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Jennifer Lawrence Did More Than Just Act In 'Mockingjay'—Listen To Her Musical Contribution

The moving folk ballad was co-written by The Lumineers.

Jennifer Lawrence is a whirlwind of talent, and now she gets to add "singer" to her incredible resume. The Hunger Games actress sings the eerie folk song "The Hanging Tree" on the score for her newest movie "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 1."

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"The Hanging Tree" starts out with just Lawrence's voice, but eventually swells to include an orchestra and a chorus for its dramatic finish. It was co-written by composer James Newton and folk rock band The Lumineers. Suzanne Collins, author of the "Hunger Games" book series, wrote the song's lyrics.

The song will appear not on the "Hunger Games" soundtrack curated by Lorde, but on the movie's official score, which comes out November 24. Listen below.