Music from The Other Woman

I watched an incredibly touching movie, The Other Woman, with Natalie Portman, Lisa Kudrow, Scott Cohen and Charlie Tahan. It is based on a book I read some years ago, “Love and other impossible pursuits“. It had an amazing soundtrack. I went to purchase it after I finished watching the movie but I couldn’t find it anywhere. I couldn’t even find half the songs. So, I watched the ending credits over and over and over until I got all the information I could for myself and for you. Here are the songs found in the 2009 movie The Other Woman (some are missing…feel free to give me an update if you find more!).

You Are Goodbye - Bird - EP You are goodbye by Holly Conlan

Hometown Glory - 19 Hometown Glory by Adele

Do You Realize?? - Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Do you realize? by Flaming Lips

Jay Weigel No one to love, After you’re gone, Sturm Von Kuststoffe performed by Jay Weigel

Waiting for the Moon to Rise - Fold Your Hands Child You Walk Like a Peasant Waiting for the moon to rise by Belle and Sebastian

Legs Away - Touch Up Legs Away by Mother Mother

Swan Lake, Op.20: No.13d Danse Des Petits Cygnes (Allegro Moderato) - Tchaikovsky: Swan Lake Op. 20 Tchaikovsky NO 13D Danse Des Petits Cygnes (Allegro Moderato) Swan Lake OP 20/Act 2

Hey Justin by The You Know Who

Undertow performed by Love ?43? (not certain) written by Amy Poux

Baila performed by Auntie Climatic or Auntie Cumactic (I couldn’t find this one, sorry)

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15 Responses to “Music from The Other Woman”

  1. Laurice Says:

    Thank you for posting the songs to this wonderful soundtrack. This movie was so touching to me and the songs were a great representation of the feel of the film.

    Thanks again.

  2. Laurice Says:

    Thank you for posting the songs to this wonderful soundtrack. This movie was so touching to me and the songs were a great representation of the feel of the film.

    Thanks again.

  3. Meg Says:

    You are welcome. =) I agree. It really is a beautiful movie and soundtrack. Enjoy!

  4. Carol Says:

    Thank you! I was looking for the soundtrack…the movie was beautifully sad and maybe Natalie’s best performance so far.

  5. Meg Says:

    You are welcome. =) I agree with you on all accounts. Natalie is such a wonderful actress and this movie was one of her best. =)

  6. smita Says:

    thanks for sharing the songs 🙂 n what a wonderful movie!

  7. Meg Says:

    You are so welcome. =)

  8. Jason Says:

    I just finished watching this movie!! I loved it! So touching!

    I love the song by Adele. It’s amazing!

  9. MJ Says:

    Josh Ritter- change of time

  10. Sutmig Says:

    The intro for Hometown Glory is a different song… Anyone know what it is? It may be Adele. I know I have it, just cant place it.

  11. Jennifer Says:

    Thanks so much! I have been trying to figure out what the intro song was (do you realize), thanks!!!

  12. Angel Says:

    Thank you for posting these songs! I just watched this movie and I immediately started to google the songs! So thankful I found your website!

  13. turbold Says:

    hey, do you know whats the song that’s playing in the end of the movie when Natalie goes to the river to sail the boat with her stepson. i couldn’t find that melody 🙁

  14. Melissa Says:

    What song was being played when she was packing and leaving after she told her husband she had smothered the baby? 🙁 Was it the Adele song? Just sounds different to me if it was.

    Thank you for posting the songs! I loved that movie! So heartwarming…. 😉

  15. Rob Knott Says:

    What is name of piano song that plays in the trailer 40 seconds in and goes to 1:20? Thanks.

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