The most popular song in the series, reaching over 2,000,000 views.
Miku appears to be the spokesperson of "The Happiness and Peace of Mind Committee", which focuses on making people happy, since "It's Your Duty". Anyone who fails to comply is executed; therfore, you can hear roaring brainwashed crowds behind Miku. The song's tone changes dramatically at the beginning and end to sing the truth of how people feel.
This song also received a novel adaptation, which was released on January 16th, 2013.
永遠に幸せになる方法、見つけました。 (Eien ni Shiawase ni Naru Houhou, Mitsuke Mashita.)
This song also became very popular, with over 1,000,000 views to date.
The song begins with a new bride talking of how she has found the way to the 'town of hope' where the ritual takes place, where she wishes to obtain a way to live forever. The second part of the song shows similarities with a game show, where the host says she will grant the bride's wish in what is called 'The Original Sin Game.' The bride must recite a sequence of words correctly.
It is implied that although the bride gained the power to live forever, she is unhappy with immortality, possibly caused by the groom's death. She returns to the town, repeats the ritual and wishes for eternal happiness. She is transformed into a zombie and in that way, remains serene forever.
Utata-P was inspired by voodoo to turn Miku into a Voodoo Goddess.
一途な片思い、実らせたい小さな幸せ。 (Ichizu na Kataomoi, Minorasetai Chiisana Shiawase.)
This song, like the first two, has become popular, reaching over 200,000 views on the first day of it's release, and over 700,000 views to date.
The song is about a seemingly normal schoolgirl, starting her day and anticipating the meeting with her "beloved person". Even though she doesn't really approach them, she is happy to just see them from afar. As the girl speaks about the person she loves though, the song takes an unexpected twist and its revealed she is in fact a stalker, obsessed with her crush to the point of planning on killing everyone that gets close to them.
夢じゃない、嘘じゃない、目の前にある幸せな情景。 (Yume Janai, Uso Janai, Me no Mae ni Aru Shiawase na Joukei.)
The song is about a girl playing a video game and trying to enter the secret command for 'happiness'. The further she plays though, the more insanely difficult the button sequences she is required to enter get. In the end she is unable keep up with the game. The video ends with a phrase "It's just too much".