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Romaji: Iroha Uta
English: Iroha Song
Uploaded February 11, 2009, with 2,080,000+ Niconico views
On February 12, just one day after the song is uploaded, it ranked first in the Weekly VOCALOID Ranking. It reached the Nico Hall of Fame on February 16, 2009 (5 days after it was uploaded) and reached one million views on November 20, 2010.
This song uses the "Iroha", an old Japanese poem famous for its perfect pangram, containing each character of the Japanese syllabary only once. The poem was used as an ordering for the syllabary in old Japan.
There are various interpretations to the song, one being that it tells a story of a servant and a master, the servant being willing to do and be anything the master commands. Another common interpretation would be the song talks about a couple of lovers.