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Dream Sweet In Sea Major
|Dream Sweet In Sea Major|
|Written by||Joe Hawley, Allison Hanna, Bora Karaca|
|Appears on||Hawaii: Part II|
|Sung by||Joe Hawley|
|Language||English & French|
Dream Sweet in Sea Major is a song by Joe Hawley, Allison Hanna and Bora Karaca, sung by Joe Hawley and Stephanie Koenig. It is the 11th and final track on Hawaii: Part II. It features reprises of music from Introduction To The Snow, 宇宙ステーションのレベル7, Black Rainbows, and Variations On A Cloud.
Alone at the edge of a universe humming a tune For merely dreaming we were snow A siren sounds like the goddess who promises endless apologies of paradise And only she can make it right So things are different tonight We'll go together in flight It's Now & Never A reverie endeavor Awaits somnambulant directives To take the helm Believe me, darling The stars were made for falling Like melting obelisks As tall as another realm Un ensemble d'enfants (A group of children) La galaxie s'étend (The galaxy extends) Jardin de l'imagination (Garden of imagination) Combler la lacune (Bridging the gap) Rouler passe à la lune (Rolling past the moon) La comme a nous évoluons (How we evolve) It feels like flying But maybe we're dying A cosmic confluence of Pyramids hologrammed She knows you heard her Staging music murder In line before the show began To be where I am Children born of one emotion Our devotion's deepest ocean No division reasoned we'll be Free To know We are beyond a bow And lo, the hues arrange to show It's perfectly clear You look quite divine tonight Here among these vibrant lights Pure delights surround us as we sail Signed, yours truly, the whale Joy mirage's kingdom come No one left at stake Now that existence is on the wake Let's see what we can make Apart is wholly ending A line in any final song So long so far We will be atoning At last eternal through the past Above a blinding star Bye, Hi Sigh, Hawaii We never meant to part Sublime, thy art One light Higher than the sun Invisible to some Until its time