Here are some more thoughts from a demented mind in Central Florida: Can't believe that no one's mentioned the "Every Breath Peter Gunn Takes" from the first episode of Season 3 of the Sopranos. Classic stuff, and here's a sample:
Why yes, I am both a musician and a lawyer. Thanks for asking. :)
I like this one better than either of the two songs used:
A mashup of Gnarls Barkley "Crazy" and The Raconteurs "Steady, As She Goes" by The Legion of Doom.
'But if one is struck by me only a little, that is far different, the stroke is a sharp thing and suddenly lays him lifeless, and that man's wife goes with cheeks torn in lamentation, and his children are fatherless, while he, staining the soil with his red blood, rots away, and there are more birds than women swarming about him.' Diomedes, The Iliad of Homer
I've heard it in sports talk when teammates or coaches betray other team members, but have never been sure where or when the expression originated. I was surprised to hear my wife drop that phrase into a conversation since she doesn't watch sports.