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#401 "Coming Home"
Episode #59/128   Original Air Date: 10/04/2000
Episode #1 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Season Premiere! Joey and Pacey return from their three month romantic nautical getaway on True Love. Andie flirts with a french boy.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Learning How To Smile "AM Radio" - Everclear
Album: Learning How To Smile (Capitol)
Website: www.everclearonline.com

Scene: Heard near beginning of episode during the beach scenes with Dawson, Andie, Jack and Jen.

 Artist also heard in episode: #407 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Parking" by The Fuzz

A More Perfect World Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Souvenirs" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: A More Perfect World (Musaic)
Website: www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Heard in various scenes - Joey walking into Dawson's house and sees all the pics on the wall. Dawson walking up to Joey while she sits on the car and while walking her home.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 #308 #316 #319 #409 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 

White Ladder "This Years Love" - David Gray
Album: White Ladder
Website: www.davidgray.com

Scene: Started when Joey walks into the house after seeing Dawson but more prominently heard during the P/J boats scenes near end of episode including while reading to each other.

 Artist also heard in episode: #503 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"If She Would Stay" by Sweetsalt

Jaws Soundtrack "Theme From Jaws" - John Williams
Album: Jaws Soundtrack


Scene: Heard in various scenes at the "Dive-In" when Jaws the movie was playing.

 This song among other various score music from the movie was heard.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Original Score Piece" by Adam Fields
#402 "Failing Down"
Episode #60/128   Original Air Date: 10/11/2000
Episode #2 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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With the return to school, reality hits hard as Jen and Henry break up and Pacey faces the likelihood that he will not graduate. Gretchen (Pacey's sister) brightens the horizons a bit.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Still Waters click to create your own soundtrack
"How Could We Know" - Say-So
Album: Still Waters (Organic)
Website: members.aol.com/saysofans/

Scene: Very beginning of episode as Joey and Pacey are walking outside of school.

 Artist also heard in episode: #100 #103 #203 #409 

Daisies Of The Galaxy "Packing Blankets" - Eels
Album: Daisies Of The Galaxy (Dreamworks)
Website: www.eelstheband.com

Scene: Dawson is speaking with Gretchen in the music store.

 Artist also heard in episode: #417 #423 #503 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #423

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Call It Clear" by Halloween, Alaska

Guest Host "Cavity" - Stew
Album: Guest Host (Telegraph)
Website: www.stewmusic.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey are on the boat sharing a pizza.

Moon Driven World click to create your own soundtrack
"Homecoming" - Five Way Friday
Album: Moon Driven World
Website: www.fivewayfriday.com

Scene: Jack and Jen are talking and she finds out that Jack has been in contact with Henry.

 Artist also heard in episode: #405 

Lost At Sea click to create your own soundtrack
"Alone" - The Lads
Album: Lost At Sea (Cross-Driven)
Website: www.crossdriven.com

Scene: Jen and Dawson at the docks when he tells her that Henry has broken up with her.

 Artist also heard in episode: #411 

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Superman" - Five For Fighting
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.fiveforfighting.com

Scene: End of episode - Joey and Pacey at the dock.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Always Ending" by The Villas
#403 "Two Gentlemen Of Capeside"
Episode #61/128   Original Air Date: 10/18/2000
Episode #3 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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The winds of change are blowing through Capeside as a violent storm threatens lives and forces an unlikely hero to come forward.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" - The Jayhawks
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.thejayhawks.com

Scene: Heard in various scenes after the opening scene... Grams with Jen getting ready for school and Dawson and Joey walking in the hallway...

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"I Wish You Would" by Andrew

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Never Saw Blue Like That" - Shawn Colvin
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.shawncolvin.com

Scene: Heard near end of episode when Pacey went to apologize to Dawson. Also hear in two other scenes previous to this one.

 Artist also heard in episode: #409 #421 #506 #610 
#404 "Future Tense"
Episode #62/128   Original Air Date: 10/25/2000
Episode #4 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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When Joey fears that her college plans will upset her relationship with Pacey, it leads her too having too much to drink at Jen's BD party. While Dawson & Pacey baby-sit her, she says things in front of everyone she will forever regret!



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Floor "Sorry" - Moxie
Album: Floor (28 Days)


Scene: Heard in the montage of scenes as the guidance counseler talks to Andie, Joey, Pacey, Dawson and Jack.

 Artist also heard in episode: #212 #511 #604 #614 

 This band is also known as MOXIEstarpark.

Song & Dance, Man "Something To Say" - Mike Plume Band
Album: Song & Dance, Man
Website: www.mikeplumeband.com

Scene: In the school hallway right after Jack separates his shoulder and the guys come up to wish Jen a happy birthday.

Deadly Hifi "Backstreets" - Filibuster
Album: Deadly Hifi
Website: www.skunk.com/Filibuster

Scene: Dawson and Jen arrive at the birthday party. Continued to when we first see Joey and Pacey at the party.

Supreme Beings Of Leisure "Never The Same" - Supreme Beings Of Leisure
Album: Supreme Beings Of Leisure (Palm Pictures)
Website: www.sbleisure.com

Scene: Jen and Drue talking by the poolside. Heard while Dawson and Joey were talking by the punch bowl.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Pretending To Be Alive" by Red Delicious

Crush Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Sugar Star" - Crushing Velvet
Album: Crush
Website: www.crushingvelvet.com

Scene: This song leads into Dawson and Joey's conversation at the party. And right after when Pacey joins the card game.

 Artist also heard in episode: #414 #620 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #414

Steel-Belted Radio "Five Alive" - Medium
Album: Steel-Belted Radio
Website: www.mp3.com/medium

Scene: Music heard during and just before scenee where Jen and Joey are talking by the dock.

