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Coils of Light is the Dark Arisen end theme, also available on the Dark Arisen Soundtrack.

English Lyrics[]

All riven, kith and kin,
all given for this, a never-ending riddle,
my flesh worn, heart betorn,
mind, by mem'ry, begyved...
 
As I wander, cold and immane
whither now my mother, my flame.
And along the coils of light,
the life I desire.
 
"Anon must we part"
Words like a dart, red and dire,
eyne that accoyed with their heat.
 
O! How I have seen the Dragon's Dogma!
Unbound by time, all-binding, grand design,
land and skies and seas yearn,
finish the Cycle of Eternal Return.
 
When thou pulledst this boy from the sand,
didst thou see him bearded, with brand?
And within the coils of light, when our blades took flight-
What future didst thou envision?
 
As I keep this frozen demesne,
whither now my mother, my flame;
And along the coils of light,
the life I desire.

Japanese Lyrics (Romaji)[]

Toki o kasane
Afureru nukumori kanji teta
Kioku kokoro
Inishie ni...

Hateshinaku tsudzuku
Eien no umi e
Shikkoku no sekai
Samayō

"Sayonara" to
Tsugezu ni wakareta
Aisuruhito no
Tame Sa a susume

Yamu koto naku
Ryū ga michibiku hikari e to
Toki o koete
Sora to mirai o tsunagu

Kono mune no kizu ga
Kataru mono wa nani
Moshi itsuwari no
Sadamenara yumedeareba ī

Naze tatakau no ka
Oshietekudasai
Subete terashi dasu
COILS OF LIGHT!

O! How I have seen the Dragon's Dogma!
Unbound by time, all-binding, grand design,
land and skies and seas yearn,
finish the Cycle of Eternal Return...
finish the Cycle of Eternal Return.

Notes[]

  • The words of the lyrics make use of archaic English terms: kith and kin means countrymen and family; (be)gyved means shackeled; immane - monstrous; anon - soon; accoyed - calmed or subdued; eyne - eyes. Brand can mean a sword or the mark the dragon leaves after stealing the Arisen's heart.
  • Japanese version is sung by jpop artist Raychell on the album L>R.
  • Lyrics source: Pastebin.
  • The Dark Arisen menu theme is Eternal Return sung by Aubrey Ashburn.
  • The English version is sung by William Montgomery.
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