K.K. Lament

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#45 K.K. Lament  
AlbumArt-Lament NH.png
Aircheck
Live Performance
Genre Enka
Mood Sad
Owned by Cesar (WW to NL),
Curt (NL),
Cyrano (NH),
Dobie (NL),
Hornsby (NL, NH),
Joey (WW, CF),
Moose (CF),
Oxford,
Rizzo (prior to NH),
Rocco (NL, NH),
Tank,
Walt (NH)
Main appearances
Name in other languages

Japanese けけえんか
Simplified Chinese K.K.演歌
French Complainte Kéké
Spanish Tota-lamento
Italian K.K. Lacrime
Russian Жалобная песнь К. К.

Korean K.K.트로트
Traditional Chinese K.K.演歌
Quebec French Complainte Kéké
Latin American Spanish Tota-lamento
German K.K. Klagelied
Dutch K.K.-klaagzang


"K.K. Lament" is a K.K. Slider song with a sad-sounding melody. Gulliver appears flying overhead on the album cover.

As the Japanese title suggests, this song is based on a style of Japanese music/singing called Enka. This type of music can be described as sentimental ballads, blending an almost lounge-like vocal performance with emotional themes, like from love, loss, death, and other hardships.

Cesar (from Wild World to New Leaf), Curt (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Cyrano (in Animal Crossing: New Horizons), Dobie (in Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo), Hornsby (beginning as of Animal Crossing: New Leaf - Welcome amiibo), Joey (in Wild World and City Folk), Moose (in Animal Crossing: City Folk), Oxford, Rizzo (before Animal Crossing: New Horizons), Rocco (beginning as of Animal Crossing: New Leaf), Tank and Walt (in Animal Crossing: New Horizons) all play this song in their homes if they have a stereo.

Trivia[edit]

  • In New Horizons, Tom Nook states that "K.K. Lament" is his go-to karaoke song.

Gallery[edit]

Sprites and models[edit]

Names in other languages[edit]

Japanese けけえんか
Keke enka
K.K. Enka

Korean K.K.트로트
K.K. Teuroteu
K.K. Trot

Simplified Chinese K.K.演歌 (iQue)
K.K. Yǎngē
K.K. Enka

Russian Жалобная песнь К. К.
Zhalobnaya pesn K. K.

Dutch K.K.-klaagzang

German K.K. Klagelied

European Spanish Tota-lamento

European French Complainte Kéké

Italian K.K. Lacrime K.K. Tears