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Burn Your Fighting Spirit!

Burn Your Fighting Spirit! (闘志を燃やせ! Tōshi o moyase!?) is the seventh song in the film Kaiju of Retribution Tatsuya, sung by Yukimura Katsuki during Tatsurou Akiyama's rigorous training with him.

Romanized Lyrics Edit

Original Japanese lyrics Romanized Lyrics English dub lyrics

さぁ、始めるぞ、本気出せ
情けないぞ、男だろう
お前、今のままじゃ女にも劣る
俺が鍛えてやる

燃える闘志、内に秘め
集中しろ、為せば成る
臆病者め弱虫、哀れなやつだ
俺が鍛えてやる

あぁ死にそうおいら
先にいく、あばよ
体育大嫌いなんだ
お前の根性見せてやれ
ばれませんように
おいらは泳げないんだ

(磨け!)動けもっとすばやく
(技を!)なるんだもっと強く
(磨け!)持つんだ熱い心
裏をかく戦術知恵!

時は迫る、戦うぞ
死にたくなきゃ、命令きけ
お前など要らない、すぐに出てゆけ
無理だ、強くなれぬ

(磨け!)動けもっとすばやく
(技を!)なるんだもっと強く
(磨け!)持つんだ熱い心
裏をかく戦術知恵!

(磨け!)動けもっとすばやく
(技を!)なるんだもっと強く
(磨け!)持つんだ熱い心
裏をかく戦術知恵!

Saa, hajimeru zo, honki dase
Nasakenai zo, otoko darou
Omae, ima no mama ja, onna ni mo otoru
Ore ga kitaete yaru

Moeru tōshi, uchi ni hime
Shūchū shiro, naseba naru
Okubyō-mono me yowamushi, awarena yatsuda
Ore ga kitaete yaru

Aa shi ni sō oira
Saki ni iku, aba yo
Taiiku daikirai nanda
Omae no konjō misete yare
Baremasen yō ni
Oira wa oyoge nainda

(Migake!) Ugoke motto subayaku
(Waza o!) Naru nda motto tsuyoku
(Migake!) Motsu nda atsui kokoro
Ura o kaku senjutsu chie!

Toki wa semaru, tatakau zo
Shinitaku nakya, meirei kike
Omae nado iranai, sugu ni dete yuke
Muri da, tsuyoku narenu

(Migake!) Ugoke motto subayaku
(Waza o!) Naru nda motto tsuyoku
(Migake!) Motsu nda atsui kokoro
Ura o kaku senjutsu chie!

(Migake!) Ugoke motto subayaku
(Waza o!) Naru nda motto tsuyoku
(Migake!) Motsu nda atsui kokoro
Ura o kaku senjutsu chie!

Let's get started right now, time to be serious
A sorry excuse for a man, you are just hideous
I've met women who're tougher than you
But I'll make sure before we're through
That I will make you strong and train you

Your burning fighting spirit is hidden inside
Concentrate enough and you will turn the tide
You're more spineless than a greedy Jew
It is just pathetic to view
But I won't hesitate to train you

Oh, I think I'm going to die
If it's the end, let it be
Boy, I always hated going to the gym
Show me what you got, don't just try
Hope he won't see right through me
I now regret not knowing how to swim

(Master now!) Move faster than a ferocious river
(Your technique!) Be stronger than a volcanic fire
(Master now!) I have a heart blazing with raging power
As mysterious as the far side of the world!

The time to fight is running dry before it's at hand
If you don't want to die, follow my command
You're no longer needed, this just won't do
So, get out, adieu, screw you
I cannot make you strong and train you

(Master now!) Move faster than a ferocious river
(Your technique!) Be stronger than a volcanic fire
(Master now!) I have a heart blazing with raging power
As mysterious as the far side of the world!

(Master now!) Move faster than a ferocious river
(Your technique!) Be stronger than a volcanic fire
(Master now!) I have a heart blazing with raging power
As mysterious as the far side of the world!

Usage Edit

Tatsurou Akiyama has been despairing over the loss of his older sister Rinko Akiyama and his love interest Yukikaze Mizuki to the brothel masters at Yomihara. The samurai Yukimura Katsuki, who is hiding his identity from the world since faked death 15 years ago, offers Tatsurou the chance to bring back Yukikaze and Rinko, through the means of time travel. But before anything could be done, Yukimura sees the fragile combat experience and incompetency within the young Taimanin man and begins training him rigorously through harsh activities and staggering expectations. Some of these activities include walking on rocks underneath lava, traversing through a blizzard and climbing a mountain, all of which Tatsuro failed to do initially.

The song is played through the entire training montage. The beginning shows Tatsurou's inability to keep up with Yukimura's training, usually to the chagrin of both. Throughout the music, Yukimura insults Tatsurou, but makes sure that his contempt will change by making him strong. At some point, Yukimura threatens to give up training Tatsurou and leave him to his misery. However, Tatsurou will have none of that misery anymore and is determined to become strong, gradually becoming more skilled and competent until he starts making ideal results in his training, even winning a swordfight against Yukimura. The samurai expresses favor and satisfaction to Tatsurou's overwhelming improvement, to which, after the end of the song, he expresses as something he had never seen in two decades. The song ends with Tatsurou raising his fist in the air at the top of a mountain.

Releases Edit

The song is available in two albums:

Trivia Edit

  • Tatsurou's fist raising at the end of the song is an homage to the iconic scene in the Rocky series, with the title character climbing the steps by the Philadelphia Museum of Art and triumphantly posing to end his training montage.
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