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This article is about the Japanese theme song. For the English theme song, see Rise.


Gatti'n'Roll is the Japanese opening and ending theme to the Beyblade Burst GT series. It debuted alongside the first episode of the season, Time to Get Serious! Ace Dragon!.

Lyrics

Japanese

TV Size

ベイブレードバースト!

ベイブレードバースト!

ベイブレードバースト!ガチ!

ベイブレードバースト!

ベイブレードバースト!

ベイブレードバースト!ガチ!

フュイス トワ フュイス! ガツチンコ!

火花を敵らして レディ トワ ゴ 一!

3! 2! 1! GO SHOOT!

け掖けろ! のベイブレード!

(ガチンコ! バトルはいつたって!)

命燃やしていこうぜ!!

(ガチンコ! 勝負に勝つため!)

マジでガチでいこうぜ!!

ベイブレードバースト!

ベイブレードバースト!

ベイブレードバースト!ガチ!

全力バースト!! 熱血バースト!!

3! 2! 1! GO SHOOT!

English Translation

TV Size

Beyblade Burst!

Beyblade Burst!

Beyblade Burst! Gachi!

Beyblade Burst!

Beyblade Burst!

Beyblade Burst! Gachi!

Face to Face! Gatinko!

Sparks are flying! Ready to go!

3! 2! 1! Go Shoot!

Race ahead! My Beyblade!

(Heated Battles! Battles always need you!)

To give 'em everything you got!!

(Heated Battles! To take the win!)

You really gotta get serious!!

Beyblade Burst!

Beyblade Burst!

Beyblade Burst! Gachi!

Full-powered Bursts!! Hot-blooded Bursts!!

3! 2! 1! Go, Shoot!!

Characters

Beyblades

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Trivia

  • This is the first Japanese Beyblade Burst theme song to also play in the ending credits.
  • This is the shortest Japanese Beyblade Burst theme song with it being 45 seconds.
    • This could be due to the season being a stream exclusive and the episodes being 11 minutes long.
    • This is also the first Beyblade Burst opening theme where the TV sized version of the opening theme is the same length as its English counterpart.
  • The second, third, and fourth openings of Gatti'n'Roll! are the first Burst openings to not include Valt Aoi.
  • The second and fourth openings of Gatti'n'Roll! are the first Burst Japanese openings where the character in the featured character visual is not battling the main protagonist in the battle scene, in which in opening 2, Aiga Akaba is featured after the battle visual, but the battle is with Delta's Venom Diabolos. This occurs again in the fourth opening, where Gwyn Ronny and Arthur Percival are featured after the battle visual, but the battle is with Delta's Master Diabolos.
    • In Opening 2, this is most likely due to Aiga's Union Achilles making its debut seven episodes after the opening's debut.
    • In Opening 4, this is most likely due to Gwyn's Bigbang Genesis making its debut two episodes after the opening's debut. The reason for Prime Apocalypse could be due to it already getting a battle visual in opening 3.
  • The fourth ending for Gatti'n'Roll! is the only GT Japanese ending to have a different end card than the other endings, now having the Victories Club and Delta Zakuro running off into the distance.
  • The third opening for Gatti'n'Roll! is the only GT Japanese opening to not reuse the Z Achilles vs. Crash Ragnaruk battle animation from Beyblade Burst Super Z, instead it uses a brand-new animation.
    • The second and fourth openings for Gatti'n'Roll! have the exact same battle animation, but Ace Dragon and Venom Diabolos are replaced with Imperial Dragon and Master Diabolos, and after they clash in the fourth opening, the scene is extended before the transition.
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