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The Devil's Own soundtrack

The Devil's Own (1997)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 01699812042
Label: Beyond
Label number: TBCD 1204
Running time: 46m37s
Shipping date: April 1st, 1997
Original score by James Horner
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1. Main Title [4:36]
2.  God Be With You - Dolores O'Riordan [3:34]
3. Ambush [2:30]
4. The Irish Republican Navy [1:20]
5. The New World [4:32]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
(Somebody) Loan Me a Dime - Boz Scaggs
All 4 Love - Color Me Badd
Elvis Waits - Nan Vernon
Gonna Fly Now - Bill Conti
Hay Que Poner El Alma - Victor Manuelle
Rock the Boat - The Hues Corporation
The War is Over - Melissa Etheridge
Trouble Brother - Robert Bradley's Blackwater Surprise
Unchained Melody - The Righteous Brothers

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: Who is the artist for the song "Going Home"? (from tance in darby, montana)
A: James Horner wrote the song. It's instrumental. (thanks to OSTfan, Burlingameadd more info
A: Sara Clancy sings the song "THERE ARE FLOWERS GROWING UPON THE HILL" in English in the last cut "Going Home". The same song is sung in Gaelic in the cut "Main Title". Words, Will Jennings. Music, James Horner. (thanks to Melinda, Oregonadd more info

Q: Which track is playing in the last scene of the movie? The lyrics are something like "...take my sword, I don't need it anymore. Find my wings..."  (from Homernoodle in Australia)
A: "The War is Over" by Melissa Etheridge (thanks to OSTfan, Burlingameadd more info

Q: I'm looking for an Irish song in this film, but I don't know the name. It is the song when there is a party in the house of Harrison Ford. (from ivan in queretaro, Qro. Mexico)
A: The song is called "Sliabh Na Mban." You can find it in the album "UILLEANN Pipes Of Ireland" by Jean-Yves La Pape. The bit you want is about 15 seconds into the song but it is in pipes rather than in violin. You can listen to a sample of it here (thanks to Hab, UKadd more info

Q: What is the name of the instrumental song heard at the beginning of the movie? Please tell me the name of this song. (from jal in Asia)
A: "The Irish Republican Navy" by James Horner (thanks to Hab, UKadd more info

Q: I'm looking for a nice blues song heard in this film, but I don't know the name? (from Mirobal in Chicago)
A: "Loam Me a Dime" by Boz Scaggs (thanks to kopthat, brisbaneadd more info

Q: What's the song playing when Brad Pitt's character is dancing with Megan? It sounds like an old blues (maybe jazz) song.
...from bluesfan in chicago (answer bluesfan's question)

Q: I am looking for the Gaelic Lyrics to the main title song by Sara Clancy. (from Timothy in Fayetteville Arkansas US)
A: The song is called "There Are Flowers Growing Upon the Hill" sung in Gaelic & English by Sara Clancy Lyrics by Will Jennings
There are flowers growing up on the hill
Like they always have before.
Will you stay here with me, or go and kill
On a foreign lonely shore?

Put away your anger, your sword, your steed,
And away your hatred bear.
Will you leave the sun and its shining heat
For to seek the darkness there?

But you love your anger, your sword, your steed,
And all that's gone before.
Now the ways of peace are again betrayed:
Away, fine lad, once more.

On his horse he rode.
Distant truths are untold
'Til the cold steel through his heart
Did strike the mortal blow.

There are flowers growing up on the hill
Like they always have before.
And now you slumber and all is still,
And your sword will ne'er strike more.

And your sword will ne'er strike more. 
(thanks to Melinda, Oregonadd more info

Q: What song is the daughter, Morgan, listening to her on her headphones when Harrison Ford introduces her to Brad Pitt?
...from Greg in Delray Beach, FL (answer Greg's question)

Q: Does anyone know the name of the traditionally Irish/Gaelic song playing when (I think) Brad's sailing from Ireland to America (could be wrong though)? If I recall, it's near the start of the film, and had a line in it where the lady in it was aggrieved because somebody had "....killed my father". Sorry I can't really remember any useful details at all, but I've always wanted to know what this song is. Thanks.
...from Dave in Weymouth, Dorset (answer Dave's question)

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