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The Bed's Too Big Without You
Written by Sting
Performed by Sting and Roger Charlery (as Ranking Roger)
Produced by Hugh Padgham and Sting
Courtesy of Epic Records and A&M Records, Inc.
Well I Lied
Written by Chris Hayes and Kevin Hayes
Performed by The Robert Cray Band
Produced by Robert Cray
Courtesy of Mercury Records
by arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Licensing
Written by John Popper
Performed by Blues Traveler
Produced and Mixed by Steve Thompson and Michael Barbiero
Courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Bad Idea
Written by Ben Folds, Robert Sledge and Darren Jessee (as Darren Jesse)
Performed by Ben Folds Five
Produced by Ben Folds
Ben Folds Five appears courtesy of 550 Records
You Do Something To Me
Written and Performed by Paul Weller
Produced by Brendan Lynch and Paul Weller
Courtesy of Go! Discs/London Records
by arrangement with PolyGram Film & TV Licensing
The World Keeps A Spinning
Written by Jan Kincaid
Performed and Produced by The Brand New Heavies
Courtesy of Delicious Vinyl and London Records
I Can't Imagine
Written by Steve Lindsey, Aaron Neville and Brock Walsh
Performed by Aaron Neville
Produced by Steve Lindsey and Brock Walsh
Aaron Neville appears courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Give It Everything
Written by Al Green and David Steele
Performed by Al Green
Produced by David Steele and Andy Cox
Courtesy of BMG Entertainment International
Angel Mine
Written by Michael Timmins and Margo Timmins
Performed by Cowboy Junkies
Produced by John M. Keane (as John Keane) and Michael Timmins
Courtesy of Geffen Records
For Once In My Life
Written by Ronald Miller and Orlando Murden
Performed by Dionne Farris
Produced by Randy Jackson and Dionne Farris
Dionne Farris appears courtesy of Columbia Records
This Road
Written by Chris Difford and Glenn Tilbrook (as Glen Tilbrook)
Performed by Squeeze
Produced by Glenn Tilbrook (as Glen Tilbrook)
Squeeze appears courtesy of A&M Records, Ltd.
Where Do I Begin
Written by Jill Sobule and Jimmy Rip
Performed and Produced by Jill Sobule
Jill Sobule appears courtesy of Lava Records / Atlantic Records
Written and Performed by Suzanne Vega
Produced by Mitchell Froom
Suzanne Vega appears courtesy of A&M Records, Inc.
Russian Elegy
for Violin
Composed by Patti Weiss

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