- SAYONARA (Goodbye)
- YARISUGI Manbou (YARISUGI マンボウ; Sunfish that's Overdoing It)
- Lonely Fighter (ロンリーファイター)
- "Sayonara" was released in two months time from "UN ROCK STAR"; the song is a ballad that ties back to "Kizuna" and "Hana".
- On the single cover, an Orange Range logo was excluded this time. Also, if you look on the right road, the crack on the ground forms a heart. Another crack on the ground forms the letter "R".
- For the credits on this album, Yamato put "Hippie Happy Falsetto VOX" for under his title. Naoto's credits had a spelling error in which "Programming" was spelled as "programing".
- "Sayonara" is Orange Range's longest single (6:06) since the debut of Orange Range. The song was played in the live tour "FANTAZICAL" before it was officially announced.
- Hiroki said about "Sayonara", "I wrote this song about my ex-lover".
- During live tours, Hiroki plays the acoustic guitar in "Sayonara".
- The PV for "Sayonara" features Yusuke Santamaria and Hada Mika in a nine minute long masterpiece performance. The band members did not appear in the PV. Remarking about the PV, Naoto mentioned, "I wanted to try working with drama."
- "YARISUGI Manbou" is written as a message to Japanese people about overdoing things.
- Staff wrote narratives of a lonely samurai for the song "Lonely Fighter". The version in Ura Shopping has some words cut out.