Song of Healing
|"Song of Healing"|
The Happy Mask Salesman teaching Link the "Song of Healing" in Majora's Mask
|Game(s)|| Majora's Mask|
|Instrument(s)|| Ocarina of Time (MM)|
Wolf Link's howl (TP)
Spirit Flute (ST)
|Note(s)|| Majora's Mask|
|Power(s)|| Heals souls and turns them into masks (MM)|
Calls the Golden Wolf (TP)
Heals Link (ST)
|Learned in|| Clock Tower (MM)|
Death Mountain (TP)
Forest Temple (ST)
In Majora's Mask, the "Song of Healing" is taught to Link by the Happy Mask Salesman after Link, cursed in the shape of a Deku Scrub, retrieves the stolen Ocarina of Time from Skull Kid. The notes of the song heal Link's soul, and the young hero returns to his Hylian form. The Deku Mask then materializes and is kept as a memento of his time as a Deku. Link utilizes the song many times thereafter, as it has the capability of healing a soul and giving peace to those who cannot forget.
Frequently, using the "Song of Healing" on tormented individuals yields a mask. The Goron warrior Darmani and the Zora guitarist Mikau each grant Link the use of their mortal bodies through transformation masks in return for his promise to aid their people. The spirits, finally at ease, depart to the afterlife as Link watches over their graves.
The "Song of Healing" is also used to heal Kamaro—a dancer's ghost found in Termina Field— and the researcher in Ikana Valley. If the song is played to the Poe Collector in the Spirit House, he will lower the price of his mini-game from 30 to 10 Rupees, while commenting that not all spirits can be healed by that song.
It will also repair broken signs upon being played near them.
In Spirit Tracks, the "Song of Healing" is learned at the entrance to the Forest Temple. If it is not learned there, there are other opportunities at the entrances to some, but not all of the other temples. However, the song itself sounds and functions entirely differently. Playing it with the Spirit Flute while in a dungeon causes the Spirit of Healing to appear and heal Link completely. It can only be used once per dungeon.
- The notes in the "Song of Healing" from Majora's Mask are the same as "Saria's Song", except they are reversed.
- When Link plays the "Song of Healing" in the European version of Spirit Tracks, it says that he played the "Song of Recovery."
- "You got the Deku Mask to keep as a memento!" — N/A (Majora's Mask)
- "This is a melody that heals evil magic and troubled spirits, turning them into masks." — Happy Mask Salesman (Majora's Mask)
- "What a soothing melody... My sorrows are melting away into the song." — Darmani (Majora's Mask)
- "Baby! If I die like this... Even if I die... It won't be in peace... That's for suuure! Somebody, please rescue her eggs before the pirates take their toll. Oh, somebody, somebody, please heal my soul." — Mikau (Majora's Mask)
- "I leave my undying feelings with you..." — Darmani (Majora's Mask)
- "For the Goron Village... I have asked for your assistance..." — Darmani (Majora's Mask)
- "I'm depending on you to help that singer girl..." — Mikau (Majora's Mask)
- "The deeds I accomplished while living are carved on my grave. You should read it." — Darmani (Majora's Mask)
- "Carve my farewell song on my grave..." — Mikau (Majora's Mask)
- "I am no longer part of the living...My sadness to the moon... I haven't left my dance to the world...I am filled with regret." — Kamaro (Majora's Mask)
- "This mummy looks different... Sorta like it's here waiting for its human heart to be healed." — Tatl (Majora's Mask)
- "You cannot heal all souls with that song. The earthly cost to you will be 30 Rupees! I'd like to be able to take that much... But I shall take 10 Rupees..." — Poe Collector (Majora's Mask)
- "Hmm? Somehow, my heart is eased. This melody has a serenity to it... And yet... To one of the dead and darkness, like myself, a song like that no longer holds meaning for me." — Sharp (Majora's Mask)
- "The Spirit of Healing can't help you more than once..." — N/A (Spirit Tracks)
- "You got the Song of Healing! Play it in a dungeon to restore your hearts one time." — N/A (Spirit Tracks)
|Names in Other Regions|
|Japanese||いやしの歌 (Iyashi no Uta)||Healing Song|
|Spanish||Canción de Curación||Song of Healing|
|Canción de curación (ST)||Song of healing|
|French|| Chant de l'Apaisement (MM)
Chant de la guérison
| Song of Appeasement|
Song of Healing
|German||Lied der Befreiung (MM)
| Song of Liberation|
|Italian||Melodia del ristoro||Melody of the restore|