Movie themes and soundtracks can leave a lasting impression on the viewer, some of the greatest works from people like Han Zimmer, John Williams, Ennio Morricone, John Barry and Jerry Goldsmith (Just to name a few) can stay with us for years and it doesn’t even have to be a lengthy piece of music at that.
One of the most recognised artists today is that of the aforementioned Han Zimmer and one of his most popular pieces is the theme for Davy Jones from Pirates of the Caribbean, a non-lyrical piece fits one of the villains of the movie very nicely.
Now, I bet I confused most with my title of this post, as I bet that the many that have seen the film and know the score would be screaming at their monitors saying that there are no lyrics with this piece and you would be right.”
However, someone has come up with some and I have listen to this for what seems like a thousand times and it fits well with the score, so I have decided to share with my followers, these lyrics could easily have been put to the score of the movie and it would could only have enhanced the film.
I like this piece of work so much that now I can’t listen to the theme of Davy Jones without these lyrics running through my head and I have had it playing in my head for about four days straight, it is not only beautifully thought out when it was written but also beautifully sung.
The video posted by Fialeja came with the following description – “A while ago I wrote down and sang some lyrics to the theme of Davy Jones” you can find their YouTube channel here
Plug your head phones in, turn up the volume and enjoy…