If you're a fan of video games, then it's likely you've heard the song "One-Winged Angel" from Final Fantasy VII. It's the first song in a Final Fantasy game that features lyrics, and it has become associated with Sephiroth.
It's also one of the most iconic songs in video game history. It was released at a time when video game lyrics weren't a thing and it came as a huge surprise to many fans when they first heard it in the game.
This lyric is from the song “One-Winged Angel.” It is part of the soundtrack for Final Fantasy VII and was arranged by Shiro Hamaguchi. It plays during the penultimate battle with SaferSephiroth in the game.
In the lyrics, Sephiroth is seen as a demon that possesses six white wings and a black wing, representing the form that he takes during this fight. The word "rebirth" is also used in the lyrics, referring to SaferSephiroth's return to human form.
The song is a favorite among gamers for its memorable melodies and the way it evokes the feeling of danger during the battle. It has been rearranged several times over the years and is often considered one of the best boss themes in video games.
The remix for Advent Children was reworked by Nobuo Uematsu, and it featured a mixture of orchestral and metal sounds. It also included new lyrics that elaborated on the character of Sephiroth, including the line, "Raging anger, anger and sorrow" which spoke of his betrayal of the Cetra.