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Last Promise

Last Promise Origami Cover 001

Performed by Erii Yamazaki
Album Last Promise Single
Released February 27, 2019
Format CD
Recorded 2019
Genre Anime
Publisher Nippon Columbia

Last Promise is the anime third season's ending theme, featured in episode 1-12. It's sung by Erii Yamazaki.

Track ListingEdit

The song is written and composed by Rico Ohashi, and arranged by Hisakuni.

  1. Last Promise
  2. Shiny Sunny Sunday
  3. Last Promise (Instrumental)
  4. Shiny Sunny Sunday (Instrumental)

Lyrics Edit

TV Size Edit

Kimi to saigo no yakusoku wo shiyou

Kizudarake no mama de shimaikondeta kokoro
Kimi wa sotto hiroi ageta
Kurikaesu hibi ni
Doushiyou mo naku utsumuita toki
Gyutto dakishimete-kureta

Zutto koko de kimi to futari de
Yozora nagareru hoshi wo mitsuzuketai

Kimi to saigo no yakusoku wo shiyou
Sekai kara watashi dake kiete shimatte mo
Kizukarenakute ii
Kono mama de itai
Kizamareta kono kimochi
Itsu made mo eien ni

Full Size Edit

CharactersEdit

In order of appearance

VariantsEdit

  1. Season 3, Episode 2 -  Episode 3: The original animation.
  2. Season 3, Episode 4: Natsumi's real form replaces her scenes in her adult form.
  3. Season 3, Episode 5 - Episode 6: Natsumi is added at the end with Shido and the Spirits.
  4. Season 3, Episode 7: Origami's scenes with the Spirits in space and with her younger self are replaced with her in her Spirit form.
  5. Season 3, Episode 8 - Episode 11: Origami's scenes in her Spirit form are replaced with her Inverse form.
  6. Season 3, Episode 12: The final shot of the group is replaced by an epilogue of Shido in a hospital being taken care of by Tohka and the sealed Spirits.

The SpiritsEdit

OrigamiEdit

Final ShotEdit

TriviaEdit

  • With the exceptions of Jessica Bailey and Mayuri, this is the first ending theme to feature the entire cast of characters in the anime series to date.
  • This is the first ending theme since the first season to feature evolving animation credits.
  • In the first to fourth variants of this ending theme, Kurumi's golden clock eye was brightly colored in tone until the fifth and sixth variants where it was given a darker color tone. This was potentially fixed by the animators as the face of Kurumi's clock eye was not visible enough in the first to fourth variants.
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