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Music Geek Track of the Week: Charlie Sheen and Katheryn Winnick. Really

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This month Charlie Sheen will be making his first big box office appearance since things got a little crazy for him (cocaine, hookers, #winning). Fortunately for us, film is not the only medium in which Sheen is making a comeback — he’s recorded a cover of the airy, charming “Águas de Março” with costar Katheryn Winnick, which will appear on the official soundtrack for A Glimpse Inside the Mind of Charles Swan III.

Sheen and Winnick trade flirty lines over guitar and sumptuous strings until the end of the track, when Winnick presumably plants a fat kiss on his cheek. I don’t know why I am really digging the idea of a Charlie Sheen comeback, but “Águas de Março” is helping. It’s things like this that make me really regret studying a dead language in high school. Blerg.

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RtlXSgbXzbo?rel=0&w=615&h=346]

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Comments

  1. Miguel David says:

    As a Portuguese citizen, I must point out that this is the funniest thing i’ve heard in my life.

    Even though I can’t understand half of what they’re saying, good effort.

  2. Matt Grosinger says:

    Ah that is right, because it is famously a Brazilian song. Thanks for the correction Bri.

  3. Bri says:

    No one has told you it’s Portuguese and not Spanish yet? Ok. I’m surprised, but that’s fine. It’s in the Youtube video title.

    Never regret taking Latin. English is a Germanic language with a gigantic Romance vocabulary that stems from Latin. Taking Latin helps you understand English, and it’s an adorably dead language. No regrets.