One Tree Hill Music: "What's In The Ground Belongs To You"

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Before we look ahead to next week's One Tree Hill season finale (and worry about it being the show's series finale), let's take a look back at last night's episode.

Titled "What's In The Ground Belongs To You," it focused on a deranged Katie and a depressed Haley, among other developments.

As always, it also featured some great One Tree Hill music. We've collected a bunch of the singles below and made it easy for readers to purchase them off iTunes:

  • The Music Dept - "Already Fell" The Music Dept. - Already Fell - Single - Already Fell
  • Willie Nelson - "Angel Flying Too Close To The Ground" Willie Nelson - The Essential Willie Nelson - Angel Flying Too Close to the Ground
  • Wakey!Wakey! - "Brooklyn" Wakey!Wakey! - War Sweater EP - Brooklyn
  • Shannon LaBrie - "Calls Me Home" Shannon LaBrie - Calls Me Home - Single - Calls Me Home
  • Susie Suh - "In the Moonlight" Susie Suh - In the Moonlight - Single - In the Moonlight
  • The Little Heroes - "On Your Way" The Little Heroes - Thank You - On Your Way

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One Tree Hill Quotes

Lucas: I need you to trust me and believe me when I tell you that my heart is with you. Part of me feels like ever since we got back together you've been waiting, waiting to push me away.
Brooke: Oh great, so you kiss Peyton, again, and I'm pushing you away!?
Lucas: I love you Brooke, I don't know how else to say it.
Brooke: How about how you show it? I'm not pushing you away Lucas. I am holding on for dear life, but I need you to need me back. Okay, why wouldn't you tell me about the kiss and why didn't you call me while you were away and why won't you ever just let me all the way in? We have to go give our toasts now, about love.

Happiness is not a destination. It is a mood, it is not permanent. It comes and goes and if people thought that way then maybe people would find happiness more often.

Julian