"World is Mine" is an original VOCALOID song by ryo (of Supercell), sung by Hatsune Miku. The song is about a spoiled girl who believes herself to be a "princess" that the world revolves around, and details her struggles with falling in love with a stand-offish boy. There are many PV variations for this song; however, the narrator is almost always portrayed as a "Himedere" but short-tempered and fickle Miku (which is interesting because of the meek and sweet-tempered manner Miku is often portrayed having).
"World is Mine" is widely considered the most popular VOCALOID song in existence. An unofficial YouTube upload on of the song in concert managed to garner around twenty million views before being deleted, making it by far the most-viewed VOCALOID video on the website at the time. It and another "World is Mine" video were removed because of copyright claims to the footage by SEGA.. Since then, several other reprints on YouTube have reached well over a million views. The song is considered by some fans to be Miku's "character theme song".
In addition to the Miku version of "World Is Mine", there is an official sequel called "I'll Teach You" ("Oshiete Ageru" in romaji) sung by Nagi (a female singer in Supercell). Also, there are popular covers by other Vocaloids including KAITO, Kagamine Rin and Len, Camui Gackpo and MEIKO. The lyrics in these covers are changed so they match up with each character's perspective. There is a version for nearly every character.
"World is Mine" also has many human covers which are mostly done by female singers on Nico Nico and YouTube.
I'm the #1 princess in the world
And that's how you'll treat me, got it?
One: You must notice that I changed my hair
Two: Take a good look, all the way to my shoes
Three: For every one word I say, reply with three
Got it? Then do something about
My idle right hand!
It's not like it's selfish or anything
To want you to believe
From the bottom of your heart
That I'm adorable
I'm the #1 princess in the world
Notice me! Hey! Heeey!
Keeping me waiting is
Out of the question
Just who do you think I am?
Hmph, I think I could go for some dessert!
This very instant
Shortcake with a strawberry on top
Premium creamy egg pudding
Okay, okay, I'll try to contain myself...
Don't write me off as selfish
Because hey, I can make it on my own
You're gonna regret it later
No doubt! 'Cause you know I'm...
The #1 princess in the world
You'd better keep your eyes on me
Or I might not be here one day
Out of nowhere, you pull me from behind
"What are you... Huh?"
"Look out, you almost got run over!"
You say as you turn away
A handdrawn animation by Rak. Arguably one of the most known and reprinted PVs of World is Mine.
A KAITO x Miku fanmade PV by 61.
A humorous parody PV featuring a chibi Miku trying to get MEIKO's attention.
Moimoi's Short PV
Shiika Sadamasa's PV
A fanmade animation by Shiika Sadamasa. The PV has an anime-esque style and took 5 years to finish. The original video contained ecchi content and was removed from NND for that reason The YT reprint reached 400,000+ views in just 4 days.
"World is Mine" also has been featured in every Hatsune Miku -Project DIVA- game to date with the exception of extend (though extend is an expansion of -Project DIVA- 2nd, which featured it, and extend can play songs from 2nd), the PS3 version of F (the PSVita version features it, but it can only be played through the AR), Project mirai , and Project Diva X, making it the most recurring song in the series (not counting Ievan Polkka, which is a cover song). It was also the first song playable (but not heard) in the first game, making it the first playable song in the series. Its appearance in the non-Project DIVA game, Taiko no Tatsujin Wii: Kettei-Ban marks the song's first inclusion on a Nintendo console and outside a Sony console, while mirai 2 would be the first in the Project DIVA series on a Nintendo console to include it.