song from the movie "the new guy"?

its like, "i wanna be a gangster" its in the beginning kind of. a chick sings it.

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    "Call Me Super Bad"

    Written and Performed by James Brown

    Courtesy of Universal Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Action Figure Party"

    Written by Greg Kurstin

    Performed by Action Figure Party

    Courtesy of The Verve Music Group

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "You Really Got Me"

    Written by Ray Davies

    Produced by Ralph Sall

    Performed by Eve 6

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Entertainment

    "The New You"

    Written by Jesse Hartman

    Performed by Laptop

    Courtesy of Universal-Island Records Ltd.

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Oh Happy Day"

    Arrangement by Edwin Hawkins (as Edwin R. Hawkins)

    "Breakout"

    Written by John Edney, Geoff Turney, Gary P. Dean and Ralph Sall

    Produced by Ralph Sall

    Performed by OPM

    Courtesy of Lava/Atlantic Recording Corporation

    "Dark Side"

    Written by Brendan B. Brown and Ralph Sall

    Produced by Ralph Sall

    Performed by Wheatus

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "The New Guy"

    Written by Mystikal (as Michael Tyler), Ralph Sall and James Brown

    Produced by Ralph Sall

    Performed by Mystikal

    Courtesy of Jive Records

    Contains a sample of "Call Me Super Bad"

    Performed by James Brown

    Courtesy of Universal Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "(Rock) Superstar"

    Written by Louis Freese, Larry Muggerud (as Lawrence Mugerrud) and Senen Reyes

    Performed by Cypress Hill

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Click Click Boom"

    Written by Josey Sappington, Chris D'Abaldo, Wayne Swinney, Dave Novotny, Paul Crosby and Bob Marlette

    Performed by Saliva

    Courtesy of Island Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "Bolero"

    Written by Maurice Ravel

    Performed by Hungarian State Orchestra

    Conducted by Adam Fischer

    Courtesy of LaserLight Digital

    By Arrangement with Source/Q

    "The Good, The Bad and The Ugly"

    Written and Performed by Ennio Morricone

    Courtesy of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Music Inc.

    "In the Air Tonight"

    Written and Performed by Phil Collins

    Courtesy of Atlantic Recording Corp.

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products and Virgin Records Limited

    "Love Machine"

    Written by Warren Moore and William Griffin

    "Also Sprach Zarathustra"

    Written by Richard Strauss

    Arranged by Ralph Sall

    Performed by Interstellar Force

    Courtesy of Bulletproof Recording Company, Inc.

    "Dammit, I Changed Again"

    Written by Dexter Holland (as Bryan Holland)

    Performed by The Offspring

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Keep the Party Goin'"

    Written by Juvenile (as Terius Gray) and Ralph Sall

    Produced by Ralph Sall and Juvenile

    Performed by Juvenile

    Courtesy of Cash Money Records, Inc. and Universal Records, a division of UMG Recordings, Inc.

    "Bounce"

    Written by Shay Martin, Dietric Williams and Oji Pierce

    Performed by Glo & Eklips

    Courtesy of Adwin Productions

    "She's a Bad Mama Jama (She's Built, She's Stacked)"

    Written by Leon Haywood

    Performed by Carl Carlton

    Courtesy of The Island Def Jam Music Group

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "So Dizzy"

    Written by Tommy Roe and Freddy Weller

    Produced by Ralph Sall

    Performed by Rehab

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    Contains a sample of "Dizzy"

    Performed by Tommy Roe

    Courtesy of MCA Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "El Capitan"

    Written by John Philip Sousa

    "Hi-Lo"

    Written by Christopher Stewart, Jeffrey Thompkins and Carlos Neivsome

    Performed by J.T. Money

    Courtesy of Freeworld/Priority Records, LLC

    "Battle Hymn Of The Republic"

    Arranged by John Rutter

    Performed by St. John's Cathedral Choirs and Festival Orchestra

    Conducted by Donald Pearson

    Courtesy of Delos International, Inc.

    By Arrangement with Source/Q

    "So Fresh, So Clean"

    Written by André Benjamin, Big Boi (as Antwan Patton), Sleepy Brown (as Patrick Brown),

    Rico Wade and Raymon Murray

    Performed by Outkast

    Courtesy of LaFace Records/Arista Records, Inc.

    "Uh-Huh"

    Written by Christopher Stewart, Tab Nkhereanye, Traci Hale, Malik Crawford, J-Boog (as Jarell Houston) and Lil' Fizz (as Dreux Frederic)

    Performed by B2K

    Courtesy of Epic Records

    By Arrangement with Sony Music Licensing

    "Mr. Big Stuff"

    Written by Joseph Broussard, Ralph Williams and Carrol Washington

    "Heart in Hand"

    Written by Matthew Scannell

    Performed by Vertical Horizon

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Entertainment

    "Let It Whip"

    Written by Reggie Andrews and Ndugu Chancler

    Performed by SR-71

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Entertainment

    "Lookin' For Love"

    Written by Bob Morrison, Patti Ryan and Wanda Mallette

    Performed by Johnny Lee

    Courtesy of Warner Bros. Records Inc.

    By Arrangement with Warner Special Products

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  • Anonymous
    4 years ago

    This is a good question, and one that has been the source of confusion for me for quite a while.

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