Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 33 songs that can be heard in the comedy movie “Grown Ups”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 33 songs featured in “Grown Ups”:
Come Back - J. Geils Band Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Song can be heard right at the beginning of the movie. The children play basketball.
Devil Woman - Cliff Richard Timestamp:0:07 | Scene: Marcus gets the message that the coach has died.
Raga for a Whale - Kamal Engels Timestamp:0:08 | Scene: In front of the church: The children meet.
I'm a Gangsta - Global Operator ft. Mike West Timestamp:0:09 | Scene: A cell phone rings during the funeral.
Ave Maria - Franz Schubert Timestamp:0:17 | Scene: Rob sings this song at the funeral.
Last Child - Aerosmith Timestamp:0:20 | Scene: The families go to the house at the lake.
A Life of Illusion - Joe Walsh Timestamp:0:26 | Scene: Lenny asks his kids to play outside.
A Night Like This - The Romantics Timestamp:0:28 | Scene: The families eat in a restaurant.
Love Is Alive - Gary Wright Timestamp:0:30 | Scene: Song can be heard in the restaurant.
I Could Be Good for You - 707 Timestamp:0:31 | Scene: Lenny meets Dickie in the restaurant.
When Things Go Wrong - Robin Lane and the Chartbusters Timestamp:0:32 | Scene: In the restaurant. Lenny talks about going to Italy.
Rock and Roll Never Forgets - Bob Seger and The Silver Bullet Band Timestamp:0:37 | Scene: The men are on their way to the island.
Lay It On the Line - Triumph Timestamp:0:40 | Scene: The men are on the island scattering the ashes.
Escape (The Pina Colada Song) - Rupert Holmes Timestamp:0:42 | Scene: Eric is dancing to this song. Rob's daughter appears and the boys stare at her.
Walk All Over You - AC/DC Timestamp:0:46 | Scene: The boys play roulette with arrows.
Time for Me to Fly - REO Speedwagon Timestamp:0:54 | Scene: Roxanne sees her children throwing stones into the lake. She accidentally meets her own child.
Just Can't Wait - J. Geils Band Timestamp:0:56 | Scene: Song can be heard in the water park.
Ready for Love - Bad Company Timestamp:0:58 | Scene: The women are lying by the pool watching an attractive man.
Come and Get Your Love - Redbone Timestamp:0:59 | Scene: Sally dances in a bikini.
Just Got Back - Cheap Trick Timestamp:1:01 | Scene: Slow motion: Everybody slides into the water. All the boys pee in the pool.
Life of Illusion - Joe Walsh Timestamp:1:06 | Scene: Song can be heard after a visit to the water park.
The Party's Over - Journey Timestamp:1:07 | Scene: Marcus and the others are sitting around the campfire.
Sentimental Lady - Bob Welch Timestamp:1:09 | Scene: Marcus loves this song and Gloria thinks that she will be horny from this song. All couples dance to this song.
Monday Morning - Fleetwood Mac Timestamp:1:14 | Scene: The girls are cooking.
Two Tickets To Paradise - Eddie Money Timestamp:1:15 | Scene: Rob tells the others he's thinking about having a baby. Rob chases Marcus because he thinks he's sleeping with his daughter.
I Do - J. Geils Band Timestamp:1:23 | Scene: Everybody hug each other. They have a picnic. The children play in the water.
Every 1's a Winner - Hot Chocolate Timestamp:1:27 | Scene: Song can be heard during the basketball game. The boys play and the women cheer on their men.
Better Things - The Kinks Timestamp:1:33 | Scene: Song can be heard during the fireworks.
American Fun - The Stompers Timestamp:1:34 | Scene: Song can be heard in the credits.
Count On Me - Jefferson Starship Timestamp:1:36 | Scene: Second song in the credits.
Stan the Man - Adam Sandler Timestamp:1:37 | Scene: Third song in the credits.
I Still Want You - The Del Fuegos
Goodnight Tonight - Paul McCartney
What’s the movie about?
In the comedy “Grown Ups” the former friends and sport comrades (Adam Sandler, Kevin James, Chris Rock, Rob Schneider and David Spade) and their wives (Salma Hayek, Maria Bello, Maya Rudolph) as well as children meet at a house by the lake. There they want to pay their last respects to their former basketball coach. The friends want to behave like in their childhood days. They soon realize that growing older doesn’t automatically mean growing up.