The Emily in Paris soundtrack includes music by Brigitte Bardot, Eartha Kitt and Ashley Park. This info article contains spoilers for Darren Star’s Netflix series. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Emily in Paris stars Lily Collins as Emily Cooper, a Chicago marketing professional who begins a new life in Paris, France. Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu co-stars as the protagonist’s tough-love boss, Sylvie, a woman who keep a close eye on her employees’ personal lives. Composers Chris Alan Lee (Younger) and James Newton Howard (News of the World) scored the French Netflix series; music supervisor Brienne Rose (The Sex Lives of College Girls) organized the needle-drop selections. Here’s every featured song in Emily in Paris.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 1 “Emily in Paris”
- “Afterglow” by Chelsea Jade (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song opens the series. The protagonist jogs in Chicago. She stops after a 5.3-mile workout.
- “Ce Soir” by Kumisolo (00:04): Emily arrives in Paris. She gazes out a vehicle window at the city. The music fades as the protagonist arrives at her destination.
- “Summer in Paris” by Bea Parks, Garo Nahoulakian, Oliver Charles Horton (00:05): Emily receives her keys from Gilles Doufor (Gauthier Battoue). The characters make their way up to Room 501. “Summer in Paris” cuts when Emily trips at the fourth floor.
- “Lunatique” by Stereo Total (00:07): Emily fends off Gilles’ romantic advances. She takes a selfie and changes her online handle from @emilycooper to @emilyinparis. The camera pans over the city as the title card sets in.
- “Real Good Time” by Nada Funk (00:15): Emily meets Gabriel (Lucas Bravo). She leaves his fourth floor door awkwardly as the Emily in Paris soundtrack song kicks in. The music continues during a pastry sequence.
- “Ah Jour d’hui” by Henning Specht (00:20): Emily meets Mindy (Ashley Park) for the first time. She takes a photo of children playing and walks past co-workers having lunch together. The music drops when Emily reaches her office.
- “Ce sera bien” by Jean Michel et Francoise (00:22): Emily texts with Doug (Roe Hartrampf). She chats with her co-worker Luc (Bruno Gouery).
- “Christine” by Junoire (00:25): Luc takes off after a passive-aggressive conversation with Emily. The music scores a brief cityscape montage.
- “La Paix” by Barbagallo (00:27): Emily finishes a phone sex session with Doug. She groans while looking for a vibrator. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song cuts as the protagonist accidentally cuts the power in her building.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 2 “Masculin Féminin”
- “Dans la radio (Futuro Pelo Remix)” by Jacques (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Emily runs throughout Paris. She takes a photo of a statue.
- “Je suis (Tu hais)” by Kiz (00:01): Emily giggles while speaking with Gabriel. She leaves her building and steps in fresh dog poo.
- “Where Is My Ego?” by Husbands (00:04): The music plays as Emily leaves her boss’ office. It continues during a time-lapse sequence. Emily arrives at a party.
- “Lovin’ Feeing” by French 79, Kid Francescoli (00:07): Emily gazes at the Eiffel Tower. She chats with Antoine (William Abadie) as the music continues.
- “Dream” by Husbands (00:16): Emily and Mindy laugh while discussing Gabriel. The music plays during a shopping montage. Emily prepares for Doug’s arrival the following day.
- “Time” by Ella Harp (00:18): Emily realizes that Doug doesn’t plan to visit her in Paris. The music plays after an awkward conversation.
- “Again” by The George Kaplan Conspiracy (00:19): Emily watches the rain and posts that “Paris is weeping.” She arrives at Galerie Patrick Fourtin and works on a new marketing campaign.
- “Bunga Bunga” by Nous Non Plus (00:22): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song accompanies a scene at Élysée Palace. Carla Bruni sends one of Emily’s vagina-themed posts to Brigitte Marcon.
- “Standing in This Dream” by My Dear (00:23): Emily learns that she was retweeted by Brigitte Marcon. She is invited to join her co-workers at lunch. Sylvie toasts to the company’s “Vaga-Jeune.”
