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Knows Not Seems The Hamlet Soundtrack. Act I Viva La Vida- Coldplay I used to rule the world Seas would rise when I gave the word Now in the morning I.

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1 Knows Not Seems The Hamlet Soundtrack

2 Act I Viva La Vida- Coldplay I used to rule the world Seas would rise when I gave the word Now in the morning I sleep alone Sweep the streets I used to own I used to roll the dice Feel the fear in my enemy's eyes Listen as the crowd would sing "Now the old king is dead! Long live the king!" One minute I held the key Next the walls were closed on me And I discovered that my castles stand Upon pillars of salt and pillars of sand I hear Jerusalem bells a ringing Roman Cavalry choirs are singing Be my mirror, my sword and shield My missionaries in a foreign field For some reason I can't explain Once you go there was never Never an honest word And that was when I ruled the world It was the wicked and wild wind Blew down the doors to let me in Shattered windows and the sound of drums People couldn't believe what I'd become Revolutionaries wait For my head on a silver plate Just a puppet on a lonely string Oh who would ever want to be king? I hear Jerusalem bells a ringing Roman Cavalry choirs are singing Be my mirror, my sword and shield My missionaries in a foreign field For some reason I can't explain I know Saint Peter won't call my name Never an honest word But that was when I ruled the world I hear Jerusalem bells a ringing Roman Cavalry choirs are singing Be my mirror, my sword and shield My missionaries in a foreign field For some reason I can't explain I know Saint Peter won't call my name Never an honest word But that was when I ruled the world

3 Act II No More Sorrow- Linkin Park Are you lost In your lies Do you tell yourself I don't realize Your crusade's a disguise Replace freedom with fear You trade money for lives I'm aware of what you've done No no more sorrow I've paid for your mistakes You're time is borrowed Your time has come to be replaced I see pain I see need I see lies and thieves Abused power with greed I had hope I believed But I'm beginning to think that I've been deceived You will pay for what you've done No no more sorrow I've paid for your mistakes You're time is borrowed Your time has come to be replaced Thieves and Hypocrites Thieves and Hypocrites Thieves and Hypocrites No no more sorrow I've paid for your mistakes You're time is borrowed Your time has come to be replaced No no more sorrow I've paid for your mistakes You're time is borrowed Your time has come to be replaced Your time has come to be replaced Your time has come to be erased

4 Act III Ill Keep Your Memory Vague- Finger Eleven This won't break your heart But I just think it could Cause I haven't tried as hard as I should To separate you from everything I do But I would never want to come between us two I'll keep your memory vague So you won't feel bad about me I'll say the things that you said Sometimes so it reminds me Now I'm thinking back To what I said before I hope your heart won't have to hurt anymore Cause it's really not that sad from here Because the moments I can feel you near They keep you close to me my dear And if they ever become too clear... Now you've gone away Don't worry it's ok That you're gone away Further than yesterday But you'll never leave these scenes My mind replays Where in the world have you gone now?

5 Act IV Know Your Enemy- Green Day Do you know the enemy? Do you know your enemy? Well, gotta know the enemy Violence is an energy Against the enemy Violence is an energy Bringing on the fury The choir infantry Revolt against the honor to obey Overthrow the effigy The vast majority Burning down the foreman of control Silence is the enemy Against your urgency So rally up the demons of your soul Do you know the enemy? Do you know your enemy? Well, gotta know the enemy Do you know the enemy? Do you know your enemy? Well, gotta know the enemy The insurgency will rise When the bloods been sacrificed Don't be blinded by the lies In your eyes Violence is an energy From here to eternity Violence is an energy Silence is the enemy So gimme gimme revolution Do you know the enemy? Do you know your enemy? Well, gotta know the enemy Do you know the enemy? Do you know your enemy? Well, gotta know the enemy Overthrow the effigy The vast majority Burning down the foreman of control Silence is the enemy Against your urgency So rally up the demons of your soul

6 Act V Breakdown- Seether The sun is gone and the flowers rot Words are spaces between us And I should've been drowned in the rivers I've found of token lust And I should've been down when you made me insecure So break me down if it makes you feel right And hate me now if it keeps you alright You can't break me down if it takes all your might 'cause I'm so much more than meets the eye And I'm the one you can never trust 'cause wounds are ways to reveal us And yeah I could have tried and devoted my life to both of us But what a waste of my time when the world we have is yours So break me down if it makes you feel right And hate me now if it keeps you alright You can't break me down if it takes all your might 'cause I'm so much more than all your lies Hate me, break me down So break me down So break me down So break me down if it makes you feel right And hate me now if it keeps you alright You can't break me down if it takes all your might 'cause I'm so much more than meets the eye

