Grey's Anatomy Music From "Kung Fu Fighting"

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Below are the Grey's Anatomy music selections featured in this past week's "Kung Fu Fighting," along with links to the lyrics (when available - help us out if you can by leaving a comment) and when each song appeared in the episode.

You can always find this information on the left side of our episode guide, or search our entire comprehensive Grey's Anatomy music directory by episode, artist and song. But here are this week's selections for your convenience ...

At the beginning of the episode, Callie sleeps on the sofa as Cristina talks about Meredith's feelings with her, reading from a psych book.

  • Miss Li, "Don't Try To Fool Me"

George and Helena continue to hold onto the wedding dress as Alex and Callie attempt to pop Jackie's shoulder back into place.

In Need of Assistance
  • Buddy, "Say A Lot"

Meredith talks to Cristina about getting a second chance at life, as Dr. Yang presents an idea to Dr. Hahn regarding the heart surgery.

Helena tells George about her mom's financial difficulties.

Old Friends Again?

    The Chief commends George for not caving under pressure, while Erica begins the heart surgery on Mr. Arnold and Dr. Bailey works on the skydiver.

    As the episode ends, Derek and Mark are surprised at who Dr. Webber brings to their guys' night, Alex tells Lexie what she can expect, Izzie and George attempt a perfect night, and Meredith finds a surprise outside her bedroom door.

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