All that spanking and Greg’s wrecking her lady parts has given Rebecca the feels, and she’s no longer sure if it’s just about sex… or oh, my god: does she like him? (“You’re looking healthy/And by healthy, I mean chunky…”) She even judges Rebecca’s bathroom once she gets there! She’s also really good at motivational speeches, but none quite compare to her musical rendition of a “Face Your Fears” talk. This may be a comical series, but it touches upon serious issues like depression and in its own absurd way, attempts to rid them of their stigmas. “One Indescribable Instant” (Lea Salonga), 28. April 1 2019, 8:00 AM PDT, RELATED STORIES Ciara definitely has the grace and fierce sexuality that shines in this suit and its wild patterns, but Rebecca is in a league of her own. One thing is clear—Rebecca Bunch will suck up and kiss ass until she has them eatin’ outta her hand. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is an American romantic musical comedy-drama television series that premiered on October 12, 2015 on The CW and ran for four seasons, ending on April 5, 2019. In this song she continues to do what she’s been doing all along: looking for validation and love. She’s too busy making sure her good deeds are witnessed by others, Greg in particular. (“Like two percent milk or seitan beef, I almost taste the same!”) As with a lot of Crazy Ex songs, the buoyant music and snappy dancing help to mask the crushing sadness of the lyrics. Here, a dolled-up Rebecca wants to understand the elements of her love triangle with Josh and Greg, but keeps getting adorably confused by all the “man math,” and Rachel Bloom’s over-the-top breathy vocals make it all even funnier. “I’m the Villain in My Own Story” (Season 1, Episode 14). Yes, we believe it could. All 68 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 2 Soundtrack, listed by episode with scene descriptions. Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon. Nathaniel Gets the Message! On a good day, getting ready for a hot date might have you feeling like the protagonist in your very own music video; you’ll flirt with our own reflection, bust out a few sexy moves in a hip-hugging dresses and walk out the door ready to make magic happen. Greg’s farewell lament to Rebecca sheds light on a frustratingly familiar romantic situation: They liked each other a lot, but they knew full well they were just terrible together. Regardez! I guess Christmas songs have to be a bit tacky in terms of melody, but I would have much rather preferred a Sublime approach to this one. 2. A group of teenaged girls urging you to “put yourself first for him” perfectly represents everything that’s wrong with this world. It may not be a proud moment for Rebecca Bunch, but it’s definitely another song for Rachel Bloom and co-writer Adam Schlesinger to celebrate. Hey, if we keep singing, the show can’t really end, right? Up until episode 38, … All 109 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Season 1 Soundtrack, listed by episode with scene descriptions. But at least she didn’t have to face that panicked oh-shit-I’ve-been-caught-out-AGAIN moment all on her own. “Group Hang” (Rachel Bloom, David Hull, Erick Lopez, Devere Rogers, Harvey Guillen), 19. Josh is Irrelevant. 10. “Put Yourself First” (Marisa Davila, Jazz Raycole, Lulu Antariksa), 20. In a statement released to Buzzfeed , the creator of The CW's musical dramedy series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend , Rachel Bloom, revealed she wrote a song for the musical crossover titled "Superfriends". His entire storyline has been top notch: an insecure, middle-aged man who suddenly discovers his true sexuality and decides to out himself to the entire office with a little song and dance, aided by a band of polo-shirt-wearing preppy boys? Here, Rebecca goes the Disney route for a tune where she realizes maybe she’s not the beautiful princess in her love triangle with Josh and Valencia… maybe she’s the cackling witch. But apparently, if you slip into the role of a chain-smoking Parisian, dressed all in black and clad with Jackie Kennedy style sunglasses, you can achieve what Rebecca refers to as the sex-e frainche daypreshion. Either way, this snazzy formation has definitely coined a term that will follow us into the next decade. Ahhh, young love! The dreaded group hang includes salsa, burritos, taquitos, guacamole and pizza, and all the perfect ingredients for a Shakira parody! All Rights Reserved, 39. Back when Greg was still an alcohol-soaked sourpuss — and looked a lot different than he does now — he delivered this Weezer-y anthem for cynical jerks everywhere, boasting about all the great stuff he could do in life if he actually gave two s—ts about anything. (Her audience knows every word!) FUCK YOU!”