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 3 “Sexy or Sexist”
- “Magnifique” by Junior (00:00): Emily jogs in Paris. She receives a phone call near the Seine. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song fades as Madeline (Kate Walsh) calls from Chicago.
- “Big Future” by Obliques (00:03): Emily washes her hair in a sink. She attends a French class and speaks with Jacqueline (Céline Menville).
- “Moon” by Kid Francescoli (00:13): Sylvie complains about a bad shoot experience. Emily defends her statements to Antoine about the male gaze.
- “Juicy Fruit” by Huh Williams (00:18): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during a party sequence. Ashley greets Emily at the entrance.
- “Vers les tombes” by Chevalrex (00:21): Emily walks away from a rude party guest. She visits Gabriel at his restaurant and asks for a drink.
- “Rouge soleil” by Ravages (00:24): Emily receives a La Perla gift from Antoine. Sylvie inquires about the lingerie. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song continues as the episode ends.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 4 “A Kiss Is Just a Kiss”
- “Love in Suburbia” by Danny Connors (00:00): Emily smells roses as the episode begins. The music drops as Camille (Camille Razat) arrives.
- “Cyclop” by Exsonvaldes (00:02): Emily accidentally kisses Camille on the lips. They part ways and plan to meet an art gallery party. Emily smells her pink roses as the song plays during the title sequence.
- “Banana Socks” by Bosco Rogers (00:04): Gabriel cooks an omelet for Emily. They discuss the lingerie gift from Antoine.
- “Let’s Always Stay in Love” by Meaghan Smith (00:06): Gabriel explains his seasoning rules. Emily arrives at work in a transition sequence. She is greeted by Julien.
- “L’amour” by Selectracks (00:10): Emily meets with Luc and Julien. She realizes that she stepped in poo. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song fades during a conversation with Mindy.
- “Flower Duet (Remix)” by TBA (00:11): Mindy and Emily arrive at an art gallery. They spot Camille and Randy Zimmer.
- “Mango Tango” by Werner Tautz (00:12): Randy Zimmer (Eion Bailey) walks away from Emily. The music plays as Collins’ character follows him and sparks up a new conversation.
- “Ce soir je m’en vais” by Slove feat. Maude Geoffrey (00:17): Antoine asks Emily about the gift he sent her. Sylvie asks for a reservation at Le Grand Véfour. Julien (Samuel Arnold) states that a last-minute booking is impossible.
- “Saint Germain” by Amaury Louvet (00:20): Emily and her colleagues eat at Gabriel’s restaurant in the fifth arrondissement. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song continues as the group discusses signature scents.
- “Pretty Boy” by Cavale (00:23): Sylvie leaves with her colleagues. Emily returns to the restaurant and kisses Gabriel.
- “Le temps est bon by Isabelle Pierre (00:24): Emily runs into Camille. They discuss the restaurant and Gabriel. Emily realizes that her love interest has a girlfriend.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 5 “Faux Amis”
- “Rendez Vous” by La Plage (00:03): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during the title sequence. Emily receives a lunch invitation from Dureé Cosmetics.
- “Je ne sais pas pourquoi” by Artist (00:06): Emily attempts to speak with Olivia Thompson (Xanthe Elbrick). She is stopped and urged to use social media to get the woman’s attention.
- “Ces bottes sont faites pour marcher” by Muguette (00:10): Emily hangs out with Camille and Gabriel. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song accompanies a shopping montage. The music fades when they arrive at Atelier Des Lumieres.
- “Amour Dans Le Moto” by La Femme (00:19): Emily posts her last social media story. She hangs out with Mindy after being ridiculed by Sylvie.
- “Driving” by Art School Girlfriend (00:21): Emily enters her building with Gabriel. The music plays as they reach the fourth floor. Gabriel admits that he felt something good during their kiss.
