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The teddy bear could also represent him. The stuffed toy is nearly torn apart and is a mess of stitches and patches, much like he imagines himself to be on the inside. The teddy bear's physical state symbolizes his internal suffering. Seeing himself, like the bear, as being destined to be constantly torn apart and patched up again, he expresses a desire to be "patched" up and be fixed. At some parts, he hints of pulling the last string that keeps the teddy bear together, possibly symbolizing his death. The ending of the song; whether he returns home, finds help, runs away, commits suicide, etc.; is left to the viewer's imagination.
 
The teddy bear could also represent him. The stuffed toy is nearly torn apart and is a mess of stitches and patches, much like he imagines himself to be on the inside. The teddy bear's physical state symbolizes his internal suffering. Seeing himself, like the bear, as being destined to be constantly torn apart and patched up again, he expresses a desire to be "patched" up and be fixed. At some parts, he hints of pulling the last string that keeps the teddy bear together, possibly symbolizing his death. The ending of the song; whether he returns home, finds help, runs away, commits suicide, etc.; is left to the viewer's imagination.
   
This song has entered the ''[[Hall of Legend]]''. To celebrate Kagamine Append's first anniversary, Tokyo Teddy Bear's single was released by [[KARENT]].
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This song has entered the ''[[Hall of Legend]]''.
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To celebrate Kagamine Append's first anniversary, Tokyo Teddy Bear's single was released by [[KARENT]].
   
 
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