Season 2 (2001 - 2002)
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01 - Sadie, Sadie (22)
"I Found Love" by the Free Design At the very very beginning, in the "Look! Stars Hollows has lots of daisies!
"I'll Be Your Mirror" by The Velvet Underground Lane plays this from her secret closet while on the phone with Rory lamenting her impending Korea trip

02 - Hammers and Veils (23)
"Spring Released" by Grant Lee Phillips At the first scene of Max and Lorelai's wedding shower, up until the little tap-dancers take over
"Love Will Keep Us Together" by Captain and Tennille What Miss Patty's dancers tap to in the gazebo
"One Fine Day" by The Chiffons Starts just before Rory and Dean's make-up kiss, and plays up through Lorelai going to see Luke in the diner
"Until the Real Thing Comes Along" by Dean Martin Right before "Love is Everywhere I Go" starts up. It's an old song, sounds Frank Sinatra-ish, those types
"Love Is Everywhere I Go" by Sam Phillips Right after Jackson tells Sookie he'll move in with her, this song starts up

03 - Red Light on the Wedding Night (24)
"Get Happy" by Judy Garland When Lorelai and co. first enter the drag bar for Lorelai's bachelorette party, a drag queen Judy Garland is lip-syncing to this on stage
"True" by Spandau Ballet Right after "Get Happy," this song starts. It plays while Emily tells the story of her and Richard's great love and through to when Lorelai calls Christopher
"Church of the Poison Mind" by Culture Club At the drag club, after "True." The song Michel "shakes his thing" to

04 - Road Trip to Harvard (25)
"Perfect Situation for a Fool" by Jai Josefs when Lorelai is driving, this comes on the radio, and Rory turns it off
"L-O-V-E" by Irving When Rory and Lorelai enter the college dorms, until they leave
"Gypsies, Tramps, and Thieves" by Cher What the B&Bers are singing while Rory tries to get Lorelai to talk about Max upstairs

05 - Nick & Nora/Sid & Nancy (26)
"This is Hell" by Elvis Costello When Jess walks out into the bright, suddenly-heavily-populated streets of Stars Hollow and observes the merriment
"Girl From Mars" by Ash At the end of the episode, when Jess walks away from Rory after trading book quips and such

06 - Presenting Lorelai Gilmore (27)
"Du Hast" by Rammstein When Christopher returns to the Gilmore home with his new car and Lorelai sees his sound system, he turns this song up
"The Way You Look Tonight" by Frank Sinatra The song Dean and Rory dance to at Miss Patty's, and that Lorelai and Christopher dance to at Miss Patty's to teach Rory and Dean
"Thank Heaven for Little Girls" by Maurice Chevalier As the little debutantes present themselves and Emily and Richard argue in the hall, up to the fan dance
"Jubilee" by Grant Lee Buffalo Sung by Grant Lee Phillips as the Gilmore group passes him post-party

07 - Like Mother, Like Daughter (28)
Barry Manilow, Bryan Adams, Spice Girls, Duran Duran, Dido, Olivia Newton John and The Macarena. Bands and Music listed by Lorelai & Rory at start of show.
"Looks Like We Made It" by Barry Manilow Rory sings this to tease Lorelai
"Know Your Onion" by The Shins The first song Rory listens to in the Chilton cafeteria, when the guidance counselor startles her
"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper While the Chilton mom models walk the catwalk
"It's Alright, Baby" by Komeda At the end of the show, it's the song Rory listens to in the Chilton cafeteria

08 - The Ins and Outs of Inns (29)
"Nothin' is For Sure" by Grant Lee Phillips After the Bad! Jess town meeting, Lorelai and Mia discuss selling the Inn. They walk away and pass Grant Lee Troubadour, who sings this song

09 - Run Away, Little Boy (30)
No Commercial Music Only show jingles used

10 - The Bracebridge Dinner (31)
"Human Behavior" by Bjork When Lorelai and Rory ride home from the dinner and see that the perfect snowman has been decapitated