- “Touche-moi” by Stereo Total (00:24): Gabriel takes a break at Les Deux Compères. He sees an Instagram picture of Emily hanging out with Camille. He likes the post with the hashtag #getinbedwithus.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 6 “Ringarde”
- “Amour Secours” by Clare Manchon (00:00): The episode begins with nature visuals. Emily wakes up to Camille and Gabriel having sex. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song fades during a breakfast sequence with Mindy.
- “Bien que Paris sois gris” by Selectracks (00:06): Emily visits Cafe de Flore. She posts about her accessory that didn’t please Pierre Cadault (Jean-Christophe Bouvet). Emily begins a conversation with a man named Thomas (Julien Floreancig).
- “Girls Pop” by Tele Music (00:09): Emily takes Thomas to her apartment. She is pleased by his sexual techniques.
- “La Vie En Rose” by Ashley Park (00:15): Mindy sings for Emily in a park. She attracts a crowd with her performance.
- “Je ne te quitte pas” by Fred Nevché (00:22): Emily arrives at the ballet. She has an argument with Thomas about his snobbery.
- “Act III, No. 19: Variation 5” from Swan Lake by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (00:24): Emily tracks down Pierre. She’s identified as a “ringarde” by his acquaintance.
- “Dance of the Cygnets” from Swan Lake by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (00:24): Emily speaks with Pierre. She explains her background watching Gossip Girl.
- “Espiègle” by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (00:27): Sylvie threatens to send Emily back to Chicago. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song closes out the episode.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 7 “French Ending”
- “Loin de toi” by Cyril Giroux feat. Chloé Lacan (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Emily spots her boss, Sylvie, and waves. The women discuss “retail therapy.”
- “Goodnight Little Empire” by Madonnatron (00:02): Luc and Julien explain French movie endings to Emily. The music plays during the title sequence. Emily meets American actress Brooklyn Clark (Carlson Young).
- “Bonjour, Bonjour, Baby” by TBA (00:04): Emily leaves Brooklyn’s suite. She dines at Gabriel’s restaurant with Mindy and Camille. They discuss Brooklyn’s movies.
- “Massive Alright” by Production Music (00:09): Emily finishes a conversation with Mathieu Cadault (Charles Martins). Brooklyn arrives at a red carpet event. Emily takes photos and speaks with Sylvie.
- “L’amour le jour” by Le Couleur (00:10): Antoine arrives with his wife. Emily and Julien wonder about how Sylvie will react.
- “Disco de Paris” by Sandor Mihaly Jozsa and Paul James Borg (00:11): Emily chats with Brooklyn at the party. The actress spots Gabriel and inquires about her “tit game.”
- “Social Mask” by Alif Tree (00:11): Emily tells Gabriel that the event is going really well. Antoine arrives and discusses his wife.
- “Feel It 003” by Production Music (00:15): Emily and Gabriel track down Brooklyn at a club. They have drinks and toast to the experience.
- “Hard Hat” by Production Music (00:16): Gabriel and Emily dance. Brooklyn says that she lives for trap music.
- “Praise the Gods Narrative” by TBA (00:18): Emily looks for Brooklyn. She can’t find her anywhere and worries about the Fortier watch.
- “Acid Polka” by TBA (00:18): Emily stresses out about an Uber trip. Gabriel offers an alternative plan.
- “Hit Sale” by Therapie TAXI feat. Roméo Elvis (00:19): Gabriel gives Emily a motorcycle ride. They arrive at Brooklyn’s hotel.
- “Paris Boogie” by HMC DA DUKE (00:21): Sylvie enters Brooklyn’s hotel room with Emily. They find the actress in bed with a man.
- “Never Let You Go” by TBA (00:24): Emily tells Gabriel that they shouldn’t see each other anymore. The music plays lightly in the background. Emily leaves Hôtel Plaza Athénée.
