The soundtrack to Bioshock Infinite will feature a duet from Troy Baker and Courtnee Draper, the voice actors for hired gun Booker DeWitt and the oh so mysterious and powerful Elizabeth. The pair sing the somber and reflective "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," a religious hymn composed by Ada Ruth Habershon back in 1907.

Bioshock fans who purchase the Ultimate Songbird Edition or Premium Edition will receive the 28 track soundtrack for free. As we glanced over the track listing, we noticed another version of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken," sung by Maureen Murphy, is also featured. Draper can definitely carry a tune, but it's more important to actually listen to the actual lyrics of the short clip: "There are loved ones in the glory/Whose dear forms you often miss/When you close your earthly story/Will you join them in their bliss?"

Is this a foreshadowing of a tragedy that will claim the life of Elizabeth or Booker? Will that circle be unbroken?

Bioshock Infinite comes out March 26th for the PlayStation 3, PC, and Xbox 360.