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*'''[[Test The Store|Test the Store]]'''
*'''[[Test The Store|Test the Store]]'''
**"[[Wikipedia:Clocks (song)|Clocks (song)]]" by [[Wikipedia:Coldplay|Coldplay]] - Played during the [[Pyramid]] Speech with Jim.
**"[[Wikipedia:Clocks (song)|Clocks (song)]]" by [[Wikipedia:Coldplay|Coldplay]] - Played during the [[Pyramid]] Speech with Jim.
*'''[[Last Day In Florida]]'''
**"[!_Ma_Baby Hello! Ma Baby]" - Kevin forces Toby and Darryl to sing it in the style of Michigan J. Frog.
[[Category:List|Songs that appear in episodes]]
[[Category:List|Songs that appear in episodes]]
[[Category:Season 1| ]]
[[Category:Season 1| ]]

Revision as of 01:38, January 3, 2013

Season 1

Season 2

  • The Fire
    • "Everybody Hurts" by REM - When Dwight is sitting in his car, depressed.
    • "Mambo No. 5" by Lou Bega - Michael's ringtone.
    • "Ryan Started the Fire" (parody of "We Didn't Start the Fire" by Billy Joel) - Sung by Dwight about Ryan.
  • The Fight
    • "Bang the Drum All Day" by Todd Rundgren - Michael sings this briefly while Pam gives him forms to sign. Michael sings "bang on this mug all day", as he is flicking his mug.
  • The Client
    • "Baby Back Ribs" - sung by Michael and Christian at a Chili's.
    • "Use It" by The New Pornographers - Heard at Chili's.
    • "Sing" by Travis - Jim and Pam sway to this song, but do not dance, after a rooftop dinner.
  • Booze Cruise
    • "The Name Game" - Michael recites Stanley's name in the style of the song.
    • "The Ballad of Gilligan's Isle" - Michael sings this before naming the members of the office after characters in Gilligan's Island.
    • "Get Busy" by Sean Paul - Instrumentals play while Michael is showing off his dance moves
    • "What Do You Do With A Drunken Sailor" - Dwight sings this while manning the fake helm of the ship.
    • "Just The Two of Us" by Bill Withers - Played by the ship's band, just before Michael announces that the ship is sinking.
    • "Smoke On The Water" by Deep Purple- Played (Badly) by Michael until he claims it is broken. Creed takes the guitar and plays a solo over E-Blues along with the band. (Deleted Scene)
  • The Secret
    • "Our Lips Are Sealed" by The Go-Go's - Michael sings it briefly but erroneously attributes it to The Bangles.
    • "Tempted" by Squeeze - Heard at Hooters
    • "In A Big Country" by Big Country - At Hooters, plays right before and while the Hooters girls sing for Jim
  • Take Your Daughter to Work Day
    • "Nasty" by Janet Jackson - Michael paraphrases lyrics from Nasty as "Pam, or Ms. Beesly if you're nasty" when arriving at the office.
    • "Greensleeves" - Dwight performs this song on recorder for the children, telling them it is a "traditional English ballad about the beheaded Anne Boleyn."
    • "Teach Your Children" by Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young - Dwight and Michael perform a song for the co-workers and their children.
  • Michael's Birthday
    • "My Humps" by Black Eyed Peas - Michael and Dwight sing the song in Michael's office.
    • "The Longest Time" by Billy Joel - Dwight serenades Michael with his favorite song on a lime-green recorder. Dwight identifies the artist as "William Joel".

