Top 10 Creepiest Vocaloid Songs

I heard about 50 million creepy vocaloid songs but what do you think?
The Top Ten
1 Okaasan

Okaasan never seemed creepy to me, but I understand why others find it so. The song has a somewhat hopeless tone, and the robotic voice of Miku doesn't make it sound any less creepy. It's definitely worth a listen. There was also a remixed version called Okaasan Rebirth, which I personally think sounds better than the original.

This one is scary once you notice the lyrics, but I feel like since I can kind of relate to them, it's not as scary. But yeah, it was pretty scary, especially the reverse part.

2 Ant Observation

According to this one, I'm screwed. I hate ants.

3 Greetings from the Bottom of the Well

My theory is that Miku, Rin, and Meiko were mentally and physically scarred by a traumatic childhood and decided to kill themselves. They later are revived as ghosts who haunt the well in which they drowned themselves.

When you see water, what do you do? Jump in and drown yourself? That's what Miku thinks, and fun fact, this happened right after Kimi as Dekinai Ko. By the way, she deserves it for ruining the UTAU's fame and other Vocaloids' lives by killing them. OKAASAN IS A LIE!

I think the song's about a man who cheated with three women and then threw them in a well.

4 Crushed Mary

I think that this song needs to be number 1 and Okaasan number 2. Crushed Mary is more creepy and disturbing. Since I don't know if this is a song, and I was on my headphones, it really scared me!

As a person with high anxiety, I was not prepared. I saw someone say that Yuki sang a really disturbing song called "Crushed Mary," and I was so curious that I searched it up and watched it at 12:00 AM. After 30 seconds, I was done and went to listen to 'Viva Happy' to cheer me up.

This is one of the most disturbing things I've listened to. The headphones make it even eerier.

5 Jisatsu Shoujo - Hatsune Miku

Although the song sounds creepy, the lyrics are extremely depressing. When Miku says "drug scandal rumor," she is indicating that other students are spreading false accusations about her involvement in a drug scandal. She starts cutting and engaging in other forms of serious self-harm.

She even attempts to drown herself. Miku has written many songs about this frightening experience, yet no one seems to care. She is subjected to bullying over the phone, at school, and virtually everywhere she goes. The bullies even placed a fake tongue in her mailbox to frighten her. She suffers mentally from the horrendous bullying and physically due to self-harm.

Miku mentions Len in the song a couple of times. This portrayal made me despise him because it suggests that Len is the leader of the bullies. When she mentions "the desk long forest of flowers," it refers to a Japanese tradition of placing a flower on someone's desk if they have died. If the person is still alive, it signifies a wish for that person's death. In Miku's case, the bullies wish for her demise. It is highly likely that Miku committed suicide at the end. Thank you.

6 The Secrets of Wysteria

I think I should watch this before Okaasan because it's scarier. The way the words are delivered, and hearing the old man's voice backwards, gave me chills. I was watching a reaction video at the time. Usually, I don't get scared during reaction videos, but this was genuinely creepy.

This song is absolutely terrifying, in a good way though. I have always loved creepy things, and this song really deserves to be in at least the top 10. The song has a creepy vibe to it and it's about a real serial killer! Oliver's voice sounds absolutely amazing singing this, and it adds to the creepiness of the song.

I was sitting in my living room and singing this song, and everyone thought I was nuts. This song is very disturbing to listen to, and I love it! The lyrics are just incredibly scary to listen to, and the video along with it adds to the eeriness of the song. If you ever want to give someone a good scare, I suggest walking down a dark hallway at night while playing this song and humming along to it.

It takes quite a bit to scare me, but this song is pretty frightening. There are a lot of creepy Vocaloid songs out there (many of them sung by Oliver), but this one takes the poisoned cake.

7 The Spider and the Kitsune Like Lion

It's been a bit since I've listened to this song, but it's a bop. It does feature cannibalism. I won't say too much about it, but it's worth a listen.

Oh gosh, that song. I was about to sing it in French with a friend. I was Gumi. No, it is like Boku No Pico for me. I'm the kind of person who imagines images when people are talking, and then those lyrics. Very, very gory. Well, I love food, by the way!

Little fact: I made one of my friends react to the lyrics. She wanted to listen to it again. I was scared, really scared.

