TheFellowshipoftheRingST-17-The Breaking of the Fellowship





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Published on Jul 22, 2008

This is the seventeenth song in the Fellowship of the Ring Soundtrack. It is called The Breaking of the Fellowship.

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After finishing these movies, I felt sad. Like I just finished a great adventure, and had to go back to the boring day-to-day with only memories of the excitement I just went through.
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The Branded Alchemist
+Rakanadyo But it is those memories that bring you delight instead of sorrow. But it is the sorrow itself that is your joy
Mustafa Gamal
ur comment make me cry :(
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Noobius Maximus
The thing that I feel the books and films do is that when you have finished watching/reading you feel like you have been on an adventure with them. Not many other films can make people feel like that
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Epicham 4gaming
Like Harry Potter you're like that's It! No suprise?
Randy Vang
Noobius Maximus felt the same way after finishing Percy Jackson and Heroes of Olympus
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It's a shame that there is an end to this song.
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LEGO Motion Studios
I would say do not weep, but not all tears are an evil 🙂
Tinuviel 19715
+InLaymansTerms best comment ever
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Saraн тιlgηεя
Frodo stands on the bank of the Anduin, the Ring in his outstretched hand, tears streaming down his face. Frodo: "I wish the Ring had never come to me. I wish none of this had happened." Gandalf (flashback): "So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide. All you have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to you." Upon remembering Gandalf's words, Frodo's expression becomes one of determination. He closes his fist around the Ring and puts it in the breast pocket of his coat. He strides forward, shoving one of the Elven canoes off the shore into the water, climbing in. Sam appears on the bank and splashes in knee-deep, seeing Frodo paddling away. Sam: "Frodo, no! Frodo! Mr. Frodo!" Frodo continues paddling without looking back. Frodo: "No, Sam." Sam, undeterred, continues to wade into the river after Frodo. Finally, Frodo pauses and turns. Frodo: "Go back Sam! I'm going to Mordor alone." Sam: "Of course you are! And I'm comin' with you!" Frodo watches Sam struggle into deeper water for a moment. Frodo: "You can't swim! Sam!" Still unrelenting, Sam attempts to swim as the bottom of the river drops out from underneath him. He manages to keep his head up for a few brief seconds before submerging as the weight of his wet gear pulls him down. Frodo clutches the edge of the boat, staring in horror as his friend disappears beneath the surface. Frodo: "SAM!" Sam sinks deeper and deeper into the water, struggling to swim back up. He sees the sun shimmering up on the surface. His arms float lifeless in the water. Suddenly Frodo’s hand reaches down and grabs Sam’s wrist. Sam tightens his hand around Frodo’s and is pulled out of the water. Sam tumbles into the boat, drenched. Frodo stares at him with tears in his eyes. Sam, dripping wet, looks back. Sam: I made a promise, Mr. Frodo! A promise! “Don’t you leave him, Samwise Gamgee.” And I don’t mean to! I don’t mean to... Sam begins to weep. Frodo: Oh, Sam! He embraces Sam and they give each other a tight hug. Frodo: Come on. Sam grabs an oar and they paddle towards the eastern shore.  Boromir is laid to rest in one of the other boats. His sword rests with him, his shield is above his head and his cloven horn at his side. The boat slips over the falls of Rauros and then drops into the mists below. Gimli watches the boat disappear from the bank. Aragorn ties Boromir’s vambraces to his arms, in his honor. Legolas hurriedly shoves the third boat into the water. Legolas: Hurry! Frodo and Sam have reached the eastern shore. Aragorn stands still, looking towards the shore on the other side, seeing the two Hobbits running into the forest. He says nothing but sighs. Legolas stares at him, suddenly understanding. Legolas: You mean not to follow them. Aragorn: Frodo’s fate is no longer in our hands. Gimli wanders over, an expression of defeat on his face. Gimli: Then it has all been in vain. The Fellowship has failed. Legolas and Gimli walk up to Aragorn, who puts his hands on their shoulders. Aragorn: Not if we hold true to each other. We will not abandon Merry and Pippin to torment and death. Not while we have strength left. Leave all that can be spared behind. We travel light. Let us hunt some Orc. Aragorn turns and picks up a dagger from the ground, sheathing it. Then he runs off into the forest. Legolas and Gimli look at each other, the latter grinning. Gimli: Yes! Haha!  