Season 3

  • The Convention
    • "My Humps" by Black Eyed Peas - Michael's new ringtone
    • "Girls Gone Wild" by Captain Ahab - The song blaring when Jim comes to Michael's room party.
  • Initiation
    • "River Runs Red" by Life of Agony - Playing on Dwight's radio as he drives Ryan to the beet farm.
    • "Lovefool" by The Cardigans - Jim sings this falsetto after Karen tries to annoy him by squeaking her desk chair. It is also mouthed by Andy. Later, Andy finishes the song and asks, "What happened to those guys?"
    • "Rock and Roll Part 2" by Gary Glitter - Kevin hums the song as Michael plays it in his office on an extreme sugar high.
    • (unknown) - Dwight plays this on cassette on his boom box when ordering Ryan to wrestle fear (cousin Mose) to the ground. It is not "O Fortuna" (Orff, Carmina Burana) although it has a similar bombastic style.
  • Diwali
    • "Mehndi Laga Ke Rakhna" (from Dilwale Dulhania Le Jayenge) - played at the Diwali party as the office staff arrive.
    • "Ek Ladki Ko Dekha" (from 1942: A Love Story) - played at the Diwali party when Michael eats samosas.
    • "Lodi" (from Veer Zaara) - played at the Diwali party when Michael dances.
    • "Mere Mehboob Mere Sanam" by Udit Narayan and Alka Yagnik (from "Duplicate") - played right before Michael proposes to Carol.
    • "Crazy in Love" by Beyoncé - played at the Diwali party when Pam dances.
    • "Didi Tera Devar Deewana" (from Hum Aapke Hain Kaun) - played at the Diwali party
    • "Closer to Fine" by The Indigo Girls - Andy starts singing this in a drunken stupor and Jim joins in.
    • "The Diwali Song" by Michael Scott - Based on Adam Sandler's The Chanukah Song.
  • Branch Closing
    • "Angel of the Morning" by Merrilee Rush & The Turnabouts- Michael sings it briefly to Jan, changing Angel to Levinson.
    • "My Humps" by Black Eyed Peas - Michael's ringtone.
    • "Don't Know What You Got (Till It's Gone)" by Cinderella - Roy cites its lyrics in reference to not working with Pam anymore.
  • The Merger
    • "Lazy Scranton" (Parody of "Lazy Sunday" by Chris Parnell and Andy Samberg) - Orientation video created by Michael
    • "What is Love" by Haddaway - Michael and Andy both sing it when their CD player doesn't work.
  • The Convict
    • "We Like to Party" by Vengaboys - Andy hums the tune when Jim mentions the Six Flags ads that use the song.
    • "The Rainbow Connection" by Kermit the Frog - Andy serenades Pam on his banjo with this song. He changes the words to "Ainbow-ray Onnection-cay".
  • A Benihana Christmas
    • "Deck the Halls" - Sung by Michael as he rides his bike into the office.
    • "Two Tickets To Paradise" by Eddie Money - Michael sings this song while holding up tickets to Sandals Jamaica he has purchased for himself and his girlfriend.
    • "Goodbye My Lover" by James Blunt - Michael repeatedly listens to a thirty second sample after Carol breaks up with him.
    • "The Nutcracker Ballet" by Tchaikovsky- Several different selections used for Angela's party.
    • "You Oughta Know" by Alanis Morissette - Kevin sings it, with Darryl on synthesizer.
    • "Your Body Is a Wonderland" by John Mayer - Michael and Andy sing karaoke to their new "girlfriends". Mayer granted permission to use the song in exchange for a Dundie.[1]
    • "We Belong" by Pat Benatar - Kelly sings it to Ryan.
    • "Spinnin' N Reelin'" by Creed Bratton - Sung by none other than Creed himself.
    • "Lady" by Styx - Dwight sings this to Angela.
    • "Little Drummer Boy" - Angela sings karaoke to this song.
  • Back From Vacation
    • The "Banana Boat Song" - Michael sings this song in the car in a deleted scene.
    • "Hot Hot Hot" by Alphonsus Cassell - Michael and Andy play this on the steel drum.
  • Traveling Salesmen
    • "Kickstart My Heart" by Mötley Crüe - Dwight rocks out to this song in the car to prepare for the sales meeting.
    • "Oompa Loompa Song" from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory - Andy changes the words to one of the songs to show his delight in Dwight's resignation.
  • The Return
    • "Rockin' Robin" by Bobby Day - Andy's new ringtone, sung by himself in four-part harmony.
    • "Bennie and the Jets" by Elton John - Andy changes the words to "Andy and The Tuna" (Jim).
    • "Zombie" by The Cranberries - Andy sings this in the office which annoys his co-workers.
    • "Up Where We Belong" by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes - On the Staples intercom when Michael invites Dwight back
    • "La Cucaracha" - Played in the background during Oscar's return party.
  • Ben Franklin
    • "Feel Like Makin' Love" by Bad Company - song used for the stripper's striptease.
    • "No Secrets" by No Secrets - the opening lines of this song are quoted by the stripper when she is giving advice to Michael.
    • "My Humps" by Black Eyed Peas - Michael's ringtone when he is in the sex shop
  • Phyllis' Wedding
    • "Berceuse in D-flat, Op. 57" by Frédéric Chopin, played as the guests are seated.
    • "Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin" by Richard Wagner, played when Phyllis walks down the aisle.
    • "Wedding March" from A Midsummer Night's Dream by Felix Mendelssohn, played after Bob and Phyllis take their vows.
    • A series of songs by The Police are played by Scrantonicity with Kevin on drums/vocals: "Roxanne", "Message in a Bottle", "Every Breath You Take" (as Pam and Roy leave), "Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic" (sung by Karen). A Sting track "Fields of Gold" also is covered (when Jim and Karen dance).
    • "You Were Meant for Me" by Jewel - Pam and Roy's song, played by Scrantonicity after being paid $20 by Roy.
  • Business School
    • "Brandenburg Concerto No.2 in F major, BWV 1047" - Johann Sebastian Bach - Recording played by Michael for his entrance. This is used for the Teaching Company lecture series, from which Michael acquires the clip.
  • Cocktails
    • "My Humps" by Black Eyed Peas - Michael's ringtone.
    • "Play That Funky Music" by Wild Cherry - Played as the office staff are walking into Poor Richard's Pub.
    • "Carry On Wayward Son" by Kansas - Played in bar while Roy and his brother Kenny go on a rampage.
  • Product Recall
    • "Hollaback Girl" by Gwen Stefani - Kelly sings the B-A-N-A-N-A-S section.
    • "Drift Away" by Dobie Gray - Andy sings it a cappella for Jim in the car.
    • "The Lion Sleeps Tonight" by The Tokens - Both Andy and Jim sing this in the car.
  • Beach Games
    • "The Gambler" by Kenny Rogers - Sung on the bus.
    • "Meet the Flintstones" - Sung on the bus.
  • The Job
    • "Kind And Generous" by Natalie Merchant - Michael's farewell song.

