>It could even be a dream – part 2

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O Brother, Where Art Thou? (2000) – the sirens

Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / You and me and the devil makes three / Don’t need no other lovin’ baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / Come and lay your bones on the alabaster stones / And be my ever lovin’ baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / Your momma’s gone away and your daddy’s gone to stay / Didn’t leave nobody but the baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / Everybody’s gone in the cotton and the corn / Didn’t leave nobody but the baby // You’re a sweet little baby / You’re a sweet little baby / Honey in the rock and the sugar don’t stop / Gonna bring a bottle to the baby // Don’t you weep pretty baby / Don’t you weep pretty baby / She’s long gone with the red shoes on / Gonna meet another lovin’ baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / You and me and the devil makes three / Don’t need no other lovin’ baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / You and me and the devil makes three / Don’t need no other lovin’ baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / Your momma’s gone away and your daddy’s gone to stay / Didn’t leave nobody but the baby // Go to sleep you little baby / Go to sleep you little baby / Come and lay your bones on the alabaster stones / And be my ever lovin’ baby.

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11 Comments to “>It could even be a dream – part 2”

  1. >I remember watching that movie, and finding it so strange yet amusing! Especially George Clooney…

  2. >Eu gosto deste filme, mas confesso que não me lembrava desta cena!

  3. >Love the trailer! Oh! And I love the white tights from your previous post!

  4. >i loved that movie. but but but… reading the words of the song scares me. come lay your bones on the alabaster stones? don't leave nobody but the baby? what does that mean?

  5. >Acho que esse talvez seja o melhor do filme, um dos meus preferidos dos Coen. Tudo é muito estranho, mas incrivelmente bom.

  6. >Fantastic scene. Wonderful adaptation of classic literature.

  7. >I love the film! But, like Kamila, I also didn't remember this scene. Strange because it is very unique and bizarre.Ciao!

  8. >I think what's most interesting about this clip is that the lead "singer" here was on Buffy! She was the praying mantis teacher, that's all I can ever think about when I see that scene.On a more germane note, it's a great song/movie.

  9. >Seraphine, I have no idea what it means! hehehe But yeah, superweird song and scene..but I like it somehow:-)Catroux, do you mean Buffy, the TV series? I can't remember her.

  10. >Love this movie and the song. I bought the soundtrack right after seeing it. I know, since it was based on the tale of the Odyssey, they were supposed to stand in as the sirens.

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