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Kirby – Zero Two – With Lyrics by Man on the Internet



How’s this for a weeping angel?

Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards by Nintendo and HAL Laboratories
Composer – Jun Ishikawa

Footage by Nintendo 64 Movies (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c-UlE5J81Js)

Vocals and Lyrics by Alex Beckham
Art by Winter Doodles (https://www.artstation.com/winterpower98)

Mix by Marc Gardner
Video Editing by Juno (https://bit.ly/JunoSongs)

Outro Music: “Inspired” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 4.0 License
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

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  1. Throughout the Kirby series, there are little hints of ancient civilizations that had worked miracles, becoming godlike, solving the riddle of entropy several times over, and eventually dying out, often running afoul of their own ambitions.
    I feel like that gives some context to this.
    O2 knows that everything eventually dies out. He knows that everyone and everything is doomed. From that standpoint, why fight it? How long would you be willing to fight for something that's going to die anyway? I guess that's where O2 and Kirby disagree. One side would rather get it over with, while the other is willing to hang on as long as they can.

  2. Kirby is that which hunts the hunter, and teaches gods to kneel. An eldritch abomination deriving his power from the flesh of his enemies and subsuming their souls. Occasionally he perverts those souls into thralls termed "Helpers". He is not a "dark god" as such. He's an eldritch thing, neither inherently good nor evil. He chooses to greet those around him as friends, and use his powers to defend them.

    0^2, spooky as he is, just can't measure up to that. But this song helps.

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