"Go, Rainbowman"

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"Go, Rainbowman"
Performed by Yu Mizushima, Young Fresh
Performed in
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"Go, Rainbowman" (行けレインボーマン,   Ike Reinbōman) is the theme song of the 1972 Toho tokusatsu series Warrior of Love Rainbowman, written by the show's creator Kohan Kawauchi. It was performed in part by the teenage Norihito Yasunaga, a stage name of Yu Mizushima, and the children's chorus group Young Fresh.[1] A new arrangement of the song was later used as the opening theme to the 1982 Warrior of Love Rainbowman anime series, for which it was renamed to "Warrior of Love Rainbowman" (愛の戦士レインボーマン,   Ai no Senshi Reinbōman), where it was sung once again by Yu Mizushima, who was coincidentally now the voice actor playing Rainbowman in the show, and the current members of Young Fresh.

Lyrics

"Go, Rainbowman"

Reinbō Sebun!
Indo no yamaoku de shugyō o shite
Daiba Datta no tamashī yadoshi
Sora ni kaketaru niji no yume
Imasara ato he wa hikenai zo
Dakara yuku no da
Reinbōman

Dasshu Wan! Tsū! Surī!
Ningen dare demo mina onaji
Hada ya kotoba no chigai o nozokya
Minna nakama da sōna no da
Soitsu o kowasu mono ga aru
Dakara yuku no da
Reinbōman
 
Dasshu Fō! Faibu! Shikkusu!
Tatoe kono mi ga dō narō to
Ai to seigi no meijiru mama ni
Umi mo koeyō doko made mo
Imasara yamete wa dame na no da
Dakara yuku no da
Reinbōman

Dasshu Sebun!

"Warrior of Love, Rainbowman" (Broadcast version)

Reinbōman!
Dasshu Wan! Tsū! Surī!

Indo no yamaoku de shugyō o shite
Daiba Datta no tamashī yadoshi
Sora ni kaketaru niji no yume
Imasara ato he wa hikenai zo
Dakara yuku no da
Reinbōman

Dasshu Sebun!

Videos

The extended version of "Go, Rainbowman"
The broadcast version of "Warrior of Love, Rainbowman"
The extended version of "Warrior of Love, Rainbowman"
Live performance of "Warrior of Love, Rainbowman" (2006)

Reference

This is a list of references for Go, Rainbowman. These citations are used to identify the reliable sources on which this article is based. These references appear inside articles in the form of superscript numbers, which look like this: [1]

  1. "Otasukeman Works Database". Tatsunoko Pro. Retrieved 2023-07-06.

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