Jennifer Lawrence's 'Mockingjay' Lullaby 'Deep In The Meadow' Gets A Fire Remix

Be prepared to cry.

Jennifer Lawrence is about to light the music charts on fire... again.

If you stuck around during the credits after your weekend showing of "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay -- Part 2," then you probably heard a familiar lullaby: "Deep in the Meadow." The lullaby that Katniss sings to her baby girl at the end of "Mockingjay" is also the same song she sang to Prim -- and a dying Rue -- in "The Hunger Games."

Lawrence recorded "Deep in the Meadow" for the official "Mockingjay -- Part 2" soundtrack. Following in the footsteps of "The Hanging Tree," JLaw's emotional lullaby has just been given a dance remix by Baauer. (Yes, that's the same guy who gave us the "Harlem Shake.")

Lawrence's song from "Mockingjay -- Part 1," "The Hanging Tree," was a surprise smash hit on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, cracking the No. 12 spot on the coveted chart. The song also sold over a million copies to reach platinum status.

Will "Deep in the Meadow" be JLaw's next platinum-selling single? With so many talents -- which include binge-watching "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" while rehearsing her lines for David O. Russell’s next project, consuming an entire pizza in under 10 minutes and beating Meryl Streep (for the Oscar, calm down) -- it’s only natural that JLaw would consider expanding her empire to the music industry.