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Fly Me To The Moon (∞ Climax Mix) is one of the main themes from Bayonetta alongside Mysterious Destiny.

It is a remix of the jazz standard Fly Me to the Moon which was written by Bart Howard in 1954. The 'Climax Mix' version was performed by Helena Noguerra.


The song first plays in the game's prologue during Bayonetta's introduction. It later plays for crucial moments and fights throughout the game's story.

A recording of the song by Brenda Lee off her 1963 album, All Alone Am I, plays once during the first cutscene at The Gates of Hell, and then again during the game's credits. On the Bayonetta Original Soundtrack, the 'Climax Mix' is track 8 of disc 1, while the Brenda Lee version is track 23 of disc 4.

Bayonetta briefly sings lyrics from the song in Chapters VI and XVI.

Bayonetta 2 & Bayonetta 3[]

The motif of having a remix of an old standard about the moon being one of Bayonetta's anthems carried into Bayonetta 2 and Bayonetta 3, which feature Moon River (∞ Climax Mix)and Moonlight Serenade (Eternal Climax Mix) respectively.



Fly me to the moon
And let me play among the stars
Let me see what Spring is like
On Jupiter and Mars

In other words
Hold my hand
In other words
Darling kiss me

Fill my heart with song
And let me sing for ever more
You are all I long for
All I worship and adore

In other words
Please be true
In other words
I love you


  • Golden LPs Mars, Bringer of War & Jupiter, the Bringer of Jollity are named after the lyrics "On Jupiter and Mars".
  • Both versions of Fly Me to the Moon are not included in streaming releases of the Bayonetta Original Soundtrack, likely due to licensing issues.
  • Helena Noguerra also provides vocals for Theme of Bayonetta - Mysterious Destiny.