Peter Dinklage Sings About All Those 'Game of Thrones' Deaths


Peter Dinklage
 has a since humor about his Game of Thrones co-stars dropping like flies each season.

Dinklage joined forces with Coldplay to put together a Game of Thrones musical in honor of Red Nose Day, which uses humor and celebrities to help raise money for young people living in poverty. 

In a new video shared by the band, Dinklage -- who won an Emmy for his performance as fan favorite Tyrion Lannister on the HBO series -- is seen singing about the show's numerous deaths.

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"Still going strong," Dinklage croons. "Remember Ned Stark? He was a lot of fun, but he didn't make it past season one.

"Robert Baratheon was part of that crew," the song continues, "but he never made it to season two."

Calling out the "Red Wedding" death of Ned Stark's son, Robb Stark, Dinklage sings, "The King of the North was cool you says. Another favorite that ended up dead."

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This music video isn't the only connection Coldplay has to the acclaimed show. In season three, the band's drummer, Will Champion, made a small cameo during the wedding feast at the home of Walder Frey (a.k.a. the Red Wedding).

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