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Henry Plainview
Jonny Greenwood Lyrics

We have lyrics for these tracks by Jonny Greenwood:

Any Day Now Any day now I will hear you say "Goodbye, my…
Don I wrote my mother I wrote my father And now I'm…
Don't Sit Under The Apple Tree I wrote my mother I wrote my father And now I'm…
Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree (feat. Madisen Beaty I wrote my mother I wrote my father And now I'm…
Get Thee Behind Me Satan Get thee behind me, Satan I want to resist But the moon…
Journey Through the Past When the winter rains come pourin' down On that new home…
Les Fleur Will somebody wear me to the fair? Will a lady…
No Other Love No other love can warm my heart Now that I've known…
Sukiyaki Let's look up as we walk, so that the tears…
Vitamin C Her daddy got a big aeroplane Her mommy holds all the…

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Nathan Sanders

idk why, but the early 1900's and 1920's kinda scare me for some reason. this film totally capitalized on this fear

Quisby Tokes

DTOM, ¿eStamos? Ye cause that’s totally not what was going on in then what with the Great Depression, lead up to WWII, and collapse of colonial empires worldwide


It was the dawn of real merciless of capitalism where every shmack knew his place

DTOM, ¿eStamos?

I would do anything to live then rather than watching mass insanity cause us to destroy ourselves in this Godforsaken century.


That would be the unbridled capitalism.

Alex S.


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Jonathan Sefcik

The opening scene of this movie always sends shivers down my spine.

Just AGuy

The music did it for me

Francis Condon

when I first saw there will be blood, I was in awe of this musical score, its utterly terrifing, unlike anything I've heard before. Well done Johnny Greenwood

Jason McCann

this music was made for digging.

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