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TV Commercial Music: House “Frozen” Promo

4 February 2008 No Comment

While I didn’t get to watch it since I was driving home after the game, the episode of House that immediately followed and was touted throughout the Super Bowl looked like a good one (I’m a big fan of the show.) I was also pleased with their choice of music. I already love the theme song for House which is “Teardrop” by Massive Attack (which might get it’s own post, it’s been used elsewhere.)

One of the promos for the episode featured the song “Breathe Me” by Sia. This song (video below) was first made popular in the series finale for Six Feet Under where it was used as an overlay for the final (tear-jerking) moments of the episode. It’s a great song, and it has a really great video:

[youtube]http://youtube.com/watch?v=_QGk-tN7IjA[/youtube]

I can’t imagine how long that took. I love that in a single Polaroid she’s wearing a Storm Trooper helmet. Geeky girls are hot. You can buy the song on iTunes here if you’re feeling plaintive. I might have to make a mix since I really enjoy this type of music.

Lyrics, for those that like that sort of thing:

Help, I have done it again
I have been here many times before
Hurt myself again today
And, the worst part is there’s no-one else to blame

Be my friend
Hold me, wrap me up
Unfold me
I am small
and needy
Warm me up
And breathe me

Ouch I have lost myself again
Lost myself and I am nowhere to be found,
Yeah I think that I might break
Lost myself again and I feel unsafe

Be my friend
Hold me, wrap me up
Unfold me
I am small
and needy
Warm me up
And breathe me

Be my friend
Hold me, wrap me up
Unfold me
I am small
and needy
Warm me up
And breathe me

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