Heartwarming / Rhythm Heaven

  • The song lyrics tend to be on this side of the scale when they're not complete Tear Jerkers, particularly "That's Paradise" from Heaven and "Tonight" from Fever.
  • Most of the Reading Material from Fever is either this or humorous. Highlights on the heartwarming side include:
    • "Partners" - See and Saw of See-Saw reminisce about how long they've been working together together (10 years!), apologize for their own mishaps and worry about each other's.
    • "My Feelings" - The protagonist of Double Date talks about learning to play guitar to impress his crush. He even wrote a song for her and has had trouble gathering the courage to play it for her... until the first soccer ball shows up and he kicks it.
    • "Picky Eaters' Song" - The Wandering Samurai of Samurai Slice remembers his mother.
    • "Expedition Journal" - The seal's trust in his captain despite the apparent nonsense of his orders is just touching.
    • "Final Words" - Some encouraging words involving a metaphor about fighting an evil wrestler army. Equal parts "Awww..." and "...what?"
  • Blue Bear in Megamix has an uncharacteristically serious and depressing premise about a sad bear named Bearbert binge-eating. The scenes that fade in the background show the reasons why: he and his girl Bearbara had a tragic break-up. So then what's this entry doing on this page and not Tear Jerker, then? That becomes apparent at the very end, which reveals that it was all just a dream, and he's still together with his girlfriend.
  • The Superb quote for the Final Remix in Megamix has this with a bit of Leaning on the Fourth Wall: "We're so proud of everything you've accomplished!"