All 14 Songs from The Proposal Soundtrack
The Proposal was actually really funny. And the music was damn good too. Here’s the complete list of songs from the movie with notes on the scenes they were in. Seeing Sandra Bullock throwing down to Get Low by Lil John while belting the song at the top of her lungs was hilarious.
Get Low was only outdone by Bullock and Reynold’s version of Rob Base’s It Takes Two. The high notes hurt just a little, but it was good stuff.
Of course, there was also the interpretive stylings of the waiter/dancer/shopkeeper/minister who took on Relax by Frankie Goes to Hollywood and U Can’t Touch This by MC Hammer.
You get the idea. This is not The Hangover funny, but it was a heck of a lot better than I thought it would be – even laugh out loud funny at times.
They did not release a soundtrack album for The Proposal, but here is the complete list of songs from the movie, in the order they appeared and with notes on the scenes they were in. The downloads for the songs are linked below. You can also find them at Reelsoundtrack.com. Enjoy.
- Opening song – Find My Way by The Gabe Dixon Band
- First song at house party – I’ve Got You Under My Skin by Michael Buble
- Hors d’ oeuvres – Coolin’ by Alex Wilson and Paul Booth
- Telling proposal story – So Danco Samba by Luiz Bonfa
- Stripper guy dancing at bar – Relax by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
- Second song playing with dancer guy at bar – U Cant Touch This by MC Hammer
- Chopping wood, head phones – Cult Of Personality by Living Colour
- Bullock singing in the shower – Relax by Frankie Goes to Hollywood
- In bed telling personal stories and singing – It Takes Two by James Brown and Robin Ginyard
- Listening to headphones in towel – Freedom by Beautiful Creatures [thx Hyde for the update]
- Gammy dancing around fire – Woosh Xhant Wuda.aat by Ed Littlefield
- Sandra Bullock dancing around fire – Get Low by Lil Jon
- Unkown scene – Love Me Tenderly by Johnny Lidell
- Wedding – Canon In D by Johann Pachelbel
- End credits – It Takes Two by Rob Base and DJ EZ Rock
- Original music – Original Music for The Proposal by Aaron Zigman