- “La route” by Juniore (00:25): Emily leaves Sylvie’s office after a rejected offer. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the end credits.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 8 “Family Affair”
- “Eighty Jaune” by TBA (00:00): Camille invites Emily to lunch. She wants to discuss “something important.” Emily groans as the title card hits.
- “Oiseau La Fontaine” by TBA (00:03): Emily plans to visit Camille’s home. They characters laugh and have a drink.
- “Le zou” by Hyperclean (00:06): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during a road sequence. Emily sits on Gabriel’s lap as Camille drives.
- “Yéyé St. Tropez” by Etienne Charry, Claire Marchelle (00:10): Emily bikes in Champagne. She spots a couple and continues on.
- “Chandelier” by Ashley Park (00:17): Mindy sings at a night club. Emily watches a live stream of the performance.
- “Paris Tropical” by Minuit (00:21): Timothée touches Emily’s breasts. The characters kiss outdoors. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song accompanies a sex sequence.
- “Une évasion” by Laure Briard (00:26): Emily finishes a conversation with Camille’s mother. The music plays briefly during a transitional grape shot.
- “Viens La” by Clare Manchon (00:26): Emily heads back to Paris with Camille and Gabriel. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the end of the episode.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 9 “An American Auction in Paris”
- “La valse du p’tit café de minuit” by TBA (00:01): Julien tells Emily that Judith Robertson (Faith Prince) from American Friends of the Louvre called for her. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during the title sequence.
- “C’est Si Bon” by Eartha Kitt (00:06): Camille directs Emily and Mathieu to a local bistro. Sylvie watches the characters leave. Emily and Mathieu discuss crepes in the street; the song picks up again at 08:00.
- “Solstice Dance” by TBA (00:10): Emily learns about nipple jewelry. The music scores a transitional montage. Emily meets with Judith from American Friends of the Louvre.
- “Let’s Go to Work” by Electro Deluxe (00:17): Sylvie speaks with Emily about possibly losing a client. Collins’ protagonist arrives at the Grey Space store.
- “Atrocities” by Antony & The Johnsons (00:17): Emily visits with Pierre. He tells Alexa to stop the music.
- “Bad Dreams” by John and the Volta (00:21): Emily meets with Mathieu. They kiss lightly as the episode ends.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 1, Episode 10 “Cancel Couture”
- “Let’s Always Stay in Love” by Meaghan Smith (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores an opening montage sequence. Emily discusses Paris Fashion Week with Mindy.
- “Mes amis” by Selectracks (00:01): Emily leaves Mindy to meet with Mathieu. She arrives at La Pause. The music scores the title sequence.
- “Les parisiennes” by Amaury Louvet (00:02): Mathieu shows his Emily his go-to move. They enjoy the view at his home.
- “Law of the Jungle” by Cavendish Music (00:04): Mathieu leaves Emily to meet with Pierre. The song continues as Collins’ character arrives at work the following morning.
- “Paris Rome” by Massimo Guadalupi (00:08): Emily walks in the street. She hears Gabriel arguing with Camille.
- “Quelle surprise” by Cavendish Music (00:10): Emily meet with Gabriel. She asks why he didn’t say anything about his upcoming move to Normandy.
- “Pulse” by The Venice Connection (00:11): Emily boards an elevator. She breathes deeply before arriving at work after being fired by Sylvie.
- “My Baggage” by TBA (00:20): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during a Paris Fashion Week sequence. Emily arrives at Grey Space with Mathieu and Sylvie.
- “Viva La Resolution” by Huw Williams (00:21): Pierre crashes the Grey Space event. He debuts a new self-referential line.
- “Je ne sais pas pourquoi” by Cyril Giroux feat. Chloé Lacan (00:22): Emily and her friends dine at Gabriel’s restaurant. They read headlines about Paris Fashion Week.
- “Burst Into Flames” by Cavale (00:26): Emily says goodbye to Gabriel. Mathieu waits by the door. The music continues as Emily pours a glass of wine at home. She reunites with Gabriel and they have sex.
