The Your Place or Mine soundtrack includes music by The Cars, Remi Wolf and Maggie Rogers. This info article contains spoilers and song details for Aline Brosh McKenna’s 2023 Netflix movie. Check out Vague Visages’ Soundtracks of Cinema section for more music guides.
Your Place or Mine stars Reese Witherspoon as Debbie, a single mother and Los Angeles native who looks after her adolescent son. Ashton Kutcher co-stars as Peter, the protagonist’s longtime best friend who lives in New York City. The storyline follows the main players as they develop a romantic relationship while living in each other’s homes. Composer Siddhartha Khosla (This Is Us) scored the 111-minute Netflix film, which includes a total of 24 credited tracks. Here’s every song in Your Place or Mine.
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Your Place or Mine Soundtrack: Every Song in the 2023 Netflix Movie
- “The Sweet Escape” by Gwen Stefani feat. Akon (00:00:00): The Your Place or Mine soundtrack song accompanies the opening sequence. A flashback scene begins. Debbie hooks up with Peter in 2003 Los Angeles.
- “Let’s Go” by The Cars (00:02:00): Debbie and Peter finish a phone call. The music scores the title sequence. Debbie and Peter chat from different coasts.
- “Bye Bye Love” by The Cars (00:08:00): Becky (Vella Lovell) breaks up with Peter. The track continues during a transition scene. Debbie leaves her home with Jack (Wesley Kimmel).
- “Good Times Roll” by The Cars (00:15:00): The Your Place or Mine soundtrack song kicks in during an office scene. Peter talks to colleagues about a new job. He looks out a window at home.
- “Magic” by The Cars (00:17:00): Debbie talks to Jack. The music plays as a ringtone. It’s featured again at 00:21:00, 01:34:00 and 01:38:00.
- “Safe Travels” by Steve Zahn, Jack Dolgen and Aline Brosh McKenna (00:20:00): Debbie exits her home. Zen (Steve Zahn) plays a guitar in her yard. He improvises a folk tune.
- “Just What I Needed” by The Cars (00:23:00): Peter picks up Jack. The Your Place or Mine soundtrack song plays from his vehicle’s speaker system. Jack says that his mother hates convertibles.
- “Shake It Up” by The Cars (00:33:00): Debbie tries to turn on the heat at Peter’s apartment. The music plays as the doorbell rings. Debbie meets Minka (Zoë Chao).
- “Liz” by Remi Wolf (00:37:00): Peter and Jack talk about the movie Alien (1979). The music continues during a bathroom scene. Peter laughs at Debbie’s post-it notes.
- “Embers” by Tiny Habits (00:43:00): The Your Place or Mine soundtrack song scores an exterior sequence. Debbie walks through a park. The track plays again at 01:24:00 and 01:44:00 during the end credits.
- “Remind Me” by Emily King (00:55:00): Debbie holds a manuscript written by Peter. She sits down and reads. An apartment montage begins.
- “Heartbreak City” by The Cars (00:59:00): Peter drives his vehicle. He talks to Jack about his late father’s favorite band. Peter explains why The Cars mean so much to him.
- “Light On” by Maggie Rogers (01:09:00): Zen talks to Peter about his plan to seduce Debbie. The Your Place or Mine soundtrack song continues during a transition scene. Debbie meets up with Theo (Jesse Williams ).
- “Debbie” by Your Smith (01:12:00): Debbie brings Theo to Peter home’s. Jack talks about the Spanish-American War during a transition scene. The music can be heard again at 01:14:00.
- “Drive” by The Cars (01:16:00): Peter drives his vehicle. He turns up the volume. Peter arrives at a bar and orders a Macallan.
- “Roof Time” by Steve Zahn (01:21:00): Peter chats with Alicia (Tig Notaro). They talk about Debbie. Zen plays the Your Place or Mine soundtrack song on his guitar.
- “You’re All I Got Tonight” by The Cars (01:31:00): A hockey sequence begins. Jack tries to make a team. Peter watches from the stands.
- “You Might Think” by The Cars (01:42:00): Peter and Debbie exit an airport. They talk about the future. The track scores the movie’s final moments.
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The Your Place or Mine soundtrack also includes:
- “Right Time” by The Minitel
- “Sick!” by Anna Shoemaker
- “Feel the Way I Want” by Caroline Rose
- “Nothing Else I Could Do” by Ella Jane
- “Back Pocket” by Vulfpeck
- “Animal Spirits” by Vulfpeck
Q.V. Hough (@QVHough) is Vague Visages’ founding editor.
Categories: 2020s, Drama, Netflix Originals, Romance, Soundtracks of Cinema, Streaming Originals
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