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Romaji: Mono wo Parapara Kowasu
English: Breaking Things into Pieces
Uploaded July 22, 2011, with 643,900+ Niconico views and 234,500+ YouTube views
This song was uploaded to Niconico on July 22, 2011, and to YouTube on November 17, 2012. It has reached over 600,000 views on NND and over 200,000 views on YouTube. It is in the Hall of Fame.
The song tells the story of a person who enjoys breaking things which other people have become attached to into pieces. She starts off with smaller things, like trinkets and accessories important to those around them; then move on to sentimental artworks to destroy the souls that were "attached" to them. She ultimately finds mutual love with a person and, now with a soul "attached" to her, commits suicide to satisfy her obsession.
This song is featured in the compilation album Boka☆Fure! -VOCALOID(tm) FRESHMEN- and also on Kikuo's first album KikuoMiku.