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Clockwork Lullaby
NND / YT (subbed)
Original ぜんまい仕掛けの子守唄
Romaji Zenmai Jikake no Komoriuta
English Clockwork lullaby I
Singer(s) Kagamine Rin
Release Date March 22, 2008
Chronology
Series Clockwork Lullaby Series
For other uses, see Clockwork Lullaby (disambiguation)
"This singing voice is the clockwork lullaby."
―Unknown girl[src]

Clockwork Lullaby is a song released by Akuno-P on March 22, 2008. It is the second song in the Clockwork Lullaby Series.

PlotEdit

The song is set in an unspecified time and place. A mysterious singer, after obtaining the "key called words," begins to tie them into a song: a lullaby she wanted others to listen to, with a distinctive "Lu Li La" pattern. She also takes a toy she had always wanted and throws it out a window.

The singer questions the wishes and desires of the humankind, and she tells them to "go to sleep." She expresses uncertainty about the song healing the heart of someone with a sin of desire. The singer mentions twelve songs that denote time with scattered keywords; as she searches for proof of her existence in "Pandora's box", she discovers she isn't anyone. Regardless, she declares that she will continue singing, believing that the memories and traumas will continue melting and blending with the song.

LyricsEdit

いつもの通りに詞を教えて
わたしはそれらを唄へと変えよう

妄想の中で何を手に入れた?
たったひとつの真実の唄

るりらるりら この歌声は
誰の元へと届くのかな?
詞という鍵を手にいれ
開く未知の扉

欲しいと願って手に入れたおもちゃを
両手で抱えて窓から捨てたの

満足することのない人間たちよ
何を望み何を手に入れる?
疲れたならば今はただ
眠りなさい

るりらるりら この子守唄
あなたの心癒せるかな?
欲望という罪を抱えて
今は夢を見ている

時を示す12の唄
バラバラのキーワード

パンドラの箱を覗いて
探し続けた存在証明
箱庭の中の私は結局
何者でもなかった

るりらるりら この歌声は
ぜんまい仕掛けの子守唄
あなたが廻してくれないと
止まってしまうの

花のような思い出たちも
泥のようなトラウマさえも
廻り続けて溶けていくの
すべてわたしの中で

Itsumo no toori ni kotoba wo oshiete
Watashi wa sorera wo uta e to kaeyou

Mousou no naka de nani wo te ni ireta?
Tatta hitotsu no shinjitsu no uta

Ru ri ra ru ri ra kono utagoe wa
Dare no moto e to todoku no ka na?
Kotoba to iu kagi wo te ni ire
Hiraku michi no tobira

Hoshii to negatte te ni ireta omocha wo
Ryoute de kakaete mado kara suteta no

Manzoku suru koto no nai ningentachi yo
Nani wo nozomi nani wo te ni ireru?
Tsukareta naraba ima wa tada
Nemurinasai

Ru ri ra ru ri ra kono komoriuta
Anata no kokoro iyaseru ka na?
Yokubou to iu tsumi wo kakaete
Ima wa yume wo mite iru

Toki wo shimesu juuni no uta
Barabara no KIIWAADO

PANDORA no hako wo nozoite
Sagashitsuduketa sonzai shoumei
Hakoniwa no naka no watashi wa kekkyoku
Nanimono demo nakatta

Ru ri ra ru ri ra kono utagoe wa
Zenmaijikake no komoriuta
Anata ga mawashite kurenai to
Tomatte shimau no

Hana no you na omoidetachi mo
Doro no you na TORAUMA sae mo
Mawari tsudzukete tokete iku no
Subete watashi no naka de

Teach me words as always
And I will change them into a song

What did you obtain in a delusion?
Only one song of truth

Lu li la lu li la, this singing voice
To who’s side will it reach?
Obtaining a key called words
And opening the gates of the unknown

I carried in both hands the toy I had requested, and thus obtained
And threw it out the window

Humans who are never satisfied
What do you wish for, what will you achieve?
If you’re worn out, now simply
Sleep

Lu li la lu li la, can this lullaby
Heal your heart, I wonder?
Carrying a sin called desire
And right now still dreaming

Twelve songs that denote time
Scattered keywords
I peeked into Pandora’s box
And continued to search for proof of my existence
In the end, I of the miniature garden
Wasn't anyone

Lu li la lu li la, this singing voice
Is the clockwork lullaby
If you don’t turn me
I’ll stop forever

The flower-like memories
And even the mud-like traumas
They continue to turn and melt
All of it inside of me

English translation by Pricechecktranslations

Related SongsEdit

WordplayEdit

Wordplay shares the theme of "words" continued in Clockwork Lullaby. Also, part of the Wordplay's melody can be heard in the background around the second verse of Clockwork Lullaby.

Re_birthdayEdit

Re_birthday shares the "Lu Li La" pattern and its healing properties as alluded to in the Clockwork Lullaby, as well as sharing a theme of adding words to the song.

AlbumsEdit

AppearancesEdit

TriviaEdit

CuriositiesEdit

  • Re_birthday's PV mirrors Clockwork Lullaby, depicting its singer in a similar pose opposite of Clockwork Lullaby's mysterious singer.
  • The last line of Wordplay, "Teach me words as always", is repeated as the first line of the song.
  • This is the first song to set the distinctive "lu li la" tune heard in the series' succeeding songs.
  • The song was remastered for a second time, titled "Clockwork Lullaby -Key of Word-", featuring new lyrics in the bridge instead of an instrumental bridge; it was included in the Clockwork Lullaby album.
  • In the Clockwork Lullaby album, Kiril Clockworker asserts that the song is the start, vowing to ascertain the truth of Alice Merry-go-round's prophecy.[1]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Clockwork Lullaby Album Booklet - Clockwork Lullaby 01/Clockwork Lullaby -Key Of Word-

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