|The Long Kiss Goodnight - 1996 - Alan Silvestri - Track 01. Main Title|
Alan Silvestri original score: opening credits to The Long Kiss Goodnight.
|Santa Claus is back in town - Elvis Presley|
Elvis tune used during the opening scene of Long Kiss Goodnight where we first meet Samantha Caine playing Mrs. Santa Claus in the town parade.
Dion- Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
Music used during Hal and Samantha's Christmas party. Continues the initial fun and light mood of the movie.
|Junior Parker - Next Time You See Me (1957)|
Our first introduction to the Mitch Hennessey character as played by Samuel L. Jackson. It gives clues to his character.
|Dean Martin - Let it Snow!|
After the Christmas party, Samatha drives a drunken party guest home and hits a deer. She hits her head and we get our first glimpse of "Charly."
|Jingle Bells Jingle Dogs|
This song plays in the background during the "I'm a chef" scene. The silly song is in contrast to the ominous moment when Samantha impales the tomato.
The carolers are singing a version of this hymn while being held hostage by "One Eyed Jack."
Mitch and Samantha are driving and Mitch is singing the song along with the radio. He sings the lyric as "I'm not talkin' 'bout the "linen."
|Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell - If I Could Build My Whole World Around You|
More road music
The Long Goodbye (1973) Theme-High Quality
This music plays while Mitch makes a drink & Samantha talks absently to Caitlin on the phone. Subtle clue that she is drawing away from her life.
|Jimmy Cliff - Many Rivers To Cross|
Road music playing while Mitch tells Samantha that he spent four years in prison for stealing impounded bonds while an Atlanta cop.
|Muddy Waters and Johnny Winter - Mannish Boy|
More Mitch music, especially when he is humming his self reminders.
Santana- She's Not There
Fabulous song that perfectly captures Samantha's physical transformation into "Charly." It sets the movie's mood as fun and sexy instead of ominous.
|Lady Marmalade Patti Labelle (with lyrics)|
This plays when Mitch is first "distracted" by Charly. This is a very different woman from Samantha and the music reflects that.
L.A. Ganz - Keep This Party Bouncin'
Music used for the shot glass scene. "Charly" is telling Mitch that Samantha was complete fabrication.
Funny - Joe Hinton - HQ
Music used for the unsuccessful seduction scene. The lyrics perfectly capture the fact that "Charlie has rejected her former life.
"Charly" is angry and stalking through rainy, depressing Atlantic City after being turned down by Mitch. Carolers are singing this song.
Marvin Gaye - Stubborn Kind of Fellow
"Charly" has kicked Mitch out of the car and he lies in the street smoking a cigarette. It sets the mood and tells us not to take the scene seriously.
I'm not quite sure where this song was played in the movie. A version by Otis Redding is on the movie soundtrack.
The White Mage
Music playing very softly as "Charly" approaches her former home and encounters the kid smoking a cigarette. Very funny scene.
John Williams O Holy Night Home Alone soundtrack
by Jeno Borsodi
Hymn sung by the church choir that includes Samantha's child & fiance. "Charly" watches the scene through a scope on her gun and it touches her heart.
Alan Silvestri original score. I call it "Love Theme-Samantha's Heart." It plays during moments of familial or friendship love.
Semisonic - FNT
Last "road trip" song, played just before the phone call from Timothy announcing that he has kidnapped Caitlin and the movie gets serious.
Alan Silventri original score for three scenes in the movie: "Charly" and her child in the freezer, Mitch's rescue attempt,& setting the truck bomb.
Alan Silvestri original score,"Charly and Timothy fight, Mitch saves "Charly" and child, plus bridge explosion. Final scene with Mitch,"Charly and kid
|Tracy Bonham - Free (Original version from "Long Kiss Goodnight") *NEW STUDIO VERSION COMING SOON!*|
Final scene of movie. The Samantha/Charly personalities have integrated into a whole. She returns to her fiance and child and it's finally summer.
|WOMAN, Neneh Cherry - a Shot for a Smile|
Song used during the end credits to The Long Kiss Goodnight.