What was the last song in the movie 500 days of summer?

The song that is playing at the very end of the movie...what song was it?

Update:

I think it's She's Got You High.... right?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    I haven't seen the movie, so I don't know but here is the soundtrack for the movie, and they have the movie, you think it is, right about the end, or the last one.

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    "US"

    Written and Performed by Regina Spektor

    Courtesy of Sire Records

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "THE BOY WITH THE ARAB STRAP"

    Written by Sarah Martin, Stuart Murdoch, Richard Colburn, Michael Cooke,

    Christopher Geddes, Stephen Jackson and Isobel Campbell

    "THERE IS A LIGHT THAT NEVER GOES OUT"

    Written by Johnny Marr and Steven Morrissey

    Performed by The Smiths

    Courtesy of Warner Music U.K. Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "BAD KIDS"

    Written by Cole Alexander, Ian Brown, Jared Swilley and Joseph Bradley

    Performed by Black Lips

    Courtesy of Vice Records

    By Arrangement with Zync Music Inc.

    "SHE'S LIKE THE WIND"

    Written by Patrick Swayze and Stacy Widelitz

    Performed by Patrick Swayze Featuring Wendy Fraser

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label

    By Arrangement with SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    "PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, LET ME GET WHAT I WANT"

    Written by Steven Morrissey and Johnny Marr

    Performed by The Smiths

    Courtesy of Warner Music U.K. Ltd.

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "EVERY ROSE HAS ITS THORN"

    Written by Bobby Dall, C.C. Deville, Bret Michaels and Rikki Rockett

    Sung by Geoffrey Arend (uncredited)

    Courtesy of Turn Up The Music, Inc.

    Under license from Downtown Music LLC

    "SUGAR TOWN"

    Written by Lee Hazlewood

    Sung by Zooey Deschanel (uncredited)

    Courtesy of Stingray Music

    "HERE COMES YOUR MAN"

    Written by Charles Thompson

    Courtesy of Stingray Music

    "GOD BLESS THE U.S.A."

    Written by Lee Greenwood

    Courtesy of Turn Up The Music, Inc.

    Under license from Downtown Music LLC

    "HAVE I BEEN A FOOL?"

    Written and Performed by Jack Peñate

    Courtesy of XL Recordings Ltd.

    "THERE GOES THE FEAR"

    Written by James Goodwin, Andrew Williams and Jeremy Williams

    Performed by Doves

    Courtesy of EMI Records Ltd./Capitol Records

    Under license from EMI Film & Television Music

    "YOU MAKE MY DREAMS"

    Written by Sara Allen, Daryl Hall and John Oates

    Performed by Daryl Hall and John Oates

    Courtesy of The RCA Records Label

    By Arrangement with SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    "KNIGHT RIDER (MAIN TITLE)"

    Written by Glen Larson and Stuart Phillips

    "SWEET DISPOSITION"

    Written by L. Sillitto and A. Mandagi

    Performed by The Temper Trap

    Courtesy of Liberation Music

    "QUELQU'UN M'A DIT"

    Written and Performed by Carla Bruni

    Courtesy of Sheridan Square Entertainment

    "VENI VIDI VICI"

    Written by Cole Alexander, Ian Brown, Jared Swilley and Joseph Bradley

    Performed by Black Lips

    Courtesy of Vice Records

    By Arrangement with Zync Music Inc.

    "THE MUSIC"

    Written by Chad Howat, JT Daly and Andrew Smith

    Performed by Paper Route

    Courtesy of Universal Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "TRAIN IN VAIN (Stand By Me)"

    Written by Topper Headon, Mick Jones, Paul Simonon and Joe Strummer

    Courtesy of Stingray Music

    "MUSHABOOM"

    Written by Leslie Feist

    Performed by Feist

    Courtesy of Universal International Music, B.V.

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "AT LAST"

    Music by Harry Warren

    Lyrics by Mack Gordon

    Performed by Kevin Michael

    Kevin Michael performs courtesy of Downtown Records/Atlantic Recording Corp.

    "HERO"

    Written and Performed by Regina Spektor

    Courtesy of Sire Records

    By Arrangement with Warner Music Group Film & TV Licensing

    "THE INFINITE PET"

    Written by Britt Daniel

    Performed by Spoon

    Courtesy of Merge Records

    By Arrangement with Bank Robber Music

    "BOOKENDS"

    Written by Paul Simon

    Performed by Simon & Garfunkel

    Courtesy of Columbia Records

    By Arrangement with SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

    "VAGABOND"

    Written by Myles Heskett, Chris Ross and Andrew Stockdale

    Performed by Wolfmother

    Courtesy of Interscope Records

    Under license from Universal Music Enterprises

    "SHE'S GOT YOU HIGH"

    Written by James "Tate" Arguile, Niall Buckler, Oli Frost, Gareth Jennings and James "Noo" New

    Performed by Mumm-Ra

    Courtesy of SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT (UK) LIMITED

    By Arrangement with SONY BMG MUSIC ENTERTAINMENT

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  • dierks
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    4 years ago

    I loved the action picture. It honestly wasn't the final even though if it wasn't terrible the two. I enjoyed the music that they had, it form of gave the action picture an entire indie vibe. the only issue that aggravated me became into Autumn; I loved the thought that he met a clean lady however. i assume I in simple terms did no longer like the actress for some reason. What you could remember is the narration in the beginning up of the action picture: this would nicely be a narrative of boy meets lady. The boy, Tom Hansen of Margate, New Jersey, grew up believing that he'd in no way incredibly be happy until the day he met the single. This thought stemmed from early exposure to unhappy British pop music and an entire mis-interpreting of the action picture 'The Graduate'. the lady, summer season Finn of Shinnecock, Michigan, did no longer proportion this thought. because of the fact the disintegration of her confirm's marriage she'd purely love 2 issues. the 1st became into her long dark hair. the 2d became into how certainly she ought to shrink it off and not experience a issue. Tom meets summer season on January eighth. He is familiar with in simple terms approximately at present she is who he has been searching for. this would nicely be a narrative of boy meets lady, yet you could understand in develop, that may no longer a love tale. It rather tells you that they are no longer going to finally end up jointly. It additionally supplies clues to summer season's character. "the 1st became into her long dark hair. the 2d became into how certainly she ought to shrink it off and not experience a issue." i'm unsure yet possibly she became into in simple terms emotionally indifferent..

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