Who sings the final song in 50 First Dates when Lucy wakes up in the boat and looks out the window?

Who sings the final song in 50 First Dates when Lucy wakes up in the boat and looks out the window?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Big Hawaiian Singer Getting Bigger In Death

    Honolulu, HI (WFN) -- Singer Israel Kamakawiwo'ole -- a.k.a. "Bruddah Iz" -- died in 1997 but, like Jim Morrison and Tupac Shakur, he's become more popular after death than he was in his lifetime.

    The reason? His ukulele-backed medley of "Over The Rainbow/ What A Wonderful World," which has been featured on "E.R." and movies like "Finding Forrester" and "50 First Dates."

    Bruddah Iz weighed 650 pounds at the time of his death but his CD sales are even larger than his frame.

    Susie Meckler of Mountain Apple Records says there's been a consistent groundswell of sales in the last two years and says his CD, "Facing The Future," just turned platinum and his last recording, "Alone In Iz World," is about to go gold.

    There are also two concert DVDs available, a documentary and a docudrama about the singer's life.

    Although new material by Iz is in short supply, Meckler figures his popularity will continue to soar and calls the singer, "Our little Hawaiian Energizer bunny, 'cause he just keeps going and going."

  • 4 years ago

    Israel Kamakawiwo'ole.... for extra information, this music and version of someplace over the rainbow replaced into also performed at Meet Joe Black for the acceptable credit and at searching Forrester in route of the ending section at the same time as Sean Connery already died.

  • 1 decade ago

    Over the Rainbow by Israel Something =) Also featured in The Wizard of Oz sung by Dorothy... ha

  • 1 decade ago

    the beach boys .....

    "wouldn't it be nice if we could wake up and we didnt have to...' that one?

    or

    "over the rainbow?" sung by

    Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

    "somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds call..."

    starts off with several "ooh-oooh-oohoh-oh-ohohih-ooho-?

    is taht it?

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  • 1 decade ago

    Here are the soundtrack details, I hope it helps:

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0343660/soundtrack

    Now would you please do me a favor and read this question VERY CAREFULLY:

    http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=ApqyG...

  • 1 decade ago

    This is the soundtrack listing:

    1. Wayne Wonder - "Hold Me Now" (Originally recorded by the Thompson Twins

    2. 311 - "Love Song" (Originally recorded by The Cure)

    3. Seal (featuring Mikey Dread) - "Lips Like Sugar" (Originally recorded by Echo and the Bunnymen)

    4. Wyclef Jean (featuring Eve) - "Your Love (L.O.V.E. Reggae Mix)" (Originally recorded by The Outfield

    5. Ziggy Marley - "Drive" (Originally recorded by The Cars)

    6. Will.I.Am & Fergie - "True" (Originally recorded by Spandau Ballet)

    7. Elan Atias (backing vocals by Gwen Stefani) - "Slave To Love" (Originally recorded by Roxy Music)

    8. UB40 - "Every Breath You Take" (Originally recorded by Sting and The Police)

    9. Mark McGrath (of Sugar Ray) - "Ghost In You" (Originally recorded by Psychedelic Furs)

    10. Dryden Mitchell - "Friday, I'm In Love" (Originally recorded by The Cure

    11. Nicole Kea - "Breakfast In Bed" (Originally recorded by UB40)

    12. Jason Mraz - "I Melt With You" (Originally recorded by Modern English)

    13. Adam Sandler - "Forgetful Lucy

    If that's not it, this is the songs used in the movie

    Wouldn't It Be Nice"

    Written by Brian Wilson, Mike Love and Tony Asher

    Performed by The Beach Boys

    Courtesy of Capitol Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Pressure Drop"

    Written by Frederick Hibbert

    Performed by Toots & The Maytals

    Courtesy of The Sanctuary Records Group

    "From tha Chuuuch to da Palace"

    Written by Calvin Broadus, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and R. Kelly

    Performed by Snoop Dogg

    Courtesy of Priority Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "Another Day"

    Written by Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney

    Performed by Paul McCartney

    Courtesy of MPL Communications, Inc.

