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"Lie Thou There" is an orchestral piece from the Season 6 soundtrack.
Full list of appearances
The new motif from the piece plays during the following scenes:
- The survivors are brought before Dogen. ("LA X, Part 2")
- Lennon tells the survivors that their names are on the list from the ankh. ("LA X, Part 2")
- Sayid is returned to life. ("LA X, Part 2")
- Sayid is led away after being tortured. ("What Kate Does")
- Dogen tries to convince Jack to give Sayid the pill. ("What Kate Does")
- In a Previously on Lost recap, Sayid is shot. He is brought to the Temple for healing. ("Sundown")
The piece's first movement, containing Miles's theme, does not play in the episode. Miles's motif follows it. The piece then plays the Temple motif before ending on its own motif, which is a close variation on Locke's Motif.
The motif from this piece appears in "Trouble Is My First Name".
The title comes from Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet. Romeo says the line "Death, lie thou there, by a dead man interred" at Juliet's grave. "Lie Thou There" plays when James and Miles are at Juliet's grave.