 CD is available at Canadian online retailer HMV or through the band themselves at clubmed@passport.ca

Starmaker "Please, Please (Stacy's Song)" - Julie Plug
Album: Starmaker
Website: www.julieplug.com

Scene: Andie and Jack talking at the party. Andie is bugging Jack about college applications.

 Artist also heard in episode: #312 #314 #315 #322 #511 

 Julie Plug is a band that doesn't even have a band member named Julie. Official site currently unavailabe.

Where It Goes "You Won't Fall" - Lori Carson
Album: Where It Goes (Restless)
Website: www.loricarson.com

Scene: Andie, Jen and Joey by the water talking about where each will be in 5 years.

 Artist also heard in episode: #504 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"I Will" by Rose Ranger

Songs From Dawson's Creek "Respect" - Train
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek (Columbia)
Website: www.trainline.com

Scene: Dawson and Jack talking at the party while Joey comes upon Pacey playing strip poker.

 Artist also heard in episode: #303 

 This song is also expected to be on their next CD release.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Back Of My Mind" by Bill Bonk

Reel Life Vol. 1 "Day Ditty" - Wild Colonials
Album: Reel Life Vol. 1 (Chromatic)
Website: www.wildcolonials.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey walking home from the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #322 #613 

 This is the 3rd song from this CD used in Dawson's Creek.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Give It Away" by Quincy

Wonder click to create your own soundtrack
"What You Don't Know" - Katie Reider
Album: Wonder (Blue Jordan)
Website: www.katiereider.com

Scene: At end of episode while Dawson and Gretchen were talking by the bar.

 Artist also heard in episode: #409 

 CD is available at Katie's official website. Check her site for other clips for her album.
#405 "A Family Way"
Episode #63/128   Original Air Date: 11/01/2000
Episode #5 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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The Leery family may be adding another member, causing several others (Joey) to reconsider sexual responsibility and all it's ramifications.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Run Like This "Everyone" - Five Way Friday
Album: Run Like This
Website: www.fivewayfriday.com

Scene: Andie and Jack at the soccer field talking to the kids they will be coaching.

 Artist also heard in episode: #402 

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Just Another" - Pete Yorn
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.peteyorn.com

Scene: Dawson is photographing Gretchen.

 Artist also heard in episode: #508 #618 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #618

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Wondering" by Scott Laurent

Mantra For The American Jungle "Feel The Movement" - Bright Blue Gorilla
Album: Mantra For The American Jungle
Website: www.brightbluegorilla.com

Scene: Jack is talking to Andie about the sister of the girl on the soccer who was flirting with him.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

White Out "Crest Of Mary" - Verbow
Album: White Out (Epic/550)
Website: www.verbow.com

Scene: Dawson and Gretchen at the bridge, she is telling Dawson about what she went through when she became pregnant. Also heard during the short montage at the end of the episode.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Are We All Alone" by Passenger
#406 "Great Xpectations"
Episode #64/128   Original Air Date: 11/08/2000
Episode #6 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson and Gretchen head to an underground rave while Joey and Pacey tag along. Andie is accepted to Harvard and later experiments with the drug ecstasy (aka XTC).



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Haunted "Hey Pretty" - Poe
Album: Haunted (Atlantic)
Website: www.atlantic-records.com/poe

Scene: Gretchen and Dawson in the record store. Gretchen is trying to convince Dawson to go the rave.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Your Friends" by Slumber Party

OneSongs 50's Volume I "So In Love" - OneMusic Library
Album: OneSongs 50's Volume I


Scene: Song playing when Dawson interrupted Mitch and Gail's candlelight dinner.

 Artist also heard in episode: #309 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #309

 CD comes from a library of pre-licensed music and not available commercially. Actual artist is not identified.

Hang Around "Far From Saved" - Granian
Album: Hang Around
Website: www.granian.com

Scene: Dawson, Gretchen, Pacey and Joey in the car on the way to the rave.

 Artist also heard in episode: #322 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

 Stop by their official website to find out how to get this CD.

Dig Your Own Hole "Block Rockin' Beats" - Chemical Brothers
Album: Dig Your Own Hole (Astralwerks)
Website: www.astralwerks.com/chemical

Scene: Heard outside the rave when the gang arrives as well as when they enter the building.

 Artist also heard in episode: #513 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"The Wonders Of You" by Andy Hunter

Dig Your Own Hole "Setting Sun" - Chemical Brothers
Album: Dig Your Own Hole (Astralwerks)
Website: www.astralwerks.com/chemical

Scene: Heard for a very long time during continuous scenes at the rave. Gretchen and Joey talking about Dawson. Drue and Andie dancing. Paceysitting on the couch outside.

 Artist also heard in episode: #513 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Like This" by Crush

Exit Planet Dust "Leave Home" - Chemical Brothers
Album: Exit Planet Dust (Astralwerks)
Website: www.astralwerks.com/chemical

Scene: Heard as Dawson and Gretchen were "bouncing" at the rave.

 Artist also heard in episode: #513 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Burn" by Andy Hunter

Groove (Soundtrack) "Protocol" - Symbiosis
Album: Groove (Soundtrack) (Reprise/Kinetic)


Scene: Background song at the rave when Andie is placed in the ambulance.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Cosmos" by KG Music

Songbird "Fields Of Gold" - Eva Cassidy
Album: Songbird (Blix Street)
Website: www.evacassidy.com

Scene: Two scenes: Andie in the hospital bed with Jack and Mr. McPhee at her side. And at end of episode when Joey and Dawson were at the docks.

 Artist also heard in episode: #422 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #422
#407 "You Had Me At Goodbye"
Episode #65/128   Original Air Date: 11/15/2000
Episode #7 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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With enough credits to graduate HS, Andie says goodbye to Capeside before attending Harvard on early acceptance. Joey decides between Dawson and Pacey on who should write an essay for her college application on "The Person Who Knows Me The Best".



