HAWKEYE: Marvel Studios Releases Full "Save The City" Song From ROGERS THE MUSICAL

HAWKEYE: Marvel Studios Releases Full "Save The City" Song From ROGERS THE MUSICAL

If you've had "Save The City" from Hawkeye stuck in your head, then we have some good news for you because the full song from Rogers The Musical has now been released online. Check it out right here...

The first two episodes of Hawkeye are now streaming on Disney+, and while we've been left with plenty to discuss, Rogers The Musical has also been generating a lot of attention online. 

Clint Barton may not have been very impressed, but that catchy song, "Save The City," has now been released in its entirety. Composed by Marc Shaiman with lyrics by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman, it's available here or can be listened to in the player below. It's a fun tune, and we can't help but hope that there are plans to revisit the musical later in the season for another song or two. 

"We were in the middle of the very worst part of the pandemic," Wittman recently told Marvel.com. "When we were writing it was like when people would go and bang on pots and pans for the hospital workers, first responders. It all seemed to fit into the universe that we were writing to. So, the notion of ‘someone please save New York,’ was the battle cry of [the song]."

The Hawkeye: Vol. 1 (Episodes 1-3) soundtrack with a score composed by Christophe Beck and Michael Paraskevas is set to be released on December 10 and will be followed by Hawkeye: Vol. 2 (Episodes 4-6) with a score by Christophe Beck on December 24.

Check out "Save The City" from the first episode of Hawkeye below: 
 

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