Jivin' Rooftops is the fifth level in Watersong.
After Mari finds out that Rose is unable to speak, Rose's Butler explains how she lost her voice on a bet with Salem. The winner would claim the title of the greatest opera singer in the world, while the loser would loose their voice forever. With the use of a Promise Conch, Salem makes their pact forever binding. Rose then accepts the challenge. The Butler then explains that without the power of song, the village would cease to exist. And without her voice, her life hangs in the balance. He then goes on to explain that Miles left to look for the Promise Conch to save his mother's life. However, his absence only added to Rose's stress. The Butler then requests Mari to find Miles so Rose can be happy in her final days. Mari accepts his request, and promises to save Watersong. The Butler responds, telling her to not make promises she can't keep.
- Despite being labeled as the fifth level in Watersong, Jivin' Rooftops is played after Rhythmic Reef.