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Learning How To Smile "Wonderful" - Everclear
Album: Learning How To Smile (Capitol)
Website: www.everclearonline.com

Scene: Heard in 3 scenes. Pacey and Andie in her bedroom. Dawson outside getting ready to paint. Jack sees Jen at the locker and avoids talking to her.

 Artist also heard in episode: #401 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"At The Top Of The World" by Juliana Theory

Coming To Life "Two Wrongs And A Right" - The Normals
Album: Coming To Life (Forefront)
Website: www.thenormals.com

Scene: Dawson is painting the fence thinking about whether or not he should write the essay.

Peel "Freedom From Shame" - Michelle Cummings
Album: Peel
Website: www.michellecummings.com

Scene: Drue tries to convince Jen to forget about her friends. Mr. McPhee and Andie talking in the kitchen. Dawson talking to Joey by the creek.

 Check her official site for CD info.

The Brothers McMullen (MST) "I Will Remember You" - Sarah McLachlan
Album: The Brothers McMullen (MST) (Arista)
Website: www.sarahmclachlan.com

Scene: Played throughout Andie's going away dinner.

 Artist also heard in episode: #103 #112 #624 

 The flip side of Sarah's single "Adia" also has this song. An alternate version of the song is available on her album Mirrorball (live CD).
#408 "The Unusual Suspects"
Episode #66/128   Original Air Date: 11/22/2000
Episode #8 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Someone has pulled the Senior prank of the century when Principal Peskin's boat and golden retriever end up in the school swimming pool with "Class of 2001" inscribed on the sail. Dawson, Pacey and Jack are all considered suspects.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Crazy For This Girl" - Evan and Jaron
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.evanandjaron.com

Scene: Pacey is having a flashback of him and Joey outside the police station while under questioning.

 Artist also heard in episode: #303 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Your Love Never Changes" by Paul Wright

The Green World "After All" - Dar Williams
Album: The Green World (Razor & Tie)
Website: www.darwilliams.com

Scene: Heard when the little girl Molly was crying on the bench with Jack.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"He Hangs Gently" by Tracy Shedd
#409 "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang"
Episode #67/128   Original Air Date: 11/29/2000
Episode #9 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey is hurt when Gretchen takes her place on movie night. Joey and Pacey are shocked when they see Dawson kissing Gretchen under the mistletoe at the Leery's Christmas party.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Hathaway "Sorry Charlie" - Hathaway
Album: Hathaway
Website: www.lasyndicate.com/bands/hathaway.htm

Scene: Joey and Mrs Valentine outside the yacht club. A little bit when Dawson is at the computer finishing up his essay.

 Visit the above link for more info on Hathaway and her CD.

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Teenage Dirtbag" - Wheatus
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.wheatus.com

Scene: Was playing on Jen's radio when Jack came in her room.

 This song is not available on most international releases of Volume 2.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Unending Years" by Ashley Turba
Website: www.cdbaby.com/ashleyturba

Wonder click to create your own soundtrack
"Piece of Soul" - Katie Reider
Album: Wonder
Website: www.katiereider.com

Scene: Gretchen and Joey are in the boutique as Joey looks for a dress.

 Artist also heard in episode: #404 

 Visit Katie's official site for CD info and more song clips for her CD.

Still Waters "Souvenirs" - Say-So
Album: Still Waters (Organic)
Website: members.aol.com/saysofans/

Scene: Joey and Pacey in the school hallway.

 Artist also heard in episode: #100 #103 #203 #402 

What Would Santa Say? "Jingle Bells" - Mark Shane
Album: What Would Santa Say? (Allegro)


Scene: Playing on Mr. Brooks' radio when Dawson enters his house.

 Instrumental

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Joy To The World" by Sidney James

Info Unavailable "String Quartet In C Major "Emperor"" - Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer)
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Classical music heard when Joey and Pacey first arrive at the networking dinner for the college.

 Full title: String Quartet in C Major, op 76, no. 3 ("Emperor")

Merry Christmas "The Christmas Song" - Vikki Carr
Album: Merry Christmas (Laserlight)
Website: www.vikkicarr.net

Scene: Jen is seen arriving at the Leery's party and Gretchen goes up to Dawson's room.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Jingle Bells" by Phil Sillas

Info Unavailable "String Quartet No. 15" - Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer)
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Classical music at the party Joey and Pacey attended. Joey was talking to the snobby girl and later when Joey and Pacey are at the dinner table.

Unavailable on CD "The First Noel" - Adam Fields (Composer)
Album: N/A


Scene: Instrumental piece heard briefly as Jen is outside the Leery's when the counseller congrats Jen on her college application and essay.

 Artist also heard in episode: #101 

 Adam is the Dawson's Creek music composer for Season 4 episodes. He also was the DC composer for season 1.

Unavailable on CD "O Holy Night" - Sue Medley
Album: N/A
Website: www.suemedley.com

Scene: Dawson and Mr. Brooks outside the party when he gives him the book.

 Artist also heard in episode: #303 #304 #313 #317 

 This song was specially recorded by Sue just for this episode.

Holiday Songs And Lullabies "Love Came Down At Christmas" - Shawn Colvin
Album: Holiday Songs And Lullabies (Columbia)
Website: www.shawncolvin.com

Scene: Jack and Grams are talking to Jen about why they filled out her college applications.

