Cut to Tara hurrying through the main floor of Der Zauber Kasten and up to the loft where all the dangerous magic books are kept.
Backroom. Giles booms, "I wish I could lay your arms down and let you rest at last / Wish I could slay your demons / But now that time has passed." As he sings, he walks behind Buffy, who has gone on to do some bag work. The bag is barely moving, her posture is terrible, and her arms look like wet noodles. To top it off, the expression on her face is that of a monkey trying to calculate all 51.5 billion digits of pi. It doesn't look good at full speed, and when you slow it down to one quarter impulse, it just makes it that much more obvious that SMG's punches couldn't drop a woozy kitten, much less demon hordes from hell. It really pulls me out of the moment in an otherwise outstanding episode. Giles finishes up his little song while Buffy faces him and shakes her hair out. She asks if he said something, because Buffy was stuck in some Molasses Swamp off the space-time continuum that made her unable to hear Giles's song.
In the loft, Tara leafs through a book and quickly finds the flower that she's holding. The refrain from her earlier song, "Under Your Spell," starts up as we see that the flower called "Lethe's bramble" is commonly used in memory and mind control spells. "I'm under your spell / God how can this be?" Tara sits on the top rung of the ladder and watches Willow and Buffy talk near the door. "Willow, don't you see? / There'll be nothing left of me / You made me belieeeeve" On this last note, Giles comes into frame, and their songs overlap. They both sing about how they don't want to leave but they have to -- Giles because he has misguided notions about how to help Buffy, Tara because Willow has turned into an abusive freak that thinks nothing of mentally violating her beloved. Their songs intertwine with each other, yet neither of them seems to be aware of the other person's presence. None of that really matters to me, because I get all shivery listening to them.