- “De profundis (Ni fleurs, ni couronnes)” by Delphine Volange (00:30): Sylvie decides not to fire Emily. The music scores a street sequence. Emily texts with Mathieu about their weekend trip to Saint-Tropez.
- “Non, Je Ne Regrette Rien” by Edith Piaf (00:32): Antoine and Gabriel become business partners. Emily smiles nervously and receives a text from Camille. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during the final shot and end credits.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 1 “Voulez-Vous Coucher Avec Moi?”
- “Beach Break” by Julietta (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song opens the episode. The protagonist jogs in the city. She thinks about hooking up with Gabriel.
- “Springfield 611” by L’Épée (00:02): Gabriel takes down the sign at Les Deux Compères. Emily arrives and inquires about the new name. Gabriel says that Antoine wants to call the restaurant Chez Lavaux.
- “Marche Nocturne” by Corine (00:12): Mindy speaks with her boss at La Nouvelle Eve. She says that her work permit is at home. Mindy learns that she’ll only be working for tips.
- “Dynamite” by Ashley Park (00:13): Mindy performs at La Nouvelle Eve. Emily and Camille watch from their seats. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song continues as Mindy kisses Razat’s character.
- “Saint Germain” by Amaury Louvet (00:18): Julien tells Emily that they are now competitors. Antoine meets with business colleagues at Chez Lavaux.
- “Sans Lendemain” by La Riviera (00:23): Mathieu inquires about Emily’s relationship with Gabriel. He decides to return home.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 2 “Do You Know the Way to St. Tropez?”
- “Mezcalight” by DOPAMOON (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during the title sequence. The protagonist arrives in Saint-Tropez alone. She receives a phone call from Camille.
- “Désunis de l’univers” by Victorine (00:01): Emily gazes at the French Riviera coastline. She calls Mindy and invites her to Saint-Tropez.
- “Douliou-Douliou Saint-Tropez” by Raymond Lefèvre (00:04): Emily takes selfies during her vacation. She uses the hashtag #huithuitres. Her Instagram follower count passes 26,000.
- “La flemme” by Nell Widmer (00:12): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores a time-lapse sequence. Camille greets her friend Rocco. She introduces Emily and Mindy.
- “Just One Dance” by PLÜM (00:14): Emily and Mindy chat at a party. They spot Camille dancing by herself.
- “Louder Than Words” by Al Wilkinson (00:16): Emily has dinner with Mindy and Camille. She asks for Champére champagne. Camille leaves with a friend.
- “Dance Condition” by John Fulford (00:19): Sylvie dances with her husband. Emily inquires about their relationship. Mindy looks at her phone.
- “Va voir ailleurs” by Elliot Jane (00:23): Sylvie walks on the beach. Her husband finishes a conversation with Emily.
- “I’m Your Unicorn” by Devin Hoffman & Holiday Rogers (00:25): Emily and Mindy reflect about their weekend. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays briefly.
- “Freedom” by Elle Valenci (00:25): Emily watches two men have fun with “the gay spray of Saint-Tropez.” Emily decides to enjoy her vacation rather than posting photos on Instagram.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 3 “Bon Anniversaire!”
- “Dreams” by L’Épée (00:00): Emily speaks with Mademoiselle Cooper. She receives a package from Skokie, Illinois.
- “Tout (Sion Rien)” by Juniore (00:09): Camille says goodbye to Emily. Her happy demeanor changes as she walks away. Camille confronts Mathieu about standing up her friend.
- “Remembering Paris” by Karen Street (00:11): Luc takes Emily to Père Lachaise Cemetery. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays as they arrive at the grave of Honoré de Balzac. Luc says that he likes the bust’s big head.
- “Un jour ou l’autre” by Juniore (00:13): Emily visits a market with Gabriel. They buy ingredients for the restaurant.
- “Red Carpet Sand” by NAYAD (00:14): Emily and Gabriel stand in the rain. They stare each other as the music continues. Emily decides to leave.
