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The soundtrack to Something From Tiffany’s music, a 2022 Prime Video movie, tracklist, listen to all of the 25 full soundtrack songs, 1 trailer tracks. View all song names, who sings them, stream 24 additional tune playlists, scores, and credits used in the movie. Read 24 scene descriptions with timelines.

Song credits - additional film music - songs that are not included in the official soundtrack list, but are playing in the movie.
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1. play I’ve Got My Love To Keep Me Warm – Dean Martin
Opening song / People are going Christmas shopping on a crowded boulevard in an opening scene. Daisy helps Ethan decide on an engagement ring in a jewelry store, while Gary tries to enter the store to look for an affordable gift for his girlfriend.
2. play Fins – Zoe Fox and the Rocket Clocks
[0:03′] Rachel is very absorbed by her cooking in the kitchen, while this song plays in the background. Terri is visiting her.
3. play Deck the Halls – The Sugar Sisters
[0:09′] Ethan, Daisy and Rachel get to know each other better in a café after meeting at the hospital reception. Daisy is a little too inquisitive and open, while Rachel is very grateful to Ethan for helping Gary after the accident, and invites them to her bakery for free treats.
4. play Warm December – Julie London
[0:13′] After Ethan receives a text from Vanesa that her flight is delayed, he decides to visit Rachel’s bakery, where he finds her rather overwhelmed and offers to help out.
5. play Lady Luck – Richard Swift
[0:15′] Ethan gives Rachel a hand serving her customers in her bakery. He gets to eat a lot of the bakery’s products.
6. play Underneath the Tree Instrumental (Alternate 1) Christophe Marie Alai Deschamps, Jean Luc Andre Leonardon, Vincent Francois Perrot & Eric Rene Starczan
[0:21′] Gary and Rachel spend some time together at her home. She is cooking and he suggests she comes to open the presents.
7. play Merry, Merry Christmas – Fascinations Grand Chorus
[0:28′] Rachel shows her new engagement ring to Terri and Sophia. They wonder where Gary had the money for that.
8. play Pros and Cons – Earthy Babes
[0:33′] Gary is checking his purchase receipt and realizes he didn’t actually buy the ring, but something far less valuable. This song plays at the tattoo shop.
9. I Want You for Christmas – Trent Dabbs
[0:34′] Ethan and Rachel wait for Gary in a diner, but Rachel receives a text that he’s not going to be able to make it. Ethan notices Rachel’s engagement ring.
10. play Sit Down, Who’s Been Loving You – Arum Rae
[0:39′] Gary arrives at Gillini with flowers to apologize to Rachel. An unimpressed Terri lets him know she’s not there.
11. I Only Have Eyes For You – Harry Warren & Al Dubin
[0:39′] Ethan and Rachel walk home from their dinner, after Gary didn’t show up, and encounter five men on the sidewalk singing this song. They say they love this song at the same time.
12. play Tired – Moaning
[0:43′] Ethan visits Gary at his tattoo shop to confront him about the jewelry mix-up, but Gary is very arrogant about it. This song plays at the tattoo shop.
13. play Trust In Me – Etta James
[0:45′] Rachel pensively walks through the streets of New York and decides to enter in a Tiffany’s shop.

14. play Shangri La – The Sugar & The High Lows
[0:57′] Terri tells Rachel she knows about what Gary did and is prepared to beat him up, but Rachel defends their relationship.
15. play When You Go (That’s When You’ll Know) – The Altons
[0:59′] Ethan, Daisy and Vanessa have dinner together. Vanessa and Ethan start to playfully argue about who’s gonna break the bread and they break it together, making an engagement ring pop out.
16. play Something On Your Mind – Karen Dalton
[1:01′] Ethan, Daisy and Vanessa walk together through New York, with Vanessa obviously not loving the city. Rachel and Gary fool around in the bakery preparing for New Year’s Eve.
17. play Every Day Will Be Like a Holiday – William Bell
[1:03′] Gary arrives early at Gillini for New Year’s Eve, bringing Finn along. Rachel learns from Finn some previously unknown information about the night she met Gary.
18. play What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve? – Nancy Wilson
[1:05′] Vanessa surprises Ethan and Daisy by bringing them to Gillini for New Year’s Eve. They meet Rachel and Gary, who had just broken up, and everybody finds out the truth of what had happened.
19. play Don’t Feel Like Christmas – Dallas & Doll
[1:11′] Rachel and Terri talk about what happened at Gillini. Terri apologizes for taking Vanessa’s reservation and causing trouble. Rachel then goes home distraught.
20. Oh Yes Baby I Love You So – Ervin Litkei & Lenny Curtis
[1:15′] Ethan has flowers delivered to Gillini for Rachel, with a note. Terri receives them without even looking and realizes who they’re for when Sophia comes to visit.
21. play Oh Baby – LCD Soundsystem
[1:17′] Rachel runs to meet Ethan at the place mentioned in the note. Ethan gets increasingly hopeless waiting for her, but Daisy encourages him not to give up.
22. play Just One Look – Doris Troy
[1:19′] Rachel, Ethan and Daisy celebrate Christmas Eve at Gillis one year later.
23. I Only Have Eyes For You – Harry Warren & Al Dubin
[1:21′] Ethan asks Rachel to marry him while five men sing this song a cappella.
24. play Get Ready – The Temptations
[1:22′] End credits song.

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Trailer songs (full tracks)
Sleigh Ride - Ella Fitzgerald

Streaming on:  Prime Video

Category: Comedy Movie Soundtracks, Family Movie Soundtracks, Prime Video, Romance Movie Soundtracks

IMDB: Something from Tiffany's

Something From Tiffany’s  Film information
Movie Genre: Comedy, Family, Romance
Release date (wide): 9 December 2022
Runtime: 1h 27m
Production: Amazon Studios, Catchlight Studios, Hello Sunshine
Distributor: Amazon Prime Video
Directors: Daryl Wein
Stars: Zoey Deutch, Kendrick Sampson, Ray Nicholson

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2 thoughts on “Something From Tiffany’s Soundtrack (2022)”

  1. There is an instrumental that plays in the final credits that doesn’t seem to be listed among the 25 tracks listed above. The track sounds like an easy listening track from the 1960s.

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