character: the mad man with a box

The Mad Man With A Box
Murray Gold
The Mad Man With A Box

Doctor Who - 10 22 favorite tracks per Series 
because I really love the S5 soundtrack okay

Series 5: The Mad Man With A Box [5/22]
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Amy: Well, I started to think that maybe you were just like a madman with a box.
The Doctor: Amy Pond, there’s something you’d better understand. It’s important, and one day your life may depend on it. I am definitely a madman with a box.

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Seb and Fenris in a Doctor Who or Torchwood AU?

Of course Hawke ran right in, her delighted laugh echoing out past the doors, proving every rumor they’d ever put together true; it had to be bigger on the inside, to allow for that sound, bright and open.

Fenris sighed, and shrugged, and tried not to follow too quickly; instead he turned to look at Sebastian, who shook his head, a hint of a smile as he rocked up onto the balls of his feet, just as impatient, just as poorly hiding it.

Of course they were going to follow her, of course they were going to take up the mad man’s offer.

Who wouldn’t want to see where or when they might end up next?


The Doctor - A Mad Man and His Box Tribute

30 Days Of Doctor Who

Day ten: What’s your favorite piece of music from the show? Did you like Vale Decem? Or perhaps Rose’s Theme?

The Mad Man With A Box - Series 5

It was really difficult for me to choose between this wonderful soundtrack and the Song of Freedom, but at the end I decided for The Mad Man With A Box, because it is either full of hope and it describes at best my beloved Doctor. :)

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Doctor Who Headcanon: The singing in “Doomsday” (which is actually Ten’s “The Doctor’s Theme”), and “The Mad Man With a Box” are the melodies of two Gallifreyan lullabies the Doctor’s mother used to sing to him when he was little. They’re actually being sung in the original Gallifreyan, but since the TARDIS doesn’t translate it, and our comparatively-microscopic minds can’t handle the full impact of the language, all we hear are neutral “ooh” and “doo” syllables. 


My arrangement and recording of “The Mad Man With a Box” from Murray Gold’s Series 5 Doctor Who Soundtrack