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Junjō (lit. "Pure Heart") is the fourth ending theme of Dragon Ball Kai, succeeding to "Dear Zarathustra". It debuted in episode 112, "The Star Performer Takes the Stage! Take Down the Demon King!!"
The theme is performed by the Japanese singer Leo Ieiri, who was 19 years old at the time. Its CD single was released in three versions in Japan on July 30, 2014: "Limited Edition: A Type" (which includes a DVD packed with music video, making-of, and tour material), "Limited Edition: B Type", and "Standard Edition". The various releases come packed with b-sides "Sun Goddess", "a boy", and "For you" along with instrumental and/or acoustic versions depending on the version.
Japanese Romaji Lyrics (TV size)
Ai saretakute naitatte
Kako wa kaerarenai sa
Yami ni kiete ’ku junjō
WOW Kō shite michi naki michi o nukete
WOW Saigō ni te ni ireta mono Ima
Kikoete ’ru Mirai e tsunagu ashiato
Surechigau Namae mo shiranu kenja wa
DON'T BEAT UP! DON'T BEAT UP!
Taisetsu na mono wa subete
Kono ude no naka
- Goku is seen in his regular Super Saiyan form during his fight against Majin Vegeta, even though Goku is supposed to be a Super Saiyan 2 like in the anime. However, there's small lightning around his body.