Grey's Anatomy Music From Last Night

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Most shows have soundtracks, but Grey's Anatomy's music really sets the tone (literally and otherwise) for the drama and emotion of the Seattle Grace-Mercy West residents.

Last night's episode, "Blink," was no exception.

Here are the selections played on last night's episode. Click to order via iTunes, and for every song ever played on the show, check out our library of Grey's Anatomy music!

  • Florence & The Machine - "Cosmic Love" Florence + The Machine - Lungs - Cosmic Love
  • Correatown - "Play" Correatown - Play - Single - Play
  • Clint Michigan - "Hawthorne To Hennepin" Clint Michigan - Hawthorne to Hennepin - Hawthorne to Hennepin
  • Jack Savoretti - "Breaking News" Jack Savoretti - Harder Than Easy - Breaking News

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does anyone know the song that was playing episode 22 season 7 roughly around the 51 minute mark "you don't believe me when i say that your smile makes my day"

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oops! disreguard last post...wrong date.

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A song is missing. I've listened to all of these and none of them are the one that was playing towards the end while Meridith and McDreamy were in bed getting ready to try and make a baby. Anyone know what that song was?

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Great use of "Cosmic Love"....brilliant song!

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Megan, I think it's the Clint Michigan song. The ABC music lounge had that description.

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There seems to be a missing song from "Blink". I am looking for the song that was playing in the background when Sloan and Lexi were breaking up. It occurred at approximately the 56 minute mark.
Thanks.

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I listen in this episode greAT ALL SONGS.I' m happy

Rix101

i cant belive private practice used sink or swim by tyrone wells!!!

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