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Luffy singing the first verse.

Luffy's Skypiea Song was a brief song, apparently of Monkey D. Luffy's own invention, meant to accompany exploration in Skypiea. Its two verses were first sung in Chapter 257 (Episode 169); Luffy had apparently prepared more verses, but was interrupted by Wyper before he could sing them.

It was sung again in Episode 291, by Luffy's Grand Jipang counterpart.

Lyrics

Japanese script Japanese Rōmaji English Translation
みなみのしまは Minami no shima wa The islands in the south are
あったけえ〜♪ Atta ke-e〜♪ Warm〜♪
あたまポカポカ Atama pokopoko Heads all a-swoon-swoon
アホばっか〜♪ Aho baka〜♪ Buncha fools〜♪
きたのしまは Kita no shima wa The islands in the north are
さむい〜♪ Samui〜♪ Chilly〜♪
あたまブルブル Atama buruburu Heads all a-brr-brr
アホばっか〜♪ Aho baka〜♪ Buncha fools〜♪

SBS Lyrics

At a fan's request, these additional verses were provided in Chapter 311's SBS.

Japanese script Japanese Rōmaji English Translation
ひがしのしまは Higashi no shima wa The islands in the east are
朝早ェ〜♪ Asa haya-e〜♪ Early〜♪
元気モリモリ Genki morimori Hearts all a-woo-hoo
アホばっか〜♪ Aho baka〜♪ Buncha fools〜♪
にしのしまは Nishi no shima wa The islands in the west are
夜遅ェ〜♪ Yoru oso-e〜♪ Late〜♪
体ウキウキ Karada ukiuki Bodies all a-firey-wirey
アホばっか〜♪ Aho baka〜♪ Buncha fools〜♪
あああ〜あくびでた〜♪ Aā〜akubideta Ahh... what a yawn〜♪
みんなニコニコ〜♪ Min'na nikoniko〜♪ Everyone's smiley-wiley〜♪
アホばっか〜♪ Aho baka〜♪ Buncha fools〜♪

FUNimation Lyrics

Oh, the islands in the south are warm...
And their heads get really hot...
They grow-a pineapples...
They grow-a coconuts...
And they're all morons!

The islands in the north are snowy...
And their heads get really cold...
They're very chilly-chilly...
They're very willy-nilly...
And they're idiots!

Notes

In the manga, to reflect Luffy's childish nature, the lyrics are depicted solely in hiragana, even for words One Piece usually spells with the more sophisticated kanji system.

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