It isn't horrible because I happen to like the song a lot. "Come to the Moon," is an obscure Gershwin tune and I thank Lloyd Schwartz for introducing it to me by recommending Broadway Show Stoppers (get it!). I'm not sure why the song is infiltrating my thoughts now (dreams of escape?) but in my experience, the only way to rid oneself of an earworm is to hear the song in its entirety. Unfortunately the "worm" activates itself when I'm away from my music collection. So I've done the obvious: searched the nooks and crannies of YouTube for a video, preferably of an award-winning college choir like this one giving it the full treatment. No such luck. Instead, I waded into the apparently very deep waters of the Japanese Vocaloid . The "singer" of Gershwin's tune is Megurine Luka (巡音ルカ, a twenty-six year old female who "sings" in both English and Japanese. What strikes me as bizarre here is that the vocaloids are opting to cover these old standards. Is this a good thing or a bad thing? You tell me.