- “Tes Yeux” Les Terribles (00:16): Julien receives a text message from Pierre. Emily cooks at home. Mindy sets a table outside.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 4 “Jules and Em”
- “Shut Up (When You Talk to Me)” by Loui Sixteen (00:01): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song accompanies a cityscape sequence. Gabriel renovates his new restaurant. The music cuts when Emily arrives.
- “Fleur de sel” by Elle & Lui (00:06): Mindy works at La Nouvelle Eve. She meets Benoît for the first time. Mindy receives an offer to lead a band.
- “Magnetic Woman” by Eerie Wanda (00:11): Gabriel prepares a meal. Emily watches with a smile on her face. The music scores a romantic slo-mo sequence.
- “Marcia Baila” by Les Rita Mitsouko (00:14): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during a shopping sequence. Emily hangs out with Petra at Samaritaine.
- “Rebecca” by Des Roses (00:16): Gabriel attends an Alain Jacquet exhibition. He drinks a glass of champagne and approaches Camille.
- “Sounds Familiar” by Owlle (00:18): Camille criticizes Gabriel for his “hopeless romantic act.” The music sets in as Bravo’s character processes the moment. Emily and Luc arrive at Le Champo.
- “All By Myself” by Ashley Park (00:29): Mindy performs in front of a large crowd. A mime interrupts her show. Mindy speaks with her bandmates.
- “Fils D’or” by Burning Peacocks (00:32): Emily speaks with Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) at French class. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song closes out the episode.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 5 “An Englishman in Paris”
- “Chouchou” by Les Terribles (00:00): Gabriel shows Emily his first menu. He poses for a photograph. Antoine arrives and says that Savoir will handle the press for opening night.
- “Je suit venue te dire by Insolente (00:07): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores a time-lapse sequence. Emily posts on the Chez Lavaux Instagram account. She chats with Gabriel on the app, and then sees him in front of her.
- “No Shangri La” by David Shaw and The Beat (00:15): Gabriel prepares a meal. Emily takes photos for marketing materials. Gabriel doesn’t like one of the candid images.
- “Nuit” by Yndi (00:16): Gabriel and Emily kiss. A woman arrives for an interview.
- “My Blood Runs Cold” by Laplace feat. Malory (00:18): Emily learns that Camille’s mother wants her back on the Champére account. She receives a text from Gabriel. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song continues as the protagonist looks at an additional text from Camille.
- “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” by Ashley Park (00:21): Mindy performs with her band. Julien notices Benoît and smiles. Emily takes a photo of Mindy.
- “Le Besoin De La Nuit” by Fred Nevché (00:25): Emily meets with Gabriel. She says that she won’t fall in love with an expiration date. The song closes out the episode.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 6 “Boiling Point”
- “Ça Y Est” by Elvett (00:03: Sylvia finishes a phone call with Erik. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during a Versailles sequence. Julien chats with Pierre.
- “A La Sortie Du Lycee” by Stereo Total (00:05): Pierre poses during a photoshoot. Julien watches with Gerhard.
- “La vie – A COLORS SHOW” by Ichon (00:09): Emily tells Sylvie to enjoy her evening plans. Camille delivers a gift from her family to Gabriel.
- “Valentina” by Vegomatic feat. Eric Los (00:23): Mindy visits with Benoît. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays briefly.
- “Baba Cool” by Loui Sixteen (00:26): Emily speaks with Luc and Julien. She takes off on a motorcycle. The music scores the end of the episode as Emily picks up Alfie.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 7 “The Cook, The Thief, Her Ghost and His Lover”
- “Claque Le” by Bagarre (00:00): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the opening sequence. Emily opens up her window. The music distorts and fades as the protagonist tries to figure out the temperature.
- “Si J’étais Une Fille” by Hyperclean (00:04): Mindy discusses tips with Benoît. The music fades and then picks up again at 00:06 as the characters kiss.
- “JTM” by Charlotte Fever (00:09): Emily chats with Alfie. They decide to hang out at his apartment.
