Lara Jean Covey (Lana Condor) and Peter Kavinsky (Noah Centineo) might already be in love by the time To All The Boys: Always And Forever rolls around, but every couple needs a song to call their own. Luckily, the TATB: Always And Forever soundtrack is full of pretty good options.
The third film in Netflix’s To All The Boys trilogy features a mix of upbeat pop and more mellow indie faire, spanning from K-Pop to Oasis. But the real highlight comes from the inclusion of a few original songs written specifically for the film. Fletcher, Ashe, and The Greeting Committee all debuted new songs on the soundtrack to help tell Peter and Lara Jean’s love story. The Greeting Committee’s “Beginning Middle End” has an especially crucial role in the film, and will forever be known as the culmination of the greatest love story of our time.
Unfortunately, not all these songs featured in the film are on the official soundtrack, which was released on the same day as the film, Feb. 12, and features 16 songs. Most egregiously, the soundtrack is K-pop-free, and doesn’t feature a few key tracks that play throughout the movie. To make sure you don’t miss a beat, check out every single song in To All The Boys: Always And Forever.
Girls’ Generation, “Gee”
Always And Forever starts out strong, setting the scene with some K-Pop courtesy of Girls’ Generation. The song is the perfect soundtrack to the Covey family’s Seoul adventures that open the movie.
Iggy Azalea, Charli XCX, “Fancy”
This song doesn’t technically play in the film. It’s the Covey girls’ song of choice when they do karaoke in Korea. Unfortunately, we don’t see Lara Jean rap; they just perform the chorus.
Spice Girls, “Wannabe”
Who knew Spice Girls’ “Wannabe” would be the best soundtrack to some LJ + PK fan fiction? And who knew Lara Jean and Peter would look so darn cute getting married? Even if it is just a fantasy.
Ages and Ages, “Unsung Songs”
This song plays when the Covey girls find the lock their mother left on Seoul Tower. If it sounds familiar, it might be because Ages and Ages’ “Way Back In” was featured in To All The Boys: P.S. I Still Love You.
Cherry Bullet, “Q&A”
Laureline, “I Love You”
Sandflower slows down the tempo on this cover of Spice Girls’ “Wannabe,” which plays when Lara Jean’s dreams of joining Peter at Stanford for college are dashed. “Wannabe” will never sound the same again.
Jazz Morley, “Me and My Mind”
Jazz Morley’s moody “Me and My Mind” provides a melancholy soundtrack to Lara Jean processing her college rejection by watching videos of other high school seniors reading their acceptances — questionable coping mechanism to say the least.
Johnson, Hawkins, Tatum & Durr, “You’re all I Need To Make It”
It’s hard to hear in the moment, but “You’re All I Need To Make It” is playing at the diner when Peter asks Lara Jean to prom. It’s no dance mob, but their promposal still involves a nice soundtrack — plus there are pancakes.
Little Richard, “Tutti Frutti”
When Lara Jean decides that she and Peter need a song, she decides to let fate take the wheel, only to have fate choose Little Richard’s “Tutti Frutti.” Turns out fate doesn’t always get it right on the first try.
BLACKPINK, “Pretty Savage”
Another classic To All The Boys montage means another K-pop break. This time, Lara Jean packs her bag for the senior trip to BLACKPINK’s “Pretty Savage.”
Lauv, Ryan Riback, “I Like Me Better (Ryan Riback Remix)”
Tom Speight, “Heartshaker”
Peter has definitely learned a lot from watching romance movies with Lara Jean. He takes her out on an after hours exploration of NYC, set to Tom Speight’s “Heartshaker.”
Hippo Campus, “warm glow”