11 - Secrets and Loans (32)
"Whatevr Will Be, Will Be (Que Sera Sera)" by Doris Day When Lorelai wakes up, all happy, gets coffee, goes outside, and falls through her porch
"One Step Beyond" by Madness During the routine of Lane and the cheerleaders
"Be True To Your School" by Grant Lee Phillips Right after the pep rally, sung by Grant Lee Troubadour, through Rory and Lane's make-up conversation

12 - Richard in Stars Hollow (33)
"A Foggy Day in London Town" by Frank Sinatra On the stereo at Emily and Richard's when Richard returns home from Stars Hollow, as Emily tells him about her day, and then when Richard goes into his study alone and sad, into the end title

13 - A-Tisket, A-Tasket (34)
No Commercial Music Only show jingles used

14 - It Should've Been Lorelai (35)
"Legal Man" by Belle and Sebastian During the secret CD drop-off into Lane's bag

15 - Lost and Found (36)
"Price Yeah!" by Pavement What Jess is sleeping to
"What A Wonderful World" by Joey Ramone At the end of the show, when Luke interrupts Jess to knock a hole in his apartment wall

16 - There's The Rub (37)
"Deora AR Mo Chroi" by Enya While Lorelai is having her facial alone, and Emily goes to her room and begins chatting
"I Can't Give You Anything But Love, Baby" by Marty and Elayne When Lorelai and Emily first enter the bar where they go for dinner and to escape the spa
"Come Fly With Me" by Marty and Elayne At the bar, when the "silver fox" first goes to talk to Lorelai and Emily. It's the song Elayne announces is the "tribute to the chairman of the board
"Fly Me to the Moon" by Marty and Elayne Right after "Come Fly With Me" ends, while Mr. Fox asks Emily to dance
"Someone to Watch Over Me" by Marty and Elayne The song Emily and silver fox dance to; then she freaks and leaves him
"Stayin' Alive" by Marty and Elayne At the bar after "Someone to Watch Over Me" ends; while Lorelai and Emily argue about whose fault the night is. ("You let me get 60-40'd!)

17 - Dead Uncles and Vegetables (38)
" Wake Me Up (Before You Go Go)" by Grant Lee Phillips When Lorelai and Rory pass Grant Lee Troubadour on their way to an overcrowded Luke's Diner
"Jeannie" Theme from I Dream of Jeannie by Buddy Kaye and Hugo Montenegro On the TV when Rory goes to retrieve Jess and make him work at Luke's

18 - Back in the Saddle Again (39)
No Commercial Music Only show jingles used

19 - Teach Me Tonight (40)
"Car Song" by Elastica When Jess and Rory drive on their way back from getting ice cream
"White Lines" by Grandmaster and Melle Mel The song Kirk dances to in "a film by kirk

20 - Help Wanted (41)
"Heavy Metal Drummer" by Wilco In Sophie's Music store, when Lane first enters it, and throughout her scene there
"Hava Nagila" a Jewish folk song the song the little Rabbi statue dances to when Rory retrieves money from under it (just before Lane calls and just after she listens to Lorelai's message)

21 - Lorelai's Graduation Day (42)
"52 Girls" by B-52's While Lorelai celebrates her impending graduation with margaritas
"Dance This Mess Around" by B-52's While Rory talks to Jess on the phone, right after "52 Girls" ends
"O'Oh" by Yoko Ono While Jess and Rory walk through New York to get food, and then again as they go into the subway to get to the record store
"Monkey Gone to Heaven" by the Pixies Inside the record store while Jess and Rory browse

22 - I Can't Get Started (43)
"I Can't Get Started" by Ella Fitzgerald At the very beginning, when Sookie's trying to decide on a wedding song, and at the end, during her wedding
"You're Just in Love" from Call Me Madame The song Miss Patty and Babette duet to (Morey on piano) at Sookie's wedding
"Walking After Midnight" by Patsy Cline
Sung by Kirk (Morey on piano) at Sookie's wedding
"Mamma Mia" by ABBA In the extra scene Lorelai sings it just before Rory hits the golf ball.
"When The Saints Go Marchin' In" In the extra scene when Rory gets the ball in the wind mill at the miniture golf.