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    My wife (She's becoming a geek a little more every day) asked if they ever did a B5 musical, or if anyone had put words to any of Franke's music for any of the season openers.

    Other than Jason Carter singing that one time over the closing credits, and one of Franklin's girlfriend/patient, I could not think of another singing example.
    And as far as words to any of the Season 1-3 openers I have drawn a complete blank.

    Did someone ever come up with words? I figured here was the best place to ask.
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  • #2
    Originally posted by glindros View Post
    My wife (She's becoming a geek a little more every day) asked if they ever did a B5 musical, or if anyone had put words to any of Franke's music for any of the season openers.

    Other than Jason Carter singing that one time over the closing credits, and one of Franklin's girlfriend/patient, I could not think of another singing example.
    And as far as words to any of the Season 1-3 openers I have drawn a complete blank.

    Did someone ever come up with words? I figured here was the best place to ask.
    Oh, but there is one more : What about "The Rock Cried Out, No Hiding Place !" ?

    Otherwise I can not think of much else.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by glindros View Post
      Did someone ever come up with words? I figured here was the best place to ask.
      I really hope not ... some music is born to be unsullied with lyrics.

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      • #4
        "And we'll all be together in a better place..."

        <ducks and runs>
        "That was the law, as set down by Valen. Three castes: worker, religious, warrior."

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        • #5
          In addition to the song that shall not be named, JMS wrote G'Kar's little ditty introduced in "Parliment of Dreams" IIRC, and then reprised in "Convictions". There was also the song written for Cailyn (played by Erica Gimpel) in "Walkabout".
          "That was the law, as set down by Valen. Three castes: worker, religious, warrior."

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          • #6
            Don't forget the cool but sad rock song featured in "Face of the Enemy" and written by Franke, playing when Sheridan enters the bar on Mars and is betrayed by Garibaldi!

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            • #7
              G'Kar's little ditty

              Originally posted by WorkerCaste View Post
              In addition to the song that shall not be named, JMS wrote G'Kar's little ditty introduced in "Parliment of Dreams" IIRC, and then reprised in "Convictions". There was also the song written for Cailyn (played by Erica Gimpel) in "Walkabout".
              Was that the Ditty in the episode where he and Londo were stuck in the elevator?
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              • #8
                Originally posted by Fourmyle of Ceres View Post
                Was that the Ditty in the episode where he and Londo were stuck in the elevator?
                Yes. Originally in "Parliment of Dreams" it went something like "I'm thinking of thinking of calling her right after my afternoon nap. I'm thinking of thinking of sending her flowers right after my Bonnie gets back. So many fishies left in the sea. So many fishies, but no one for meee.. I'm thinking of thinking of hooking a love soon after supper is done." In "Convictions" when G'Kar and Londo were in the elevator it went soemthing like "Not many fishies left in the sea. Not many fishies, just Londo and me." Please give proper allowance for a frequently defective memory.
                "That was the law, as set down by Valen. Three castes: worker, religious, warrior."

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                • #9
                  in Knives Vir and Londo sing somekind opera stuff...

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by ordzo View Post
                    in Knives Vir and Londo sing somekind opera stuff...
                    I loved that bit! It was such a great detail.
                    "That was the law, as set down by Valen. Three castes: worker, religious, warrior."

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Garibaldi's Hair View Post
                      I really hope not ... some music is born to be unsullied with lyrics.

                      Absolutly ^^

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