. They totally oversell the concept of a sunny Christmastime (Christmas without snow is bullshit), only to slowly destroy the joyous, seasonal spirit by making us think about real stuff, like cancer and the consumerist mentality behind the holiday. Sing it out in the comments below. “Settle For Me” (Season 1, Episode 4). The series stars Bloom as Rebecca Bunch, a depressed young woman who decides to follow her ex-boyfriend from New York City to West Covina, California in hopes of finding real happiness. It takes some skill to “give good parent,” but apparently Miss Bunch has it down. Still, the lyrics reflect that biting satire the show has become known for. As May Saunders said in her review of “Josh and I Work on a Case,” “there is only one woman making television who loves The Music Man enough to make a musical number modeled after “Ya got Trouble” and her name is Rachel Bloom.” The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s parody of Robert Preston’s Professor Hill spreading mass hysteria over a pool table is unerring. The title of this song is a bit misleading because as far as I’m concerned, Rebecca wasn’t feeling “kinda naughty” that night; more like “kinda, totally more damaged than usual.” And sure, that may sound a bit harsh; I guess there are many of us who’ve had that kind of girl crush—the one where you can’t really tell if you want to smooch your newfound BFF or if you really just want to take over her identity. Obviously confused by her maternal feelings for Rebecca and her insatiable craving for her own romantic reality show, Paula has finally lost her shit over the Grebecca affair. These 28 "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" Songs Totally Nail The Messiness Of Relationships "Oh my God, I think I like you!" reserved.PMC Entertainment. ), 23. It’s a stunning depiction of the self-hating voice inside all of us, and probably Rachel Bloom’s best vocal performance of the series to boot. ), 7. Though, if you watched the series, you can’t be that surprised. Now, we know the titles of original songs Supergirl and The Flash will sing, as well as who penned them for the crossover. “Oh My God I Think I Like You” (Rachel Bloom), 34. “No One Else Is Singing My Song” (Season 4, Episode 1), Rebecca started out the final season in prison, and sang this mournful ballad about how alone she felt — not knowing that Nathaniel and Josh were feeling the exact same way. Granted, they didn’t help Rebecca all that much, ultimately just confusing the many lies and voices in her head. 20. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Boss on Recasting Greg, Rebecca's New 'Love Quadrangle'. Lily & The Parlour Tricks already set us up for supermarket-romancing with their new single Broken Hearts/Bones earlier this year and, as a result, we’re starting to get into love stories that unfold in the frozen food section. “Settle For Me” is endearing, albeit in sarcastic, in-your-face Greg style. Getting Over Jeff. “California Christmastime” (Full Cast), 30. Sixteen-year-old Rebecca’s love letter to Joshua Felix Chan is sweetly hormonal and just a touch dramatic. “Where’s The Bathroom?” (Tovah Feldshuh), 2. Daryl’s as surprised by the whole bi situation as we are, but he’s dealing with it in a marvelous way, by just rolling with it—cause bi’s legit! The music on this one would slide right into the soundtrack of any Disney cartoon, it has fantastically self-aware lyrics that touch on one of the series’ major themes… and Rachel Bloom’s evil witch voice is just impeccable. And if you look passed the Freudian horses in the video, you’ll believe that too. The genius of this Pointer Sisters-inspired toe-tapper is that it’s both a “yas, queen” girl-power anthem and a parody of those anthems, pointing out the flaws in painting all 3.6 billion men on this planet with the same broad brush. You see, in Greg’s mind, Rebecca experiencing pain or discomfort after sex immediately translates to him being so good at sex “her maiden ship got wrecked.” Greg delivers the song with such pleasure and confidence, I’m sure even Rebecca felt like patting him on the head with a “well done” after his stunning, totally misinformed performance. “His Status is Preferred” is the female equivalent to Hugh Laurie’s “Sophisticated Song.” This song is a shining example of Bloom’s witty, imaginative writing skills and Champlin’s captivating voice and stage presence. 19. We can’t stop giggling every time we think about this supremely goofy Drake-inspired slow jam about… Nathaniel’s love of going to the zoo? These Scarsdale alpha bitches fight it out in a manner that can only be described as intellectual territorial pissing—someone’s going to have to walk out feeling the smartest, even if they both be ‘tripping like birthright.’ The lyrics tackle various socio-political issues with the finesse of a “verbal curb stomper,” so kindly “sheket bevaka the hell up,” kick back and listen to this unforgettable track. But just to be clear: it’s not because Josh lives there, she just needed a change… ’cause to move there for Josh, now that’d be strange, right? 