But I'm a Cheerleader, released on 7 Jul 2000, consists of a playlist of 14 credited songs, from various artists including
April March, Dressy Bessy and Dressy Bessy. The original score is composed by Pat Irwin.
Expand Just Like Henry • Dressy Bessy 24m [Scene of] Step 2: Rediscovering Your Gender Identity If You Should Try and Kiss Her • Dressy Bessy 36m [Bathroom Scene] Megan brushing her hair, gazing at Graham; song cuts off during Megan's dream Trailer Song • Sissy Bar 41m [Begins with] Graham caressing Megan's arm while watching the 'Demystifying the Opposite Sex' film All or Nothing • Miisa 44m When they first enter the 'Cocksucker' bar We're In the City • Saint Etienne 45m Megan is asked to danced but declines, Graham proceeds to encourage her to dance; Megan is dancing with the blonde and Graham with Sinead The Swisher • Summer's Eve 49m Andre dancing, gathering a crowd; the group is about to leave the club Funnel Of Love • Wanda Jackson 50m Megan brushing her teeth, looking dazed and most likely thinking of the prior night's events Glass Vase, Cello Case • Tattle Tale 1h 2m Intimate scene with Megan and Graham Party Train • RuPaul 1h 5m While attempting to strike a deal with Megan, Mary looks outside the window to see her son dancing flamboyantly while listening to music on his Walkman Evening In Paris • Lois 1h 12m Megan and Dolph sitting at the bar in the Cocksucker
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