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"One Last Shot" is a musical theme credited to Klaus Badelt (with Hans Zimmer's assistance) for Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl. It appears as track fourteen on the film's soundtrack, at 4:46 in length.
The track segues directly from "Underwater March", opening with a mournful rendition of the love theme before transforming into Jack Sparrow's violin waltz (00:29). The cue returns to the love theme with a triumphant reprise (01:25) before trailing into a more subdued version (01:45) with elements of the previous waltz (02:45). The love theme is played in full glory (03:15) before dropping to a melancholic tune (03:55) and a triumphant climax (04:25) to close the cue, segueing directly into "He's a Pirate".
The track underscores the escape of Jack Sparrow from Fort Charles and the kiss between Elizabeth Swann and William Turner in the final scenes of the film, leading into the end credits. It reprises the love theme heard throughout.
- This track is also called "He's a Pirate" on the film's complete soundtrack.