13. Daryl is discovering a whole new world and is open to all types of new experiences, including “Having a Few People Over” and impressing them with a wide selection of fromage and crudités. Did your favorite Crazy Ex song not make our list? And the ballroom dancing’s not bad, either! “We’ll Never Have Problems Again” (Season 2, Episode 10). Oh, poor Rebecca! Wouldn’t it be amazing if everyone understood the gravity of a textmergency? Daryl is sincere and he really does love his daughter (in a normal way). What started out as a parody of Katy Perry’s “I Kissed a Girl,” actually translated into what Perry’s lyrics would have sounded like had they stemmed from an honest place. You guessed it, the JAP Battle, as in a rap battle between two Jewish American Princesses, represents the height of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend musical genius. Anyone with a Jewish mother — or any mother, really — can relate. “Face Your Fears” (Donna Lynne Champlin), 9. “The Math of Love Triangles” “All Signs Point to Josh ... or Is It Josh’s Friend?” season 2, episode … But is that all there is really to having heavy boobs? © 2021 Paste Media Group. And what’s great is, even if you’ve never seen the show, you can enjoy these songs as one-off musical comedy sketches. (“My favorite’s probably the cheetahs/But I ain’t f—king with no zebras.”) Just another hyper-specific, hyper-hysterical Crazy Ex tune that we’ll probably hum every time we go to the zoo from now on. Josh has never been good at expressing himself with words and he seems to have been stuck in a teenaged, skateboarding mindframe for a long time. Daryl’s ode to getting bi was a thing of real beauty. Rebecca’s dizzingly romantic ode to her new hometown — and the guy who just happens to live there — manages to set the tone for the entire series: delightfully clever (the visual gags at the start still make us giggle) and heartbreakingly earnest all at the same time. A nice touch is everyone collectively admitting, in a complete side note, to wanting to find themselves. She appears to have been stung in many a crazy girl rivalry, and has now taken to mistrusting women in general. One of the least comical Crazy Ex songs, but one of the most emotionally resonant, this triumphant showstopper sees Rebecca celebrating the fact that she’s been diagnosed with borderline personality disorder after years of struggling with her mental health. (And singing about it, too.) Unfortunately, the video—scrap that, the dance!—was better than the actual song. This song sums up Greg in a nutshell; in other words, it’s the dog’s bullocks. “I Go to the Zoo” (Season 3, Episode 3). Doesn’t this song just take you back to the days when you still hand wrote saccharine love letters? Plenty of us are routing for team #Grebecca—the two of them together make more sense than Josh and Rebecca ever will. Crazy Ex has had four different theme songs, one for each season (we’re partial to Season 2’s “I’m Just a Girl in Love,” for the record), but this ballad is truly Rebecca Bunch’s theme song. Who knew garlic, pimento and olives could sound so lovely in verse? “I’m So Good at Yoga” (Gabrielle Ruiz), 21. Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & Amazon. This relentlessly peppy dance track is a hilarious examination of the comforting lies young lovers tell themselves about their future — “No more ups and downs/It’s just ups and ups and ups!” — and it also happens to be ridiculously catchy. This song is the drug you need to muster up the energy to clean your house in under two minutes, AKA just before your guests arrive. Miranda Lambert didn't win the first Nashville Star in 2003, but she sure is the first bona fide … “Having a Few People Over” (Pete Gardner), 26. (They are licensed mental health professionals, after all.) But at least she does so with a whole lot of punky attitude: “I’m a good person, get it? Think of it this way: Rebecca (sarcastically) mentions several friends, Paula and Daryl included. Surely not the most attractive quality in a person, but now that we know what Rebecca is all about, we can’t hold it against her at all. “After Everything I Have Done For You” (Donna Lynne Champlin), 18. As Rebecca’s supremely judgy mom Naomi, the Broadway veteran unleashes a whirlwind of passive-aggression while visiting her daughter in this rapid-fire tune, demanding to know where the bathroom is while still dishing out backhanded compliments. The boy band made up of four Joshes was difficult to get through—visually and melodically. He still hasn’t found his way in life and transmits such excited curiosity, it’s hard to take him seriously at times. After yet another colossal slip-up, Rebecca lets it all out in a song of self-indulgent self-loathing, in which she