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It serves as one of the main fighting themes alongside Mysterious Destiny. The track itself is a remix of the popular standard song Fly Me to the Moon which was written by Bart Howard in One recording by Brenda Lee is used in the second half of the credits in Bayonetta. This version is the 23rd track of Disc 4 in the Bayonetta Original Soundtrack. The Climax Mix of the song is heard in nearly every chapter that isn't specifically dedicated to a boss i. It serves as a main fighting theme against, the Angels of Paradiso.
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Fly Me to the Moon
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Bayonetta herself even whispered the song in a scene. The background music sounds like something that would be perfectly at home in a multitude of SEGA arcade titles. All that said, I must admit I do prefer the version in the end credits, a by Brenda Lee. That will be getting its own Tuesday Tunes one day.
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Kaye Ballard made the first recording of the song the year it was written. Frank Sinatra 's version was closely associated with the Apollo missions to the Moon. In , when he began to write the song that became "Fly Me to the Moon", Bart Howard had been pursuing a career in music for over 20 years. A publisher tried to make him change some words from "fly me to the Moon" to "take me to the Moon," but Howard refused. He used his position as a piano accompanist and presenter at the Blue Angel cabaret venue to promote the song,  and it was soon introduced in cabaret performances by Felicia Sanders.