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Hey Guys! Remember that Vocaloid Post I just posted yesterday?

Well  offered to help If I really wanted to do it! And we agreed that we should pursue the project!

Basically we will be making a Hetalia Parody of the Most Recent Song by Hitoshizuku-PxYama△, Illustrated by Suzunosuke, and Video by VANA Called PartyxPartyIt’s sung by all of Crypton’s Vocaloids.

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Originally written by: Aku no P (mothy)
Originally sung by: Kagamine Rin
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm2916956

Remix version: Jounetsu P
http://www.nicovideo.jp/watch/sm4651096

Sequels: Aku no Meshitsukai, Regret Message

Cover by: Enn
English Lyrics by: Enn

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"A beautiful country where the sunflowers bloomed
Where the castles were so high they touched the horizons
Whose destiny was it
To wear the queen’s jewelled crown, to sit on her elegant throne?”

Once upon a time in a country far away
Where a lot of crimes were committed every day
There was a young lady, fourteen years of age
Crowned as the Queen, dancing on history’s stage

She bought her luxuries, spending without heed
A servant with the same face coming to her every need
Josephine’s the name of her royal steed
She had everything one can ever want indeed

We are short on money, but I want a diamond ring
Squeeze out every penny from the peasants’ savings
Anybody standing up against the queen’s demand
Will be sent to the guillotine on command

“Now, on your knees, peasant!”

Dreadful rose of sin You bloom in dread alone
Shining in scarlet sending chills to the bone
Pathetic weeds growing on the soil around
O wither and die without making a sound

Our lady tyrant, she was in love you see
With a fine young man who lived across the stormy seas
Yet another woman, both very fair and wise
Was the lucky one who caught the man’s eyes

Her Highness soon was mad with jealousy
Called out her right hand man with just one minor plea
Very quietly she sipped on her tea
“I want to hear the girl scream in agony.”

Thus the little village hidden in the forest deep
Burned in the night with the villagers asleep
Not one single tear despite all the people’s cries
Fell from our lady’s icy eyes

“Oh my, it’s time for tea!”

Dreadful rose of sin You bloom in dread alone
Shining with malice sending chills to the bone
Your beauty cannot ever be compared
O but your venomous thorns are like a viper’s fangs bared

The queen of evil must certainly be killed
Out of the people’s hearts frustration spilt
Leading the mob was a woman in red
Her bloodred armor = the blood of the dead

Anger and fury, built up over time
Surrounded the country, counting all her wicked crimes
All her majesty had for defence
Were some soldiers old and tired from the previous wars’ torment

The castle’s gates broken and the walls collapsed
Servants and maids ran away, relieved perhaps
Sweet and lovely queen of this country far away
Was captured, to her dismay

“You… ragged, unmannerly dogs!”

Dreadful rose of sin You bloom in dread alone
Shining in scarlet, in a sad, haunting tone
Paradise is lost for the maiden of vice
O it crumbled and shattered like brittle crisp ice

Once upon a time in a country far away
Where a lot of crimes were committed every day
There was a young lady, fourteen years of age
Crowned as the Queen, dancing on history’s stage

Her death was scheduled at three in the afternoon
When the great bells of the church would boom
The person who used to be known as the queen
Sat in her cell, knowing she’d never turn fifteen

Finally, long awaited, the time had come
The deafening chimes sounded a little bit glum
The crowd showed not a sign of sympathy
Grinning to the world, said “she”

“Oh my, it’s time for tea!”

Dreadful rose of sin You wilt in dread alone
Shining in scarlet sending chills to the bone
People today, they sing this song to their kin
“Now that was the story of the lady of sin.”