Season 4

  • Local Ad
    • "Kit Kat" advertising jingle [2] - Andy is unable to remember the entire song. He spends time attempting to complete the "Gimme a break, gimme a break, break me off a piece of that______ (kit kat)" line while Jim watches not sharing the correct lyric. Andy never correctly identifies the product advertised, electing instead to plug in random three-syllabe phrases and see which one fit. After cycling through "applesauce," "Grey Poupon," "football cream," "Chrysler car," "Hair for Men," and coming dangerously close with "Snickers bar" before being interrupted by Michael, he eventually settles on "Fancy Feast," following the bullet-proof logic that whatever the item is, it must rhyme with "piece."
    • "Chariots of Fire" by Vangelis - background music for Michael's branch created Dunder Mufflin ad.
  • Branch Wars
    • Pam listens to "Spring" from The Four Seasons by Vivaldi, while preparing for a Finer Things Club meeting.
  • The Deposition
    • "Girlfriend" by Avril Lavigne - Kelly uses altered lyrics ("Hey, hey, you, you, I don't like your boyfriend, 'cause, 'cause, 'cause, 'cause, he really sucks at Ping Pong") to taunt Pam.
  • Dinner Party
    • "That One Night" from the album The Hunted - Fictitious song written and recorded by Jan's former assistant, Hunter. The song heavily suggests that Hunter lost his virginity to Jan.
  • Chair Model
    • "American Pie" by Don McLean - Michael and Dwight sing it at the chair model's grave with altered lyrics, "...bye, bye, Miss Chair Model Lady, I dreamt that we were married and you treated me nice, we had lots of kids...drinking whiskey and why'd you have to go off and die? Why'd you have to go off and die..."
  • Goodbye, Toby
    • "Crash Into Me" by the Dave Matthews Band - Michael plays the "N3P" in his office.
    • "Goodbye Stranger" - Supertramp - sung my Michael in front of the Scranton branch at Toby's goodbye party. Lyrics altered to become "Goodbye Toby."
    • Michael mentions in passing song parodies for which he would conceivably be renowned, namely "Beers in Heaven" and "Total Eclipse of the Fart"; it can be inferred (not implied, as Creed aptly pointed out in "Performance Review" in Season 2) that they are parodies of Tears in Heaven by Eric Clapton and Total Eclipse of the Heart by Bonnie Tyler, respectively.
    • "Just My Imagination" by The Temptations - when Jim almost-proposes to Pam.
    • "Don't Know Why" - Norah Jones. Following Jim's failed proposal.
    • "Phantom Limb" - The Shins. When Michael rejects Holly offer to go for pie.

