Sunday, September 25, 2011

God Eater: God and Man


Another song from Donna Burke but not from Metal Gear Solid, this time it's from God Eater. A song about saying farewell. Let's not forget those who sacrificed their lives to save us from our sins. ­­Make sure that the captions are ON so you could see the lyrics while playing. ­­

God and Man
By: Donna Burke

Memories keep flooding in showing the paths I should've taken, but
now that time has run away from me I cannot change a thing.
I remember how you'd counsel me with wisdom of the ages true:
"Live your best life" you told me and "You walk the earth but once"

and now you've come, to see me once again, I feel safe at last;
Although I feel the end is coming closer unto me.
If I could only travel back in time, to peaceful days gone by.
But this is my price to pay: to not survive beyond this very day.

Oh, the pain is lessened when you're near, there is no fear.
I'm whole again as in days gone by, if only for a while.
But it hurts to have to leave you so, I don't want to go.
Could this sacrifice cost me my life?

Oh, just to live my life again, to treasure every little moment then,
satisfied, I'd leave you all behind, accepting of my fate.
But I am full of grief, to leave this life so incomplete.
My dream is coming to the end.

And now the light is fading, broken wings have brought the journey's end.
Your voice, that led me safe thus far is fading from my ears.
You were everything to me, a light to guide me in my darkest hour;
don't want to say goodbye just yet, don't want to be alone

and then you come, to hold me once again, I feel safe at last.
Although I feel the end is coming closer unto me.
If I could only travel back in time, to peaceful days gone by.
But this is my price to pay: to not survive beyond this very day.

Oh, the pain is lessened when you're near, there is no fear.
I'm whole again as in days gone by, if only for a while.
But it hurts to have to leave you so, I don't want to go.
Could this sacrifice cost me my life?

Oh, tomorrow will not ever come, my night's begun.
And I must travel far beyond, to places yet unseen.
Remember me, and treasure everyday; even come what may
forget not the precious gift of time, I pray.

Oh, just to live my life again, to treasure every little moment then,
satisfied, I'd leave you all behind, accepting of my fate.
But I am full of grief to leave this life so incomplete.
My dream is coming to the end.

   

I originally planned to post a combo video that I captured and edited myself to celebrate reaching 100,000 hits on the page view counter, but it took me quite some time to finish encoding it and now I have trouble uploading it to YouTube because the filesize reached 340MB. At max I could only upload around 50KB/s so It'll take a lot of time to upload.

I'll post the video tomorrow if I could finish uploading it without any interruptions. Else, I'll probably just post another song or an anime review. See ya~

11 comments:

Fang said...

So beautiful :'C

Max Power said...

wow great song and great blog!

neatfit said...

Wow, 100k hits. And 50kb/s up? It'll take you the whole night. I like having this kind of music on my background while playing, I'll save this.

Hasidic Plumber said...

Oh wow 100k is a big milestone. Congratulations sir, you deserve it. You have a very nice site going on.

My 2 Pesos said...

How does God taste like?

Shaw said...

She's getting alot of work

DWei said...

Grats on your milestone, I'm at like 1/50 of that.

Rawr said...

cool blog design,
followin you!

Orang3 said...

Just discovered your blog, nice one! you have a new follower sir!

Mai Yang said...

wow. such a meaningful song.

re your comment: yes, My nickname is Mai and Hazel's Ching (but I call her Chai and she calls me Chei), Janine is plainly Janine :)

Adam said...

Nice blog sir

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