Hazbin Hotel: That’s Entertainment OST- I’m Always Chasing Rainbows (Unofficial Soundtrack) Posted on November 16, 2019 camera phone CHASING chicago hotels dallas hotels entertainment free HAZBIN HOTEL hotels hotels in chicago hotels in florida hotels in las vegas Im las vegas hotels OST private jet Rainbows rental property Sharing soundtrack travel travel vlog unofficial upload vacation Video Video Phone 43 thoughts on “Hazbin Hotel: That’s Entertainment OST- I’m Always Chasing Rainbows (Unofficial Soundtrack)” Lyrics are in the description.Reply The last lyric is actually "waiting to find a little bluebird in vain" 🙂 everything after the minute mark isn't an original song for Hazbin, it's actually a very old songReply I wonder if she is going to turn evil like when she asked at 0:50, she was the reason. That would be a cool twist.Reply How many people here know that this song is 102 years old?Reply That was a great performance.Reply I liked her cover because you can imagine a princess singing and reminiscing in a meadow, but in this instance it’s a princess singing in literal HellReply Me thinking about Hazbin Hotel: (Wonders if demons are real) (My Dad and Brother with Clown masks on) Me: AAAAAHHHHHHH DEMONS ARE REALLLLL GET THE DEAD BODYS MOMMMMMM!!!!!! LET THEM FEED ON ROTTEN FLESHHHHHReply Wish this was on iTunes 💔Reply The original ends with "Waiting to find a little bluebird in vain", and I have a feeling this one does too (it's phonetically ambiguous). Preserves the rhyming scheme too (rain-vain)Reply Between this song and "That's Life" in Joker, this is the year American nerddom rediscovered their great grandfathers' music collections.Reply That moment when everyone thinks Hazbin created this songReply I love the transition in her voice. Really shows a impact in her emotions. The struggles of singing while attempting to manage so much emotion.Reply I literally cried when I heard this song at the beginning of the pilot. I had been so excited to watch the first episode that when it was released I flipped out.Reply Charlie's voice actress has a really pretty voiceReply My mood right now .Reply 👏🏾Reply Not gonna lie, this song hits too close to home for me…still great, but damn does it make me feel badReply I have a couple predictions about Charlie. I think there’s gonna be some crazy plot twist with her. She is the main protagonist, so I assume something is going to happen with her character. I think maybe 1) she’s going to be the one who gets into heaven because she’s pure hearted and always wants to do the right thing. Plus her parents don’t seem to be proud or care about her, so if she left it wouldn’t be a loss for them. 2) She’s going to find out she’s actually an angel who got sent to hell to give demons a second chance at redemption. Maybe that’s also why her parents don’t seem to care about her. Maybe she isn’t their real daughter. Or 3) she’s actually far more evil then we expect or she’s going to turn evil at some point. And will prove to everyone she truly is the princess of hell and the daughter of Lucifer.Reply When I saw the pilot on its premiere date, I didn’t expect a comedy to start off with a sad song. If I were with Charlie, I would gather all the lost and confused demons altogether and form a colony called the Night Coven, where demons can still pray to God.Reply Honestly, with Charlie's personality type……. I don't think she belongs in hell.Reply Ok this a rendition of an older song but damn I love this version alotReply This song captures my life the past few years and how I feel about it so perfectly it’s scary.Reply This song is beautiful and Charlie ( Elsie Lovelock) covered Judy Garland's (already fantastic song) beautifully. BravoReply *cries in demon*Reply This song was originally sung by Judy Garland, American actress, most well known for playing Dorothy, in 1939’s The Wizard of Oz. The more ya know.Reply Elsie Lovelock did such an amazing job with this, and tbh it's my favourite cover of this songReply This song is honestly so beautiful and really sets part of the show’s tone. You’ve got all the comedy that follows but this is the one moment that really gives us a view of Charlie’s suffering and motivations, the reason behind her trying so hard to save everyone. I love that she sounds legit like a Disney Princess here, because she’s the one person closest to having that “pure” and inherently good mindset yet she was born as a literal demon. I wanted to cry for this poor sweetheart! And the singing itself is top notch! Bravo.Reply Is there an instrumental for this version of the song out anywhere? Or like–sheet music?Reply This is a beautiful remake !Reply This song makes me wanna give Charlie some friendship pats to make her feel better nglReply Alice Cooper's Goes To Hell version has to be the reference. Trapped in hell for a life of sin with melencholy of the life he lived.Reply I finally found my most relatable song.Reply Bless you. I hoped someone would have thisReply I actually think that the beginning of the episode is set during the darkest hour of the series. I think that it’s when the hotel failed or Alistor double crosses her. She’s singing about how she failed, and that the cleanse came again. And how she has to start all over again. Just a theory thoReply I really hope vivi makes an extended version of the song with her crew and puts it on iTunes or at least SpotifyReply Gosh dang but did the Hazbin crew make a good choice hiring Elsie to be the singing voice of Charlie. That lady got some pipes man! 😄Reply The song may be a modified cover, but it fits Charlie's story perfectly.Reply Judy Garland – "I'm always chasing rainsbows" Original Song I really love how Charlie cover this song great song during World War 2Reply Legit this animation's gonna have a Broadway adaptation someday.I'll probs be old and dusty by then, but I'll be happy to make it to the day it's finally a reality.Reply Piano cover of this exact version: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7cPY8HVnZyYReply This song likely contains most of the themes for the series. Finding happiness, trying to live up to your parents expectations, and trying to live in a world that you don't feel you belong in.I also see a lot of parallels between Charlie's goal of rehabilitating sinners and Vivziepop's attempt at getting a successful cartoon off the ground. Both struggle to prove their haters wrong.I predict the lyrics will become more poingent as the series moves forward.Reply This song describes my life lolReply This song is a famous melancholic song, sung by even famous singers during WW2.Reply Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.