Good Grief Soundtrack: Every Song Featured in the Netflix Movie – In his first feature film as a filmmaker, Dan Levy penned and directed the 2023 comedy-drama Good Grief, which also featured Ruth Negga, David Bradley, Celia Imrie, Arnaud Valois, Luke Evans, and Himesh Patel.

In the first scene of the film, Marc is seen having a wonderful time at a Christmas party with his long-term buddy and spouse. Tragically, his husband passes dead in a vehicle accident within seconds after leaving the celebration, owing to a book signing.

The film goes into Marc’s subsequent experiences as he grapples with his husband’s death. With the help of his two closest friends, he travels to Paris to confront his newfound knowledge about his husband’s life.

David Rooney, writing for The Hollywood Reporter, said: “The shimmering melancholy of Rob Simonsen’s score is often left to suggest a depth of feeling that’s missing in the writing and, by extension, the performances. The script is sensitive but never terribly probing, and the movie’s intimacy more staged than lived-in”.

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Good Grief Soundtrack: All songs Featured in the Netflix movie

In Dan Levy’s first feature film as director, be ready to be drawn into the heart of a city that whispers secrets of resilience, two friends who give delicate comfort, and an artist who is struggling with loss. A kaleidoscope of emotions is painted by this playlist, which features the original soundtrack by Rob Simonsen, Billy Idol, and Robyn, with their heartbreaking lyrics that capture the raw sensitivity and surprising exhilaration of negotiating life’s most intimate moments. 

Complete Tracklist: 

  • “Sleigh Ride” by Ella Fitzgerald
  • “Every Day Will Be Like a Holiday” written by William Bell and Booker T. Jones Jr.
  • “That’s How Much I Love You” by Spencer Wiggins
  • “A Whiter Shade of Pale” by Procol Harum
  • “Thank You” by Bonnie Raitt
  • “With Every Heartbeat” by Robyn ft. Kleerup
  • “Fall in Love” by Yuno
  • “It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year” by Andy Williams
  • “Eyes Without a Face” by Billy Idol
  • “Heartbeat” by Annie
  • “Tchiki Boum” by Niagara
  • “Sortir Ce Soir” by Étienne Daho
  • “We Belong” written by David Eric Lowen and Daniel Anthony Navarro
  • “Just Another Day” written by Jon Secada and Miguel Morejon
  • “The Train Don’t Stop There Anymore” written by Elton John and Bernard Taupin
  • “Only Love Can Break Your Heart” by Neil Young
  • “Fall in Love Alone” by Stacey Ryan
  • “Hope” by Haerts

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