 Artist also heard in episode: #403 #421 #506 #610 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #610

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"A Cradle Prayer" by Rebecca St. James

A Very Special Christmas 3 "Christmastime" - Smashing Pumpkins
Album: A Very Special Christmas 3
Website: www.smashingpumpkins.com

Scene: Jack and Jen are on the stairs at the Leery's party.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"It's Christmastime" by Olivia Nuetron Bomb

Unavailable on CD "Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: N/A
Website: www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Dawson and Gretchen kiss under the misletoe at the end of the episode.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 #308 #316 #319 #401 #413 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #610

 This song was specially recorded by Mary Beth for this episode. A full version of the song was not recorded, just 1:30 was.
#410 "Self Reliance"
Episode #68/128   Original Air Date: 12/20/2000
Episode #10 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey tries to cope with her feelings after seeing Dawson and Gretchen kiss. Dawson's colloboration with Brooks begins, rejuvinating his filmmaking spirit. Jen takes Jack to a Gay-Straight Coalition.


There was only 1 song heard in this episode!


Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Trailer Park "Don't Need A Reason" - Beth Orton
Album: Trailer Park (Arista)
Website: www.bethorton.com

Scene: Heard at end of episode when Pacey was helping Joey study, and Dawson and Gretchen outside the Christmas tree lighting.

 Artist also heard in episode: #412 #604 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"The Race" by Deb Pasternak
#411 "The Tao Of Dawson"
Episode #69/128   Original Air Date: 01/10/2001
Episode #11 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Unexpected truths are revealed in Capeside when Dawson admits to Pacey that he has feelings for Gretchen. Joey is locked in a storeroom with Drue.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Broken Boy" - Michal
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.skywithstars.com

Scene: Heard in the car when Pacey and Gretchen were on their way to Nick's house. Was on Dawson's CD mix he gave to Gretchen.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Omerta" by The Belles

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "If I Am" - Nine Days
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.ninedays.com

Scene: Gretchen and Pacey arrive at Nick's house.

 Artist also heard in episode: #303 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Adonais" by Loretta

Lost At Sea click to create your own soundtrack
"Understand" - The Lads
Album: Lost At Sea (Cross-Driven)
Website: www.crossdriven.com

Scene: Nick and Pacey in the hot tub.

 Artist also heard in episode: #402 

Emotional Blur click to create your own soundtrack
"Want Me" - Red Delicious
Album: Emotional Blur
Website: www.red-delicious.com

Scene: Nick is trying to sweet talk Gretchen. Nick gives Pacey the keys to the room.

 Artist also heard in episode: #418 

Learning To Breathe "Love Is The Movement" - Switchfoot
Album: Learning To Breathe
Website: www.switchfoot.com

Scene: Gretchen is telling Pacey about the miscarriage she had.

 Artist also heard in episode: #207 #209 #321 

Emotional Blur click to create your own soundtrack
"Siren" - Red Delicious
Album: Emotional Blur
Website: www.red-delicious.com

Scene: Nick and Gretchen talking just before going upstairs.

 Artist also heard in episode: #418 

Emotional Blur click to create your own soundtrack
"Nocturne" - Red Delicious
Album: Emotional Blur
Website: www.red-delicious.com

Scene: Nick and Gretchen upstairs in his room.

 Artist also heard in episode: #418 

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "I Think God Can Explain" - Splender
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 (C2/Columbia)
Website: www.splender.com

Scene: Heard at the end of the episode during the montage of scenes and when Gretchen goes to meet Dawson at his house.

 An alternate version of this song (album cut) can be found on their debut CD "Halfway Down The Sky".

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Girls Don't Cry" by Stewart Foehl
#412 "The Te Of Pacey"
Episode #70/128   Original Air Date: 01/17/2001
Episode #12 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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When Joey helps plan a surprise party for Pacey's b-day, she ends up getting more than she bargained for. Pacey's family creates a nightmare situation for all involved. Gretchen keeps putting off her and Dawson's first official date.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Info Unavailable "Night and Day" - Ella Fitzgerald
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: Grams and Jen are doing arts and crafts in the kitchen.

 This song is available on a few Ella Fitzgerald compilation CDs.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"I Want To Tell You" by One Songs Music Library

All The World's America "Jello" - Arlibido
Album: All The World's America
Website: www.arlibido.com

Scene: Jen and Tobey in the car driving to pick up the drunk kids at the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #509 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #509

 CD is available in Canada or buy online at Canadian music sites HMV.com or CDPlus.com.

Kung Pow "Rock Out" - 6X
Album: Kung Pow (Daemon Records)
Website: www.listen.to/6x

Scene: Jen and Tobey driving the drunk students.

Sweetsalt click to create your own soundtrack
"Camelot" - Sweetsalt
Album: Sweetsalt
Website: www.sweetsalt.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey in the car looking for Pacey.

 Artist also heard in episode: #522 

 This CD is available in Canada but you can buy online at Canadian retailers HMV or CDPlus.

Maybe click to create your own soundtrack
"Loving You" - Tammy Raybould
Album: Maybe
Website: www.tammyraybould.com

Scene: Jen and Tobey in the van after leaving Pacey's party. Jen tries to get Tobey to admit he likes Jack.

 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

Best Bit "Lean On Me" - Beth Orton
Album: Best Bit (Arista)
Website: www.bethorton.com

Scene: End of episode... begins with Joey and Pacey and while the fireworks were going off.

 Artist also heard in episode: #410 #604 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Where You Are" by Clare Burson
#413 "Hopeless"
Episode #71/128   Original Air Date: 01/31/2001
Episode #13 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey and Pacey double date with Drue and Anna. Anna finds an interest in Pacey. Dawson goes out with Gretchen and her friends but feels humilated as the evening accentuates the gap between their ages.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Louis Armstrong's All Time Greatest Hits "What A Wonderful World" - Louis Armstrong
Album: Louis Armstrong's All Time Greatest Hits


Scene: Dawson turns on the radio for Mr. Brooks and this song is playing.

 Song is available on many Armstrong and jazz compilations as well as various movie soundtracks.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Walk With Me" by Roger Tarry
Website: www.rogertarry.net

Love Jones (Soundtrack) "Hopeless" - Dionne Farris
Album: Love Jones (Soundtrack) (Columbia)
Website: www.dionnefarris.com

Scene: Gretchen and her friends are singing this song in the truck on the way to the club. They even mention the artist in the scene.

