|NND / YT|
|Romaji||Rurira Rurira to Hibiku Uta|
|Release Date||December 22, 2010|
- "In the end they return, they return to the forest along with anger, to where it overflows."
The Song that Resounds with Lu Li La, Lu Li La is a song released by Akuno-P on December 22, 2010 in the Evils Kingdom album. It cryptically summarizes basic events of the Seven Deadly Sins and Clockwork Lullaby Series.
Two unspecified singers call "Lu Li La" the "resounding song," which colors time. They say that from the "sword" bloomed a "flower," and from the "seed" grew a "glass." Instruments get introduced, and the speakers relate how, on the night of the full moon, the "gems" were polished into "four mirrors" that shined with a bottle. According to the vocalists, a "blade" is dipped into a "spring" the color of blood, which was sought out. A "doll" danced in invisible "wind" and scooped up invisible "soil" with a "spoon". After time passes, the singers relate how, eventually, they all return to the "forest", teeming with uncontrollable "rage".
The song starts with the a capella duet of the Kagamine twins of two verses with an instrumental break at 0.31. The instrumental starts and continues with the two verses and repeats but with an added bridge, a modified version of the verse at 0.45. A break follows and the concluding verse ends the song with a prolonged note at 2.03.
Conceptualization and OriginEdit
- The song's title is a reference to the Clockwork Lullaby, which has a distinctive "lu li la" pattern.
- The song makes allusions to the original incarnations of the Seven Deadly Sins and their respective vessels of sin, metaphorically retelling the events leading up to their "return" to Held's Forest at Evil's Theater.
- The Four Mirrors of Lucifenia are described as shining alongside a "glass bottle", referring to either of the bottles seen in Tale of Abandonment on a Moonlit Night or Regret Message.