repeatedly beats herself up for being a stupid, stupid, bitch who’s really gone and done it this time. All 6 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 1 episode 1: Josh Just Happens…, with scene descriptions. To Josh, With Love. “Santa Ana Winds” (Season 2, Episode 11). Deeply scathing and cleverly meta all at once, Rebecca harshly chides herself for all of her many mistakes… and not for the first time. Josh Is a Liar. And lyrically, the songs on this list are better than much of … “Dream Ghosts” (Michael Hyatt, Ricky Lake, Amber Riley), 31. Performed to a surprisingly chilling parody of Les Miserables’ “Do You Hear the People Sing,” this song delivers a strong message from our hero. So grab a Rebetzel’s Pretzel and join us as we waltz, tap and Soul Train our way down West Covina’s memory lane and look back on the very best Crazy Ex-Girlfriend songs from all four seasons. We all knew the team behind Crazy Ex-Girlfriend would pull out all stops for the season finale, but we didn’t see Lea Salonga coming. Add in a few grunts and aaarghs for good measure and that’s about as much personality as you’ll ever get from Joshie. The lyrics are sad, but for many of us, they ring (or have rung) so very, very true. They’ve got a great Freddy and Ginger routine going, and connect in a way Rebecca and Josh just… don’t. I caught a little spoiler of this clip before the episode aired and, after seeing Rachel make them bags of yellow fat bounce like nobody’s business, I couldn’t wait to hear what she had to say/rap/sing about the Heavy Boobs issue. The competition between so-called “sisters” can be a cruel sport if you’re into playing that kind of game. Not only is does this express relatable sentiments for the perpetually insecure, it also plays on the fact that many a yoga teacher these days acts like a self-professed guru, if not an object of idolization. Or worse yet—a messagepocalpyse! (“Let’s take one bad thing about one man/And apply it to all of them!”) It’s catchy enough that you could fool us into thinking it actually made the pop charts in the mid-’80s, and the twist ending, when Paula remembers that her sons are also men, is maybe the most brutally funny punchline of the whole series. Or do you? Admit it—you couldn’t get through “Flooded With Justice” without letting a little tear of joyful relief slip down your face. “I Could If I Wanted To” (Santino Fontana), 1. They’re that good! Any list of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’s best songs would be incomplete without it, and while Greg Serrano may have escaped the Cov, this song will never abandon us. Trust me when I say I’ll be blasting “I Give Good Parent” next time I’m off to a soiree with the in-laws. Review: The Top 27 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend' Songs, Ranked The CW's romantic-comedy-drama-fantasy-musical just aired its series finale, after four seasons and 157 original songs… Valencia is the star player in the West Covina’s women-to-envy-competition and although her character is easy to hate, it’s also easy to see where that shallow wall she’s built around herself comes from. Her facial expression in this scene is priceless—it’s the way any proper nineties girl would react to a Motley Crue-looking eighties band these days. It takes some harsh but deserved criticism from Greg to get her to want to do right by others, but her heart isn’t in it at all at first. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Air Concert Special Following Series Finale “I Could if I Wanted To” (Season 1, Episode 16). Yes, Rachel Bloom can rap, too: This hilarious hip-hop showdown between Rebecca and her sworn frenemy Audra Levine — a pair of Jewish-American princesses, you see — is a treasure trove of cutting insults (in Yiddish, of course) and references to tony New York hometowns. She offers Rebecca the nurturing arms she clearly missed from her own mother, and tries her best to pick her up whenever she’s down. (“All agriculture will be diverted/Into making us rosé!”) You’ll never hear the term “squad goals” the same way again… and you better like watching Hocus Pocus. A song for guys and gals everywhere hopelessly stuck in the friend zone, Greg tries to convince Rebecca to forget Josh and give him a shot with an elegant, old-school number complete with tuxedos and gowns. 