 Song only available on this soundtrack. Dionne has a CD available. Check official site for more info.

Firecracker "Firecracker" - John Lardieri
Album: Firecracker
Website: www.johnlardieri.com

Scene: Very briefly heard as Dawson and Gretchen enter the club and Dawson gets his hand stamped for Under 21.

 Artist also heard in episode: #617 

 This CD is available online at CDstreet.com. (hear samples).

The Flying Cordovas "Give You The World" - The Flying Cordovas
Album: The Flying Cordovas
Website: www.flyingcordovas.com

Scene: Dawson, Gretchen and the girls are sitting at the table in club just before Mary Beth came on stage.

A More Perfect World Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Waiting For A Sign" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: A More Perfect World (Musaic Records)
Website: www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Mary Beth is on stage at the club singing. Song is also heard at the end of the episode when Joey and Pacey are kissing by the window and when Dawson finds Mr. Brooks on the floor.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 #308 #316 #319 #401 #409 #420 #423 #501 #515 #610 
#414 "A Winter's Tale"
Episode #72/128   Original Air Date: 02/07/2001
Episode #14 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson tends to a near-death Mr. Brooks while his class attends the senior ski trip. Pacey and Joey find a way to keep warm on a cold night. Jack and Jen share an unexpected romantic moment.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
sadderdaydreaming "Impossible" - Brian Charles
Album: sadderdaydreaming
Website: www.hearbox.com

Scene: Opening scene as everyone is getting on the bus for the class trip.

Subtle "Hideaway" - Epstein's Mother
Album: Subtle
Website: www.epsteinsmother.com

Scene: On the bus when the chaperon was taking attendence.

Splytz "Do It Again" - Splytz
Album: Splytz
Website: splytz.iuma.com

Scene: Everyone is getting off the bus at the lodge. Drue hands out the keys.

 Artist also heard in episode: #514 

 CD is available through their official site. Listen to clips from the CD at their IUMA artist page.

Welcome To The Static "Sucker For The Count" - Revelation Darling
Album: Welcome To The Static (Hero Recordings)
Website: www.revelationdarling.com

Scene: Bar scene... all the guys pulled a condom out of their wallet except for Pacey who said he left it in the room.

 You can hear a full version of this song at their official site. CD also available through their official site.

So Far So Good "Summer Of '69" - Bryan Adams
Album: So Far So Good


Scene: Playing at the outdoor skating rink.

 Artist also heard in episode: #110 

 This is a "Best Of" cd. Song is also available on his CD "Reckless".

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Carry Me Through" by Yell Leaders

sadderdaydreaming "Dumb Love" - Brian Charles
Album: sadderdaydreaming
Website: www.hearbox.com

Scene: Briefly heard as Pacey meets Anna outside the hot tub.

Crush Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Sugar Star" - Crushing Velvet
Album: Crush
Website: www.crushingvelvet.com

Scene: Pacey is talking to Anna by the fireplace, denying her advances.

 Artist also heard in episode: #404 #620 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #404

Radford "How Does It Feel" - Radford
Album: Radford
Website: www.radfordonline.com

Scene: Joey comes upon Pacey after he ditches Anna and they head back to the room.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Far Away" by Thomas Sandstrom

Tears Of Joy "Takes My Breath Away" - Tuck & Patti
Album: Tears Of Joy (Windham Hill)
Website: www.tuckandpatti.com

Scene: Pacey and Joey go "all the way" just as the episode ends.

 Artist also heard in episode: #302 

 Song is also available on their "Best Of.." CD.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"I Will Love You" by Fisher
#415 "Four Stories"
Episode #73/128   Original Air Date: 02/14/2001
Episode #15 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Jen is sent to a psychologist by Mr Kasdan. Joey and Pacey oversleep at the lodge and find themselves confronted with tensions that accompany the latest developments in their relationship. Dawson asks Joey if she slept with Pacey.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Press On Good Captain "Spectre Chase" - King Lear Jet
Album: Press On Good Captain
Website: www.kinglearjet.com

Scene: Joey reading the magazine when Pacey comes over to give her chocolate heart candy.

 Check the official site for more clips and CD info.

Come To Where I'm From "In The Sun" - Joseph Arthur
Album: Come To Where I'm From (Virgin)
Website: www.josepharthur.com

Scene: Joey steps outside and sits on the bench. Joey explains to Pacey what "nice" meant.

 Artist also heard in episode: #614 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Your Time" by Adam Tenenbaum

This Desert Life "Color Blind" - Counting Crows
Album: This Desert Life (Universal/Geffen)
Website: www.countingcrows.com

Scene: Dawson and Gretchen arrive back to Mr. Brooks' house after the funeral.

 Artist also heard in episode: #310 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Silent Fear" by Schiavo

Dressed Up Like Nebraska "The White Trash Period Of My Life" - Josh Rouse
Album: Dressed Up Like Nebraska (Slow River/Rykodisc)
Website: www.joshrouse.com

Scene: Dawson outside Mr. Brooks' house after Grams leaves.

 Artist also heard in episode: #218 #416 #606 

The Glory Of Gershwin "But Not For Me" - Elvis Costello
Album: The Glory Of Gershwin


Scene: Joey and Dawson bump into each other outside the movie theatre.

 Remake of a Gershwin/Gershwin tune.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Love Is The Name Of The Game" by Kenny Washington & Joe Evans

Doo Wop "Heart And Soul" - Bruce Patch
Album: Doo Wop (OneMusic Library)


Scene: Song playing in the diner when Dawson and Joey were there.

 CD is from a pre-licensed music library, not available commercially (VOC020L). Actual artist is not identified.