Season 5

  • Crime Aid
    • "The Heart of Rock 'N' Roll" by Huey Lewis and the News is played by Darryl at the auction. The song was in Michael's "top ten favorite Bruce Springsteen songs" list, yet he does not understand that the song is not a Springsteen. Another non-Bruce song that made the list is "Short People" by Randy Newman.
    • "Me And The Blues" is performed by Hank on blues guitar as part of the Crime Aid fundraiser. This is most likely an original song. The title of his CD is Hank Doyle Is The Blues.
  • Employee Transfer
    • "Life is a Highway" by Tom Cochrane is sung by Michael, Holly and Darryl in the car on their road trip taking Holly back to Nashua, New Hampshire. The song plays on the radio at least four times, and the dynamic in the truck is symbolized by its occupants reaction to the song (e.g. at the beginning, Michael gets very excited and all three sing along, but as the trip goes on and Michael and Holly start fighting, they come to resent the song the more it plays).
  • Moroccan Christmas
    • "El-Maddahine (Isawi)" by Chalf Hassan plays while Michael mixes an "Orange Vod-juice-ka" for Jim and Meredith catches fire.
    • "Streets Of Cairo", also known as "The Snake Charmer Song" is performed by Andy with a sitar.
    • "Deck The Halls" is played by Andy with a sitar.
  • Stress Relief
    • "I Will Survive" by Gloria Gaynor is sung by Michael who confuses the song with "Stayin' Alive".
    • "Stayin' Alive" by the Bee Gees is sung by Michael, Andy, and the entire office during a CPR training with Corporate-hired lector Rose.
    • "You Make My Dreams" by Hall & Oates is playing in the background on the pirated movie that Andy, Jim and Pam are watching on a laptop while in the break room.
    • "Have a Little Faith in Me" by John Hiatt is playing in the background of the pirated movie during the Jack Black and Cloris Leachman bathtub scene.
    • "All Out of Love" by Air Supply is playing during the pirated movie starring Jack Black, Jessica Alba and Cloris Leachman.
    • "Lady" by Little River Band is playing at the end of the pirated movie when Sam (Jack Black) sees Lily (Cloris Leachman) making out with someone else.
    • "What I Like About You" by The Romantics is sung by Andy as a roast to Michael, substituting the lyrics "What I Like About You" to "What I Hate About You".
  • Cafe Disco
    • "Car Wash" by Rose Royce - The camera finds Michael dancing in the small room that is leased for the Michael Scott Paper Company.
    • "Cat People (Putting Out Fire)" by David Bowie - Erin finds Michael dancing downstairs by himself in the former office of The Michael Scott Paper Company.
    • "Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) by C+C Music Factory - 'Michael blasts the song to entice everybody downstairs.
    • "Boy Hangover" by Bonnie McKee - Leo notices Kelly and Erin dancing.
    • "I'll Do You Like a Truck" by Geo Da Silva - Kelly challenges Andy to a dance-off.
    • "Various Disgraces" by The Blam - Dwight says "This song is fantastic!"
    • "Y.M.C.A." by The Village People - Jim and Pam decide to stay at Cafe Disco (instead of running off to elope in Ohio), realizing that they would like a 'cheesy' wedding.

Season 6

  • Niagara
    • "Numba 1" by Kardinal Offishal- during the party in Andy's room.
    • "Forever" by Chris Brown, a reference to the viral YouTube video, in which people walked down the aisle dancing to the song. The family (possibly at the behest of Michael, as is implied when he confronts Pam during the procession) set up Jim and Pam's wedding in much exactly the same way, even though Pam specifically forbade them.
  • The Lover
    • "M'appari"- The aria Jim plays as part of a ploy to get back at Dwight for planting a listening device in Jim's office.
  • Secret Santa
    • "Boulevard of Broken Dreams" by Green Day - Sung by Dwight and Andy during the Christmas party.
    • "Oh, Christmas Tree" (traditional) - Sung by Kevin during the Christmas Party
    • "I Saw Three Ships Come Sailing In" (traditional) - Sung by Kelly and Erin at the Christmas Party.
    • "Jingle Bells" (traditional) - On the Karaoke machine throughout the episode.

Season 7

Season 8

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