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Beneath all that obsessing about Josh being out of reach, it’s nice to see that Rebecca’s intelligence still manages to trump her shallow ways, as she makes time to address the bastardization of the Mexican culture. All 6 songs featured in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend season 1 episode 13: Josh And I Go To…, with scene descriptions. He’s not just a piece of meat, he’s filet mignon and that’s what has excited her hungry palate. Stuck in the Bathroom (feat. Kind of. I wish a hairband would show up to sing in my ear whenever I find myself in an embarrassing situation I can’t talk myself out of. Dr. Phil made an appearance, so why not Ricki Lake as a dream ghost? So next time you’re moping about and pulling a Bridget Jones, take a good look around: you definitely, objectively have all the friends. A list of albums and tracks for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend by Miranda Lambert which albums it is on and links to where to find it on Amazon Music, iTunes and Apple Music But it could have been! There’s a great mix of styles among the 39 Crazy Ex-Girlfriend songs, ranging from rap to jazz, to pop and R&B. This is probably the pinnacle of the classic Crazy Ex formula: Start with a spot-on recreation of a classic song genre — the ditzy-girl tune, a la Marilyn Monroe in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes — and add a brilliantly meta twist to it. But it is this gentle and child-like spirit of enquiry, this unconditional and totally NOT creepy love that ultimately saves him from looking/sounding like a dodgy guy. 4. But Valencia relishes in her yoga “fan base” and the fact she can kiss her own hoo-ha, so the song really isn’t all that far-fetched. Josie & The Pussycats, ‘Pretend to Be Nice’ (2001) One of the greatest tragedies of the under-seen … “Dear Joshua Felix Chan” (Rachel Bloom), 37. Trent Is Getting Ready Song (feat. By “The Sexy Getting Ready Song” (Season 1, Episode 1), Right away, in the very first episode, Rachel Bloom let us know what to expect from Crazy Ex with this sultry, silly chronicle of all the plucking and scrubbing women do to get ready for a date. It’s one of the least overtly comical songs in the Crazy Ex songbook, but it packs a huge emotional punch, especially when the whole cast touches hands in a 12-way split-screen. Like it, don’t like it, whatever… not like he cares. Paul Welsh) Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Cast, Paul Welsh • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend: Season 2 (Original Television Soundtrack) 0:29 0:29. It’s hard to imagine any fan of the show hasn’t spent a day with one of the show’s signature numbers stuck in their head. starting to rant before even having stepped foot in the door. It’s not terribly romantic — he just wants to “see what [her] nipples look like,” really — but the admittedly gross lyrics make for a hilarious contrast with the lilting, sensitive-dude guitar. The song totally mirrors Greg’s angst and a prevailing inner conflict. “Clean Up On Aisle Four” (Hunter Stebiel), 35. Most musical comedies would be happy with a note-perfect Spice Girls parody, but Crazy Ex had to take it several steps further: Rebecca’s cheerfully sinister girl-power jam is actually a full-on military manifesto, with her, Heather and Valencia plotting to take over the world. This is a tribute to Rebecca and her “leaky sink of change” it is the drip, drip, drip that only she can fix. ‘Crazy Ex-Girlfriend’: 8 Favorite Songs Rachel Bloom, Jack Dolgen and Adam Schlesinger, the trio responsible for the show’s original songs, … In “What I’ll Be,” Greg shares with us his need to break free from West Covina and his life as a lime slicing, vodka pouring bartender. Nathaniel Needs My Help! We’d already gotten to know the cynical, but secretly hopeful side of him, but this is the first time he really drops his guard since his disastrous date with Becca. I don’t know anyone who can’t relate to “Where’s the Bathroom” in at least one way or another. “A Boy Band Made Up of Four Joshes” (Vincent Rodriguez III), 38. With Crazy Ex taking its final bow with Friday’s series finale (The CW, 8/7c) — no, we’re not anywhere close to being ready to say goodbye yet — we’re honoring four seasons of musical comedy genius by ranking the very best Crazy Ex songs from the entire series. The vintage fashions and dance moves are perfectly on point, and the lyrics are quite persuasive, actually: “The job is inherently crappy/That’s why you’ve never met a lawyer who’s happy!”, 3. Sure, certain dresses and tops tend to look tacky on big-busted women and yes, big boobies can definitely hold a few pencils and maybe even a stapler. If you’ve ever gone through a loner spell during high school, or faced a big transitional period in your life, you may relate to “I Have Friends.” It’s basically the song you sing to yourself when you’re trying to convince yourself you’ve got lots of friends… when in actuality, you don’t. “Women Gotta Stick Together” (Gabrielle Ruiz), 16. Her heart-felt urgings of “don’t wipe front to back” and “swim right after eating” brilliantly reflect Paula’s warped idea of support and hunger for sensation. (The back-up singers are there to help Rebecca get into her shapewear, at least.) Josh's Ex-Girlfriend Is Crazy. She can usually be found covered in paint stains. She’s not really interested in