The Glory Of Gershwin "They Can't Take That Away From Me" - Lisa Stansfield
Album: The Glory Of Gershwin (Polydor/Polygram)
Website: www.lisa-stansfield.com

Scene: Dawson and Joey walking along the dock. They stop to get coffee.

 Remake of a George and Ira Gershwin tune.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Somewhere In A Dream" by Nat Johnson & Joe Evans
#416 "Mind Games"
Episode #74/128   Original Air Date: 02/28/2001
Episode #16 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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The results of the senior poll have ramifications for Dawson, Joey and Pacey as the 3 try to ignore the tauntings of pollmaster Drue Valentine. Dawson finds a night alone with Gretchen more awkward than he expected.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
From The Fifty-Second Story click to create your own soundtrack
"Windows" - Amy Cook
Album: From The Fifty-Second Story
Website: www.amycook.com

Scene: As Joey arrives at Pacey's house to spend the night.

 Artist also heard in episode: #421 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #421

Home "Laughter" - Josh Rouse
Album: Home (Slow River/Rykodisc)
Website: www.joshrouse.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey, the morning after in Pacey's kitchen.

 Artist also heard in episode: #218 #415 #606 

Things We Lost In The Fire "In Metal" - Low
Album: Things We Lost In The Fire (Kranky)
Website: www.chairkickers.com

Scene: Joey and Pacey walking along the beach.
#417 "Admissions"
Episode #75/128   Original Air Date: 04/11/2001
Episode #17 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Past, present, and future collide when the group is forced to make some serious decisions about where they'll attend college.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
All About Chemistry "Chemistry" - Semisonic
Album: All About Chemistry (Universal)
Website: www.semisonic.com

Scene: Opening scene with Jen and Joey in the school cafeteria.

 Artist also heard in episode: #205 #217 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"The Whole World" by Holland

Shapeshifter "Bye Bye" - Marcy Playground
Album: Shapeshifter (Capitol)
Website: www.marcyplayground.com

Scene: Joey, Pacey, and Dawson in the school hallway right after Joey found out she was accepted to Worthington.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Gonna Get Out" by The Figgs

Amazing Ordinary Things "More Than This" - Anne McCue
Album: Amazing Ordinary Things (Relentless Records)
Website: www.annemccue.com

Scene: Heard in the background when Jack and Jen were alone at Joey's party.

 Amazing Ordinary Things CD can be ordered through her official website, where you can also hear a full-length clip of the song.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Afraid" by Quincy

Daisies Of The Galaxy "The Sound Of Fear" - Eels
Album: Daisies Of The Galaxy (Dreamworks)
Website: www.eelstheband.com

Scene: Jack and Jen staring at the fishbowl.

 Artist also heard in episode: #402 #423 #503 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Some Things Hold True" by Paul Cargnello
#418 "Eastern Standard Time"
Episode #76/128   Original Air Date: 04/18/2001
Episode #18 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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It's Senior Ditch Day.. Joey finds herself accompanying Jen on an excursion to New York City. Drue and Pacey are the only ones in school on this day. Gretchen and Dawson take off on a road trip.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Info Unavailable "Last Lament" - Susan James
Album: Info Not Available
Website: www.susanjames.com

Scene: Opening scene in Dawson's room with Gretchen and Dawson.

 No further info is available.

On How Life Is "I Can't Wait To Meetchu" - Macy Gray
Album: On How Life Is (Epic)
Website: www.macygray.com

Scene: Jen and Joey arriving in NY's Grand Central Station.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Free" by Julie Kim

Emotional Blur click to create your own soundtrack
"Bring You Down" - Red Delicious
Album: Emotional Blur
Website: www.red-delicious.com

Scene: Jen and Joey meet Jen's long lost friend at the cafe.

 Artist also heard in episode: #411 

Revolution "You Belong To Me" - Hypnogaja
Album: Revolution
Website: www.hypnogaja.com

Scene: Jen and Joey in the streets of NYC -- Jen admits to Joey she is hear to see her Dad.

Distillation "Love In 2 Parts" - Erin McKeown
Album: Distillation
Website: www.erinmckeown.com

Scene: Gretchen and Dawson in town walking towards the garage after his truck got a flat.

Just What The Doctor Ordered "The Preacher" - Frostbit Blue
Album: Just What The Doctor Ordered
Website: www.frostbitblue.com

Scene: Gretchen is in the diner ordering food for her and Dawson.

 See the band's official site for CD info.

Sometimes I Cry "Sad Eyed Woman" - Tricky Woo
Album: Sometimes I Cry (Sonic Unyon)
Website: www.trickywoo.com

Scene: Played as Drue and Pacey entered the bar and later doing shots.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 

Hook Slide And Sinker "The World Is Crazy" - John Campbelljohn
Album: Hook Slide And Sinker
Website: www.campbelljohn.ca

Scene: The bartender comes over to Pacey and Drue's table right after Pacey won all the money in the card game.

Breach "Letters From The Wasteland" - Wallflowers
Album: Breach (Interscope)
Website: www.wallflowers.com

Scene: Jen and Joey by the bridge near Wall Street -- Jen leaves her.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Looked Around" by Frank Jordan

Make You Love click to create your own soundtrack
"Show Me" - Vanessa Daou
Album: Make You Love (EQ8R)
Website: www.vanessadaou.com

Scene: Dawson and Gretchen by the fire, Dawson tells Gretchen he loves her.

 Artist also heard in episode: #508 #615 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Fearless" by Amber Asfour

The Trinity Session "Sweet Jane" - Cowboy Junkies
Album: The Trinity Session (RCA)
Website: www.cowboyjunkies.com

Scene: Heard during the montage of scenes at end of episode. Jen and Joey leave NYC to go back to Capeside.

