If you’re curious how many songs you’ll be able to play along to in Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, we have you covered! As revealed over time on the game’s official Japanese website, and handily collated by Kingdom Hearts Insider, we have the full list as of this writing right here.

Here’s a full list of every song in Kingdom Hearts: Melody of Memory, organized by Kingdom Hearts game of origin:


Kingdom Hearts


  • Dive into the Heart -Destati-
  • Destiny Islands
  • Bustin’ Up on the Beach
  • Kairi I
  • Night of Fate
  • Destiny’s Force
  • Traverse Town
  • Shrouding Dark Cloud
  • Welcome to Wonderland
  • To Our Surprise
  • Olympus Coliseum
  • Go for it!
  • Squirming Evil
  • Hand in Hand
  • A Day in Agrabah
  • Arabian Dream
  • A Very Small Wish
  • Monstrous Monstro
  • Under the Sea
  • An Adventure in Atlantica
  • This is Halloween
  • Spooks of Halloween Town
  • Captain Hook’s Pirate Ship
  • Pirate’s Gigue
  • Hollow Bastion
  • Scherzo di Notte
  • End of the World
  • Fragments of Sorrow
  • Guardando nel buio
  • Simple and Clean

Kingdom Hearts Final Mix


  • One-Winged Angel (from FINAL FANTASY VII)
  • Another Side

Kingdom Hearts Re:Chain of Memories


  • The Force in You
  • Naminé
  • Castle Oblivion
  • Forgotten Challenge
  • Lord of the Castle


Kingdom Hearts II


  • Sanctuary ~opening version~
  • Lazy Afternoons
  • Sinister Sundown
  • Tension Rising
  • The 13th Struggle
  • Roxas
  • Sora
  • The Afternoon Streets
  • Working Together
  • Magical Mystery
  • Reviving Hollow Bastion
  • Scherzo di Notte
  • Desire for All That Is Lost
  • Waltz of the Damned
  • Dance of the Daring
  • The Home of Dragons
  • Fields of Honor
  • Vim and Vigor
  • The Underworld
  • What Lies Beneath
  • Rowdy Rumble
  • Monochrome Dreams
  • Old Friends, Old Rivals
  • Part of Your World
  • Adventures in the Savannah
  • Savannah Pride
  • Space Paranoids
  • Byte Bashing
  • Sinister Shadows
  • The 13th Dilemma
  • Sacred Moon
  • Deep Drive
  • Riku
  • Darkness of the Unknown


Kingdom Hearts II Final Mix


  • What A Surprise?!
  • Happy Holidays!
  • The Other Promise
  • Rage Awakened
  • Fate of the Unknown


Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days


  • Musique pour la tristesse de Xion
  • Secret of Neverland
  • Crossing to Neverland
  • Fight and Away
  • Vector to the Heavens
  • Another Side -Battle Ver.-


Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep


  • The Promised Beginning
  • Future Masters
  • Terra
  • The Secret Whispers
  • Risky Romp
  • Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo
  • Castle Escapade
  • The Silent Forest
  • The Rustling Forest
  • The Tumbling
  • Ventus
  • Enter the Darkness
  • Radiant Garden
  • Black Garden
  • Black Powder
  • The Encounter -Birth by Sleep Version-
  • Mickey Mouse March
  • Up Down Adventure
  • Hau’oli, Hau’oli
  • Mákaukau?
  • Daydream upon Neverland
  • Neverland’s Scherzo
  • Rage Awakened -The Origin-
  • Aqua
  • Dismiss


Kingdom Hearts Re:coded


  • Wonder of Electron
  • No More Bugs!!


Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance


  • Traverse in Trance
  • Hand to Hand
  • Le Sanctuaire
  • La Cloche
  • Majestic Wings
  • Access the Grid
  • Digital Domination
  • The Fun Fair
  • Prankster’s Party
  • One for All
  • All for One
  • Sacred Distance
  • Deep Drop
  • L’Oscurita dell’Ignot
  • L’Impeto Oscuro
  • The Eye of Darkness


Kingdom Hearts 0.2 Birth by Sleep -A fragmentary passage-


  • Wave of Darkness I


Kingdom Hearts III


  • You’ve Got a Friend in Me – KINGDOM HEARTS III Version –
  • Happy Hair Day
  • Monster Smash!
  • Let It Go
  • Robot Overdrive
  • Graveyard Labyrinth
  • Rise of the Union
  • Don’t Think Twice


Kingdom Hearts Orchestra -World Tour- Album


  • Destati


Piano Collections KINGDOM HEARTS


  • Hand in Hand
  • Working Together – Allegro vivace
  • Sora – Allegro con brio




  • Medley of Conflict


Other Titles


  • Circle of Life
  • A Whole New World
  • Beauty and the Beast


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Written by Tom Brown

Always excited to see something a little bit different, Tom is ready to report on games of all shapes and sizes, whether they be wonderful or weird (or, better yet, both.) Rest assured, if Nintendo ever announces Elite Beat Agents 2, he’ll be there.

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