an affair with Calvin. But the show’s original songs — all 150-some of them! With so many different musical elements making up the soundtrack to this show, it’s difficult picking favorites; it all depends on whether you prefer Bloom’s mad rap skills, Champlin’s dazzling Broadway style or Fontana’s take on nineties alt rock. She’s intimidating and like every friendly mother and mothering friend, she’s got chutzpah. “Women Gotta Stick Together” is spot on in its portrayal of the complexity of the female relationship and what constitutes a sisterhood these days. “Remember That We Suffered” (Season 2, Episode 10). “I Love My Daughter (But Not In a Creepy Way)” (Pete Gardner), 23. Another hilarious parody, this time of Fifth Harmony’s “Worth It,” “Put Yourself First” is as funny as it is tragic. The music is Disney-sinister and Rebecca’s running commentary just proves how uncomfortable she is in acknowledging that she has become the wicked witch, when she’s been convincing herself that she’s the hero all this time. “I Have Friends” (Rachel Bloom and Ava Acres), 25. “Let’s Generalize About Men” (Season 3, Episode 1). “First Penis I Saw” (Season 3, Episode 7). “The Villain In My Own Story” (Rachel Bloom), 6. Rebecca realizes that, while her move to California may have been rash and based on the wrong motives, she made a good decision in leaving her former firm in pursuit of happiness. List of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend episodes The fourth and final season of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend premiered on The CW on October 12, 2018 and ran for 18 episodes until April 5, 2019. “Dream Ghosts” has a sweet vibe obviously reminiscent of the Dreamgirls—oh, and because they’re all women, the job doesn’t pay very well. (Hi, Broom Darryl. “The Math of Love Triangles” (Season 2, Episode 3). It almost goes hand in hand with “You Stupid Bitch” in that it’s self-deprecating but, at last, honest. It’s probably Crazy Ex‘s most sweepingly ambitious music video, with plenty of costume changes — our favorite is a tie between “sexy fashion cactus” and “hamster slurping from a water bottle” — but of course, it openly acknowledges how wildly expensive it must be, too. Me too, and that’s exactly why this song rocks hard. She’s not in love with Calvin, she’s in love with his lifestyle. Greg, you had me routing for a settlement from the get-go. No one does this better than a mother on a mission to question everything wrong in her daughter’s life, and no one could have portrayed such ambitious maternal anxiety better than Tovah Feldshush. We’ve been struggling right along with her, so it’s cathartic to see her so full of hope here, and Rachel Bloom’s vocals positively soar. “A Boy Band Made Up of Four Joshes” (Season 1, Episode 3). “Cold Showers” (Rachel Bloom, Pete Gardner, Donna Lynne Champlin), 10. Dave Nemetz / Add or edit the setlist and help improving our statistics! “Textmergency” (Jeff Hiller, Briga Heelan, Ester Dean, Ivan Hernandez), 24. It’s another moment that normalizes all the “crazy” in everyone’s thoughts. 12. Had the song been performed by anyone other than Valencia, it wouldn’t have had the same impact. “What I’ll Be,”, the opening of which is reminiscent of Billy Joel’s “Piano Man,” is Greg’s first solo on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and it helps really bring shape to his character. "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Theme" TV theme songs that describe a show's plot went extinct with scrunchies, which is why this furiously paced 34-second show tune is … Crazy Ex-Girlfriend never veiled mental illness behind jokes and frothy song and dance numbers, and the show was forthright in presenting it as a facet of Rebecca’s character. “Let’s Have Intercourse” (Season 2, Episode 11). This song just says what flowery poems and love songs … Ask questions and download or stream the entire soundtrack on Spotify, YouTube, iTunes, & … And lyrically, the songs on this list are better than much of what can be heard on the radio lately. “I Could If I Wanted To” could have easily turned into an alt radio favorite. Here, a Frankie Valli-style vocalist — bravo, Eric Michael Roy — sings of the fierce winds of change blowing through Rebecca’s life, which bring with them “whimsy and forest fires.” Good luck getting this one out of your head. Her opening will immediately make you flashback to all the times your mother has listed the many things she sacrificed. There’s nothing sexy about depression; according to Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, your bed “smells like a tampon” and all you can do is think about thinking about thinking of fixing all the things you’ve ever done wrong. This is another great tribute to Daryl’s general excitement and his efforts to find his place in the world.

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