Scarlett Johansson

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Scarlett Johansson is ready to go all "Bonnie and Clyde" on y'all.

The sometimes singer collaborated with Lulu Gainsbourg on a cover of French music legend Serge Gainsbourg's "Bonnie and Clyde," and it debuted today.

While this particular track may not be tailored to a tequila-soaked night out on the town (for that, might we suggest the similarly named Jay-Z and Beyoncé's seminal hit "'03 Bonnie and Clyde"), but it surely would set the mood for a relaxing day poolside.

Scarlett and Lulu speak French and whisper cinema-worthy lines such as "lost lovers and cold blooded killers" or "when a bank's blow up for big money," before dueting on the chorus in a trance-inducing, mellow version of the love song.

Listen to the song

The track comes from Lulu's tribute album to his father, From Gainsbourg to Lulu, which is a collection of songs handpicked by Lulu that "he knew would bst pay homage to his father's work," as a statement for the collection explains.

Lulu selected all of the artists he wanted to collaborate with on the album and Scarlett is just one of many famous names like Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis (a duet that took place before their split), Rufus Wainwright and Iggy Pop.

Check out the single—available on iTunes on July 31 with the album dropping October 30—and let us know what you think: Should Scarlett stick to kicking booty alongside those trusty Avengers or would you love to see her do her vampy vixen routine in a lounge setting (the perfect place for her music, in our opinion)?

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