The Heartbreak Kid

Music from The Heartbreak Kid the movie

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"The Tale of the Horny Frog" The Flaming Lips
Opening scenes. Shots of San Francisco. 0:00
"Honey Come Home" by John Alagia
Eddie catches a lady's eye through a restaurant window as he's walking past. 0:07
"Queen Bitch" by David Bowie
In Eddie's sporting goods store some kid practices baseball and gets help from Eddie and his dad. 0:13
"Screwed Up" by Susan Sandberg
Eddie and Lila talk in a cafe about her job. 0:15
"She Makes Me Fall Down" by Buva
Eddie kisses Lila in a restaurant, vineyard, BBQ. They cycle together and kiss again at the hospital. 0:16
"Rebel Rebel" by David Bowie
Eddie gets a call from Lila at the sporting goods store. 0:18
"Together Again" "So Good to See You" by JK Jazz Ensemble
Band performs at the wedding of Eddie and Lila. 0:21
"Rosalita (Come Out Tonight)" by Bruce Springsteen
Eddie and Lila on their road trip to Cabo. They sing along to the song in the car. Lila tells him that she gets seasick and that she'd rather just relax on the beach. 0:22
"Conga" by Miami Sound Machine
1st song Lila sings along to on her own in the car. 0:24
"Rapture" by Blondie
2nd song Lila sings along to in the car. Part of it's in French. 0:24
"Ready to Take a Chance Again" by Barry Manilow
3rd song Lila sings along to in the car. Eddie sucks on a straw. 0:24
"Wannabe" by Spice Girls
4th song Lila sings along to in the car. 0:25
"Muskrat Love" by Captain & Tennille
5th song Lila sings along to in the car. Eddie turns the radio off. 0:25
"The Devil Went Down to Georgia" by The Charlie Daniels Band
After the rest stop, the 6th song Lila sings along to in the car. 0:30
"Canciones de Amor" by Julieta Venegas
Eddie and Lila arrive at the hotel. 0:31
"El Mariachi Loco" by Mariachi Bandido
Eddie and Lila are treated to some music by the band. Eddie tips them and tells them to follow Lila as she leaves. 0:32
"Maybe I'm Not the One" by The Flaming Lips
Eddie, Lila and Uncle Tito walk through the hotel towards the suite. 0:35
"Take Em Or Leave Em" by Amy LaVere
Eddie walks along the beach and gets to the bar looking for Lila. He stands by the pool and Miranda shouts from above that she's dropped her camera. 0:39
"Pachangueando" by Pacha Massive
Eddie drinks with Miranda and her family and they talk about their jobs. 0:53
"Painting by Chagall" The Weepies
Eddie and Miranda smoke and talk on the beach at night. Miranda leaves when her relative comes by. 0:54
"Gypsy Woman" by Brian Hyland
Eddie and Miranda on their day out. They eat some traditional stuff, play football with the local kids, ride a ferris wheel (small) and look at dogs. Oh, and watch a donkey trying to have sex with a woman. They drive alongside the beach. 1:04
"Ashes to Ashes" by David Bowie
Eddie and Miranda return to the hotel singing to the song. 1:07
"Cuando Canto" by Ozomatli
Eddie has dinner with Miranda and the rest of her family. One of them is suspicious but is told to give Eddie a break. 1:15
"Finished" by William Goodrum
Eddie sits on some steps in the evening. He arrives back to find his wife sleeping. He wakes her up and they talk. 1:16
"Ziggy Stardust" by David Bowie
Miranda runs and Eddie screams after her (short almost instrumental clip). 1:28
"Put the Message in the Box" by World Party
Eddie tries to smuggle himself back into America with other illegal immigrants but is caught numerous times. 1:31
"Under Pressure" by Queen and David Bowie
Eddie runs and jumps onto the train. He's beaten and thrown off but eventually makes it to Mississippi. 1:33
"The First Cut is the Deepest" by Buva
Eddie leaves Miranda's house with his dad. Eddie is packing up his belongings and talking to Mac. 1:41
"After Party" by Ozomatli
Uncle Tito talks to some customers on the beach until Eddie chimes in. Miranda turns up outside the shop and they talk. 1:43
"Suffragette City" by David Bowie
1st song in end credits. 1:48
"Different Drum" by Michael Nesmith Matthew Sweet & Susanna Hoffs
2nd song in end credits. 1:52

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