    "Over the Rainbow"

    Written by E.Y. Harburg and Harold Arlen

    Performed by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

    Courtesy of The Mountain Apple Company Hawaii

    "Could You Be Loved"

    Written by Bob Marley

    Performed by Bob Marley & The Wailers

    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Is This Love"

    Written by Bob Marley

    Performed by Bob Marley & The Wailers

    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Amber"

    Written by Nick Hexum

    Performed by 311

    Courtesy of Volcano Entertainment III, LLC

    Under license from BMG Film & Television Music

    "Aloha Ka Manini"

    Written by Lot Kauwe

    Performed by The Makaha Sons of Ni'ihau

    Courtesy of Poki Records

    Under license from Tropical Music, Inc.

    "Hawaii Five-O"

    Written by Morton Stevens

    "Throw Away the Gun"

    Written by Jason Hershey

    Performed by O-Shen

    Courtesy of Hobo House on the Hill Records / The Mountain Apple Company Hawaii

    "Hold Me Now"

    Written by Alannah Currie, Joseph Leeway and Thomas Bailey

    Produced by Tony Kanal

    Performed by Wayne Wonder

    Courtesy of VP Records/Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "Slave to Love"

    Written by Bryan Ferry

    Produced by Tony Kanal

    Performed by Elan

    Backing Vocals by Gwen Stefani

    Gwen Stefani appears courtesy of Interscope Records

    "My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua Hawaii"

    Written by Johnny Noble, Bill Cogswell and Tommy Harrison

    Performed by Leon Redbone with Ringo Starr

    Courtesy of August Records, Inc.

    "My Sweet Sweet"

    Traditional

    Performed by The Maile Serenaders

    Courtesy of Hula Records

    "Do You Realize??"

    Written by Wayne Coyne, Steven Drozd, Michael Ivins and Dave Fridmann

    Performed by The Flaming Lips

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing

    "Rub a Dub"

    Written by Nick Hexum

    Performed by 311

    Courtesy of Volcano Entertainment III, LLC

    Under license from BMG Film & Television Music

    "Happy Birthday to You"

    Written by Mildred J. Hill and Patty S. Hill

    "Underneath It All"

    Written by Gwen Stefani and Dave Stewart

    Performed by No Doubt

    Courtesy of Interscope Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "I Melt with You"

    Written by Robert James Grey, Stephen James Walker, Michael Frances Conroy, Gary Frances McDowll and Richard Ian Brown

    Produced by Nick Hexum

    Performed by Jason Mraz

    Background vocals by Zack Hexum

    Jason Mraz appears courtesy of Elektra Entertainment Group

    Zack Hexum appears courtesy of What I Have Records

    "Hands Off She's Mine"

    Written by Roger Charlery, Andy Cox, Everett Morton, David Steele and Dave Wakeling

    Performed by English Beat

    Courtesy of London-Sire Records Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Warner Strategic Marketing

    "Lips Like Sugar"

    Written by Ian McCulloch, William Sergeant, Leslie Pattinson and Pete De Freitas

    Produced by Nick Hexum

    Performed by Seal (featuring Mikey Dread)

    Seal appears courtesy of Warner Bros. Records

    "Friday I'm in Love"

    Written by Robert J. Smith, Simon Gallup, Paul S. Thompson, Boris Williams and Perry Bamonte

    Produced by Nick Hexum

    Performed by Dryden Mitchell

    "Your Love (L.O.V.E. Reggae Mix)"

    Written by John Frederick Spinks

    Produced by Wyclef Jean & Jerry "Wonder" Duplessis

    Performed by Wyclef Jean (featuring Eve)

    "Ula's Luau Song"

    Written by Adam Sandler and Rob Schneider

    "Baby"

    Written by Wyclef Jean, Jerry Duplessis and Sheldon Harris

    Performed by Wyclef Jean

    "Forgetful Lucy"

    Adam Sandler

    "Drive"

    Written by Ric Ocasek

    Produced and Performed by Ziggy Marley

    "Every Breath You Take"

    Written by Sting

    Produced and Performed by UB40

    "They Call the Wind Mariah"

    Written by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe

    Performed by Harve Presnell

    "Love Song"

    Written by Robert J. Smith, Laurence Tolhurst, Simon Gallup, Paul S. Thompson, Boris Williams and Roger O'Donnell

    Produced and Performed by 311

    "True"

    Written by Gary Kemp

    Produced by Will i Am

    Performed by Will i Am and Fergie

    Source(s): imdb.com
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