Soundtracks of Cinema: ‘Senior Year’

Senior Year Soundtrack - Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie

The Senior Year soundtrack includes music by Nelly, Shania Twain and Joshua Radin. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Alex Hardcastle’s 2022 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.

Senior Year stars Rebel Wilson as Stephanie Conway, a 37-year-old woman who awakens from a 20-year coma. Angourie Rice co-stars as a teenage version of the protagonist, a girl who prioritizes her popularity at school. The storyline follows Stephanie as she returns to high school as an adult and hopes to achieve her original goals. Composer Jermaine Stegall (Coming 2 America) scored the 111-minute Netflix film; music coordinator Tess Castro (The Royal Treatment) organized the featured needle-drops. Here’s every song in Senior Year.

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Senior Year Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie

Senior Year Soundtrack - Every Song in the 2022 Netflix Movie

  • “The Bad Touch” by The Bloodhound Gang (00:00:00): Stephanie records a video with her father, Jim (Chris Parnell). The Senior Year soundtrack song scores a 1999 sequence. Stephanie recalls moving to the United States and trying to fit in.
  • “Only You (And You Alone)  by The Platters (00:01:00): Young Stephanie spots Young Blaine (Tyler Barnhardt). She stares at her crush during a birthday party event. The music fades as Young Stephanie nervously greets Blaine.
  • “Sk8er Boi” by Avril Lavigne (00:03:00): Young Stephanie decides to become popular in October 1999. The track accompanies a time-lapse montage. Young Stephanie starts dating Blaine.
  • “Candy” by Mandy Moore (00:05:00): Young Stephanie leaves her home with Young Seth (Zaire Adams). They talk about school gossip. The Senior Year soundtrack song plays again at 00:32:00.
  • “She’s So High” by Tal Bachman (00:07:00): Young Seth has an awkward conversation with Young Stephanie. The music sets in as they discuss a prom after-party. Young Stephanie arrives at school during a slo-mo sequence.
  • “Hot in Herre” by Nelly (00:14:00): A pep rally begins. Young Stephanie dances with the Harding Bulldogettes. The 2002 hit can also be heard at 01:42:00.
  • “Come on Over (All I Want Is You)” by Christina Aguilera (00:14:00): The Senior Year soundtrack song plays during the pep rally sequence. Young Stephanie is carried by two male dancers. The track plays again at 01:43:00.
  • “We Are the Bulldogs” by David Lucky & Maude Maggart (00:15:00): The pep rally continues. Young Stephanie leads a cheer. The pep song is also featured at 01:43:00.
  • “A Moment Like This” by Kelly Clarkson (00:15:00): Young Stephanie falls on her head during a dance routine. She slips into a coma for 20 years. The Senior Year soundtrack song plays again at 01:43:00.
  • “Come Get a Hummer from Balbo” by David Lucky and Maude Maggart (00:16:00): Blaine (Justin Hartley) appears in a promo video for Balbo Hummers. Jingle music plays as Stephanie awakens from a 20-year coma.
  • “Falling” by Joshua Radin (00:25:00): Stephanie receives a note from Seth (Sam Richardson). She looks at a 2002 yearbook. Stephanie spots herself in a “Halfway to Heaven” photo collage.
  • “Remember the Name” by Fort Minor feat. Styles (00:28:00): The Senior Year soundtrack song scores a bedroom sequence. Stephanie thinks about the past. She decides to pursue her original goals from 2002.
  • “Aeroplane” by Stella Project feat. Casey Carlson (00:31:00): Martha (Mary Holland) agrees to help Stephanie return to school. She smiles and says, “I’m so worried.” The music scores a montage sequence.
  • “Girls Stars” by Amoria and Jok a Face (00:46:00): Stephanie receives an iPhone from her father. She celebrates and records videos for social media. The music fades during a school sequence.
  • “U Drive Me Crazy (The Stop Remix!)” by Britney Spears (00:53:00): Stephanie hangs out with her friends. The Senior Year soundtrack song kicks in during a home rehearsal sequence. Stephanie choreographs a routine.
  • “Strike It Up” by Black Box (00:57:00): Stephanie’s squad begins a “consent” cheer. Seth bobs his head as the music begins.
  • “Consent” by Cast (00:57:00): Stephanie leads a cheer. She asks the audience if they’re ready for a remix.
  • “Fast (Motion)” by Saweetie (00:57:00): The “consent” cheer continues. Various people in the crowd raise their eyebrows. The Senior Year soundtrack song drops as the routine ends.
  • “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” by Shania Twain (01:00:00): Stephanie finishes a conversation with Blaine. The music continues during a transition sequence. Stephanie wakes up and learns that she has 49,000 new Instagram followers.
  • “Launch Scene” from Deep Impact by James Horner (01:06:00): Stephanie attends a movie screening with Seth. She looks at Blaine and Tiffany (Zoë Chao). Stephanie asks Seth to feed her popcorn.
  • “Landing Scene” from Deep Impact by James Horner (01:07:00): Stephanie simulates a sex act. Tiffany gets upset at Blaine for “eye-fucking” Wilson’s character.
  • “Supermodel (You Better Work)” by RuPaul (01:18:00): The Senior Year soundtrack song plays during a pre-prom sequence. Jim takes photos of his daughter and Seth. Stephanie arrives at a prom event.
  • “Body Rock” by Regulus Red (01:20:00): Stephanie and Seth arrive at the prom dance area. They speak with Yaz (Joshua Colley) and Janet (Avantika Vandanapu). Stephanie talks about a rigged vote.
  • “The Power of Love” by Jennifer Rush (01:25:00): Stephanie is named Prom Queen. She dances with the King, Lance (Michael Cimino). The music cuts as Tiffany promotes an after-party.
  • “Ridin’ the Wave” by Daniel Kenneth Solovitz, Michaela Penn, Chris B. Harris & DeMarvelous Louis Carter (01:27:00): Tiffany worries about Steve Aoki sitting alone at her home. The Senior Year soundtrack song scores a transition sequence. An after-party begins.
  • “Bossed Up” by KC Carter (01:28:00): Tiffany reports a loud party. Janet dances outside. She worries about being filmed and says that the media will try to discredit her.
  • “Drive” by Leslie Hayes McCann (01:32:00): Stephanie receives a ride from Deanna Russo (Alicia Silverstone). The characters talk about the past. Deanna explains why she didn’t have a “perfect life.”
  • “Winter” by Joshua Radin (01:34:00): Deanna says that she is excited for the future. The Senior Year soundtrack song accompanies a transition sequence. Stephanie takes down nostalgic items in her room.
  • “Grow As We Grow” by Ben Platt (01:36:00): Stephanie finishes a heart-to-heart conversation with her father. She records a video and hopes to “clear some things up.” Stephanie apologizes to her friends.
  • “C’est La Vie” by B*Witched (01:45:00): Stephanie hugs her father. She breaks the fourth wall and sings in alignment with the song. The end credits sequence begins.
  • “So Strong” by Olivier Bibeau (01:49:00): The Senior Year soundtrack song plays after the end credits music.
  • “Outta Patience” by Darren Mark Drew, Elizabeth Anne Fohl, Brian Burk Reidinger & David Riff (01:50:00): The track plays during the end credits after “So Strong.”

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The Senior Year soundtrack also includes:

  • “Summer Love” by Jonathan Sharp
  • “It’s My Time” by Randall Cooke & Mia Bojanic
  • “We Don’t Stop” by David Veith
  • “Satisfy My Love” by Nicholas Pesci

Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.