They run after Aragorn. Frodo and Sam stand upon Emyn Muil, seeing the Dead Marshes and Mordor - the clouds above glowing a fierce, fiery orange - in the distance. Frodo: Mordor. I hope the others find a safer route.  Sam: Strider will look after them. Frodo: I don’t suppose we’ll ever see them again. Sam: We may yet, Mr. Frodo. We may. Frodo turns to Sam, smiling Frodo: Sam...I’m glad you’re with me.  Frodo and Sam descend the rocky slope. Scene fades out END CREDITS
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Addadd Addsson
Saraн тιlgηεя Dude, this comment made me cry while listening to this
Marco Zaupa
Ok, there's an Italian parody-fandub of the three movies. In these movies Sam is gay and in love with Frodo. In the boat scene, while the camera is going back and the two hobbits are hugging each other: Frodo: Sam....SAM! You're touching my butt! Ok, friends...but in the right way!
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Bilbo Took
Go back, Sam. I'm going to Mordor alone! Of course you are! And I'm coming with you!!! :,l
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now that's true friendship right there.
Hayden Trottier
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I wish that the ring had never come to me , I wish that none of this had happened. so do all who live to see such times, but it is not for them to decide, the only you thing you have to decide is what to do with the time that you are given. Those words by gandalf still give me chills.
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Mariah Raichert
Zyzor I love that line
Gandalf's lines in these movies are masterpieces. Such original quotes that are very true in many situations when you think about it.
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Robert Brown
While it's true these movies aren't perfect, and that they left out a ton of content from the books, they're still in my opinion the best movies ever made.  Once a year I read the LOTR, then watch the extended edition trilogy.  What the movies lack in lore and depth, they more than make up for in bringing the story to life, saying nothing of the music!  Oh my god the music!  Whether they like LOTR or not, I'll bet there aren't many people out there who could hear this music and not immediately say "That's from the Lord of the Rings!"
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Bad Opinion Vigilante II
Robert Brown no. They're literally perfect
Watch the extended editions and they add like 20min to the run time but they fill in so much that wasn't in the original movies.
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"I made a promise mr frodo...a promise! Don't you leave him Sam wise gamgee....and I don't mean to....I don't mean to...."
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Eugene Ng
+Shadow Blade when tolkein wrote the books he intended sam to be the main hero... just a side bit i think more people should know :)
Shadow Blade
+Traveling Shadow Stupid fat hobbit! Sam is awesome he is like... well.... he's awesome. But I don't truly  idle anyone. 
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Layne Rice
Frodo: "I wish the Ring had never come to me, I wish none of this ever happened." Gandalf: "So do all who live to see such times, but that is not for them to decide. The only thing you can decide is what to do with the time that is given to you."
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Giantdad Lives
My teacher gave me a card with that quote on one side and farewells on the other. It's become somewhat of a personal motto.
Layne Rice
+Ynnojax Peter Jackson forgets nothing, my friend. :D
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My favourite part of it all.... Pippin: I didn't think it would end this way. Gandalf: End? No, the journey doesn't end here. Death is just another path, one that we all must take. The grey rain-curtain of this world rolls back, and all turns to silver glass, and then you see it. Pippin: What? Gandalf? See what? Gandalf: White shores, and beyond, a far green country under a swift sunrise. Pippin: Well, that isn't so bad. Gandalf: No. No, it isn't
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Oh Valinor
Now I know what to say to a dying person
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