Super Dimension Cavalry Southern Cross - Opening Theme

Opening Theme

"Hoshi no Déjà vu" (星のデジャ・ブー, Hoshi no Deja bū?, Stellar Déjà vu)

  • Vocals: Yoko Katori

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