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(6/23/1994 / Deridder, La)

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Heartbeat ~ Perfect Harmony

Struck by the stormy sea, at this moment, it seems we might lose.
We shake it off, and gaze at the love in our hearts.

We'll stand up again, no matter how many times for the sake of the promise.
Bathing in the scorching light, a spray of water flutters.

Even hotter, hotter, hotter than the sun,
We will raise our voices higher now, higher now, higher now.
Now is the time, now is the time.

This intense heartbeat overflows with a song of love.
In this speedy heartbeat, there is an only truth.
Reflecting off a cloudless mirror,
the heartbeat we convey breaks out with the power of love.
And so we are in this hot, perfect harmony.

I'll spread out my arms and accept all of you.
It was painful, and it was the first time I knew what true love was.

Faster, faster, faster than the southern wind,
Crossing over the squall stronger, stronger, stronger.
Now is the time, now is the time.

A harmony colored with everyone's heartbeats as they overlap
will not stop ringing, and will not stop the sparkling.
We'll get back our paradise.
The heartbeat we feel breaks out with the power of love.
And so it spreads out in a perfect harmony of dreams.

This intense heartbeat overflows with a song of love.
In this speedy heartbeat, there is an only truth.
Reflecting off a cloudless mirror,
The heartbeat we convey breaks out with the power of love.
And so we are born in this hot, perfect harmony.

Submitted: Tuesday, June 04, 2013
Edited: Wednesday, June 05, 2013


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These three young girls are trying to keep our world at peace, so they sing this song to help it stay that way.
It also has that summer theme.

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