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Harry Gregson-Williams:The Kings And Queens Of Old Lyrics
The film adaptation of C. Lewis' second novel in the The Chronicles of Narnia series begins with the valiant Prince Caspian's kingdom suffering under the control of his evil uncle King Miraz, and composer Harry Gregson-Williams introduces the score with an immediately dark and audacious tone in "Prince Caspian Flees. Sweeping strings lift up the end of this standout track with notes that climb skyward in intimations of triumph. Of course a movie with a budget this big wouldn't dare leave a pop song or two out of the soundtrack, and Regina Spektor delivers with her glowing voice on the appropriately cinematic ballad "The Call. Sign Out.
Those of you eagerly following the development of the Carrie Underwood song for Dawn Treader will likely be delighted to learn that VH1 has uploaded the lyrics to the song. It looks as if the transcriber had trouble identifying a few words, but most of the lyrics are intact.
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The song talks about how we perceive material edifices and things we take for granted in a time of great struggle, in this case, war. When the eponymous lyric "We are the kings and queens of promise", just like a king or queen has great power, we too have great power to fulfill our promise, our promise to succeed when failure is not an option. Remember that 30 Seconds to Mars wrote this at a time when a lawsuit could potentially destroy all they have worked for in the past decade, they ended up on top, they were their own kings. Now, the bridge, it echoes defeat, just as how the song mellows down before rising up to an uproaring chorale in the chorus. At least, this is what I think. I'm not really sure since I'm not very good at interpreting lyrics.
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Original score by Harry Gregson-Williams. What are the lyrics to the song playing at the end of the movie when the kings and queens of Narnia were going home? The song is "The Call" by Regina Spektor. What is the name and artist of the song playing at the end of the movie during the credits? The original is completely different though. The chorus is "every breath is magic.