I Love You Phillip Morris

Music from I Love You Phillip Morris the movie

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"Hallelujah, We Shall Rise" by the Yellow Dog Prophet Choir
In church the choir sing. Steven (Jim Carrey) sings and plays piano as his wife, Debbie (Leslie Mann) watches. 0:03
"It's You and Me Tonight" by Jonny Savarino
Stephen and family living the American dream. Having a BBQ with the neighbours. 0:08
"Dance Hall Days" by Wang Chung
Stephen driving in is his red convertible narrating. Another car smashes into him. 0:10
"El Arroz" by Enzo y su clan
Stephen and Jimmy strolling down the street and shopping. 0:12
"Deck the Halls"
Stephen gives Jimmy a watch as a gift. 0:14
"Jingle Bells" by Linda Lawley
Stephen calls Debbie on the phone. They talk about Stephen's gift. 0:14
"Chances Are" by Johnny Mathis
In the prison Phillip (Ewan McGregor) pays an inmate to play the song. Phillip persuades Stephen to dance with him in the cell. Watching a film with other inmates. Having a good meal, having fun shaving. The guards enter to shut off the music. 0:32
"To Love Somebody" by Nina Simone
Phillip races through the prison to try and see Stephen. He shouts through a window but Stephen can't hear. He runs through into the yard and tells Stephen that he loves him. Stephen shouts from the bus. 0:36
"Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen" by Golden Gate Quartet
Stephen gets dropped off outside the prison by a taxi. 0:38
"Shopping Mall" by Studio Musicians
Stephen working at a deli counter. 0:40
"On My Mind" by Alien Six
After Phillip gets out of jail the guys have a party at the house and Stephen agrees to represent a lady with her legal troubles. 0:41
"Slow Ride" by Foghat
Stephen kills it at his new job. 0:50
"Help Me Make It Through the Night" by Sammi Smith
In the back of a police car Stephen injects himself and has a fit. He wakes up in a hospital bed. 1:06
"Steal Away" by Robbie Dupree"
Stephen gets out of a limo outside Phillip's house with a bunch of flowers. 1:12
"Mozart: the Marriage of Figaro / Duettino-sull'aria" by Orchester der Deutschen opera Berlin
Stephen meets an old work colleague in the toilet at the court. We learn what happened in the future. 1:29
"I Cried Like a Silly Boy" by Devotchka
End credits. And various instrumental pieces throughout the film. 1:32

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