What Does Loki Episode 3 Ending Song Mean?

Loki Episode 3

In Loki so far,

The first episode of “Loki,” which premiered on Disney+ on June 9, ends with the intriguing reveal that the hooded killer who’s been going after the Time Variance Authority’s Minutemen and stockpiling their reset charges is actually also Loki — just a different version of him.

After the apocalyptic hurricane of “Loki” Episode 2, we know now that this other, murderously mischievous Loki is Lady Loki, played by Sophia Di Martino.

Loki in Lamintus 1 train
Image credit: Loki Episode 3 Disney

The mercurial villain Loki resumes his role as the God of Mischief in Episode 3.

Episode 3 ends up with the song “Dark Moon” by Jim Reeves from the album- Milestones Of A Country Legend Vol 4. Other recordings of the song were sung by Chris Isaak in 1993 and Elvis Presley. The whole episode dealt with love in bits and pieces.
If we look closely at the lyrics, we can see how it perfectly sums up the conversation Loki and Sylvie have on the train.
Dark moon a way up high up in the sky
Oh tell me why oh tell me why you’ve lost your splendor
Dark moon what is the cause your light withdraws
Is it because is it because I’ve lost my love
Mortals have dreams of love’s perfect schemes
But they don’t realize that love can sometimes bring
Dark moon a way up high…
Loki has been providing us with timeless classics in all its episodes. Can’t wait for next Wednesday, which is Tom Hiddleston’s favorite.

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