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Romaji: Hau Tuu Sekai Seifuku
English: World Domination How-to
Official English: How To World Domination
Published March 9, 2013, with 2,680,000+ Niconico views and 538,100+ YouTube views
“Now, I can only hear my sound.” —Author's comment
"How To World Domination" is an original song by Neru. It was uploaded to YouTube on December 19, 2017. The girl in the video is named Azuma, and the boy in the video is named Tsuji.
This song entered the Hall of Fame on March 10, 2013 (after 1 day, 4 hours and 14 minutes), and the Hall of Legend on February 10, 2014. It is featured in the albums Sekai Seifuku and Kagaminext.
There are many interpretations for this song.
Both of them were bullied in school, so they hate school. They wanted to fight back against the bullies, but they quickly realized that violence solves nothing. They don't want to throw their days away, as they still think it is too early to do so. The boy knows that if he doesn't study well, he would not have a job that he likes.
Both of them doubt whether they can change for the better.
Soon, the girl realizes that she will be lonely forever. That's why loneliness doesn't change into loneliness. She feels depressed every day, while the boy enjoys going to the arcade every day, he is so absorbed that he says that the future can wait, but then wonders, will the future even come?
Both of them try to act tough, but they realize it is no use. They eventually got rid of all the unhappy memories, hence the change in clothes, and missile is a metaphor for something. However, both of them realize that they must become a kind person before they succumb to their miseries and end up controlling their sadness because being kind makes people feel great. Since their world was made of misery, they now successfully dominate their world.
In the end, they burn down their school. Some people say that burning down the school is a metaphor.