Bless the creation of this thread.
Musunde Hiraite Rasetsu to Mukuro - Nobody seems to understand exactly what this song might be about, but the general themes and tone fit Higurashi well. Especially the group think ideology that Hinamizawa has which causes a lot of misunderstanding and suffering.
Miss Jackson - Beato does a damn good job of being a culprit and a villain, but most fans, and Battler, love her anyway.
Dark Horse - “So you wanna play with magic? Boy, you should know what you’re falling for”
Dollhouse - A song about a dysfunctional family and disguising one’s faults behind pretty embellishments. Also, that clock ticking in the background…
Kagami - A song based in fairytale, dealing with internal struggles.
Fairytale - It’s like Alexander Rybak finished Umineko and made a BeaBato song.
Utopia - A song to describe the Golden Land, or perhaps Battler’s depiction of the family in EP 8 (which is described as being close to the Golden Land).
Cake - Perhaps Beato’s feelings towards Battler pre-EP 5. Especially fitting considering how much she seems to like food metaphors.
Haunted - Kinzo’s twisted relationship with the three generations of Beatrice, perhaps representing Sayo’s disgust for him.
My Last Breath - Makes me think of EP 8’s magic ending… Rest in peace, my most beloved witch, Beatrice.
Imaginary, Demo - The demo version specifically for the line “If you need to leave the world you live in, lay your head down and stay a while/Though you may not remember dreaming, something waits for you to breathe again”.
I Knew You Were Trouble - I apologize.
WTC in general
Jinsei Game - A description of a witch’s game from the perspective of pieces.
Rolling Girl - Having a problem, but being unable to speak up about it until it’s already become something out of control.
World’s End Dancehall - To the pieces, the fragments are all very real worlds.
Kuroi Torikago - A song about being unable to escape some sort of predetermined fate or problem.
Bacterial Contamination - Relates to the cycle of bullying, and expresses it in a similar dark manner as Higanbana does. The “bacterial contamination” spreads from person to person, from bully to the bullied.
Also, Imaginary, Demo might also apply to The Princess’ Lie.
I’ll probably think of more for Higurashi and Higanbana later on and update this. I kinda wore myself out with all the Umineko stuff.