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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There's a song not listed here, the very last song before the end credits. Can't find it anywhere. It has the lyrics "i ask the sky, tell me where to go. how will i know to shine again, i've been here before." If someone knows which song this is, please response :)


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One Tree Hill Quotes

Peyton: Imagine a future moment in your life where all your dreams come true. You know, it's the greatest moment of your life and you get to experience it with one person. Who's standing next to you?
Lucas: Umm, Kate Bosworth.
Peyton: Luke, come on, it could be anybody you know. Your mom, Haley...
Skills: Your boy Skills.
Peyton: Who's it gonna be?
Lucas: Brooke.
Peyton: Alright, if that's what you really want, then I have a way for you to get her back.

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.