Mobile Suit Gundam - Opening and Ending Songs

Opening and Ending Songs

Opening
  • "Tobe! Gundam" (翔べ! ガンダム, Tobe! Gandamu?, Fly! Gundam)
    • Lyrics: Yoshiyuki Tomino (as the pseudonym "Rin Iogi")
    • Composition: Takeo Watanabe
    • Arrangement: Yuji Matsuyama
    • Artist: Koh Ikeda
Ending
  • "Eien ni Amuro" (永遠にアムロ?, Forever Amuro) by Koh Ikeda (TV series)
  • "Suna no Jūjika" (砂の十字架?, Cross of Sand) by Takajin Yashiki (Movie I)
  • "Ai Senshi" (哀 戦士?, Soldiers of Sorrow) by Daisuke Inoue (Movie II)
  • "Meguriai" (めぐりあい?, Encounters) by Daisuke Inoue (Movie III)
Interlude
  • "Char ga Kuru" (シャアが来る, Shaa ga Kuru?, Here Comes Char) by Hori Koichiro
  • "Kirameki no Lalah" (きらめきのララァ, Kirameki no Raraa?, Shining Lalah) by Keiko Toda
  • "Ima wa Oyasumi" (いまはおやすみ?, Now is Good Night) by Keiko Toda - Insert Song in Episode 36

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