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Beautiful song

During this episode, the Doctor and Donna help to restore the Oods' telepathic song. At the end of the episode the Ood leader, Sigma, is saying goodbye to our heroes. This conversation happens:

Sigma: "We thank you Doctor-Donna, friends of Oodkind. And What of you now, will you stay? There is room in the song for you."

Doctor: "Oh I've, I've sort of got a song of my own, thanks."

Sigma: "I think your song must end soon."

Doctor: looking a bit disturbed by this last statement "Meaning?"

Sigma: "Every song must end."


And at this point ladies and gentleman, they played a few bars from "Doomsday." My heart just about leaped out of my chest. Did anyone else notice this?

Anyone? Bueller?
Tags: doctor who, doctor/rose
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