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Totaka's Song

Totaka's Song is a little jingle made famous by Mario Paint and was originally referred to as the "Mario Paint Song." It plays at the beginning after the Title Screen and has appeared in many games since Mario Paint.

The song consists of a simple 19 beat loop, and it was composed Kazumi Totaka, the one who did the musical score for Mario Paint. Totaka's Song has supposedly appeared in every game Kazumi has been a part of, though a few games remain suspect, since no version of the song has been found in them yet.

The song actually was not first featured in Mario Paint. It was actually in X, a Japanese Game Boy Color game released in 1992. Mario Paint is where the song became popular and was the first American game where the song could be heard. The song has appeared in numerous games since then, and it is speculated that the song will appear in near-future works that Totaka is a part of, mainly Super Smash Bros. Brawl.

 
Song Appearances
» Animal Crossing (2001)
» Animal Crossing: New Leaf (2013)
» Animal Crossing: Wild World (2005)
» Kaeru no Tameni Kaneha Naru (1992 / Japan Release)
» Luigi's Mansion (2001)
» Mario Paint (1992)
» Pikmin 2 (2004)
» Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (1992)
» The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (1993)
» The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening Dx (1998)
» Virtual Boy Wario Land (1995)
» X (1992 / Japan Release)
» Yoshi's Story (1997)
» Yoshi's Touch & Go (2005)