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What Lolo sees when she hears Spencer singing the song.

The Song is one of Billy Joe Cobra's pop songs, introduced in Lolo in Love. It is special because it is formulated in such a way that it makes anyone listening fall in love with the singer.

BJC once performed it at a concert full of fangirls, all of whom attacked him on stage. He later taught it to Spencer Wright and Rajeev with the intent of making Lolo Calorie fall in love with Rajeev.


Spencer's rendition

Lolo, no!

I do Tokyo
It’s all, "(きみを愛してる) kimi wo aishiteru"
That’s right, they love me
And when home is near
You know I gotta hear
I love you
It means you love me

‘Cause when you look into this boy's eyes
It drives you all insane

Because you love me

You know I gotta hear
I love you

Rajeev's rendition

Rajeev, master of seduction.

In Moscowtown,
All I hear is, "(я тебя люблю) ya tebya lyublyu"
It means you love me


  • The only way to make the song's effect wear off is to make the listener sick of hearing it.
  • Billy prevents Spencer and Rajeev from listening to a recording of the song, for fear of them falling in love with him, but ironically his only issue with Spencer's plan of playing it in public to deter Lolo was the idea that it was possible for people to get sick of his music.
    • Rather than falling in love with Spencer, who did the vocals for the version he played, listeners would fall in love with whomever was nearest to them.
    • Spencer wears noise-cancelling headphones while playing his rendition, implying he either anticipated falling in love with himself or falling in love with the person nearest to him.
  • Kimi wo aishiteru means "I love you" in Japanese.
    • Spencer is not actually pronouncing it correctly. Aishiteru is pronounced "ai-sh'teh-roo", rather than "ai-shi-tah-roo".