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Romaji: Roku-chou Nen to Ichiya Monogatari
English: A Tale of Six Trillion Years and a Night
Official English: Six Trillion Years and One Night Story
Uploaded April 11, 2012, with 7,406,000+ Niconico views and 16,400,000+ YouTube views
"Six Trillion Years and One Night Story" is an original song by kemu. It was uploaded to YouTube on January 7, 2013.
The song tells of "a fairytale that no one knows" about a demon boy with no name, abused by the villagers, and who only wanted to be human. He wants to die, and he can't see any dreams in his future. One day, a girl named Ai came to the prison where he was held. Although talking was forbidden, she asked him what his name was, and said that they would leave together. They do despite the fact that they know nothing about each other. The boy warns Ai she would be killed if they're found together. They get caught and the boy wishes for everyone in the world to dissapear except for him and the girl. His wish is granted at the end.
This song has entered the Hall of Legend and exceeded over 10 million YouTube views. Hence, this is kemu's best work, and IA's most notable song.