|Magic Type||Eastern Magic|
The Song (Kanji: 歌, Katakana: ソング, Romanji: Songu), like The Voice, loves singing. It is attracted to any beautiful songs that it hears, often copying them (to memory). However, unlike Voice, Song cannot steal people's voices, it merely copies them. Song is very shy and is easily scared away by loud sounds or sudden movements, but it can be coaxed into its visible form if it feels safe. The Song will also try its best to make the song perfect just like the singer of the song.
The Song is under Windy.
Song's visible form resembles a young girl wearing a long dress, all in lavender-white, and bluish-lavender headgear. The headgear resembles a treble clef, and the dress resembles the front of a stringed-instrument. Her dress also has the 'F holes', which are long to look like the cello. Her hair is purple, and split into two sides with the ends in a curl. In Clow Card form, Song has musical notes in the background.
Song, as a Sakura Card, has no musical notes in the background, no treble clef on her headgear, and thicker curls.
In Episode 23 of the anime, Sakura first encounters Song in the school music room while investigating a rumor that it was haunted. According to the rumor, a young girl can be heard singing in the music room after everybody else has left.
While investigating the mysterious singing late one night, Sakura discovers that it is emanating from Song, but every time she tries to get close enough for capture, Meiling accidentally makes noise that frightens the card away.
After a continued pursuit, Sakura realizes that Song is singing a song that Tomoyo was rehearsing earlier that day and that it is using Tomoyo's voice. Tomoyo starts singing, too, which draws the card out and into its visible form, where it sings a duet with Tomoyo and then is immediately captured by Sakura.
In Episode 46 of the series, The Song appeared behind Sakura, to help her to remember her world.
Song is transformed in Episode 49, when Sakura uses it to lure a cursed piano, which follows the sound of Tomoyo's voice, off the roof of her school.
Appearances in Other Media
The Song appears in the Tsubasa: Reservoir Chronicle manga, being part of Suzuran's troupé in Shara country.
- The kanji at the top of the card: 歌, (Pronounced 'Uta') means 'song' or 'sing' in Japanese.
- ↑ CardCaptor Sakura Anime: Episode 37