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Again, a snowclone of a pre-existing game.
It has a jingle bell and an electric guitar. In the lyrics they reference cold related things alot.
Edited by HyperReal on Dec 27th 2018 at 11:36:34 AM
A funk/synth-style "The Hero Sucks" Song directed at Ness (and his friends to a slightly lesser extent) just before the fight with Gigyas. There's lots of childish-taunting involved.
A Christmas song by a randomly appearing reindeer/pine hybrid. The instruments played are electric guitar and jingle bells.
A friendship song, that starts slow and calmed, then gradually turns into a bombastic musical that ends with the three singers stacked on top of one another, other background and secondary characters join in on the song's verses
A romantic duet that combines the music styles of both characters' games. May or may not get a Dark / Triumphant Reprise later on in the play.
Her song is a cross between the Mission: Impossible theme and the James Bond theme. Her part would be an opening scene of a children's spy movie where it is a pastiche in the style of the titular shows.
It has a synth-pop/metal mix feel to it, and serves as an introductory song.
A gloomy song that depicts her struggles with her inner personalities, her memories of happiness being a long gone memento of the past, and her sad situation, she also wishes things get better for her, but calmly notes she doesn't really thinks that.
It has a piano background music and a gloomy background, signifying her overall mood.
It's an orchestral, oddly poignant love song, with swordplay as part of the choreography.
A part where King Julien sings ''I Like to Move it' by Reel 2 Real and Erick Morillo showing off his dance moves to the lemur kingdom of Madagascar.
A song about how hard she has worked and what she loves/hates about her job. Upbeat but serious. This is shortly before she receives the Call to Adventure.
A song depicting her dreams to become the best pilot ever, very upbeat and cute, with every secondary character having a mid-song line about wishing her good luck on her first day as a pilot.
A song depicting a love between a blue-haired girl and a plush resembling a knight. They confess their unconditional love despite their own differences.
A Suspiciously Similar Song to My Little Pony: Equestria Girls (2013)'s "Equestria Girls (Cafetaria Song)".
Two songs: One is an ear-worm of a Villain Song early on in the play. The other is an upbeat Triumphant Reprise of said song, sung post-redemption with the lyrics altered accordingly.
She wouldn't be singing. Her song would be about her badass exploits sung by people who've met her before.
A badass, over-the-top hammy song about the greatness of the Sega Saturn
Edited by Zanreo on Feb 25th 2019 at 3:02:54 PM
A chiptune holiday song with cheery lyrics. The girl sings in a robotic voice as it plays the Yule log.
I imagine a rather somber song for some reason. I'm not sure why.
A piano ballad about the story of losing one of her loved ones.
Very bubbly, cheerful sounding song that sounds similar to a shojo anime theme song
Something more Mission: Impossible-like.
A very fast pop song that occasionally segues into metal. The avatar sings very quickly too, like a Patter Song. The lyrics are near incomprehensible, no matter which language they're in, but the avatar sings with a lot of energy. The lyrics, if you can make them out, seem to be simply an "I Am" Song about how happy and excited she is about everything.
Look no further.
Aside from that, he’d probably have a sad post-battle song about how he and Frisk could be a family. Frisk spares him and then a dissonant chord cuts in as Flowey’s friendliness pellets finish him off.
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