Garden State

Music from Garden State the movie

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"Don't Panic" by Coldplay
Andrew Largeman gets ready for work. He takes his medication, gets stuck in traffic, arrives at the Vietnamese restaurant and realizes he's pulled away from the gas station with the pump still in the car.
"Three Times a Lady" by Lionel Richie
Sung by Aunt Sylvia at Andrew's mom's funeral.
"Caring is Creepy" by The Shins
Andrew takes out the old WWII motorcycle his uncle left him.
"The Fast Lane" by Wyze Crack
Andrew enters the party and approaches Mark, who offers Largeman a brew.
"You Can Call Me" by the Sho-Shot All Stars
Andrew and Mark go down to the basement.
"In the Waiting Line" by Zero 7
Andrew takes ecstasy and plays spin-the-bottle with Mark, Jesse and barely legal girls.
"New Slang" by The Shins
Andrew asks Sam what she's listening to on her headphones; she lets him hear. Andrew enters the MRI machine, covered in writing from the previous night.
"Orange Sky" by Alexi Murdoch
Andrew and Sam walk into the backyard bury Jelly.
"I Just Don't Think I'll Ever Get Over You" by Colin Hay
Andrew drives back home after Jelly's funeral.
"Blue Eyes" by Cary Brothers
Andrew and Sam sit and drink at the bar. Mark, Dave and Jesse come in.
"Fair" by Remy Zero
Sam tapdances for Andrew by the fireplace.
"Adelita" by Francisco Tárrega
Mark plays a couple chords of this song before he and Andrew talk about the Desert Storm trading cards.
"One of These Things First" by Nick Drake
Montage: Andrew, Mark and Sam drive around New Jersey on the bike. Mark takes them to Handy World and they bump into Carl.
"Lebanese Blonde" by Thievery Corporation
Mark, Andrew and Sam see Diego with the nitrous tank.
"The Only Living Boy in New York" by Simon & Garfunkel
Andrew, Sam and Mark leave Albert's ark. Dressed in garbage bags, they scream into the infinite abyss. Andrew and Sam then kiss in the rain.
"Such Great Heights" by Iron and Wine
Sam hugs Andrew inside the tub in which his mother died. He tells her he feels so safe. They lie in bed after making love.
"Let Go" by Frou Frou
Simultaneously, Andrew runs from Sam to the plane, Mark pulls a bong load, Mr. Largeman walks around the house, Andrew returns to Sam. End credits song #1.
"Winding Road" by Bonnie Somerville
End credits song #2.

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