Season 3 (2002 - 2003)
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01 - Those Lazy-Hazy-Crazy Days (44)
"Those Lazy Hazy Crazy Days of Summer" by Nat King Cole Throughout the Stars Hollow festival, played by the band Taylor hired

02 - Haunted Leg (45)
Unknown Classical Music Plays while waiting for Friday night dinner in the teaser at the start of the episode
Unknown Music Plays in Luke's dinner at start of the scene when Lorelai has a cold.
No other Commercial Music Show jingles used

03 - Application Anxiety (46)
"Baby Face" by the Brady Kids Playing on the Brady Bunch Hour episode Lorelai and Rory watch in the teaser
"Smile" by Grant-Lee Phillips At the end of the episode, as Luke and Taylor argue and then Rory and Lorelai walk past the troubadour (Grant Lee Phillips)
"Tiny Cities Made of Ashes" by Modest Mouse At the beginning of the episode, coming from Rory's room, while Lorelai and Rory look over Lane's ad, before The Ramones starts
"I Wanna Be Sedated" by the Ramones While Lane trimmed down her advertisement at the Gilmores
"Big in Japan" by Tom Waits In the Harvard outcast daughter's room when Rory discovers her during the lunch

04 - One's Got Class and the Other One Dyes (47)
"London Calling" by The Clash The song Dave's band rehearses to
"Funky Days are Back Again" by Cornershop The song Rory listens to while she and Lane are on the phone
"Naima" by John Coltrane The song Lane listens to while she and Rory are on the phone
"Hello Dolly" by Louis Armstrong What Lorelai sings to Luke over the phone in her Louis Armstrong voice to convince him to go to the school
"Love Burns" by BRMC What Jess had on the radio when Lorelai came over
"Margaritaville" Jimmy Buffett The song Lorelai ask Luke to sing, because he's a Jimmy Buffett Fan
"Cities in Dust" by Siouxsie and the Banshees When Rory bleaches Lane's hair
"I Don't Mind" by Slumber Party When Rory dyes Lane's hair

05 - Eight O'Clock at the Oasis (48)
"Midnight at the Oasis" by Maria Muldaur When Rory touchs the clock on the mantel place
Unknown Classical Music Plays while waiting for Friday night dinner at the end of the episode
"Space Odity" by David Bowie "Ground control to Major Tom" Sung by Lorelai at the end of the episode.

06 - Take the Deviled Eggs (49)
"Everybody Have Fun Tonight" by Wang Chung During the baby shower baby games, the one with the spoon and the pass-the-egg one
"Baby Face" by Bennie Davise and Harry Akst What Rory karaokes to at Sherry's baby shower
"Who's That Girl?" by White and Schogger A "nondescript jazz" song that plays throughout Sherry's baby shower, starting when Sherry opens presents
"Fingersnap" by Chucho Merchan The second "nondescript jazz" song at Sherry's baby shower

07 - They Shoot Gilmores, Don't They? (50)
"In The Mood" by Glenn Miller The very beginning of the episode, and the fifth song at the marathon, when the guy collapses and Taylor recounts his magician past
"Sing Sing Sing (With a Swing)" by James Horner Prima The first song the band plays when the dance marathon officially starts
"Walkin' My Baby Back Home" performed by the Swingin Deacons The second song at the dance marathon, played at the 6-hours-elapsed mark, up until the commercial
"I Can't Give You Anything But Love" performed by the Swingin Deacons Third song, at the ?-hour-elapsed mark
"By the Beautiful Sea" performed by the Swingin Deacons Fourth song at the marathon, during the Runaround
"String of Pearls" by Glenn Miller Right after fifth song ends, in the middle of the Sookie/Lorelai conversation
"These Foolish Things" performed by the Swingin' Deacons at the 23-hour mark, during the Dean/Rory fight, up until Kirk's victory
"Gonna Fly Now" Theme from Rocky by Bill Conti When Kirk takes his victory lap after winning the dance marathon

08 - Let the Games Begin (51)
"Then She Appeared" by XTC Rory goes to meet Jess; they kiss

09 - A Deep Fried Korean Thanksgiving (52)
"Man Who Sold the World" by David Bowie The little guitar intro Dave plays before going into the hymn, and then when Dave kisses Lane

