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Soundtrack Credits 

By Rhett Miller
Performed by Old 97's (as Old 97s)
Courtesy Elektra Entertainment Group
Another Perfect Catastrophe
Written and Performed by (Tod A.) Firewater
Firewater appears through the saintlike benevolence of Jetset Records
Moon Over Montana
Written by Jimmy Wakely and Oliver Drake
Performed by Jimmy Wakely
Courtesy of Capitol Nashville
Everybody's Talkin'
Written by Fred Neil
Performed by Tonic
Courtesy of Polydor Records
Sea Of Heartbreak
Written by Paul Hampton and Hal David
Performed by Don Gibson
Courtesy RCA Records
1229 Sheffield
Written by Brian Vander Ark
Performed by The Verve Pipe
Courtesy RCA Records
Almost New
Written by Tonio K. and John Keller
Performed by Sara Evans
Courtesy RCA Records
Teach Me About Love
Written by Walter Hyatt
Performed by Lyle Lovett
Courtesy MCA Records/Curb Music
Let Your Love Flow
Written by Larry Williams (as Larry E. Williams)
Performed by Sister Hazel
Courtesy of Universal Records
Stop The Clock
Written by T Bone Burnett and Tonio K.
Performed by Tonio K.
Courtesy of A&M Records
Moody River
Written by Gary Bruce
Performed by Pat Boone
Courtesy PB Enterprises/Heaven Productions
Clay Pigeons (The Ballad Of Lester Long)
Written by Mike Garrigan
Performed by Collapsis
Courtesy of Cherry Entertainment Group/Universal Records
Written by Roger Meade Clyne (as Roger Clyne), Paul Nappah, Brian David Blush (as Brian Bluh) and Arthur Edwards
Performed by The Refreshments
Courtesy of Mercury Records
Excuse Me While I Break My Own Heart Tonight
Written by Ryan Adams
Performed by Whiskeytown
Courtesy of Outpost Recordings
I Got Stung
Written by Aaron Schröder (as Aaron Schroder) and David Hill
Performed by Elvis Presley
Courtesy of RCA Records
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
Written by Wallis Willis
Performed by Martin Blasick
Duelin' Banjos
Written by Arthur Smith
Performed by Carl Jackson
Courtesy of Capitol Nashville
Written and Performed by Michel Legrand
Courtesy of Mercury France
It's Now or Never
Written by Aaron Schröder (as Aaron Schroder), Wally Gold and Eduardo Di Capua (uncredited)
Performed by Elvis Presley
Courtesy of RCA Records
"Your Brown Eyes'
Written by Chuck Mead
Performed by Br549 (as BR5-49)
Courtesy of Chuck Mead/Arista Nashville
Loneliness Cafe
Written, Performed and Produced by Martin Blasick
Why Baby Why
Written by Billy Vaughn and Beasley Smith
Performed by Pat Boone
Courtesy of MCA Records
Like the Forties
Written by William Loose, Don Great and Marc Ferrari
Courtesy of Master Source
Foolish Heart
Written by Evan York and Paul Malo
Performed by The Mavericks
Courtesy of MCA Records
Perfect World
Written and Performed by James Intveld
Courtesy of Innerworks Records

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