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"Alice of Human Sacrifice" is a song produced by Yugami-P, and performed by VOCALOIDs MEIKO, KAITO, Miku Hatsune, Len Kagamine, and Rin Kagamine. It is a twisted take on Lewis Carrol's Alice in Wonderland, recalling Wonderland as a sentient and evil dream that feeds off of humans to gain immortality.
[Aru tokoro ni, chiisana yume ga arimashita.]
[Dare ga mita no ka wakaranai, sore wa hontou ni chiisana yume deshita.]
[Chiisana yume wa omoimashita.
Kono mama kiete iku no wa iya da ...
Dosureba, hito ni boku o mite moraeru darou.]
[Chiisana yume wa kangaete kangaete, soshite tsui ni omoitsukimashita.]
[Ningen o jibun no naka ni mayoikomasete, sekai o tsukurasereba ii to.]
Ichibanme ARISU wa isamashiku ken wo katate ni, fushigi no kuni
Ironna mono wo kirisutete, makka na michi wo shiite itta
Sonna ARISU wa, mori no oku, tsumibito no you ni tojikomerarete
Mori ni dekita michi igai ni, kanojo no sei wo shiru sube wa nashi
Nibanme ARISU wa otonashiku uta wo utatte, fushigi no kuni
Ironna oto wo afuresasete, kurutta sekai wo umidashita
Sonna ARISU wa, bara no hana
Ikareta otoko ni uchikorosarete
Makka na hana wo ichirin sakase minna ni mederare kareteyuku
Sanbanme ARISU wa osanai ko
Kirei na sugata de, fushigi no kuni
Iron'na hito wo madowasete, okashi na kuni wo tsukuriageta
Sonna ARISU wa kuni no jou
Ibitsu na yume ni toritsukarete
Kuchiyuku karada ni obienagara, kuni no chouten ni kunrin suru
Mori no komichi wo tadottari
Bara no ki no shita de ochakai
Oshiro kara no shoutaijou wa HAATO no TORANPU
Yonbanme ARISU wa futago no ko
Koukishin kara, fushigi no kuni
Ironna tobira wo kugurinukete
Tsuisakki yatte kita bakari
Ki no tsuyoi ane to, kashikoi otouto
Ichiban Arisu ni chikakatta kedo
Futari no yume wa, samenai mama
Fushigi no kuni wo samayotta
[There once was a little dream.]
[Such a tiny dream it was, no one knew who had dreamt it.]
[The tiny dream thought,
I don't want to disappear ...
How can I make humans dream of me?]
[The little dream thought and thought, and at last had an idea.]
[I will make humans become lost in me, giving birth to a new world.]
The first Alice gallantly holds a sword in Wonderland.
Using her sword to cast away various things, she went to spread her bright red path.
This Alice is in the forest, imprisoned as a sinner.
If it wasn't for the path she created, there wouldn't be a way to know of her life.
The second Alice quietly sings a song in Wonderland
His various notes overflowed and created a mad world
This Alice is a rose.
He was shot to death by a madman.
The bright red flower blooms and when it's admired by all begins to wilt.
The third Alice is an immature girl
With a beautiful figure in Wonderland
She confused various people and created a strange country.
Alice is the country's queen.
Possessed by a distorted dream.
Fearing her rotting body, she reigns at the top of her country.
Following the forest's path,
At a tea party underneath a rose bush.
An invitation from the castle: an ace of hearts
The fourth Alices are twin children
They went through Wonderland with curiosity
Going through various doors,
Coming through only just a moment ago
A strong-willed big sister and clever little brother.
They came close to being the true Alice, though,
They don't awaken from their dream because
They wandered in Wonderland.
- The song appeared on the EXIT TUNES album Vocaloanthems.
- The song is commonly associated with (and may have been the inspiration for) a Creepypasta called the "Alice Killings". The story is about a series of Alice in Wonderland themed killings that took place in Japan, in which five people lost their lives. The dream's victims are eerily similar to the victims described in the story, and the circumstances of their deaths also match the song eerily well.