|Sparkling Silver Crystal|
|Singer(s):||Marisa De Lille|
|External Links:|| Full song|
Sparkling Silver Crystal (Resplandeciente Cristal de Plata) is a song made for the Mexican dubbed version of Sailor Moon. It played only once, in episode 34, when the Silver Crystal was formed and Sailor Moon revealed to be Princess Serenity.
It's the dubbed version of lllusionary Silver Crystal, which played in that same scene in the original version.
Ven, que escuchen tus oídos
Mi sereno, suspirar
Brillan tus ojos en el mar
Y en ellos se reflejará
La luz de luna, te bañará
Tan sólo con observar
Tu bello rostro al dormir
Mi corazón late más, siento que me estremezco
algo, que sólo tú, soñabas encontrar
En la noche que hay
Sólo en la noche (Dónde, dónde, dónde, dónde está?)
Aquél legendario mar
Silencioso, destellos mil tiene
Luz de luna resplandece (Cristal de plata)
Mágica fuerza, aquí estás
Hoy sé que me enamoré
La luz de luna brilló (Abre tus ojos)
Me ha deslizado hacia tí
La mágica luna trae amor (amor)
- This is the last song that was made for the Mexican dub (The other two are La Leyenda de la Luz de Luna and En Mi Sueño).
- The original singer released in 2012 a music album that contains full versions of some Sailor Moon' songs. "Resplandeciente cristal de plata" is one of them and its lyrics were completed by herself and a few partners.
- In the first run of Sailor Moon in Mexico, the episode aired without this song, because it was incomplete at the time. However the theme was present in reruns and when the series was exported to other Latin American countries. In the DVD installment Sailor Moon: Talk Box Mercury, the episode is again without the song, which caused criticism from some fans.