What is the Song Played In Sicko At The Part Where The Doctor Faces Her Guilt, Feeling she killed a Man?

At the part where Michael Moore admits that there was one person who had a conscience, what's the song being played.

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    Soundtracks for

    Sicko (2007)

    "I'm Alone Without You"

    Written by Tom Morello (as The Nightwatchman)

    Performed by Tom Morello (as The Nightwatchman)

    "Baseball"

    from In the Bedroom (2001)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of GreenStreet Films

    "Loverly Spring"

    from Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures

    "Rejected"

    Written by Danny Winn

    Performed by Danny Winn and the Earthlings

    Courtesy of Earthling Records

    "Star Wars Main Title Theme"

    Written by John Williams (as John T. Williams)

    Performed by John Williams (as John T. Williams)

    Courtesy of Lucasfilm Ltd.

    "Secret Pint"

    Written by Stuart Braithwaite (as Stuart Braithewaite)

    Performed by Mogwai

    Courtesy of Matador Records & PIAS Recordings

    "Adagio for Strings"

    Composed by Samuel Barber

    Performed by Brno Philharmonic Orchestra

    Courtesy of G Schirmer, Inc.

    "I'll Take You There"

    Written by Alvertis Isbell

    Performed by The Staple Singers

    Courtesy of Concord Music Group, Inc.

    "Sabre Dance"

    Composed by Aram Khachaturyan (as Aram Khachaturian)

    Performed by Brno Philharmonic Orchestra

    Courtesy of G Schirmer, Inc.

    "The Bad Beginning"

    from Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures

    "Chez Olaf"

    from Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures

    "(I've Got a) Golden Ticket"

    from Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory (1971)

    Written by Leslie Bricusse and Anthony Newley

    Performed by Jack Albertson and Peter Ostrum

    Courtesy of Warner Brothers Pictures

    "Christmas Eve Montage"

    from The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)

    Written by Danny Elfman

    Courtesy of Buena Vista Pictures Distribution, Inc.

    "Street Fighting Man"

    Written by Mick Jagger and Keith Richards

    Performed by The Rolling Stones

    Courtesy of ABKCO Music and Records, Inc.

    "Lucy"

    from Little Children (2006)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of New Line Productions, Inc.

    "The Baudelaire Orphans"

    from Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of Paramount Pictures and DreamWorks Pictures

    "L'amour est bleu"

    Written by Pierre Cour and André Popp

    Performed by Vicky Leandros and Claude Denjean

    Courtesy of Universal Music GmbH

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Le temps des cerises"

    Performed by Charles Trenet

    Courtesy of Arkadia Entertainment Corp.

    By Arrangement with Source/Q

    "The 59th Street Bridge Song (Feelin' Groovy)"

    Written by Paul Simon

    Performed by Nana Mouskouri

    Courtesy of Mercury Records France

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Una Musica Brutal"

    Written by Philippe Cohen-Solal (as Phillippe Mauric Cohen Solal), Eduardo Makaroff (as Eduardo Anibal Makaraoff) and Christoph H. Müller (as Christoph Hermann Mueller)

    Performed by Gotan Project

    Courtesy of XL Recordings Ltd

    "Je t'aime moi non plus"

    Written by Serge Gainsbourg

    Performed by Serge Gainsbourg and Jane Birkin

    Courtesy of Mercury France

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Beam"

    Written by John Powell

    Performed by Hans Zimmer

    Courtesy of Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation

    "Can't Sleep #2"

    from In the Bedroom (2001)

    Written by Thomas Newman

    Courtesy of GreeneStreet Films

    "I'll See You in C-U-B-A"

    Written by Irving Berlin

    Performed by the Austin Lounge Lizards (as the Austin Lounge Lizzards)

    Courtesy of Austin Lounge Lizzards

    "Ice Skating"

    from Abandon (2002)

    Written by Clint Mansell

    Courtesy of Paramount Pictures

    "Ring"

    from The Astronaut Farmer (2006)

    Performed by Stuart Matthewman (as Suart Matthewman)

    Produced by Stuart Matthewman (as Suart Matthewman)

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Entertainment, Inc.

    "Don't Be Shy"

    Written by Cat Stevens (as Yusuf Islam)

    Performed by Cat Stevens

    Courtesy of Island Records Ltd.

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Ce monde absurde"

    Written by Steve Barri and P.F. Sloan

    Performed by Claude François (as Claude Francois)

    Courtesy of Universal Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

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