The lyrics to the chorus are not in Japanese, nor in any other recognizable language. Problems playing this file? Inthe original vocalist Takahashi recorded a new single, which included a remake of both this song and " Fly Me to the Moon ", the series ending theme, to tie in with the theatrical release of the second Rebuild of Evangelion film.
Holding the sky in your arms, Young boy, shine like a legend. The moonlight shines on your thin neckline. Young boy, shine like a legend, Holding the sky in your arms. Seta or sepa messo. One could entertain the possibility that they are written in the same language as that of the dead sea scrolls.
She reveals she got inspiration for the title from the manga A Cruel God Reigns. If there is any meaning In the fate that pulled us together, Then I am, yes, the Bible That teaches you of freedom.
Young boy, who shines brighter than anyone else, Rise to become a legend. According to Hidenori Matsubara during the Animazement convention, "the song was created before they even got done with animation for the opening theme.
People weave together love to create history And so I live on, Unable to become a goddess Strangely enough, the song manage to go along with the opening animation.
According to the liner notes to the album Refrain of Evangeliondirector Hideaki Anno had originally wanted to use a piece of classical music as the opening, [b] but due to concern that this might confuse the anime viewership, a decision was made to use a more upbeat J-pop song instead.
Notes and references Edit  During the instrumental break in the middle of the song, a chorus can be heard. But someday you will notice On those shoulders of your There are strong wings To guide you to the far future. Tuse", and they are supposedly written in an untranslated language passed down from ancient times.
Both are considerably different in feel from the more hard driving original. She had been given specific instructions by the producer to make the wording sophisticated and "philosophical".
The original version of the single paired with another song by Takahashi stayed on the charts for 22 weeks, peaking at Even though clear blue winds Beat on the door of my heart, You just smile, looking straight at me Too involved in yearning for Something to hold on The innocent eyes still know nothing of fate yet.
In Februaryit received a Million certification from the Recording Industry Association of Japanfor more than a million copies sold through cellphone and PC download platforms.
End of the TV anime opening The cradle of love that sleeps within me There will be a morining that A servant of dreams will come for you.zankoku na tenshi no TE-ZE madobe kara yagate tobitatsu hotobashiru atsui PATOSU de  omoide wo uragiru nara kono sora wo daite kagayaku  shounen yo shinwa ni nare: Lyrics from mint-body.com The cruel angel's thesis will soon take flight through the window, with surging, hot pathos,  if you betray your memories.
Question Meaning of the Cruel Angel's Thesis theme? (mint-body.comlion) But what is exactly the "cruel angel's thesis"? A thesis is a college paper set to prove something, so what is the thesis or theory or whatever a cruel angel is trying to prove?
because a lot of anime seem to use the opening and closing songs to either highlight.
Neon Genesis Evangelion Theme - Cruel Angel`s Thesis Lyrics. Neon Genesis Evangelion Theme Miscellaneous Cruel Angel's Thesis Cruel Angel's Thesis - Neon Genesis Evangelion Theme >>>> Zankoku na tensh. Cruel Angel's Thesis (Neon Genesis Evangelion) Lyrics: Like an angel with cruel and merciless intent / Go forth, young boy, and you’ll become a legend /.
"A Cruel Angel's Thesis" (残酷な天使のテーゼ [?], "Zankoku na Tenshi no Tēze", "Zankoku na Tenshi no These"in Japan) is the theme song of the popular anime Neon Genesis Evangelion performed by Yoko Takahashi. It is used as the opening to the series, and two instrumental versions of it are played in the finale episode, "Take care of Artist: Yoko Takahashi.
A Cruel Angel's Thesis is the opening theme song for the series Neon Genesis Evangelion, composed by Hidetoshi Sato and sung by Yoko Takahashi. The lyrics are by Neko Oikawa while the arrangement is by Toshiyuki O'mori.
The song also has the distinction of taking first place in the JASRAC Awards.Download