When Harry Met Sally

Music from When Harry Met Sally the movie

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"Our Love Is Here To Stay" by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald
Harry kisses his girlfriend Amanda outside the university. Sally arrives in her car. Harry says goodbye to his girlfriend and gets into Sally's car. 0:02
"Ramblin Man" by The Allman Brothers Band
Sally and Harry talk about sex in the diner. They order food. 0:07
"Right Time Of The Night" by Jennifer Warnes
Sally works out the bill and Harry tells her how attractive she is. 0:09
"Let's Call The Whole Thing Off" by Louis Armstrong and Ella Fitzgerald
Harry and Sally cross a bridge in the car and arrive in New York. 0:12
"Where Or When" by Ella Fitzgerald
Sally kisses her boyfriend Joe in the airport. Harry notices them as he walks by and talks to Joe. /14/ 0:14
"Winter Wonderland" by Ray Charles
Snowy, Christmasy scenes in New York. Sally and Harry buy a Christmas tree. 0:45
"I Could Write A Book" by Harry Connick Jr.
Sally and Harry dance at the New Years Eve party. 0:46
"Auld Lang Syne" by Louis Armstrong
Sung by the party goers after the countdown to the new year. Harry and Sally wish each other a happy new year. 0:48
"Surrey With The Fringe On Top" by Miles Davis
Sung by Harry on the karaoke machine in the shop. Sally joins in but stops when Harry sees an old flame, Helen. 0:55
"Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" by Bing Crosby
Sally buys a Christmas tree on her own and struggles to carry it home. Harry leaves messages for Sally on her answerphone. 1:18
"Call Me" by Nancy Sinatra
Harry sings this song down the phone to Sally. 1:19
"Don't Get Around Much Anymore" by Harry Connick Jr.
Sally dances at the New Years Eve party but doesn't seem to be enjoying herself. 1:21
"It Had To Be You" by Frank Sinatra
Harry walks and begins running to get to Sally at the News Years Eve party. Sally tells her friends she's leaving. Harry tries to hail a cab but can't. He finally reaches her and tells her he loves her. 1:23
"Auld Lang Syne" by Louis Armstrong
The party goers sing as Sally gets angry and tearful then kisses Harry. Harry talks about the meaning of the song. 1:26
"It Had To Be You" by Harry Connick Jr.
1st song in end credits. 1:28
"Let's Call The Whole Thing Off" by Harry Connick Jr.
2nd song in end credits. 1:28
"But Not For Me" by Harry Connick Jr.
3rd song in end credits. 1:30
"It Had To Be You" by Harry Connick Jr.
4th song in end credits. 1:30

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