I mean, I don't know if it's obvious but the song feels like it's about someone having trouble expressing themselves to people, especially the person that they love. I think the biggest evidence for this is that the ending of the song shows miku trying again and again to say I love you but she fails sveral times before she succeeds. This is also especially sad because the person has left or is just no longer there, which means that she took so long to say I love you and to express her feelings that they ended up leaving. I think that biting her tongue in a way is to keep her from saying things that make her anxious too: When she bites her tongue after her hair is white with anxiety it turns back to normal as if she feels relieved by not saying the things that she feels. And then there are other examples like her neighbor complaining too much and her showing sympathy towards them, even if she thinks it's hopeless and she doesn't want to be so polite. The scream of frustration over not expressing things correctly and the repeated speech emulating stuttering (), just continue with the theme.I think it's also kind of charming how pinocchiop is able to keep similar themes whithin his songs instead of just making them separate items. I've been meaning to say something along these lines, but pinocchiop tends to portray certain things the same way through his songs, like the person that miku loves in most of these. Miku is portrayed as someone that has very human flaws, and who struggles with "simple" life affairs, but then there is the other person that often is almost devoid of these faults and difficulties. Miku often seeks them for forgiveness or sympathy. Depending on the song the person might have more flaws, like in 404 where the person fails to sympathize with miku, making her disappointed. Even so, she still looks up to this person and expects them to understand because she loves this person. In Non Breath Oblige, Miku wants to sort of save the person, but struggles to do so. Some other songs have other types of listeners, like the one that represents the bad aspects of society such as God-ish, Ghosts Play to the Audience, or Magical Girl and Chocolate. Some other songs have the singer encourage the listener like, Kick-Ass Literally*, Antenna, or even Ultimate senpai (which is the rare case in which the singer and the listener are represented as the same). So far I think the best way to explain it is that pinocchiop has got not only different characters for Miku, but also for the type of listener, the listener is also a pinocchiop character. I love the songs where the listener is Miku's love (for the lack of beter terms, it could be platonic or romantic idk). It always feels like the listener is someone that doesn't get miku because they are very conformist to society and fit in, while miku who is a misfit isn't understood by society; Even so, the listener seems to be close to Miku and wants what's good for her. They seem to be portrayed as a kind but unaware person, one that is very dear to the main singer most of the time, and that might not fully comprehend anything Miku is saying. The listener often portrays an aspect of society, good or bad, that Miku wishes to enlighten.
ピノキオピー - 甘噛みでおねがい feat. 初音ミク / Please Play-Bite
2023年05月12日 Tea Parameter 様