Your Place or Mine soundtrack: All of the songs in the romantic comedy
Reese Witherspoon and Ashton Kutcher are back in the new Netflix original romantic comedy film Your Place or Mine, and that’s surely music to the ears of rom-com fans. It’s the first team-up for the genre vets, who have been making headlines with their friendship.
In Your Place or Mine, Witherspoon plays Debbie, a single mother looking to complete a career-advancing course in New York City. She swaps homes with Peter (Kutcher), her best friend of 20 years, as he holds down her fort in Los Angeles with her young son.
Obviously, Debbie and Peter’s time walking a mile in each other’s shoes will give them a new perspective on their lives and on each other. Just like with every romantic comedy, you can’t help but root for Debbie and Peter to get everything they want.
But everything the viewers of Your Place or Mine will want is the list of catchy songs featured in the movie. Without further ado, here’s the full lineup of music you have to add to your playlist right now!
Your Place or Mine soundtrack
Throughout the movie, you will notice many songs by the classic rock band The Cars. Kutcher’s character Peter has an emotional attachment to the band’s music because it was his father’s favorite band. There are a whopping 10 songs by The Cars played in the movie!
Check out all of the songs heard in the movie:
- “The Sweet Escape” by Gwen Stefani feat. Akon
- “Let’s Go” by The Cars
- “Bye Bye Love” by The Cars
- “Good Times Roll” by The Cars
- “Magic” by The Cars
- “Safe Travels” by Steve Zahn
- “Shake It Up” by The Cars
- “Just What I Needed” by The Cars
- “Right Time” by The Minitel
- “Liz” by Remi Wolf
- “Sick!” by Anna Shoemaker
- “Feel the Way I Want” by Caroline Rose
- “Nothing Else I Could Do” by ella jane
- “Remind Me” by Emily King
- “Heartbeat City” by The Cars
- “Back Pocket” by Vulfpeck
- “Light On” by Maggie Rogers
- “Debbie” by Your Smith
- “Roof Time” by Steve Zahn
- “Drive” by The Cars
- “You’re All I’ve Got Tonight” by The Cars
- “Animal Spirits” by Vulfpeck
- “You Might Think” by The Cars
- “Embers” by Tiny Habits
What year was The Sweet Escape by Gwen Stefani released?
Your Place or Mine opens with a flashback to 2003, when Debbie and Peter first hooked up then became friends. The opening scene features the song “The Sweet Escape” by Gwen Stefani featuring Akon, but the song wasn’t released in the year it’s representing.
Stefani released “The Sweet Escape” in December 2006, when the album of the same name was released, too. It’s not a huge hiccup, but for pop music fans with a good ear, you’ll realize that Stefani hadn’t released the hit song just yet. In fact, the former No Doubt frontwoman hadn’t released any solo music until 2004.
What’s your favorite song from the Your Place or Mine soundtrack? Share your pick in the comments!