Sex and the City

Music from Sex and the City the movie

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"Sex & the City Theme" by Electric Symphony Orchestra
Opening sounds. Very brief. 0:00
"Labels or Love" by Fergie
Opening credits. Opening scenes. Carrie narrates about labels and love. She introduces her friends and comments on their lives. 0:00
"Click Flash" by Ciara
Carrie does a photo-shoot for Vogue for her wedding. 0:18
"Walk This Way" by Run-D.M.C. (Feat. Steve Tyler and Joe Perry of Aerosmith)
Samantha puts on the CD as Carrie tries on old outfits. 0:32
"Real Girl" by Mutya Buena
Carrie's new assistant Louise 'hooks her up' with loads of new stuff. 1:12
"It's Amazing" by Jem
Carrie gets a new hair-colour. She meets Louise in the coffee shop. Louise gives Carrie her mobile back. 1:19
"The Trolley Song" by Judy Garland
Sung by Judy Garland on the Tv as Carrie watches. 1:32
"Auld Lang Syne" by Mairi Campbell & Dave Francis
New years eve. Carrie leaves her apartment. Shots of the other girls enjoying new years. Carrie arrives at Miranda's house and hugs her. 1:34
"New York Girls" by Morningwood
The fashion show starts as the girls watch. Carrie narrates. 1:39
"Love Will Keep Us Together" by Captain & Tennille
Carrie and Miranda eat dinner together on Valentine's day. 1:42
"How Deep is Your Love" by The Bird and the Bee
2nd song as Carrie and Miranda eat dinner together on Valentine's day. 1:42
"How Can You Mend a Broken Heart" by Al Green
Miranda looks at the list in the coffee shop. She meets Steve on the bridge. 1:53
"All This Beauty" by The Weepies
Carrie celebrates her new apartment with a baby shower. 1:56
"All Dressed in Love" by Jennifer Hudson
The gang celebrate at Carrie's wedding reception. Carrie reads from her book. Carrie toasts at Samantha's 50th birthday party. Continues into end credits. 2:14
"Labels or Love" by Fergie
2nd song in end credits. 2:18
"Click Flash" by Ciara
3rd song in end credits. 2:21

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This was very helpful. I had been looking for a song title, and by providing the scenes and matching them with the songs made it much easier for me to locate the song I wanted.

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Karen at 05:24PM, 3rd Jun 2010

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