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13th May '16 10:25:26 AM BlackSunNocturne
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--> One, two, Maric's run through
--> Three four, the kingdom's at war
--> Eight nine and now you die

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--> One, two, Maric's run through
-->
through\\
Three four, the kingdom's at war
-->
war\\
Eight nine and now you die



* In ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', Thresh the Chain Warden's leitmotif involves little children singing a [[IronicNurseryTune creepy nursery rhyme]] about how the rattling of Thresh's chains may be the last thing you hear.

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* In ''VideoGame/LeagueOfLegends'', [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=834MupNRhgo Thresh the Chain Warden's leitmotif Warden's]] {{leitmotif}} involves little children singing a [[IronicNurseryTune creepy nursery rhyme]] about how the rattling of Thresh's chains may be the last thing you hear.hear.
-->''Cling, clang, go the chains''\\
''Someone's out to find you''\\
''Cling, clang, oh the chains''\\
''The Warden's right behind you''\\
\\
''Cling, clang, go the chains''\\
''There's no more time for fear''\\
''Cling, clang, oh the chains''\\
''The last sound that you'll'' '''''hear'''''.
11th May '16 6:39:30 AM JackG
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[[folder:Literature]]
* The ghosts in the short story ''Ashes, Ashes'' (from the compilation ''Literature/SomewhereBeneathThoseWaves'' sing the eponymous nursery rhyme to draw attention to their skeletons.
* In ''Skulduggery Pleasant: The Dying of the Light'', the group hunting Remnants (pure evil, body-snatching shadow creatures) finds one of them sitting in the middle of a deserted street singing 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star'.
--> "Right," said Donegan, "Because that's not creepy at all."
* The protagonist of ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'', the ArtificialIntelligence of a spaceship that operates planetside through MeatPuppet soldiers called ancillaries, hears some children playing a game and singing about her.
-->''One, two, my aunt told me''\\
''Three, four, the corpse soldier''\\
''Five, six, it'll shoot you in the eye''\\
''Seven, eight, kill you dead''\\
''Nine, ten, break it apart and put it back together''
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[[folder:Literature]]
* The ghosts in the short story ''Ashes, Ashes'' (from the compilation ''Literature/SomewhereBeneathThoseWaves'' sing the eponymous nursery rhyme to draw attention to their skeletons.
* In ''Skulduggery Pleasant: The Dying of the Light'', the group hunting Remnants (pure evil, body-snatching shadow creatures) finds one of them sitting in the middle of a deserted street singing 'Twinkle Twinkle Little Star'.
--> "Right," said Donegan, "Because that's not creepy at all."
* The protagonist of ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'', the ArtificialIntelligence of a spaceship that operates planetside through MeatPuppet soldiers called ancillaries, hears some children playing a game and singing about her.
-->''One, two, my aunt told me''\\
''Three, four, the corpse soldier''\\
''Five, six, it'll shoot you in the eye''\\
''Seven, eight, kill you dead''\\
''Nine, ten, break it apart and put it back together''
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28th Mar '16 5:32:30 AM JackG
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* The protagonist of ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'', the ArtificialIntelligence of a spaceship that operates planetside through MeatPuppet soldiers called ancillaries, hears some children playing a game and singing about him.

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* The protagonist of ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'', the ArtificialIntelligence of a spaceship that operates planetside through MeatPuppet soldiers called ancillaries, hears some children playing a game and singing about him.her.
28th Mar '16 5:31:20 AM JackG
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Three, four, the corpse soldier''\\
Five, six, it'll shoot you in the eye''\\
Seven, eight, kill you dead''\\
Nine, ten, break it apart and put it back together''

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Three, ''Three, four, the corpse soldier''\\
Five, ''Five, six, it'll shoot you in the eye''\\
Seven, ''Seven, eight, kill you dead''\\
Nine, ''Nine, ten, break it apart and put it back together''
28th Mar '16 5:30:11 AM JackG
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* The protagonist of ''Literature/AncillaryJustice'', the ArtificialIntelligence of a spaceship that operates planetside through MeatPuppet soldiers called ancillaries, hears some children playing a game and singing about him.
-->''One, two, my aunt told me''\\
Three, four, the corpse soldier''\\
Five, six, it'll shoot you in the eye''\\
Seven, eight, kill you dead''\\
Nine, ten, break it apart and put it back together''
23rd Mar '16 4:15:39 PM sister
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* In 2007's ''Film/Hannibal Rising'', the German children song "Ein Männlein steht im Walde" is a central theme that continues through the whole movie. The last scene shows young Hannibal marching off to his next kill while a creepy, high-pitched children's choir sings the song.

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* In 2007's ''Film/Hannibal Rising'', ''Film/{{Hannibal Rising}}'', the German children song "Ein Männlein steht im Walde" is a central theme that continues through the whole movie. The last scene shows young Hannibal marching off to his next kill while a creepy, high-pitched children's choir sings the song.
23rd Mar '16 4:14:22 PM sister
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* In 2007's ''Hannibal Rising'', the German children song "Ein Männlein steht im Walde" is a central theme that continues through the whole movie. The last scene shows young Hannibal marching off to his next kill while a creepy, high-pitched children's choir sings the song.

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* In 2007's ''Hannibal ''Film/Hannibal Rising'', the German children song "Ein Männlein steht im Walde" is a central theme that continues through the whole movie. The last scene shows young Hannibal marching off to his next kill while a creepy, high-pitched children's choir sings the song.
23rd Mar '16 4:12:44 PM sister
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* In 2007's ''Hannibal Rising'', the German children song "Ein Männlein steht im Walde" is a central theme that continues through the whole movie. The last scene shows young Hannibal marching off to his next kill while a creepy, high-pitched children's choir sings the song.
10th Feb '16 10:32:46 PM brennalarose
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** Long before that, during the Seventh Doctor's run, we have "Remembrance of the Daleks", where a little girl witnesses the Doctor and Ace arriving, before singing
-->Five, Six, Seven, Eight,
-->There's a Doctor at the gate.
30th Jan '16 6:07:43 PM Rynneer
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**''The Beast Below'':
--> A horse and a man, above, below
--> One has a plan, but both must go
--> Mile after mile, above, beneath
--> One has a smile, the other has teeth
--> Though the man might stop and say hello,
--> Expect no love from the beast below
** ''Night Terrors'':
--> Tick tock, goes the clock
--> And now, what shall we play?
--> Tick tock, goes the clock
--> Now summer's gone away
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