- “Crush” by Sebastian Paul (00:13): Emily kisses Alfie. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song accompanies the moment. Emily tells Alfie to rip her dress off.
- “Allons skier” by Thierry Los feat. The Vrooming Crew (00:20): Emily chats with Julien. Luc arrives on a bicycle. The music kicks in as he rides off.
- “Paradigme” by La Femme (00:26): Alfie walks with Emily. The music plays during a transitional sequence featuring Sylvie. She rides her Pelotech machine as the episode ends.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 8 “Champagne Problems”
- “Solo” by Julia Jean-Baptiste (00:00): The music scores an opening cityscape montage. Emily speaks with Camille as the music fades.
- “In the Hall of the Mountain King” by Edvard Grieg (00:14): Gérard poses with a sword during a Champére shoot. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays as he accidentally cuts off his thumb.
- “Summer Is Gone” by Kid Francescoli (00:16): Emily rests at Champagne. She watches video of Gérard’s accident on her phone.
- “Pas d’ici” by Ehla (00:20): Sylvie finishes a phone call with Antoine. The music plays as she feeds her cat. The song continues during a transitional scene with Erik.
- “Moi Je Joue” by Brigitte Bardot (00:22): A restaurant waiter mistakes Erik for Sylvie’s son. The couple kisses in public as patrons watch. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the moment.
- “Les toits” by À Bogota (00:22): Emily looks out her window in Champagne. She spots Camille walking with Gabriel.
- “Vagues dans la mer” by Theodora (00:24): Emily prepares to leave Champagne. Timothée arrives and suggests that they should “move on.” Emily grins at his naïveté and departs.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 9 “Scents & Sensibility”
- “La fête noire” by Flavien Berger (00:04): The Emily in Paris soundtrack song plays during the opening title sequence. Emily speaks with Sylvie about a travel memo.
- “Truth Nugget” by Helena Deland (00:09): Mindy argues with Benoît and walks away. Emily meets with her American boss, Madeline.
- “Pink Smoke” by Painted Pale (00:12): Emily arrives at her apartment. Mindy lies in bed and hands her roommate her phone. Emily reads a Chinese news report about Mindy’s busking lifestyle.
- “George Michael (Plaisir De France Remix) by Daprinski (00:17): Emily leaves Sylvie’s office. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song continues during a perfume-themed montage at Laboratoire Lavaux. Emily meets with Camille.
- “Sadie & Maud” by Prince Innocence (00:25): Emily meets with Alfie. They discuss the status of their relationship. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the end of the episode.
Emily in Paris Soundtrack: Every Song in Season 2, Episode 10 “French Revolution”
- “That Kinda Girl” by Pink Shark Music (00:06): Emily arrives at a club with Julien. They spot Gregory next to a dancer. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song continues as Julien leaves.
- “Mon Soleil” by Ashley Park (00:14): Mindy performs with her band. She focuses her eyes on Benoît. The audience slowly shifts their attention to the stage act.
- “Habanera (L’amour est un oiseau rebelle)” by Georges Bizet (00:21): Emily watches a performance at Versailles. The classical aesthetic shifts to hip-hop.
- “Saudade” by Matveï (00:27): Emily learns that Sylvie, Luc and Julien have resigned. The music plays briefly as the protagonist processes the news.
- “Kunigonde” by Charlotte Fever (00:29): Madeline asks for a cup of tea. Emily receives a lunch invitation from Sylvie. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song fades as the protagonists meets with her former co-workers.
- “Eiffel Tower” by Paprika Kinski (00:33): Mindy offers life advice to Emily. The protagonist arrives at Gabriel’s door. She realizes that Camille has moved in.
- “Mirage” by Owlle (00:35): Emily walks away from Gabriel’s apartment door. She navigates the streets of Paris and stops at a bridge. The Emily in Paris soundtrack song scores the final moments of season 2 and continues during the end credits.
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