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This, which plays during the interminable chocobo-related side quest.
The victory theme from the games up til VI (also reused in IX and XII).
How about the ever-recurring Crystal/Prelude theme present in every game from FF I to whatever is the latest in the franchise in some form or another. Something about that mystical tune will be stuck in your head as you drift off into sleep at night.
The Costa Del Sol theme from FFVII.
The victory fanfare is instantly recognizable, and extremely addictive. Luckily, it's also awesome.
The Gold Saucer music is catchy, considering you'll spend a lot of time there doing the sidequests and minigames.
Estuans interius ira vehementi, estuans interius ira vehementi, SEPHIROTH!
Now for the mondegreen: Xbox, big cherries, jingle bells, magic cheese...SEPHIROTH!
Then there are the other verses: Sow thee moneys, bear me honeys" and "Very very very lost, hey there Molly pouchy moss"
The main theme for Crisis Core - especially the Birth By Sleep version.
And of course, the many Chocobo themes.
Dancing Mad, ( Kefka's "final boss" theme) has them all beat, except maybe One Winged Angel. Especially the second and the final movements.
Freya's Theme from Final Fantasy 9. Oh, it doesn't seem like an Ear Worm at first. Then you realize that you left your Windows Media Player on auto-replay, and you've been surfing for more than three hours with it as a continual background track, and it was actually kinda nice that way...
'Waltz for the Moon', which is basically 'Eyes on Me', but faster and with absolutely no words, which makes it that much harder to get out of your head. Da-DAHHHH-dadada-DAHHHHHH, dadadahh, dadaDAHHH...
For that matter, 'Eyes on Me' itself deserves a mention.
Balamb Garden will never leave your head.
Just hit Square button to an NPC and start the card game. Then this starts up: Shuffle or Boogie!!!!
DOINGA DOINGA DOINGA DOINGA DOINGA DOINGA DOINGA DOINGA, clap-clap clap clap-clap clap
'Blitz Off!' from .
Final Fantasy X If you Campaign with any degree of frequency, for God's sakes, turn off the music unless you want 'Roar of the Battle Drums' permanently seared into your brain.
Gilgamesh's battle music, Clash on the Big Bridge. No wonder he's had so many appearances.
The anime convention panel "Banzai Arcade" has GOLDbez's theme. SHAKE THAT ASSSSSS!
Blinded By Light from XIII.
Step into the rainbow, fiiiind another view! Chase the tender liiight, borders let's cross ooooover...
My hands, don't wanna start again, my hands, no they don't wanna understand. When played over the ending sequence, it will be seared into your brain forever.
The Man with the Machine Gun. The song so badass that when they made it a bonus track for Dissidia they changed nothing.
Hyadain took an ominous boss theme and made it incredible.
Feral Chaos in Dissidia Duodecim has an incredible boss theme, "Cantata Mortis & God In Fire". The first part is ominous chanting, then becomes a hard rocking, and very catchy tune (with lyrics) halfway through.
Gone in a second, ultimate destruction
Gods are warring, sorrow neverending
Endless chaos for an eternity
Welcome to the abyss
Terra's theme from Final Fantasy VI. It helps that it plays on the world map. Also The Opera.
Between Ordeals. Helps that it plays during the long frequent puzzle segments of Final Fantasy X.
- Final Fantasy X Yuna Dances.
The Mysterious Girl Music from , usually followed by Final Fantasy IV: The After Years The Mysterious Girl Battle Music, "The Dispossessed Eidolons".