Girls5eva season 1-3 soundtrack: The group's best (and cheesiest) songs from each season

They're gonna be famous 3gether 'cause that's one more than together!

GIRLS5EVA. (L to R) Paula Pell as Gloria, Sara Bareilles as Dawn, Thomas Doherty as Gray Holland, Renée Elise Goldsberry as Wickie and Busy Philipps as Summer in Episode 305 of GIRLS5EVA. Cr. Emily V. Aragones/Netflix © 2023
GIRLS5EVA. (L to R) Paula Pell as Gloria, Sara Bareilles as Dawn, Thomas Doherty as Gray Holland, Renée Elise Goldsberry as Wickie and Busy Philipps as Summer in Episode 305 of GIRLS5EVA. Cr. Emily V. Aragones/Netflix © 2023 /
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Thanks to Netflix swooping in to save the critically acclaimed comedy series, Girls5eva has ironically been given a second chance at a comeback. The series, which centers on a '90s girl group forging a path to a present day resurgence in fame, launched its third season on Netflix in March 2024. All three seasons and dozens of original songs are now available to the widest audience possible!

If you're watching Girls5eva for the first time on Netflix, here's what you need to know about the show's original music: Yes, the songs are supposed to be both cheesy and insanely catchy. The series pokes fun at throwback pop music with love by telling the very relatable and human stories about these four women, though admittedly through an absurdist and silly lens.

The group has some interesting songs such as "B.P.E" and "Sweet'N Low Daddy." But even the show's cheesiest earworms like theme song "Famous 5eva" and Wickie's debut solo single "Yesternights" are balanced out by the genuinely touching songs written by Sara Bareilles, like season 1 standout "4 Stars," season 2's staple "Bend Not Break," and the climactic season 3 cut "The Medium Time."

You'll be hard-pressed to not become a full-fledged Girls5eva stan after watching all three seasons and hearing their unforgettable yet funny songs. Beyond the group's songs, each of the members have solo songs, and other musically-inclined characters like Kev and Gray Holland have original songs, too. Below we're sharing the full list of songs from all three season's soundtracks!

Season 1 soundtrack

The first season introduces viewers into the world of Girls5eva, which involves reliving their earliest pop music reminiscent of the bubblegum craze of the mid-to-late '90s. They're described as one-hit-wonders, and with the intentionally corny music from the past, it's clear to see why they weren't able to maintain success. But that doesn't mean they aren't talented and that their music still didn't slap! The season 1 soundtrack features some classic like "Famous 5eva," "Space Boys," and their newest single "4 Stars."

  • "Famous 5eva" by Girls5eva
  • "Dream Girlfriends" by Girls5eva
  • "New York Lonely Boy" by The Milk Carton Kids
  • "Space Boys" by Girls5eva
  • "I'm Afraid (Dawn's Song of Fears)" by Dawn (Sara Bareilles)
  • "The Splingee" by Girls5eva
  • "Boyz Next Door (Puber-Dude)" by Kev (Andrew Rannells)
  • "Line Up" by Lil Stinker and Girls5eva
  • "4 Stars" by Girls5eva

The official Girls5eva season 1 soundtrack is available for streaming and purchase wherever you get your music.

Season 2 soundtrack

The second season gets deeper into the group's past while charting their future as they begin work on a new album. By far, the best new songs from their new album Returnity are the NSFW anthem "B.P.E." (which stands for "Big Pu--y Energy") and the genuinely heartwarming and groovy "Bend Not Break." Of course, the season's soundtrack also includes songs from the band's past as well as other cuts featured throughout the season by Lil Stinker, Kev, and Ingrid Michaelson.

  • "Momentum" by Girls5eva
  • "Who U Know" by Lil Stinker
  • "Thinking About Myself" by Girls5eva
  • "Can't Wait 2 Wait" by Summer and Kev (Busy Philipps and Andew Rannells)
  • "U Ready?" by Girls5eva
  • "Larry's Song" by Dawn and Summer (Sara Bareilles and Busy Philipps)
  • "Summer Brings the Fall" by Kev (Andrew Rannells)
  • "At the Beep" by Girls5eva
  • "New York City Moms" by Ingrid Michaelson
  • "B.P.E." by Girls5eva
  • "Bend Not Break" by Girls5eva

The official Girls5eva season 2 soundtrack is available for streaming and purchase wherever you get your music.

Season 3 soundtrack

The show's newest season opens with the group on tour in Fort Worth, Texas and singing their latest song dedicated to the city, "Tap into Your (Fort) Worth." It's another unserious but actually catchy single from the dependable hitmakers. Guest star Thomas Doherty also has two songs on the season 3 soundtrack as his seemingly Harry Styles-inspired character Gray Holland. But the real showstoppers of the new season are Wickie's solo single "Yesternights" (we've been waiting to hear this song!) and the uplifting Bareilles-penned power ballad "The Medium Time."

  • "Tap into Your (Fort) Worth" by Girls5eva
  • "Inside My Sweater" by Gray Holland (Thomas Doherty)
  • "Daughter Hero" by Wickie Roy (Renée Elise Goldsberry)
  • "Is There a Me?" by Summer (Busy Philipps)
  • "Sweet'N Low Daddy" by Girls5eva
  • "Get It Off Your Chest" by Girls5eva
  • "Home Alone Doorknob" by Wickie Roy (Renée Elise Goldsberry)
  • "Later" by Dawn (Sara Bareilles)
  • "No Strings" by Gloria (Paula Pell)
  • "Welcome to Now" by Gray Holland (Thomas Doherty)
  • "Yesternights" by Wickie Roy (Renée Elise Goldsberry)
  • "The Medium Time" by Girls5eva

The official Girls5eva season 3 soundtrack is available for streaming and purchase beginning Friday, March 15 wherever you get your music.

Watch Girls5eva seasons 1-3 now on Netflix!

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