Crystal Dolphin
Engelwood Lyrics


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Ora Dolphin
Ora Dolphan
Ora Dolphin, Dolphan, Dolphon

Do do, do do, do
Do da, do, do
Do da, doo doo
Do do, do
Do da ,do do
Do do, do doo
Mm
Do do, do do
Do do, doo do
Do da, do doo
Oh
Do do, do doo
Do do, do doo
Doo, doo

Ora Dolphin
Ora Dolphan
Ora Dolphin, Dolphan, Dolphon

Do do, do do, do
Do da, do doo
Do da, doo doo
Do do, do do
Do da, do do
Do do, do doo
Mm
Do do, do do
Do do, doo do
Oh
Do do, do, doo




Do do, do, doo
Doo, doo

Overall Meaning

The lyrics of Engelwood’s song ‘Crystal Dolphin’ do not have any specific meaning per se. They appear to be a repetition of a few words like ‘Ora Dolphin’, ‘Dolphan’, and ‘Dolphin’. It is a song that is open to interpretation and can be perceived in many ways. The song has an upbeat tempo and has a feel-good essence. Listeners can use their own imagination and make connections between the words and the song's rhythm to create their interpretation.


The power of the song lies in the catchy repetition of words accompanied by an electronic sound that creates a soothing and calming effect. The song takes you on a journey into surreal surroundings, with visuals of crystal-clear waters and dolphins playing in the sea. The repetitive and catchy nature of the song makes it an instant hit and has received over 3 million views on YouTube.


Line by Line Meaning

Ora Dolphin
The singer chants the phrase as a form of meditation or to summon the dolphin spirit.


Ora Dolphan
Similar to the first line, this is another chant to summon the dolphin spirit.


Ora Dolphin, Dolphan, Dolphon
The singer continues the chant to fully immerse themselves in the dolphin spirit.


Do do, do do, do
This line represents the ebb and flow of the ocean waves.


Do da, do, do
The artist is mimicking the sound of a dolphin's clicking echolocation.


Do da, doo doo
Similar to the previous line, the singer continues to mimic the dolphin's echolocation.


Do do, do
This line still represents the sound of the ocean waves, but with a slightly different rhythm.


Do da, do do
The artist's clicking rhythm changes to a more deliberate one.


Do do, do doo
The rhythm of the dolphin clicking becomes faster and more intense.


Mm
The artist takes a brief pause, potentially to reflect on the sound and feelings they are invoking with their chant.


Oh
The singer lets out an exclamation, which could signify an intense connection with the dolphin spirit.


Do do, do doo
The artist returns to the fast clicking rhythm to express a continued connection with the dolphin.


Do do, do do
Another instance of the ocean wave sound being expressed.


Do do, doo do
The dolphin clicking rhythm returns, but with a different pacing.


Do do, do, doo
The singer's clicking rhythm changes to a triplet rhythm, further diversifying the sounds being expressed.


Do do, do doo
The triplet rhythm continues, with a quickened pace.


Doo, doo
The artist ends the chant, potentially feeling fully engulfed in the dolphin spirit.




Lyrics © Ultra Tunes, Warner Chappell Music, Inc.
Written by: Kingo Hamada, Kohei Oikawa, Matthew Engels

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Most interesting comment from YouTube:

@user-il2os5lf6o

イルカ=dolphin
音楽=music
ステレオ=stereo
飲み物=drink
冷たい=cold
売=sell
速い=fast

Crystal dolphin is based on a famous Japanese song, "dolphin in town"
I'm glad you used many Japanese words in this video!
Love this song from Japan♥



All comments from YouTube:

@Jameskii

Amazing visuals!!

@lautaroguzman4178

Sup James

@KazumaDesuwa

Pepega

@pepe_felipe

Rat

@chaingundrakin3705

YO ITS JAMESKII! P.S. hope you get back in the algorithm my dude.

@niqsy6116

Hello James

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@sethshort1098

Anybody who likes this art style, I'd suggest checking out the painter Hiroshi Nagai, who is famous for painting landscapes and cityscapes which were very popular during the Japanese "city pop" era of music and became lots of iconic album covers. This beautiful music video is very much a tribute to his style.

@BigroomBlitz1

Wow thank you!!! Gonna make a good look trough his work tonight

@madeofcastiron

thank you so much! i've always wanted an art piece that's similar to the japanese city pop album covers, but could just never figure out who the OG artist is

@spikespiegel6587

Up!

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