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Romaji: Watashi to Jurietto
English: Me and Juliet
Uploaded August 4, 2016, with 68,700+ Niconico views and 50,100+ YouTube views
"Watashi to Juliet" is an original song by doriko featuring Hatsune Miku. This song is a direct sequel to "Romeo to Cinderella".
In the song, the schoolgirl is seemingly torn between the two sides of her, "Cinderella" and "Juliet". "Juliet" wants to listen to her parents and be a good girl; "Cinderella", being the more childish, selfish persona, wants to stay with the "Romeo" from the first song, and despises "Juliet", since listening to her would only lead to a tragedy. However, she also realizes that her actions were somewhat foolish and wants the "Juliet" side of her to stay. In the end, it's too late, and "Cinderella" regretfully parts ways with "Juliet", hence the title.