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The Parent Trap soundtrack

The Parent Trap (1998)
Product detail
Format: CD
UPC: 72061621672
Label: Hollywood
Label number: 62167
Running time: 54m09s
Shipping date: July 28th, 1998
Product availability
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Album Tracklist
1.  L-O-V-E - Nat King Cole [2:32]
2.  Do You Believe In Magic - The Lovin' Spoonful [2:06]
3.  There She Goes - The La's [2:43]
4.  Top Of The World - Shonen Knife [3:57]
5.  Here Comes The Sun - Bob Khaleel [3:08]
...see complete tracklist
Music from the movie not on this soundtrack CD
How Bizarre - OMC

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Soundtrack Q & A
Q: What is the name of the instrumental song at the end when the parents get back together again?? I can't seem to find the title. (from kat in hawaii)
A: It's probably in track #11, the suite of instrumental music from the film. (thanks to OSTfan, Burlingameadd more info

Q: I can't seem to find the name of the song that plays on the theatrical trailer on the DVD. Do you know it?
...from javier in Monterrey, Mexico (answer javier's question)

Q: What song is playing when the mother and the British daughter go back home?? (from BroadwayBound in New York City,New York)
A: If you mean the part where Lindsay Lohan's looking out of the taxi window, then the song is "There She Goes" by The La's. Sixpence Non The Richer also do a great version of the song. (thanks to Soph, Englandadd more info

Q: What's the music playing when Hallie and her friends realize the beds are on the roof of the cabin? It's something British i think. (from andrea in Mexico)
A: The song is "Rule Britannia" - it's a very well known British patriotic song. (thanks to Ashleigh, Vic, Australiaadd more info

Q: What is the song playing just before the drunk mom, Haley and the butler get out of the car at the hotel? It's a big band song. (from Sam in New York)
A: "In the Mood" originally by Glenn Miller (thanks to javier, Monterrey, Mexicoadd more info

Q: What is the song playing at the beginning of the end credits? It starts with "...Every time we say goodbye..." (from Baby's guy in Hanford,Ca. USA)
A: "Everytime We Say Goodbye" by Rod Stewart. (thanks to Germs, Singaporeadd more info
A: Actually the version in the film is by Ray Charles and Betty Carter. (thanks to d, ukadd more info

Q: In the scene where Hallie runs from her mom's house to call the states after seeing the 911 message there's an instrumental music that plays shortly. Any idea about the title and the composer? Thanks.
...from Basso in France (answer Basso's question)

Q: What song is playing at the end of the movie when they say goodbye for the last time and it's raining out before they reunite at the house??? (from Kira in Seattle,WA)
A: "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye" by Ray Charles and Ella Fitzgerald (thanks to Keke, USadd more info

Q: What is the song playing in the part where Hallie is about to go into the house in England?
...from kikiki5 in miami, fl (answer kikiki5's question)

Q: What's the song playing when the evil girlfriend sits on the dad's lap and began seducing him in the patio? This scene is right after the dad tells his daughter about getting engaged to his girlfriend.
...from jane in chicago, il (answer jane's question)

Q: Is the song "Everytime We say Goodbye" on the 98 version of this movie soundtrack and if so who sings that song?
...from ron rocio in beaumont,tx (answer ron rocio's question)

Q: Who actually performs the song "In the Mood" in the movie? It sounds a bit different and clearer than Glenn Miller's version. (from rubytuesday in London)
A: The Brian Setzer Orchestra (thanks to Booboo, Canadaadd more info

Q: What is the instrumental piece playing when the butler (Martin and Ally) do their hello greeting at the camp and again when he picks her up from the airport in London?
...from Reebs in Louisiana (answer Reebs's question)

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