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Moonlight Serenade (Eternal Climax Mix) is the one of the main themes of Bayonetta 3 alongside Al Fine. Like previous cover songs Fly Me To The Moon (∞ Climax Mix) and Moon River (∞ Climax Mix), the song is a remix of the classic standard "Moonlight Serenade". It was originally composed by Glenn Miller as early as 1938.

The "Eternal Climax Mix" was performed by Chess Galea and arranged by Seiji Hotta.

Bayonetta 3[]

The song first appears in the prologue during Bayonetta's introduction. It then plays frequently throughout the game in both vocal and instrumental variations for Bayonetta's fights against the Homunculi. A version with an extended intro titled EV102-1 Bayonetta All Stars ~Eternal Witches~ later plays during the fight against Singularity Balance when the fallen Bayonetta and Jeanne variants are revived.

A recording of the song by Frank Sinatra off his 1966 album, Moonlight Sinatra, plays during the game's credits.

The main track is included on the Bayonetta 3 Original Soundtrack as tracks 16 of disc 1. The Bayonetta All Stars intro and Frank Sinatra version is included as track 25 of disc 7 and track 40 of disc 8 respectively.


I stand
at your gate
and the song that I sing
is of moonlight
I stand
and I wait
for the touch
of your hand
in the June night
The roses
are sighing
a Moonlight Serenade

The stars
are aglow
and tonight how their light
sets me dreaming
My love,
do you know
that your eyes are like stars brightly beaming?
I bring you
and sing you
a Moonlight Serenade

Let us stray till break of day
In love's valley of dreams
Just you and I,
a summer sky,
A heavenly breeze
kissing the trees

So don't
let me wait,
come to me tenderly in the June night
I stand
at your gate
and I sing you a song in the moonlight,
A love song,
my darling,
a Moonlight Serenade


  • Chess Galea also provides vocals for Theme of Bayonetta 3 - Al Fine.
  • The Bayonetta All Stars version of the song is omitted from the in-game jukebox.
  • For some reason, this track does not follow the same naming format as its predecessors '(∞ Climax Mix)', instead using '(Eternal Climax Mix)'. Hideki Kamiya confirmed on Twitter that this was a typo.[1]