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Romaji: Aishite Aishite Aishite
English: Love Me, Love Me, Love Me
Uploaded March 6, 2015, with 797,000+ Niconico views, 901,200+ YouTube views, and 810+ Vimeo views
"Aishite Aishite Aishite" is an original song by Kikuo. This song is about a girl who demands love and attention from other people as an effect of a cursed collar she wears. As she grows up, the collar's effect on her becomes stronger, making her end up feeling unsatisfied and continues to demand more love and attention from others, believing that the people whom she demands from are not enough. Another interpretation is that it is about a girl who wants love from her parents. Her parents want her to do well in school and do not give her the love she so desires. The collar she wears is a symbol of her parents' expectations. As she grows up and her body changes, the collar stays the same size just as what her parents want out of her doesn't change either.