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Transcript of MacBeth Soundtrack
Animal I Have Become By Three Days Grace
I’ll make a man out of you from Mulan
"Come, you spirits That tend on mortal thoughts, unsex me here, And fill me from the crown to the toe top-full Of direst cruelty! make thick my blood; Stop up the access and passage to remorse" (Act 1, Scene 5)
I Just Can't Wait To Be King from The Lion King
I just cant wait to me king is a song that relates perfectly to the play Macbeth due to the ambitionm of the character in the song who is actually simba from The Lion King. In this song, it tals about the lion cub simba and how he cannot wait to grow up and be a great king. This relates to Macbeth because in this play Macbeth is trying to become king also. The ambition of the character in the song and the ambition of Macbeth in the play is ever so similar and even though they have vastly different methods of becoming king the both have the drive and the overwhelming ambition and desire to achieve this goal.
By: Alicia Culleton, Amber Coffey and Liam Quilty
Witchy Women By The Eagles
Witchy woman relates to the atmosphere when Macbeth and Banquo run into the witches for the first time, the song shows the mysterious, dark and intriguing aura that surrounds the weird sisters. The sisters are truly portrayed as dark as they are the main cause of Macbeths transformation throughout the play.
Be Prepared from The Lion King
This song relates to the plot as at this point in the movie (The Lion King) Scar is planning to kill Mufassa, and the same can be said for Lady Macbeth and Macbeth in the play (Macbeth); when Lady Macbeth is trying to convince him to kill Duncan so he (Macbeth) will become king.
Carry on Wayward son by Kansas
This song relates to the mood in Macbeth. Malcolm is triumphant as he has finally completed his goal and avenged his father’s (Duncan) death. Now with Macbeth dead and gone Malcolm can take his rightful place as King of Scotland, caring on in his fathers footsteps.
"Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Hover through the fog and filthy air." (Act 1, Scene 1)
"We fail? But screw your courage to the sticking-place
and we'll not fail" (Act 1, Scene 7)
"Hail, King of Scotland!" (Act 5, Scene 8)
This song relates to the plot in Macbeth. In the song Shang repeatably calls out Ping (Mulan) on everything he does wrong, saying that he is not a man because he can't get it right, similar to how Lady Macbeth called Macbeth out saying he broke his promise to her, that he is a coward, and not a man because he doesn't want to kill Duncan. Lady Macbeth then wishes she could become a man so she herself could kill Duncan and she would not have to rely on her husband to do so.
Animal I Have Become Is one of the songs that I believe relates to the Shakespearian play Macbeth this song is about a troubled person who is dealing with a lot of conflict and how this conflict has changed his entire personality how this relates to Macbeth is early on in the in the play we find the Macbeth is noble and loyal but due to the witches prophecies fills his head with ideas which causes internal conflict within him and lady Macbeth. This internal conflict changes their characters for the worse. Lady Macbeth drives Macbeth to kill and she herself goes crazy, all due to this conflict they struggle with, just like they song says they both have become animals. They cannot deal or coop with this conflict and in the end leads to their downfall.
“Let not light see my black and deep desires’’
“If chance will have me king, why chance may crown me without my stir.”