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"Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~", the main theme of Final Fantasy X-2
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"KUON: Memories of Waves and Light" (久遠 ~光と波の記憶~, Kuon ~Hikari to Nami no Kioku~?, lit. Eternity ~Memory of Light and Waves~), alternatively known as "Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~", is the main theme of Final Fantasy X-2. It was composed by Noriko Matsueda and Takahito Eguchi.

Game appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy X-2Edit

"Kuon - Memories of Waves and Light" is the first track on the first disc of the game's original soundtrack. It plays during the cinematic introduction before the title screen at a relatively slow pace, played on a piano. When played in the Luca sphere theater in the English version, the track is called "KUON: Memories of Waves and Light".

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"Kuon - The Troupe Performs"
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An alternate version of the theme called "Kuon - The Troupe Performs" (久遠 ~楽団員さんの演奏~, Kudou ~Gakudan in Sanno Ensou~?, lit. Eternity ~Band Member Performance~), is played by the Musicians in Guadosalam in Chapter 5), only if the player cleared the missions in Macalania Woods. It is called "KUON: The Troupe Performs" in the North American sphere theater and is the 18th track on the second disc of the game's original soundtrack.

Theatrhythm Final FantasyEdit

"KUON: Memories of Waves and Light" appear as a downloadable track in the game's iOS port as a Field Music Sequence.

Theatrhythm Final Fantasy: Curtain CallEdit

"KUON: Memories of Waves and Light" is, like in the iOS port, a downloadable Field Music Sequence track in Curtain Call.

Arrangement Album appearancesEdit

Final Fantasy X-2: Vocal Collection - YunaEdit

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"Morning Glow"
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Morning Glow
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A vocalized arrangement, called "Morning Glow", was released in the Final Fantasy X-2: Vocal Collection - Yuna album. Mayuko Aoki is the vocalist, and also provided the vocals for "Kimi He", the vocal arrangement for "Yuna's Ballad" in Final Fantasy X-2.

Original/Romaji LyricsEdit

Ima mo oboete iru no
Anata tabidatsu hi ni mita yume wo
Namida tsutau anata no hoho
Te wo nobasu to yami no naka kieta
Futo me wo samasu
Madoromi sashikomu genjitsu
Akaku somaru hito no naka anata mitsuketa
Ima wa wakatte'ru kara
Futari kawashita yakusoku no imi wo
Hikaru hakanai nagareboshi
Tooi sora de miagete hohoemu
Hitomi ga yureru tabi ni omoidasu no
Anata no me mitsumete mo haruka kanata mite
Ima wa wakatte'ru kara
Futari kawashita yakusoku no imi wo
Hikaru hakanai nagareboshi
Tooi sora de miagete hohoemu
Ima wa wakatte'ru kara
Ano hi kawashita yakusoku no imi wo
Hikaru hakanai nagareboshi
Tooi sora de miagete hohoemu

English TranslationEdit

Even now I remember
The dream I had on the day you left
When I reached for your tear-streaked cheek
It vanished into the darkness
I suddenly awaken
As reality inserts on my reverie
I found you within a crimson-stained man
Because I now understand
The meaning of the promise we exchanged
I look up at the fleeting shooting star
Shining in the distant sky and smile
Whenever my eyes waver, I remember that
Though I gazed into your eyes, I was looking from afar
Because I now understand
The meaning of the promise we exchanged
I look up at the fleeting shooting star
Shining in the distant sky and smile
Because I now understand
The meaning of the promise we exchanged that day
I look up at the fleeting shooting star
Shining in the distant sky and smile

Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~ Music From Final Fantasy X-2Edit

Eternity ~Memory of Lightwaves~ Music From Final Fantasy X-2 is a promotional single of songs from Final Fantasy X-2, and while the songs share the same names as the game's soundtrack songs, they are arranged differently. This version called "Eternity ~Memories of Waves and Light~" uses live instruments of piano, guitar and bass going along with the standard background music, whereas the game version uses synthesizers. It is the first track on the disc.

Final Fantasy X-2 Piano CollectionEdit

"Eternity ~Memories of Lightwaves~" is included in the Piano Collection album. This version is arranged by Hiroko Kokubu and, unlike the other Final Fantasy Piano Collection albums, is also performed by her, instead of using a separate performer. It is the twelfth track on the disc.

Non-Final Fantasy Media appearancesEdit

"The Truth Is"Edit

In early 2000s, Kristine Sa recorded a vocal arrangement of "Kuon - Memories of Waves and Light" under the name of "The Truth Is...", but was not officially released.

EXIT TRANCE PRESENTS FamiTrance EXEdit

A rearranged version of "Kuon ~Hikari to Nami no Kioku~" appears as the 20th track in the album.[1]

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