I've been looking for a certain song since yesterday, and I can't find it. It played at the last episode (12) of the second season of Sekaiichi Hatsukoi; it's at the part where Masamune sat on a bench at a subway station, and he held Ritsu's hand. The song started at 21:39, and it played before Aikotoba (the ending song).

  • Okay, I think it's just Aikotoba, but piano version. Why did I realize it just now? Well, if it's otherwise, please tell me the title of the OST. orz
    – Hengao
    Sep 17, 2014 at 17:10

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Is this the scene when the piano bit plays for a while? If it is then it is actually part of the ending song.

I am not too sure why they decided to play it at that moment before the ending song but I am fairly certain it's part of the ending song.

FYI ;): If you listen really closely, that same tune is actually part of the ending song (Aikotoba) itself at 1:27 (it's actually part of the ending song).

  • It doesnt really sound the same...
    – Gerret
    Sep 17, 2014 at 21:22
  • @Gerret - Sorry for the late reply. A bit busy but actually it is. youtu.be/fj0_RARPZD8?t=1m36s Sep 19, 2014 at 7:16
  • I think you missunderstand the question. He means the OST that starts exactly at 21:39. It is the piano with some synth like violin melodie. The song you searched up is the OST before. This is only a short melodie till 21:56. I think that it is a intro like melodie for the ending song of the anime.
    – Gerret
    Sep 19, 2014 at 10:59
  • @Gerret- Just wondering but is the OP talking about the Piano bit before the ending song but which plays directly after the link I have above? I am not familiar on what that is. Maybe it is an improvisation but I am not sure. I will have a look online to check but so far haven't found anything. Sep 19, 2014 at 11:17
  • Actually it is the ending song. You can hear that bit at 1:27. youtu.be/ZJPEMmIf7A4?t=1m27s Sep 19, 2014 at 11:23

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