10 - That'll Do Pig (53)
"Fillmore Blues" by Chuck Berry At Richard and Emily's during Richard's birthday; it's the present Rory gives him
"Louie Louie" by Richard Berry by the Stars Hollow marching band during the Winter Carnival
"Without a Net" composed by Ken Hiatt second song the Stars Hollow Band plays, as Dean and Jess face off in the school hallway

11 - I Solemnly Swear (54)
"Bad Moon Rising" by Creedence Clearwater Revival At Sookie and Jackson's, when Jackson comes home to the dinner Sookie made for him

12 - Lorelai Out of Water (55)
"Ave Maria" by Franz Schubert What Dave plays at the Kim wedding, accompanied by Lane's relative

13 - Dear Emily and Richard (56)
"99 Luftballons" by Nena What young Lorelai listens to on her Walkman in the hospital waiting room, into the scene with present-day Lorelai entering Sherry's hospital
"Easter Parade" by Judy Garland What Lorelai sings to Emily while walking up the stairs to install the DVD player

14 - Swan Song (57)
"In a Young Man's Mind" by the Mooney Suzuki Dave and band are driving; they stop at a light and see Mrs. Kim
"One For My Baby" by Frank Sinatra Miss Patty sings it during her one-woman show rehearsal

15 - Face-Off (58)
"A Mighty Fortress is Our God" written by Martin Luthor The song Dave's band/Christian combo rehearses to in Rory's garage
"The Star-Spangled Banner" by Francis Scott Key Sung by Miss Patty and Babette at the hockey game
"Amazing Grace" by John Newton Dave's band plays it for Mrs. Kim and friends and the Kim house
"I Get Around" by The Beach Boys Lorelai is talking to Jess about Rory and talks about the Beach Boys song.

16 - The Big One (59)
"Prologue Into the Woods" from the musical Into the Woods What Paris sings to antagonize Brad before the speeches

17 - A Tale of Poes and Fire (60)
No Commercial Music Only show jingles used

18 - Happy Birthday, Baby (61)
"Happy Birthday" by Mildred J. Hill and Dr. Patty Smith Hill Sung to Lorelai on her birthday at Emily and Richard's

19 - Keg! Max! (62)
"Magic Moments" by Perry Como Sung by the party guests at Emily and Richard's Friday night party
"La La" by Shark Quest On radio at start of party
"Fell in Love with a Girl" by The White Stripes First song Lane's band plays
"White Riot" by The Clash Second song Lane's band plays
"Calling All Enthusiasts" by Radio 4 on stereo after Lane's band plays The Clash
"Saccharine" by Sunday's Best While Rory and Jess talk to Dean and Lindsay
"Why" by North Green While Lane is on the phone with Mrs. Kim, and Rory goes upstairs to look for Jess
"Dance To The Underground" by Radio 4 During Jess/Dean fight

20 - Say Goodnight, Gracie (63)
"Wind Beneath My Wings" by Bette Midler Lorelai sings it to Rory to show how proud she is of Rory contributing to the party damage
"The Candy Man" by Sammy Davis, Jr Taylor sings it to the Luke's diner patrons to announce the opening of the store
"Semper Fidelis" by John Phillip Sousa When marching band interrupts the funeral to announce the opening of the soda shoppee
"Suffragette City" by David Bowie While Jess cleans out the diner, and throughout the meeting with his father

21 - Here Comes the Son (64)
"Pipeline" by The Chantays Starts up as soon as Jess steps off the bus in LA
"Catch a Wave" by the Beach Boys As Jess stands on the beach after getting to LA
"Mockingbirds" by Grant Lee Buffalo While Jess looks around his father's vinyl/book-filled room
"Los Angeles" by X Background at Jimmy's hot dog stand when Jess gets there
"One Way or Another" by Blondie After Jess and Jimmy talk near the beach, then return closer to the hot dog stand

22 - Those are Strings, Pinocchio (65)
"Peace Train" by Cat Stevens Lorelai and Rory bump into the Town Troubadour singing this with their giant packs
"Mexican Shuffle" by Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass What Jackson plays during the celebration with Lorelai
"Pomp and Circumstance" written by Edward Elgar As graduates walk to their seats
"Cherish" by The Association
What Brad sings at Graduation