->''"In truth, I still can't read this story objectively. Each time I reread it, I start to have light hallucinations. I break into a cold sweat. Each time I approach one of a few specific places in the plot, I start wanting to throw the computer out the window. At other particular points, I start wanting to run away from home to live deep in secrecy in the mountains of India."''
-->-- '''Tatsuhiko Takimoto''', author of ''Welcome to the N.H.K.''
-> Ababa, Ababa, Ababa, Dancing human being!
-> When we were born naked
-> we were all loved equally
-> just as it's supposed to be
-> But, why as life goes on
-> each destiny takes a different path
-> it's almost cruel
-> Some can look into others eyes
-> [[TheRainman while others can't]].
-> Some get to learn love
-> while others don't.
-> If that's how it is,
-> I'd rather be
-> A Baby, Baby human till I die.
-->-- A more or less faithful translation of the [[SurrealThemeTune ending theme]], '''Odoru Akachan Ningen'''.
->Ababa-ababa-ababa, the dance of the manchildren, yeah!\\
When we're born into this world\\
We are all loved equally\\
So why is it as we grow old\\
We're divided up so heartlessly?\\
Can you look into their eyes?\\
Or can you not bear their gaze?\\
And will your love be reprised?\\
Or ignored for the rest of your days?\\
Suffering day after day\\
For a reward that I may never see\\
Slaving away for low pay\\
Knowing I'll never be free\\
If this is always the way\\
This sick, sad world is going to be\\
I think that I'd rather stay\\
Forever a baby\\
"Oh, look at that cute little baby!\\
Oh, I just want to love you!"\\
"She doesn't know about me,\\
It's all working out perfectly!"\\
He's not tender and mild\\
He's a vile manchild\\
So what're you gonna do?\\
Behind all that babytalk\\
There is a hardened cock\\
Waiting to tear into you\\
Come be a manchild\\
It's perfect for you\\
Soon we'll be running wild\\
They'll all be manchildren, too\\
-->-- A (slightly) more singable one.