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Using NicoNicoDouga as a source:

Demo songs
  • Hatsune Miku's first song(s) are called demo songs (デモソング). They date back to 2007, a few days before her initial release.[1]
    • Ballad - revealed later to be "Hoshi No Kakera" (Fragments of Stars)[2] by Eiji Hirasawa
    • "Kakurenbo" (Hide and Seek)[3]
    • "Pops"[4]
Cover songs
  • Hatsune Miku's earliest cover songs that are currently available as of this year. They date back to 2007, a few days after her release.
    • "Genesis of Aquarion"[5]
    • "JENOVA" from Final Fantasy 7[6]
    • "Ievan Polkka" by Loituma[7]
Comparisons to Voice provider
  • A 'song' from Tokimeki Memorial[8]
Original songs
  • Hatsune Miku's first original songs that are currently available as of this year. They date back to 2007.
    • "White Letter"[9] by GonGoss
    • "恋スルVOC@LOID" (Vocaloid in Love)[10] by OSTER-project
    • "すくーる・うぉーたー・こすちゅーむ"[11] by すくも
Additional info
  • A nonsensical song was done to the background music from the Lucky Star anime.[12]
  • "Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru" is an original song that quickly gained popularity during its time.[13]
References
  1. [1] All three demos
  2. [2] Fragments of Stars
  3. [3] Hide and Seek
  4. [4] Pops
  5. [5] Genesis of Aquarion
  6. [6] JENOVA
  7. [7] Ievan Polkka
  8. [8] Tokimeki Memorial
  9. [9] White Letter
  10. [10] Vocaloid in Love
  11. [11] すくーる・うぉーたー・こすちゅーむ
  12. [12] Lalala Koppepann
  13. [13] Miku Miku ni Shite Ageru