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Song Beneath the Song 

In a series first, the music that has been at the heart of the show and been beloved by fans comes to life for Grey's Anatomy: The Music Event. A cataclysmic event rattles the doctors of ... See full summary »

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In a series first, the music that has been at the heart of the show and been beloved by fans comes to life for Grey's Anatomy: The Music Event. A cataclysmic event rattles the doctors of Seattle Grace to the core, as Callie, on the verge of an enormous life-changing moment with Arizona, envisions her hospital and friends as it has never-been-seen before. "Chasing Cars" (Snow Patrol), "How to Save a Life" (The Fray) and "The Story" (Brandi Carlile) are among the songs performed by the cast. Written by ABC Publicity

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The only main titled actor that refused to sing in the musical finale, Song Beneath The Song, was Patrick Dempsey. See more »

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Referenced in Private Practice: What We Have Here... (2011) See more »

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The Story
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from The Story by Brandi Carlile
Sung by Sara Ramirez
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This episode was for the fans.
3 April 2011 | by (Singapore) – See all my reviews

I like to think that This episode was made for the fans. Simply put. I'm so glad they did this. This episode really made my day.

The writers managed to reference so many of the past characters in this episode. Yang mentioned Burke when discussing "the" procedure. They kinda referenced the other main characters (Izzie,George, etc) when Karev was defending his happily ever after. I give it a 10/10. The song choices was decent. Chasing Cars came as a shock but, man, it was very well done. I was so impressed with Sara Ramirez's singing. That girl can SING. Did you know she had previously won a Tony for a Monty Phyton musical?

Anyway, with all that being said, if this was the first GA episode I was to watch... I would probably give it a 2, at best.


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