I love the music of Persona series composer Shoji Meguro. He gives all the games a hip, unique feel that no other game music composer out there can even come close to touching. Still, the bad English in the vocal songs are hilarious. I'm still talking about dancing and putting people in a trance after spending time with Persona 3. Persona 4's theme song isn't as bad, but it's really hard to understand the lyrics.
YouTube user slicedara's attempt at listing out potential misheard lyrics for the P4 theme song is hilarious. My favorite line is when the chorus hits. You'll see. It really sounds like they're saying the misheard line!
[Thanks to those that shared this with me.]
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