I always thought this would fit squarely as an epitaph for Welles' Touch of Evil...right where Quinlan redeems himself somewhat when he realizes he's no good.

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Comment by Anne Frasier on March 9, 2007 at 12:44pm
that was wonderful. *sniff* and i agree about reznor's version. i always loved it, but the lyrics are so powerful and emotional by themselves. so much better to contrast and understate. johnny cash singing it was genius.
Comment by Daniel Hatadi on March 9, 2007 at 9:53am
After I heard this version for the first time, I found I couldn't really go back to Trent Reznor's original. It just seemed childish in comparison.

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