Groundhog Day

Soundtrack

Soundtrack Available on Epic Soundtrack

  • Weatherman (end title)
    • Written by George Fenton and Harold Ramis
    • Produced by George Fenton
    • Performed by Delbert McClinton
    • Courtesy of Curb Records
  • Clouds (score)
  • I Got You Babe
    • Written by Sonny Bono
    • Performed by Sonny & Cher
    • Courtesy of ATCO Records by arrangement with Warner Special Products, and released as a promotional single with "Take Me Round Again" written by George Fenton, performed by Susie Stevens, as B-side.
  • Quartet No.1 in D - The Groundhog (uncredited music)
    • performed by Bruce Dukov, Sheldon Sanov, Pam Goldsmith, Dennis Karmayzn
  • Take Me Round Again
    • Written by Produced by George Fenton
    • Performed by Susie Stevens
  • Drunks (score)
  • Pennsylvania Polka
    • Written by Lester Lee & Zeke Manners
    • Performed by Frankie Yankovic
    • Courtesy of Columbia Records by arrangement with Sony Music Licensing
  • You Like Boats But Not The Ocean (score)
  • Phil Getz The Girl (score)
  • Phil Steals The Money (score)
  • You Don't Know Me
    • Written by Eddy Arnold & Cindy Walker
    • Performed by Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra (film version : Ray Charles)
  • The Kidnap And The Quarry (score)
  • Sometimes People Just Die (score)
  • Eighteenth Variation from Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini
    • Written by Sergei Rachmaninoff
    • Performed by Elizabeth Buccheri
  • Medley: Phil's Piano Solo / Eighteenth Variation from Rapsodie on a Theme of Paganini
    • Written, Produced and Performed by Terry Fryer
  • The Ice Sculpture (score)
  • A New Day (score)
  • Almost Like Being In Love
    • Written by Alan Jay Lerner & Frederick Loewe
    • Performed by Nat King Cole
    • Courtesy of Capitol Records by arrangement with Cema Special Markets
  • La Bourée du célibataire by Jacques Brel (not included on soundtrack album)

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