 Artist also heard in episode: #207 

 Jen mentioned this song to the psychatrist near the beginning of the episode.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Every So Often" by Jennifer Gibson
#419 "Late"
Episode #77/128   Original Air Date: 04/25/2001
Episode #19 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Joey realizes that she could be pregnant and Pacey is nowhere to be found. Gretchen considers taking an out-of-town job. Jack learns Tobey falls victim to a vicious hate crime.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Joan Baez: Greatest Hits "Forever Young" - Joan Baez
Album: Joan Baez: Greatest Hits (A & M Records)
Website: www.joanbaez.com

Scene: Heard during the baby shower for Gale. Also heard at end of episode as everyone gathers around the new baby.

 Song is also available on her "best of" and "collection" CDs.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"One Life" by Karen Grenier

Micah Green "Family Circus" - Micah Green
Album: Micah Green
Website: www.micahgreen.com

Scene: Joey is over at Gretchen's.

 Visit Micah's official site for info on purchasing this CD.

Small Potatoes "Why Walk When You Can Fly?" - Karen Blake
Album: Small Potatoes
Website: www.karenblakemusic.com

Scene: Started when Joey and Pacey were on the phone and while Dawson and Gretchen were kissing at the end of the episode.

 No further info is available at this time.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Remind Me" by Fisher
#420 "Promicide"
Episode #78/128   Original Air Date: 05/02/2001
Episode #20 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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The senior prom brings some pleasant surprises as well as some unexpected heartbreak to the group.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Harsh Light Of Day "You're An Ocean" - Fastball
Album: Harsh Light Of Day
Website: www.fastballmusic.com

Scene: Jen and Gretchen are trying on prom dresses while Jack and Dawson on trying on tuxedos in another store.

 Artist also heard in episode: #201 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"How Good It Can Be" by The 88

Useful Music "I've Changed (Alternate Version)" - Josh Joplin Group
Album: Useful Music (Artemis)
Website: www.joshjoplingroup.com

Scene: The gang stops by the market on the way to the prom.

 This is the alternate version of the song that is the last track on the CD.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Some Way Out" by The Ashgrove

Oberon "Ruby's Gone" - Eva Trout
Album: Oberon (Shock)
Website: www.evatrout.com.au

Scene: Background song as Dawson and Gretchen arrive at the prom.

 Artist also heard in episode: #503 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #503

 Band from Australia. CD is only available as an import in the USA.

Basement Factory Of Desire "Talk Show" - Dig Deeper
Album: Basement Factory Of Desire
Website: www.digdeeper.ontheweb.nu

Scene: Pacey and Joey are walking up to another deck on the boat and are talking about "what's wrong".

 Band is from Canada.

Info Unavailable "Sundrop" - Ego
Album: Info Not Available


Scene: A drunken Jen and Drue on the deck, Drue is trying to get her to stop drinking.

 Australian band. Cover art is from CD single of the song.

Sign Of Truth "Roses Around My Feet" - Tish Hinojosa
Album: Sign Of Truth (Rounder)
Website: www.mundotish.com

Scene: Dawson goes over to Joey to see what's wrong.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Over Again" by Paradiso

Invincible Summer "When We Collide" - K.D. Lang
Album: Invincible Summer (Warner)
Website: www.kdlang.com

Scene: Tobey asks Jack to dance. Pacey sees Dawson and Joey dancing together.

When I Was You "Wonderful Thing" - Vagabond Lovers
Album: When I Was You (Monarch Records)
Website: www.vagabondlovers.com

Scene: Pacey confronts Dawson and Joey while they dance. Pacey starts to yell at Joey.

Supernatural Buy/View click to create your own soundtrack
"Aftershocks" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Supernatural (Musaic Records)
Website: www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Joey crying in Dawson's arm after getting yelled at by Pacey. Drue helps Jen before she falls off the boat.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 #308 #316 #319 #401 #409 #413 #423 #501 #515 #610 

 CD also available at her official site.

Sid Six "20one" - Sid Six
Album: Sid Six (Rcd Music)
Website: www.sidsix.com

Scene: Gretchen and Pacey talking. Gretchen is telling Pacey she is too old to be at the prom.

 Check their official site for CD info.

No Angel "Take My Hand" - Dido
Album: No Angel (Arista)
Website: www.aristarec.com/aristaweb/Dido

Scene: Tobey and Jack kiss.

 Artist also heard in episode: #320 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Easy Words" by Freebird

As Ever It Is "Whadify" - Everett Bradley
Album: As Ever It Is
Website: www.everettbradley.com

Scene: Momentarily heard right before Gretchen breaks up with Dawson.

 Visit his official site or check out www.cdbaby.com for more info on purchasing the CD.
#421 "Separation Anxiety"
Episode #79/128   Original Air Date: 05/09/2001
Episode #21 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson and Joey are hopeful that some unexpected turns of events may resuscitate their ailing relationships with Gretchen and Pacey respectively. Jen makes an important decision but Jack makes her rethink it.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Unavailable on CD "Dead Yet" - Mud'l Head
Album: N/A
Website: www.billhouse.net

Scene: Jack and Jen talking in the school cafeteria.

 Artist also heard in episode: #209 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #209

 The band now calls themselves Billhouse. This song is from a demo CD sent in by the band.

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Show Me Heaven" - Jessica Andrews
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.jessicaandrews.com

Scene: Heard for a brief moment with the shots of all the homes and then to Dawson in his room before Gail comes in with his sister.

 Artist also heard in episode: #323 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"True North" by Stephanie Corby

Far From Over "Write Me A Song" - Edwin McCain
Album: Far From Over (Atlantic)
Website: www.edwinmccain.com

Scene: Joey at Pacey's house inviting him to the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #112 #318 #623 

 Song clip courtesy of Atlantic Records.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Walk On" by Stewart Foehl

From The Fifty-Second Story click to create your own soundtrack
"Windows" - Amy Cook
Album: From The Fifty-Second Story
Website: www.amycook.com

Scene: Pacey stops by Joey's house to pick her up to go to the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #416 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #416

Whole New You "One Small Year" - Shawn Colvin
Album: Whole New You (Columbia)
Website: www.shawncolvin.com

Scene: Dawson telling Gretchen that he wants to go away with her.

