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FFXIV wiki icon "Amatsu Kaze" (天つ風, Amatsu kaze?, lit. Heavenly Wind) is a theme song from Final Fantasy XIV, the battle theme of Byakko. It was composed by Masayoshi Soken, with lyrics written by World Lore Creator Banri Oda. The lyrics are in Japanese and were officially translated by the game's English Localization Lead John Crow.[1]

LyricsEdit

JapaneseEdit

猛れども
寄る辺なく
我が声も
風に消ゆ
死出の 衣を まといて 生まるは 呪いか 定めか 問いて
独り 山野を さまよい 生くるは 流れに 任せし 果てよ
なれど 我が前 現れ 叫ぶは 定めに 抗う 侍
なれば 我が魂 燃やして 叫べよ 西風 轟け 舞えよ
Storm, ride the storm
Never-ending
Skies darkened, torn
Heaven-rending
Ire, fury borne
Never-ending
Roar, hear my roar!
風 轟け 風 轟け 風 轟け
吹け 乱れよ 吹け 乱れよ 吹け 乱れよ
風 轟け 風 轟け 風 轟け
吹け 乱れよ 吹け 乱れよ 吹け 天つ風よ

RōmajiEdit

Takeredomo
yorube naku
waga koe mo
kaze ni kiyu
shide no koromo wo matoite umaru ha noroi ka sadame ka toite
hitori sanya wo samayoi ikuru ha nagare ni makaseshi hateyo
naredo waga mae araware sakebu ha sadame ni aragau saburai
naraba waga tama moyashite sakebeyo seifuu todoroke maeyo
Storm, ride the storm
Never-ending
Skies darkened, torn
Heaven-rending
Ire, fury borne
Never-ending
Roar, hear my roar!
kaze todoroke kaze todoroke kaze todoroke
fuke midareyo fuke midareyo fuke midareyo
kaze todoroke kaze todoroke kaze todoroke
fuke midareyo fuke midareyo fuke amatsu kaze yo

English translationEdit

Harbinger of doom
Forsaken by all
Words within the squall
Swallowed by the wind
Branded by death from birth, is this divine torment or judgment I know not
To the end of the world I flee to surrender to the whims of fate
But he shirks not from my rage and speaks of destiny and defiance, the samurai
And lights within my soul a flame─to rise, to roar, to ride the western wind!
Storm, ride the storm
Never-ending
Skies darkened, torn
Heaven-rending
Ire, fury borne
Never-ending
Roar, hear my roar!
Wind, surrender to the wind, surrender to the wind, surrender to the...
Rage, surrender to the rage, surrender to the rage, surrender to the...
Wind, surrender to the wind, surrender to the wind, surrender to the...
Rage, surrender to the rage, surrender to the rage, the wind of the divine

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