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Let's Dance, Boys! is the 22nd track of Disc 4 of the Bayonetta Original Soundtrack. It primarily serves as the credits theme for the first original game.


Let's Dance, Boys! is featured in the first game following Bayonetta's final words of the game, which are, incidentally, "Let's dance, boys!" It is used for the game's credits theme, as well as during a reward cutscene following the credits.

Chapters Featured In[]

  • Epilogue: Requiem

Bayonetta 2[]

In Bayonetta 2, Let's Dance, Boys! is remixed into a 2nd Climax Version to match the new theme of the game, aptly named Let's Dance, Boys! (2nd Climax Ver.). The original track does not make an in-game appearance itself but is referenced when Bayonetta utters the exact final phrase she said in the first game. Unlike its predecessor, the 2nd Climax Version takes some lyrics from Tomorrow Is Mine.


In Other Media[]

While Let's Dance, Boys! does not appear in Bayonetta: Bloody Fate, the song used to fill its role is completely original to the movie, named Night, I Stand.

Let's Dance, Boys! appeared alongside Mysterious DestinyTomorrow Is Mine, Let's Hit The Climax!, Time for The Climax!, Red & Black, One of a Kind, Riders of the Light, After Burner (∞ Climax Mix), Friendship, and The Legend of Aesir as possible background music available for the Umbra Clock Tower stage in the Super Smash Bros. for 3DS/Wii U Bayonetta DLC pack.


  • Let's Dance, Boys!, One of A Kind, and Fly Me To The Moon are the only songs in the entire franchise that have titles that were actually spoken by Bayonetta herself.
  • Jeanne is the only character that danced with Bayonetta twice. Once on the plane, another on the missile.