Popular Music from Gilmore Girls: A Year In The Life
Where You Lead I Will Follow
Song during end credits.
Lorelai walks up to the studio to join the music advisory committee, as Violet performs Taylor's new song.
Luke and Lorelai take Rory with them to elope; montage of them checking out the decorations and dancing; Emily places a kiss on Richard's portrait; the wedding.
Michel sings as he and Lorelai said goodbye to Damon after his interview.
Emily turns on her stereo and plays this song, then checks out a brochure for a whaling museum.
Bernadette Peters & William Parry
Botch-A-Me (Ba-Ba-Baciani Piccina)
Colin announces he bought the club and it will now only play music by Rosemary Clooney.
Robert flirts with Doris; Logan and Rory have a drink in a back room and he offers her a key to his family's place in Maine so she can write her book, then she asks if he really plans to marry Odette.
With a Little Help from My Friends
The Life and Death Brigade go for a drive to a tango club; music as Rory and Logan dance.
Joe Anderson & Jim Sturgess
With A Little Help From My Friends
Montage of Rory, Logan and the Life and Death Brigade having fun around Stars Hollow.
Sophie plays one of her songs for the musical advisory committee.
The Stars Hollow: The Musical trial run ends with an ABBA song.
These Boots Are Made for Walkin'
Montage of Rory and Lorelai running around town delivering the Stars Hollow Gazette; continues as Lorelai calls in reinforcements; people complain about the missing poem; Rory runs into the 30-Something Gang; Lorelai runs into The Parents of the 30-Something Gang.
Violet sings in the background as Taylor praises the star of his musical to Rory and Lorelai.
Rory and Lorelai stroll down the street with parasols.
The Free Design
Rory and Lorelai sit by the town pool and contemplate why people would want to swim in public; Andrew stops by to chat, then Zach and Lane arrive.
Lorelai watches a movie as Rory walks in an announces she's moving home; credits.
Fred Astaire & Ginger Rogers
Lorelai and Rory walk down on the street in Manhattan to get in line for cronuts.
Ida shows Luke and Emily a potential franchise location.
Piano Sonata No. 2 in B Minor, Op. 35: III. Marche funèbre: Lento
Fourth song in Kirk's short film; Lorelai listens to her mother's message.
Second song in Kirk's short film; Kirk sees an omen.
First song in Kirk's short film
St. Olaf Orchestra
Lorelai realizes she agreed to go to therapy with her mother; credits.
Grant plays in the town square Luke joins Lorelai as she's walking Paul Anka.
Hep Alien rehearse as Rory and Paris watch; Lorelai arrives at her mother's house.
A busker sings as Taylor leaves Luke's Diner, then she's chased off by Grant.
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