mutant_wolf2 (mutant_wolf2) wrote in thequestionclub,
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Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Hey TQC!

I've got a question for those who have seen "Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End" and also have the soundtrack.

There aren't any spoilers, but some people may be sick and tired of hearing about "Pirates 3"

The little boy singing (at the beginning of the movie and on the first track of the CD) clearly says for the last line of the song, "Never shall we die."

Fast forward a few minutes later in the movie.  Elizabeth Swann is softly singing that same song.  However, when the Singapore man finishes it for her, he sings, "Never say we die."

Now go back to the CD and skip a few songs to track 10, "What Shall We Die For."  At 1 minute, 30 seconds, is when the chorus in the background starts singing.  They start to sing the last half of the song the little boy and Elizabeth Swann were singing.  But you can clearly hear them singing, "Never say we die."

My questions to you is:
1) If you think about it, do you now notice the subtle change in words, or am I just crazy and imagining it?
2) Which do you like better:  "Never shall we die" or "Never say we die"
I like "Never shall we die"
3) What's you favorite song on the soundtrack?
My favorite is track 5, "Up Is Down"
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