You've Got Mail, released on 26 Feb 1998, consists of a playlist of 43 credited songs, from various artists including
Harry Nilsson, The Paulette Sisters and Harry Nilsson. The original score is composed by George Fenton.
Expand Remember (Christmas) • Harry Nilsson Add time Kathleen decorates the Christmas tree in her empty shop. 2nd scene: 'The Shop Around The Corner' final discount before closure Never Smile At A Crocodile • The Paulette Sisters Add time Joe and the children leave 'The Shop Around The Corner' Rockin Robin • Bobby Day 22m Joe spends a day with his 11-year-old aunt Annabel and 4-year-old brother Matthew Splish Splash • Bobby Darin 28m The new FoxBooks store opening Dummy Song • Louis Armstrong 39m Kathleen and Joe try hard to avoid meeting each other in town River • Joni Mitchell 45m Kathleen quotes it in her letter to NY152. She says "it's such a sad song and not about Christmas at all" Dream • Roy Orbison 1h 5m Song when Kathleen returns home sad after NY152 hasn\'t turned up to the meeting. She\'s got no mail.
Lonely At The Top • Randy Newman 1h 28m Joe's father comes to stay on his boat after he broke up with his lover Signed Sealed Delivered I'm Yours • Stevie Wonder 1h 31m Joe visits Kathleen when she's sick and brings her flowers I Guess The Lord Must Be in New York City • Harry Nilsson 1h 39m Kathleen suggests NY152 to meet. Meanwhile she and Joe keep talking over her correspondent Both Sides Now • Joni Mitchell 1h 43m Joe mocks at the lyrics. "It's clouds illusions I recall, I really don't know clouds at all". What does that mean? Is she a pilot?" Over the Rainbow • Harry Nilsson 1h 48m Song when Shopgirl and NY152 finally meet. Anyone At All • Carole King 1h 51m First song played in the end credits I'm Gonna Sit Right Down and Write Myself a Letter • Billy Williams 1h 52m The second song in the end credits
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How come Savage Gardens I knew I loved you video was used with scenes from You've Got Mail, but wasn't used in the film itself