10 best lyrics in the musical episode of The Buffy The Vampire Slayer – NewsDio

Buffy the Vampire Slayer It may have had a less than promising start, with its hypnotic cheesy hypnotic and other silly plots, but it matured to become one of the most beloved and best television shows that has ever reached our screens. It's just as fun to look again today, and incredibly ninety to boot. The sequels of the comic also deserve the name.

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When it comes to favorite episodes, many fans will quote "Once More, With Feeling" from season 6, the iconic musical episode, in which everyone is delighted to reveal uncomfortable truths throughout the song. There is a lot to unpack in these songs, and today we have reviewed your lyrics to find some of the best lines.

Of course, our heroine had to get both the first song and our first thanks here. Buffy opens the episode with "Going Through The Motions," a song that reveals some of the numbness he has been feeling since he was resurrected.

At this point, she only confessed to Spike that she believed she was in paradise after her death and that her friends took her out of there was devastating. Later in the episode, she admits this to her friends (through the song, under the influence of Sweet) and begins to make peace with the fact that she has returned and must remain true to her vocation.

While Buffy the Vampire Hunt It could be a show about the battle against vampires, demons, strange and gigantic creatures of insects and people with questionable prostheses, it is also a show with a band of young adults. As such, several romances will bloom.

Buffy and his undead aside, one of the most intimate relationships of the program was that of Willow and Tara. Before the tragedy occurred when a lost bullet from Warren killed Tara, the couple had their differences about Willow's magical use, but they were super happy. Tara's song "Under Your Spell" represents a brief and peaceful moment in Willow's life, even when he foreshadows the arrival of the disaster.

As the episode ends and Sweet's plan becomes frustrated, the group combines to finish a large group number. A Spike line of "Something To Sing About" is particularly revealing.

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These words clearly summarize the arc of the villain's character turned into an antihero. The conflicted vampire initially is horrified to discover that he feels something for Buffy, but he cannot do anything to change them. All you can do is simply accept this truth and try to do your best for her and show her love, finally recovering a soul and using it to sacrifice to save Sunnydale from The First during the end of the program.

Anya Jenkins' life was also a pretty wild journey. For more than a century, she was the Anyanka Demon Revenge, a powerful being who granted the vicious desires of women who had been harmed by men (with generally creepy results). Later, in the program, he develops a relationship with Xander and becomes human.

Not being familiar with the forms of human society, Anya often does not act properly, says or does "wrong" things and offends countless people in the process. His vigorous openness is the source of much humor in the program, along with his fear of rabbits. Everything is very, very Joss Whedon, a quality that the program simply wouldn't be Buffy without. This line of Anya is "I have a theory" in which the Scoobies are trying to discover the cause of the whole musical situation.

In their duet "I Never Never Tell", Anya and Xander can finally express their doubts and concerns about their next wedding. Xander, who leaves Anya on the altar, fearful that her marriage is not happy, is one of the most touching and moving moments of the show and here it is announced a little.

This is important for two reasons. Not only does it emphasize the fact that these two characters are much more than a comic relief, but it also highlights the human side of this demon fighting group.

James Masters has experience as a lead singer of a rock band (Ghost of the Robot). It is not surprising, then, that his poignant interpretation of "Rest In Peace" is probably one of the highlights of Once More With Feeling.

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Here, again, we get an idea of Spike's vision and the role Buffy plays in his life. Although the couple has constantly disagreed, they simply cannot let go. Love is a strange concept for Spike, with all the horror of his past, and he's not even sure if that's what he feels. All he really knows is that he is feeling something, and something very, very strong.

At this stage of the program, Buffy suffers a great internal confusion. With everything she had to deal with (dying a second time is quite high on the list), it is completely understandable that she feels totally insecure about herself and hesitates to assume certain responsibilities.

In this line of "I have a theory", he highlights the importance of his friends for his life and the work they do together. While all this is very positive, it also suggests that she is somewhat dependent on them. This idea forms the crux of Giles' song, as we will see.

Summers younger brother is a puzzle. When he first introduced her, she was simply brought to life with Buffy and her mother Joyce as if she had always been there. As we discovered later, this was exactly the way things were going to go. Dawn was actually much more than he looked: a completely different being sent to live with Buffy, safe with the legendary Slayer.

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However, it turned out that life with the legendary Slayer was not easy. Dawn felt constantly pampered or ignored by Buffy and the gang, and although she played an important role, she still felt suffocated. That was exactly what Dawn's lament was about or would have been, had it not been interrupted.

Now, the Watchers don't always have to worry about their Slayers growing, maturing and no longer needing their teachings. After all, demon gutting is a common side effect of being a Killer. However, Rupert Giles had reached a point in season 6 when he thought leaving would be the best he could do to help Buffy.

She had become dependent on him, unwilling to take on more responsibilities while Giles would be close to handle them. Your last step to become the leader you should be would be a step you would have to take alone.

As we have seen, Willow and Tara had a super sweet relationship, but they were still full of conflicts. The biggest disagreement between the two was about Willow's use of magic, since Tara felt she was going too far and was losing herself. When Willow cast a spell to make Tara forget they had argued, she crossed another line and also lost Tara.

"Under Your Spell" means all this, reminding us that even the most loving relationships will reach difficult places. In the end, the couple reconciled before the tragic death of Tara.

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