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 Samwise the Strong: BEHOLD... THE GARDENS OF MY DELIGHT! So shall I transform... the WORLD!

Chorus: "HAIL SAMWISE THE STRONG! THE SUN SHINES FOR THEE ALONE!"

  • Someone remixed the "Whip" song.
    • Sounds more like a Villainous Lament. "We don't want to go to war today" and "we are the slaves of the dark lords's war"...
      • Though it's not one of the songs in the book, there is a basis in the text for at least some of the orcs being "driven unwilling to their Dark Lord's wars; all they cared for was to get the march over and escape the whip", and the slave-driver holding the whip falling back to threaten and taunt his favorite marchers. "Where there's a whip there's a will, my slugs. [...] Do you good.  Don't you know we're at war?"
    • The same special also has "Towers of the Teeth" for the orcs and black riders.
  • The Rankin-Bass version of The Hobbit has "Goblin Town" and "Fifteen Birds" taken directly from the book. What's up with Orcs and toe-tappingly funky bass music?

 Bake and toast 'em, fry and roast 'em!

till beards blaze, and eyes glaze;

till hair swells and skins crack,

fat melts, and bones black

in cinders lie beneath the sky...

SO THE DWARVES SHALL DIE!

 granny: we have to do something!

wolf: I know. The song was catchy, but the choreography was terrible.

 Have no fear/have no fear/Zigzag the grand vizier is here!

Notes

  1. (loosely based on a scene from the book!)
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