Go Go Buriki Daioh! (Arranged)

Game Name: Live A Live (Japan)

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Added by: Pongball  Added: 2003-02-20

File URL is http://www.vgmusic.com/new-files/T_LiveALive_GoGoBurikiDaiyo_Karaoke.mid
Upload Date and Time: 01/27/2003 23:25:47

Uploaded by:  (Tsu Ryu and Sailor Raika)


Game System: Super Nintendo
Game Name: Live A Live (Japan)
Song Title: Go Go Buriki Daioh! (Arranged)
Sequenced by: Tsu Ryu & Sailor Raika
Song Originally Composed by: Yoko Shimomura
Other Information: Uploaded upon the date of 01/27/02 - 11:19PM. Enjoy! ^_^
 ( Feel free to use on homepages. Give credit where it's due. )

Lyrics:

"Go Go Buriki Daioh!" Opening Theme Lyrics

'Go Go Buriki Daioh!'

'Ima Wa Mukashi No BABIRONIA ( Babylonia )'

'Hagane No Kobushiga. Ten wo Tsuku'

'Igyo No Mashin Wo Taosu Tame'

'Okoride Hi Wo Tomose'

'Atsui Kokoro ga Yobisamasu'

'Buriki Daioh!. Ware Wa Ari!'

English:

'Now in the former days of Babylonia.'

'A fist of steel reaches the heavens.'

'The exploits of evil spirits benefit defeat.'

'The cause has stopped the fire'

'But a warm (kind?) heart will awake.'

'Great Tin King! Here I am!' 


-MIDI Header Information-
MIDI Type: 1
Number of Tracks: 20
Delta Time Setting: 480

-Text Analysis-
 "Go Go Buriki Daioh!" Opening Theme Lyrics

'Go Go Buriki Daioh!'

'Ima Wa Mukashi No BABIRONIA ( Babylonia )'

'Hagane No K

-Copyright Event Analysis-
Yoko Shimomura - Squaresoft of Japan

-Midi TrackName Analysis-
"Go! Go! Buriki Daioh!" Opening Theme [ You Sing It! Version ] -= Live A Live =- Sequenced to MIDI by Tsu Ryu and Sailor Raika
tk1 [ Vocal ]
tk2 [ Voc. Echo ]
tk3 [ Fing. Bass ]
tk4 [ Guit. Bass ]
tk5 [ Dist. Guitar ]
tk6 [ Brass Sect. ]
tk7 [ Trumpet Sect. ]
tk8 [ String Ens. ]
tk9 [ String Pitched ]
tk10 [ Drum Track ]
"GO! GO! Buriki Daioh!"
[ You Sing It! Version ]
[ Near Future Chaper Theme ]
Anime-Type Opening Theme
Live A Live
Super Famicom System
Originally Composed by Yoko Shimomura - Squaresoft of Japan
Sequenced to MIDI by Tsu Ryu and Sailor Raika - Kibegami 2003
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