Lulu's Mother, who was also named Lulu, is a character mentioned in Majora's Mask.
Years ago, along with the members of the previous generation of The Indigo-Go's, this Lulu made the song "Ballad of the Wind Fish" famous. It was, in fact, listening to her sing at the Carnival of Time that inspired Gorman to enter show business, in the hopes that he might someday meet her.
When her daughter was a child, she would often sing the "New Wave Bossa Nova" to her. The Lulu of the current generation explains that she had forgotten that song from her childhood, and that her Eggs were laid to remind her of it. If, as Tijo speculates, Lulu is the descendant of the Zora protectors of the Great Bay Temple, then it is possible that it was through her Mother that this bloodline was carried. This would explain why Lulu sang the "New Wave Bossa Nova", which awakens the Giant Turtle and opens the way to the Great Bay Temple, to her daughter.
- "The one you heard singing must have been the original Lulu, mother of the current lead singer who's also named Lulu." — Toto (Majora's Mask)
- "It's their old standby... "Ballad of the Wind Fish." That's the song that members of the previous generation of The Indigo-Go's made famous!" — Toto (Majora's Mask)
- "I entered show business because I heard this song at the Carnival of Time long ago... By doing performances, I thought maybe I'd get to meet the singers of that song..." — Gorman (Majora's Mask)
- "But that song you played for me...My mother used to sing it often...long ago... Those eggs were laid to remind me of that. That song was from when I was a very young child, so I had forgotten it..." — Lulu (Majora's Mask)
- "There's a rumor that the ocean is getting weird 'cause there's trouble off shore at Great Bay Temple. And they say when that happens, something bad will befall the Zora descendant who's been protecting the temple. Do you catch my drift? And lately, Lulu has been looking kind of weird. Maybe Lulu's the..." — Tijo (Majora's Mask)