 Artist also heard in episode: #403 #409 #506 #610 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Capacity" by Karen Grenier

Rock N Roll Singer "Around And Around" - Mark Kozelek
Album: Rock N Roll Singer (Badman)
Website: www.badmanrecordingco.com

Scene: Gretchen at Dawson's house and while Pacey drops off Joey at her house after the party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #504 
 CD available for purchase at CDBaby.com.

 This song is a cover of a John Denver tune.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Run" by Montana

Going Somewhere Buy/View "Waiting For My Real Life To Begin" - Colin Hay
Album: Going Somewhere (MusicBlitz)
Website: www.colinhay.com

Scene: End of episode during montage of scenes and with Dawson and Joey by the dock.

 Artist also heard in episode: #611 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Grow Up" by Stewart Foehl
#422 "The Graduate"
Episode #80/128   Original Air Date: 05/16/2001
Episode #22 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Dawson and friends graduate from Capeside High. Joey gives a speech. Jen and Drue get caught in a senior prank.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Maroon "Pinch Me" - Barenaked Ladies
Album: Maroon (Warner/Reprise)
Website: www.barenakedladies.com

Scene: Heard in the background as Dawson and Joey arrived at the pre-graduation party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #103 #207 #213 #220 #523 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Inspiration" by Fooled By April

Sing When You're Winning "If It's Hurting You" - Robbie Williams
Album: Sing When You're Winning (Capitol)
Website: www.robbiewilliams.com

Scene: Dawson is explaining to Andie about his break-up with Gretchen.

Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Tangled" by Adam Tenenbaum

Unavailable on CD "Dream Too Small" - Amy Dalley
Album: N/A (Ten Ten Music)
Website: www.amydalley.com

Scene: Pacey is telling Andie that he passed his final and is graduating.

 Song only made available on demo recording at this time.

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Seamless" by Amilia K Spicer

Dragmatic (EP) click to create your own soundtrack
"If" - Dragmatic
Album: Dragmatic (EP)
Website: www.dragmatic.com

Scene: Pacey spots Joey alone at a table near the end of the graduation party.

 Artist also heard in episode: #307 #506 #623 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #307  #623

Living Under June "Good Mother" - Jann Arden
Album: Living Under June (Universal/Polygram)
Website: www.jannarden.com

Scene: Bessie is applying lipstick on Joey just before they head over to the graduation ceremony.

 Artist also heard in episode: #100 #101 #110 #320 #323 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #100

 Same song heard in the first ever episode in season one when Bessie was applying lipstick to Joey.

Songbird "Fields Of Gold" - Eva Cassidy
Album: Songbird (Blix Street)
Website: www.evacassidy.com

Scene: Heard at the graduation ceremony, during and after Joey's speech.

 Artist also heard in episode: #406 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #406

 The "Graduation Song" as selected by executive producer Paul Stupin from among your submitted suggestions.
#423 "Coda"
Episode #81/128   Original Air Date: 05/23/2001
Episode #23 on the Season 4 DVD set
Score Music By: Adam Fields

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Season 4 Finale! Dawson's goodbyes come earlier than expected when he's accepted to a summer program at USC. Jen bids farewell to Gram's house as it's sold.



Featured Songs
Note: Songs listed in order heard. Sometimes, a song may be heard in more than one scene so you may need to read all scene descriptions to find a song you're looking for. Audio clips may not be reflective of sample heard in the episode.
 
Daisies Of The Galaxy "Packing Blankets" - Eels
Album: Daisies Of The Galaxy (Dreamworks)
Website: www.eelstheband.com

Scene: Dawson, Joey, Jack, and Jen hanging out by the fountain.

 Artist also heard in episode: #402 #417 #503 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #402

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Call It Clear" by Halloween, Alaska

Reggae Anthology "Two By Two" - Les Vegas/C.J. Webbe
Album: Reggae Anthology (Chappell Library)


Scene: Reggae music heard when we see Pacey for the first time on the boat which is docked.

 Artist is not identified. CD is from a licensed music library available for TV and films.

Pink Pearl "Rock Me To Sleep" - Jill Sobule
Album: Pink Pearl (Beyond)
Website: www.jillsobule.com

Scene: Heard in 2 scenes... Jack and Dawson walking to the movies, talking about saying goodbye to Joey. Heard after as they are all leaving the movie theater.

 Artist also heard in episode: #321 

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"Sometimes" by Andrea England

Rare On Air: Vol 1 KCRW Live Performances "How You've Grown" - Natalie Merchant
Album: Rare On Air: Vol 1 KCRW Live Performances (Mammoth Records)
Website: www.nataliemerchant.com

Scene: Dawson saying goodbye to Joey on her porch.

 Artist also heard in episode: #216 #217 

 Natalie performed the studio version of this song with 10,000 Maniacs. For info on this album series, check out www.kcrwmusic.com

 
Click for DVD Music info Season 4 DVD replacement song:
"This Is Why" by Tammy Raybould

Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2 "Daydream Believer" - Mary Beth Maziarz
Album: Songs From Dawson's Creek Volume 2
Website: www.marybethmusic.com

Scene: Two scenes. First heard as Dawson and Joey meet each other outside his house on their way to see each other. Later as the episode ends with Dawson and Joey kissing by the window.

 Artist also heard in episode: #301 #308 #316 #319 #401 #409 #413 #420 #501 #515 #610 
 This song was also heard in episode:  #319  #501

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