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Album: Kill Bill Vol. 2 Soundtrack (2004)
  • This haunting tune was featured in the 2004 movie Kill Bill Vol. 2 in a scene where Uma Thurman's character is reunited with her daughter. The song samples Bessie Smith's version of "St. Louis Blues" (her vocal, "My man's got a heart like a rock cast in the sea") and also "She's Not There" by The Zombies.
  • This appeared on the Kill Bill Vol. 2 soundtrack and also on McLaren's 2005 album, Tranquilize.
  • What does Zombies lead singer Colin Blunstone feel about this song? He told us: "I thought that was a really impressive that track, I really liked it."

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