Note:Below is a complete playlist of all 33 songs that can be heard in the movie “Me and Earl and The Dying Girl”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.
All 33 songs featured in “Me and Earl and The Dying Girl”:
Jubilate, o amoeni chori, RV 639 – Aradia Ensemble and Chorus, conducted by Kevin Mallon Timestamp:0:01 | Scene: Greg is telling us his story.
Scene d’Amour – Bernard Herrmann Timestamp:0:10 | Scene: You can hear the song on the TV. Greg is forced by his mother to hang out with Rachel.
Golden Hours – Brian Eno Timestamp:0:10 | Scene: Greg's visiting Rachel. He is greeted by her mother with a hug.
Dead Finks Don’t Talk – Brian Eno Timestamp:0:10 | Scene: Rachel wants to hang out with Greg now, too. They talk about her books and her posters.
My Name is Nobody - Main Title – Ennio Morricone Timestamp:0:16 / 0:23 | Scene: Greg gets a text message from Earl / Greg meets with Rachel's friends in a cafe.
Burning Airlines Give You So Much More – Brian Eno Timestamp:0:21 | Scene: Greg is in Rachel's room for the second time after talking about her illness...
On Some Faraway Beach – Brian Eno Timestamp:0:23 / 1:20 | Scene: Song is heard as the two proceed to die / Maddison asks Greg if he's going to the prom with her. He wants to.
Street Hassle – Lou Reed Timestamp:0:24 | Scene: Chapter 2: Greg and Rachel become friends. Greg and Earl have dinner at Rachel's.
NY’s Alright – The Gotobeds Timestamp:0:26 | Scene: Song can be heard in the movie/music shop in the background. Greg and Rachel go on their first "Date".
Mass in B minor, BWV 232 – Cologne Chamber Orchestra and Dresden Timestamp:0:31 | Scene: Song can be heard in the background of the mathematics lesson at school. Greg sees teddy bears. He is under drugs.
Main Title – Ennio Morricone Timestamp:0:32 | Scene: Earl and Greg are leaving school under the influence of drugs.
Trouble – Cat Stevens Timestamp:0:33 | Scene: Song can be heard in the background of Rachel's house. Her mother opens the door for Greg and Earl.
In Dreams – Roy Orbison Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Earl is showing Rachel the movie he made with Greg.
Ho Renomo – Brian Eno, Cluster Timestamp:0:38 | Scene: Rachel is leaving Greg's house. He talks about how she can overcome her illness and how she will survive.
Kartoffeltornado – Lythion Music Timestamp:0:39 | Scene: Greg realizes he got high on Philip's cookies. Greg is threatened at school by Phil and Scott Mayhew.
Zawinul/Lava – Brian Eno Timestamp:0:40 | Scene: Greg visits Rachel, who started her treatment. He doesn't know what to tell her.
Ride of the Valkyries – Richard Wagner Timestamp:0:43 | Scene: Greg is making origamis for the movie with Earl.
Love Sonnet – Hevy Floe Timestamp:0:43 | Scene: Maddison suggests making a movie for Rachel. Song can be heard briefly in the car.
Music for the Funeral of Queen Mary, Z. 860i Timestamp:0:45 | Scene: Song can be heard in the hospital. Greg visits Rachel.
I’ll Come Running – Brian Eno Timestamp:0:49 | Scene: Greg and Rachel continue their relationship condemned to "failure".
Theme From 'The Conversation' - David Shire, David Shire Timestamp:0:52 / 0:55 | Scene: Greg and Earl want to collect inspiration for their film in the music film shop. / Greg and Earl interview Rachel's mother and other people at school.
Everybody’s Talkin’ – Harry Nilsson Timestamp:0:56 | Scene: Greg and Rachel are watching a movie.
Minuetto ‘Jeux D’enfance – Ezio Bosso Timestamp:0:59 | Scene: Greg is working on the movie for Rachel. A montage of the two can be seen.
Here Come The Warm Jets – Brian Eno Timestamp:1:01 | Scene: Greg and Rachel are talking about going to the prom together.
Burn The Cat – James featuring Brian Eno Timestamp:1:07 | Scene: Greg and Rachel have their first fight.
Barcarolle Fantasy – Jacques Offenbach Timestamp:1:13 | Scene: Greg is in McCarthy's office for lunch. Song can be heard in the background.
Trinite et Finale – Jean Constantin Timestamp:1:13 | Scene: Greg and his mother are fighting. She wants him to visit Rachel in the hospital.
LSD – Landon Thomas Timestamp:1:22 | Scene: Song can be heard in the limousine. Greg is on his way to the hospital to pick up Rachel.
Dance With Me – Ra Ra Riot Timestamp:1:22 | Scene: Song can be heard in the limousine. Greg is on his way to the hospital to pick up Rachel.
The Big Ship – Brian Eno Timestamp:1:25 | Scene: Greg and Rachel are watching his movie. She dies.
Always Returning – Brian Eno Timestamp:1:30 | Scene: Song can be heard at Rachel's funeral.
Remember Me As A Time Of Day – Explosions in the Sky Timestamp:1:35 | Scene: Greg visits Rachel's room one last time. He finds a letter addressed to the University of Pittsburgh.
Generique et Car de Police – Jean Constantin
What’s the movie about?
Seventeen-year-old Greg (Thomas Mann) and his best friend Earl (RJ Cyler) love to make short films about their favourite films. Greg is annoyed by any kind of sociability, but when his mother (Connie Britton) urges him to visit his classmate Rachel (Olivia Cooke), who has recently been diagnosed with leukemia, he has to submit to this circumstance. At first, Rachel assumes that Greg only looks to her out of compassion and Greg doesn’t find Rachel particularly interesting either. But with time they get closer and a slowly growing friendship develops…