore mo nosetekurenai ka?
Soshite ichiban takai toko de okizari ni shite yasashisa kara toozakete
(Come now, won't you let me ride on your back, too? Then keep far away from the kindess that I deserted at the highest place)

Kimi no te de kirisaite Tooi hi no kioku wo
Kanashimi no iki no ne wo tometekure yo
Saa Ai ni kogareta mune wo tsuranuke
(Cleave apart the memories of those faraway days with your hands
End the breath of sadness. Come on, pierce through my chest made anxious by love)

Tori wo yuuyami ni miokutta Chi wo hau bakari no ore wo kaze ga nazeru
Hane ga hoshii to wa iwanai sa Semete chuu ni mau MELISSA no ha ni naritai
(I saw off birds into the dark evening, the wind strokes the me who merely crawls the ground. I won't say that I want wings; I want to become melissa leaves dancing in midair, at least)

Mou Zuibun to tachitsukushite mita kedo
Tabun kotae wa nai no darou Kono kaze ni mo iku ate nado nai you ni
(I've already tried to keep standing many times. But that's probably not the answer, right? 'Cause then I won't go against this wind)

Kimi no te de kagi wo kakete Tamerai nado nai daro
Machigatte mo Nidoto aku koto no nai you ni
Saa Jou no ochiru oto de owarasete
(Take the key with your hands, you won't be hesitating, right? Even if you were wrong, if it seems that it'd never open again. Come on, end it with the sound of a lock falling)

Sukui no nai tamashii wa nagasarete kieyuku
Kieteyuku shunkan ni wazuka hikaru
Ima Tsuki ga michiru yoru wo umidasu no sa
(A soul that cannot be saved drifts and disappears. In the instant it vanishes, it shines faintly. Now, it creates a night with a full moon)
- Porno Graffiti

This is actually first opening soundtrack from the anime 'Fullmetal Alchemist', called 'Melissa', and till this day remains one and only of my favourite J-Rock music. I managed to find the lyrics and find that it's quite interesting. Interested fans who are interested to know how the music goes can go to this site: www.fullmetalalchemist.info and I do recommend the anime to all potential anime fans cos it's very exciting save for the ending part. I won't touch on Naruto cos it's the very basic that all anime fans should watch.

I 'accidentally' bumped into another one of my friends' blog again. I have been 'accidentally' entering my friends' blogs only to know that it's their blog. Anyway, the reason why I mention this friend's blog is that he posted up something interesting in his 26/9 entry. Here's the link for those who are interested : link!! I'm not gonna comment on it here today but maybe sometimes.

Meanwhile I have also 'crashed' into another friend's 'multiply' journal... dun know that counts as a blog or not but she asked an interesting question in one of her entries: On the eve of an important exam, will you cater to your best friend's need, provided that he/she is desperately in need of someone to help, or will you heck care and study for your exam? Hmm.... I'll answer that question in my next entry. Akan Datang.

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