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Listen To ScarJo's Bonnie And Clyde In Its Entirety!

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Say what you want about actresses that try to have a music career — Scarlett Johansson's foray into the music world has been delightful. Her voice is soft and haunting, and we can't get enough of it!

So, check out her song called Bonnie and Clyde that she did with Lulu Gainsbourg!

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11 comments to “Listen To ScarJo's Bonnie And Clyde In Its Entirety!”



  1. 1

    This song is shit, just like her acting.



  2. 2

    No.

    As sexy as her voice is during the ballad, no. Her singing voice is nothing special… she makes Gwyneth Paltrow look good. It has a raw Nora Jones feel to it… only before it's been smoothed out digitally.

    Maybe France will dig it.

  3. mw says – reply to this


    3

    Me too! Her songs have been kind of random - but I'd rather that then some idiotic pop song! Good job!



  4. 4

    wow. pretty dismal. NO comparison to the original. and i really can't believe she's singing in english.



  5. 5

    this is actually a good choice for her. i mean the the original was sung by Brigitte Bardot who didn't exactly have a strong voice. the song pretty much requires sounding sexy and i think Johansson did just that.



  6. 6

    SHIT.



  7. 7

    SERIOUSLY??!! She is talking and when she sings it sounds like a tone deaf cow. Anything else she has put out sounded way off key and embarrassing to listen to. (for her) Geez I guess pecker head anti-American Sean Penn must have told her she could sing just before grandpa got in her pants. Ew



  8. 8

    I didn't hear her sing at all.. She ke$ha-d it, just talking.



  9. 9

    Awful, so sleepy.
    The original is amazing



  10. 10

    how long does it takes to have a comment published?
    regards t everybody



  11. 11

    OK: how many of you:

    a) understand French
    b) are familiar with Gainsbourg's music
    c) actually heard the original sang by Serge and Brigitte ?

    You may dislike Scarlett, but it IS a good cover.