7 BIBLIOGRAPHY (2010). Retrieved February 18, 2010, from A-Z Lyrics Universe: 1) Denmark is now in a state of high alert and preparing for possible war with Young Fortinbras of Norway. A ghost resembling the late King Hamlet is spotted on a platform before Elsinore Castle in Denmark. King Claudius, who now rules Denmark, has taken Hamlet’s mother, Queen Gertrude, wife of the late King Hamlet, to be his wife. Hamlet distrusts King Claudius. The King and Queen do not understand why Hamlet still mourns his father's death over two months ago. In his first soliloquy, Hamlet explains that he does not like his mother marrying the next King of Denmark so quickly within a month of his father's death. Hamlet meets the Ghost of his father, King Hamlet and follows it to learn more. Hamlet learns from King Hamlet's Ghost that he was poisoned by King Claudius, the current ruler of Denmark. The Ghost tells Hamlet to avenge his death but not to punish Queen Gertrude for remarrying; it is not Hamlet's place and her conscience and heaven will judge her. Hamlet shares this with Horatio and Marcellus but swears them to silence. 2) Polonius learns from his daughter Ophelia that a badly dressed Hamlet met her, studied her face and promptly left. Polonius believes that Hamlet's odd behaviour is because Ophelia has rejected him. Polonius decides to tell King Claudius the reason for Hamlet's recently odd behaviour. King Claudius instructs courtiers Rosencrantz and Guildenstern to find out what is causing Hamlet's strange actions. He has become not just sad, depressed but he is showing other traits as well (slight insanity). Queen Gertrude reveals that only King Hamlet's death and her recent remarriage could be upsetting Hamlet. We learn more of Young Fortinbras' movements and Polonius has his own theory about Hamlet's transformation; it is caused by Hamlet's love for his daughter Ophelia. Hamlet makes his famous speech about the greatness of man. Hamlet plans to use a play to test if King Claudius really did kill his father as King Hamlet's Ghost told him. 3) Hamlet is eager for King Claudius and Queen Gertrude to watch the play which Hamlet has added lines to. King Claudius and Polonius listen in on Hamlet's and Ophelia's private conversation. Hamlet suspects Ophelia is spying on him and is increasingly hostile to her before leaving. King Claudius decides to send Hamlet to England, fearing danger in Hamlet since he no longer believes Hamlet is merely lovesick. The King agrees to Polonius' plan to eavesdrop on Hamlet's conversation with his mother after the play to hopefully learn more from Hamlet. The play Hamlet had added lines to is performed. The main play called "The Murder of Gonzago" is performed, causing King Claudius to react in a way which convinces Hamlet that his uncle did indeed poison his Father. Hamlet agrees to speak with his mother in private; Queen Gertrude attempts to scold her son but Hamlet instead scolds his mother for her actions, Queen Gertrude cries out in fear, and Polonius echoes it and is stabbed through the arras (subdivision of a room created by a hanging tapestry) where he was listening. King Claudius admits his growing fear of Hamlet and decides to send him overseas to England with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern in order to protect himself. 4) Hamlet manages to escape his voyage to England, when pirates attacked the ship, leaving Rosencrantz and Guildenstern on the boat to England. Plan A becomes a fail. Plan B is created by Claudius and Laertes after Claudius receives a less than friendly letter from Hamlet. In this plan,Hamlet and Laertes will fence and stage Hamlet`s ``accidental`` death. To ensure Hamlet will fall during the match, the tip of Laertes sword will be sharp tipped, rather than blunt and tipped with poison. There will also be a drink of poisoned wine, to be offered to Hamlet after, in the case that the sword does not do the trick. 5) Hamlet returns to England and passing through Ophelia's graveyard. Hamlet is melancholy toward her death Hamlet accepts the invitation to the fencing match against Laertes. Hamlet strikes with the first hit and is offered the poisoned wine to drink in celebration. However, Gertrude drinks the poisoned wine for Hamlet. Laertes then strikes Hamlet with the poisoned sword, and in Hamlet then retrieves the poisoned sword accidentally and he wounds Laertes. Gertrude and Laertes both die from the poison. Although Hamlet is also wounded by the poisoned sword, he comes to Claudius with the sword and forces him to drink the rest of the poisoned wine that Gertrude left. Hamlet then dies.


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