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Jacob Groth (born 12.05.1951 in Copenhagen) is a Danish film composer. He is noted for his work with Søren Kragh-Jacobsen. He composed the music for the Millennium Trilogy films. Especially noteworthy here was a song inserted into the ending credits of the second movie in the franchise, The Girl Who Played With Fire. "Would Anybody Die (For Me)" employs a moving score by Jacob Groth as well as exquisitely rendered lyrics and vocal by Misen Groth. However he is probably best known internationally for his music to the famed Scandinavian TV crime series The Eagle (TV series) (Ørnen) and in particular for its opening song 'Forgiveness' lyrics and vocal by Misen Groth.