Album: After War Gundam X - Side 3 (1996)
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  • This was the second opening song to the anime series After War: Gundam X. It is about a person's fear of seeing a terrible future; but upon meeting someone who believes that people can make their own future without living in fear of the past, is able to take a journey with that person, together making a better future happen.
  • This song is sung from the viewpoint of the animation's second main character, Tiffa Adill - a "Newtype" (a person who has unusual psychic capabilities, such as being able to see the future, read people's minds, communicate telepathically, etc.) who is being sought after by various organizations in order to make use of her power for destruction via the Flash System; but instead, meets an ordinary teenager, Garrod Ran, and pilots the Gundam X and later on, the Double X; and by using the power that caused the destruction of the Earth 15 years ago, prevent it from happening again. >>
    Suggestion credit:
    Zedrich - Dededo, Guam, for above 2


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