Tenrai ~Divinity I~
植松伸夫 Lyrics


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Latin

Habitavit
Dormivit
Caelo missus rex
Poena terrae motus
Error humanus
Cajus fructus foris
Cajus verbum clavis
Calamitas excitata ab imo
Cum haustus est fremitu
Cum levatus est carmine
Fatum invitans ruira sive paradisus

Preces
Clamorque




Pauci resistentes
Sola Dea fatum novit

Overall Meaning

The Latin lyrics in 植松伸夫's song Tenrai ~Divinity I~ speak of a divine being who has come down from the heavens and dwelled on earth, but eventually succumbs to the faults of humanity. The earth suffers as a result of this, but the being's fate is uncertain - whether it will collapse or ascend to paradise. The power of music is present in the lyrics, as the being is lifted up by the melody, and perhaps the music is what invites the fate of collapse or paradise.


The final lines of the lyrics speak of few resisting and only the goddess knowing the fate of the divine being. It is a powerful and thought-provoking message about the limitations of even divine beings when faced with human error, and the power of music and fate.


Line by Line Meaning

Habitavit
He lived peacefully


Dormivit
He slept peacefully


Caelo missus rex
The ruler was sent from the heavens


Poena terrae motus
Punishment due to the earth's movement


Error humanus
Mistake made by humans


Cajus fructus foris
The fruits of his labor are outside


Cajus verbum clavis
His words are the key


Calamitas excitata ab imo
Chaos arises from within


Cum haustus est fremitu
When he was consumed by anger


Cum levatus est carmine
When he was raised by music


Fatum invitans ruira sive paradisus
The power of fate can lead to either ruin or paradise


Preces
Prayer


Clamorque
Shouting


Pauci resistentes
Few resist


Sola Dea fatum novit
Only the goddess knows fate




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