Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 12 songs that can be heard in the movie “Ferdinand”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album but are used in the movie.
All 12 songs featured in “Ferdinand”:
Thunder and Lightning Polka, Op. 324 - Johann Straus II Timestamp:0:02 | Scene: Valiente talks about how he will defeat the matador.
Home (Film Version) - Nick Jonas Timestamp:0:13 | Scene: Montage: Nina and Ferdinand spend time together.
Brick House - The Commodores Timestamp:0:30 | Scene: Lupe sings this song.
Macarena - Los del Río Timestamp:0:34 / 1:01 | Scene: Lupe gives Ferdinand a toy flower. Dos, Cuatro and Una try to steal Ferdinand's things / Ferdinand gives the toy flower away.
Watch Me - Nick Jonas Timestamp:0:57 | Scene: Dance battle: Ferdinand and the other bulls compete against the three horses.
I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho) - Pitbull & Lil Jon Timestamp:1:03 | Scene: Ferdinand lands on El Primero's car in the garage. This wakes up the ranchers. The ranchers open the garage and Una, Dos and Cuatro appear and dance to the song to distract them.
Freedom - Pitbull Timestamp:1:18 | Scene: The ranchers chase Ferdinand and the other bulls through the streets.
Espana Cani - Pascual Marquina Narro and Mariano Marquina Tallada Timestamp:1:25 | Scene: El Primero arrives at the arena.
Home - Nick Jonas Timestamp:1:37 | Scene: Song can be heard in the credits.
Lay Your Head On Me - Juanes Timestamp:1:40 | Scene: 2nd song, which can be heard in the credits.
Messiah, HWV 56, Pt. II Scene 5: Chorus. Hallelujah! - G.F. Handel
Life Is a Highway - Chris LeDoux
What’s the movie about?
Bull Ferdinand is a jovial guy and has no desire to get into the arena against stupid matadors. He’d much rather spend time with his lively goat friend Elvira (Kate McKinnon) and his young human friend Nina, who is always accompanied by her dog Paco (Jerrod Carmichael). Or Ferdinand sniffs flowers and leisurely strolls across his pasture. So the bull leads a happy life on a farm somewhere in Spain. But then the gentle Ferdinand is stung by a bee, which upsets him for a moment and makes everyone think he is a dangerous animal. Without further ado, he is shipped off to Madrid, where he is to take part in a bullfight. How does he get out of this act? Well, with his friends, for example!