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%%A quote from the lyrics with no title or explanation of what makes it awesome is always a ZeroContextExample.Administrivia/ZeroContextExample. Do not uncomment this example without expanding it.


* In "The Two-Horse Job", when Eliot and his old flame [[spoiler: get back together]], the backing track is a song by Kane's band called "More Than I Deserve". Why license when you have the actor working for you anyway?
* "Thinking of You", Eliot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.
* The violin solo in "The Scheherazade Job" is ''so'' '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker shed a SingleTear.

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* In "The Two-Horse Job", when Eliot and his old flame [[spoiler: get back together]], the backing track is a song by Kane's Creator/ChristianKane's band called "More Than I Deserve". Why license when you have the actor working for you anyway?
* "Thinking of You", Eliot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules com/music/ a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.
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actor and that song can be found on his album ''The House Rules''.
-->'''Hardison''': Nate, something's wrong.
The system's not correcting his voice. \\
'''Nate''': That's because it doesn't need correcting.
* Hardisonís
violin solo in "The Scheherazade Job" is ''so'' '''[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI com/watch?v=uj0UBMgR2gk beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker shed a SingleTear.



%%* "Two good ol' boys, behind the wheel! Chasin' down bad guys in Lucille..!"

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%%* * Hardison's mix in "The First Contact Job", which he plays as background "chase music" during a car scene as he adds lyrics "Two good ol' boys, behind the wheel! Chasin' down bad guys in Lucille..!"!"
-->'''Eliot''': [[EarWorm I just got that song out of my head]].\\
'''Sophie''': Well it's very catchy.


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*The theme tune itself. Come on, admit it, if your life had a soundtrack, there's no song you'd rather hit, hack, grift, thieve or mastermind to.


** And then there's "Thinking of You", Eliot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.
* The violin solo in "The Scheherazade Job."
** To elaborate, it is ''so'' '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker shed a SingleTear.
* "Two good ol' boys, behind the wheel! Chasin' down bad guys in Lucille..!"

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** And then there's * "Thinking of You", Eliot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.
* The violin solo in "The Scheherazade Job."
** To elaborate, it
Job" is ''so'' '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker shed a SingleTear.
* %%* "Two good ol' boys, behind the wheel! Chasin' down bad guys in Lucille..!"!"
%%A quote from the lyrics with no title or explanation of what makes it awesome is always a ZeroContextExample. Do not uncomment this example without expanding it.

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* "Two good ol' boys, behind the wheel! Chasin' down bad guys in Lucille..!"


* In "The Two-Horse Job", when Eliot and his old flame [[spoiler: get back together]], the backing track is a song by Kane's band called "More Than I Deserve". Why license when you have the actor working for you anyway?



* In "The Two-Horse Job", when Eliot and his old flame [[spoiler: get back together]], the backing track is a song by Kane's band called "More Than I Deserve". Why license when you have the actor working for you anyway?


** And then there's "Thinking of You", Elot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.

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** And then there's "Thinking of You", Elot's Eliot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.

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** And then there's "Thinking of You", Elot's song from "The Studio Job", which Christian Kane wrote and sang himself. He's actually [[http://christiankane.com/discography/house-rules a professional country music singer]] as well as an actor.


* The song that plays at the beginning of "The 12-Step Job" and during the poker game in "The Bottle Job", called "Can't Go Home Again." [[http://www.ifmagazine.com/new.asp?article=7934 Many fans were sure it was a song by Dropkick Murphys or another Boston-area punk band]], but it was actually written for ''Leverage'' by the show's composer, Joseph [=LoDuca=], because the show's budget wouldn't allow licensing music.

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* The song that plays at the beginning of "The 12-Step Job" and during the poker game in "The Bottle Job", called "Can't Go Home Again." [[http://www.ifmagazine.com/new.asp?article=7934 Many fans were sure it was a song by Dropkick Murphys or another Boston-area punk band]], but it was actually written for ''Leverage'' ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' by the show's composer, Joseph [=LoDuca=], because the show's budget wouldn't allow licensing music.


* The song that plays at the beginning of "The 12-Step Job" and during the poker game in "The Bottle Job", called "Can't Go Home Again." [[http://www.ifmagazine.com/new.asp?article=7934 Many fans were sure it was a song by Dropkick Murphys or another Boston-area punk band]], but it was actually written for ''Leverage'' by the show's composer because the show's budget wouldn't allow licensing music. And an episode later third season will require Eliot to sing, so -- watch this space.

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* The song that plays at the beginning of "The 12-Step Job" and during the poker game in "The Bottle Job", called "Can't Go Home Again." [[http://www.ifmagazine.com/new.asp?article=7934 Many fans were sure it was a song by Dropkick Murphys or another Boston-area punk band]], but it was actually written for ''Leverage'' by the show's composer composer, Joseph [=LoDuca=], because the show's budget wouldn't allow licensing music. And an episode later third season will require Eliot to sing, so -- watch this space.



** To elaborate, it is ''so'' '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker cry.

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** To elaborate, it is ''so'' '''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker cry.shed a SingleTear.


** To elaborate, it is ''so'' '''beautiful''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker cry. See here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI

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** To elaborate, it is ''so'' '''beautiful''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker cry. See here: http://www.'''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAIcom/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI beautiful]]''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker cry.

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** To elaborate, it is ''so'' '''beautiful''' that it stops the others dead in the middle of their job and makes Parker cry. See here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AvbLDNVpeAI


* Actually, in "The Two-Horse Job", when Eliot and his old flame [[spoiler: get back together]], the backing track is a song by Kane's band called "More Than I Deserve". Why license when you have the actor working for you anyway?

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* Actually, in In "The Two-Horse Job", when Eliot and his old flame [[spoiler: get back together]], the backing track is a song by Kane's band called "More Than I Deserve". Why license when you have the actor working for you anyway?

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