I didn't even watch the video, but I looked up the lyrics in English. That's terrifying enough. Gumi eats Miku but gets turned on by it. So disturbing, disgusting, scary, creepy, and any other word you could come up with. Is this related to the fox's wedding? It's quite similar.

8 Mother of Pearl Bones

I watched this and it gave me such a Gorillaz vibe, from the beginning of their career. Well, people will think of funny cartoons, but the real fans know about the creepy, chilly atmosphere of the less known songs. And that's what I'm talking about.

I agree with the comment below. This song does remind me of Gorillaz in the Phase 1 part of their career.

9 Guard and Scythe

It's about the hell's guard who brings the scythe to punish the sinner. Their hearts are turning black.

10 Gomen Ne Gomen Ne

This was one of the worst songs Kikuo has ever made. It's "supposed to raise awareness," but it doesn't. I know what this is because I was a victim myself, but this is just purely sick. I don't know how Kikuo thought of something like this. This is worse than any other song I've heard from him.

The lyrics are grotesque, sure, but I honestly appreciate that. With gory lyrics, Kikuo is showing how bad sexual assault and abuse are instead of making it seem better than it really is.

I have a really strong stomach. This nauseated me, especially the line "drinking up my amniotic fluid."

Y'all know what amniotic fluid is, right? It's that stuff that surrounds an unborn baby to protect it. When you take that into account, it's really sad as well as sickening.

The Contenders
11 Alice In Wonderland

To the person who asked if the song's name is Alice Human Sacrifice: This is a completely different song. Alice of Human Sacrifice is by Yugami-P, while Alice in Wonderland is by Machigerita-P. They are two completely different songs, and I can assure you, Machigerita's Alice in Wonderland is much creepier. I suggest you look it up.

12 Broken Human Machine

I love this song so much, yet no one talks about it. It's about a hatred of humanity, I think, and it conveys it well through the lyrics. I don't find this song very creepy though. It's more depressing than creepy.

I have no clue what this is about. But it's just weird and beautiful to me.

13 50/50 - Hatsune Miku

Best friends forever. Forever. FOREVER! Yeah, this song doesn't get disturbing until about halfway through. It really eases into it, and that totally adds to the creep factor. I still don't think it should be second on the list, but I agree it has its right to be here.

The scariest part is where the song just starts to get creepy when you don't fully expect it. As soon as that happened and I spotted what was in her hand, I knew something was going to go wrong.

I made the mistake of watching this without looking at the description, comments, or even knowing what it was about. And I watched it at night. Welcome, nightmares.

14 The Tailor Shop of Enbizaka

This is my favourite song from Akuno-P's Seven Deadly Sins series, and I really want to read the novel or manga based on this song. I was watching the Top 10 Yandere Vocaloid song video by Akidearest, and this song was included. After listening to the full song, it initially creeped me out, but after hearing it a few times, it became amazing and traditional instead of scary.

The song is beautiful and about Luka killing any girls who go near her beloved, and then wearing the things those girls had worn to make her love actually notice her. If you are terrified of Yandere characters, then don't watch.

15 Bacterial Contamination

Some people are scared of this just because of the video. The creepiest part at the very beginning lasts only for a little while, and the rest of the video isn't all that creepy. The lyrics are about a girl getting bullied, and she gets contaminated and darkened by all of this. She wants to spread the corruption to others.

The song ends with what I assume is the bullied girl ending her own life when she collapses to the ground and lays there, unmoving, all the bacteria gone from her body.

Personally, I don't find this song as scary as I used to think it was. The first time I saw it, it was nightmare fuel, but knowing what the song means, it's more depressing than scary. Calne Ca is telling about her being bullied at her school and all she wants to do is find revenge. We've all felt that way once (not physically making people suffer like what Calne did).

That's why I don't find the song so creepy anymore. I look back at the video and at some points in the song and feel sympathetic for her.

16 Suicide Song

I can totally relate to this song because of its use of metaphors. The line about not paying the water bill is a metaphor for a girl who wants to die but lacks the courage. It's like Abstract Nonsense, but more relatable for me because it doesn't involve bullying. I'm depressed for other reasons, but the song itself isn't scary.

