The Hanging Tree – Cover Song from Hunger Games ★☠★
Fairy story in a foggy forest – for my Mom!
Never despair. The days pass by like the autumn leaves flying in the wind and the days return with the pure sky and the splendor of the woods. Every seed grain is aroused, and so does life. (Indian wisdom)
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Music: "The Hanging Tree from The Hunger Games: Mockingjay" by Dani the Girl (https://soundcloud.com/starwarspunk). Thank you so much for the rights to use this song in my video! #HangingTree
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The songs lyrics were written by The Hunger Games author Suzanne Collins and originally appeared in her novel Mockingjay. The melody to the lyrics was composed by Jeremiah Fraites and Wesley Schultz of American indie folk band The Lumineers. The song did not appear on the original release of the film's song album (it does appear on the score album), but after the success of the song it was added during the digital re-release of the official soundtrack for the film, with "The Hanging Tree" as the fifteenth track. Six days later, "The Hanging Tree" was released as the second single from the album. #KatnissEverdeen
Protagonist Katniss Everdeen performs the song in the film, which is also heard over the closing credits. In the story's context, it is a song that Katniss learned from her father, and is used as a battlecry. Jennifer Lawrence stated in an interview that she was nervous about singing the song for the film as she finds it uncomfortable to sing in front of people. Lawrence reportedly suggested to producers of the film that the singer Lorde, already having been tasked with the film's theme song "Yellow Flicker Beat", should instead provide the vocals for the track in place of Lawrence, who would then have lip synced to it on film.