That's a myth. Lavender Town syndrome doesn't exist. Once I see proof of Lavender Town's theme making lots of people commit suicide, I'll believe it. But for this song, I've never heard it, and the title is driving me away.

17 The Fox's Wedding

I love this song, and all three versions (original, second version, and 2015 remake) were awesome. However, the new 2017 remake was disappointing for me. I didn't like the dubstep music, violent lyrics, and somewhat scary illustrations. I'm pleading with Masa to not remake the entire Onibi series or the sisters' story. Please just leave it as it is!

I LOVE THIS SONG! The start just hits with a full boom with "grab an umbrella, oh, Ms. Kitsune please don't grab an umbrella." However, if you research, you'll find that the Fox's wedding is actually considered good luck in Japan, except in one place where it's considered bad, which kind of ruins the creepy atmosphere.


The name would never have made me think this was going to be creepy. I was wrong. This is actually one of my favorite songs now. It's actually pretty nice to hear and all.

Even the most beautiful flowers have to eat, and what do they eat? The flesh and bones of corpses. What lies under a beautiful face might be uglier than it seems. That beautiful face might be filled with death and despair within, beneath the flower.

Not too popular, but the name of the song just tells you that it will be creepy.

19 Rugrats Theory

Perfect. Just perfect. Kaai displayed a perfect tone to the song. It fits perfectly with the childish show. And her husky, high-pitched voice makes a perfect feel to the song.

Kaai Yuki sounded amazing singing this. I just love her songs! But that song, Calalini...

I love how the song sounds, but it always gives me one of those creepy feelings, you know? That is why this song is so good!

20 In a Rainy Town Balloons Dance With Devils

If you know the true meaning of this song, you'll understand how terrifying it is. I don't have the guts to explain. Just Google it or something.

Read up on the lyrical meaning of the devils and demons and what they say, and then tell me this isn't frightening.

The song is great and sounds kind of like a cheerful Halloween tune, but the video is downright disturbing!

21 Ievan Polkka

It is creepy, what do you mean, guys? It literally created a hell of its own. It's called Vocaloid hell. The largest hell I've ever seen. You uncultured fools.

It's so scary. Miku came right through the screen while singing it. It was a traumatic experience.

22 Happy Child

Babuchan's songs generally creep me out, but this one takes the cake. Here are some reasons:

The beginning, oh my god, the beginning. "I love you daddy" are the exact words in the beginning, and were probably all of their last because this was just a very gross interpretation of the story of Chronos. Some of the lyrics that don't even match with the main point are disgusting and depressing, like "I'm sorry I was born", "Entangle, Mix, Connect, Destroy!", and "Squish, squish, the sound of me being born" (my general "favorite" if you know what I mean).

The story is based on a cannibal, not that it was never done before, but when I saw and looked up everything, in the perspective of the child too, a part of the song clearly states, "Eat, eat, I'm delicious, eat, eat, eat, my eaten me" just got to me as well.

The illustrations, specifically at 1:58, 2:20, 2:45, and 2:56 (you're welcome), I was on the verge of vomiting. It was so grossly detailed. What was even worse was that when I first discovered this on a song list, the video was directly at 2:56, the one I consider the worst, because everything was merged together. I do not suggest watching the video. Just listen to it scrolled down, or find it on Tumblr (for those who are squeamish).

Not only do I find this very creepy, but seriously, this is the first song that managed to make me feel sick.

23 Dark Woods Circus

This song is kinda sad and creepy.

The sad sequel of the actually creepy Wide Knowledge of the Late, Madness.

I love the song and music video for "Dark Woods Circus." However, since I found out the real story behind it, I regret it. I can't sleep, and I feel very sad.

24 Song for Great Satan

I remember the first time I heard it, I just sat there, staring at my computer screen, thinking, "What did I just listen to?"

I think this is one of the creepiest songs on this list. I mean, the fact that Rin is singing about 'Great Satan' is so creepy!

When I'd listen to this one, I was like, What, Rin!?

25 Breaking Things Into Pieces

An ugly child with a knife in a horrible world with people killing people and destroying.

Sometimes I listen to this music, and I want to break my glass box in my head.

I have not listened to the song yet, but the PV is very disturbing.

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