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Grey's Anatomy

Music From Grey’s Anatomy Season 7, Episode 19

Grey's famed music supervisor Alexandra Patsavas has introduced us to some of our favorite artists, and the hits just keep on coming in Season 7. For makeups, break ups, and those cringe-inducing surgeries, check back every week for our weekly roundup of the music from Grey's Anatomy. This week only (May 2, 2011), grab a download of Amy Stroup's track "Love You Strongly" via Amazon — absolutely free!

Little Red
Song: "Slow Motion"
Album: Midnight Remember
Scene: Arizona (Jessica Capshaw), Cristina (Sandra Oh), and Bailey (Chanda Wilson) root Callie (Sara Ramirez) on as she struggles to regain motor control.
I just wanna get up and dance with you
No, that's not really what I wanna do
But when I see you I can just stare
For a moment caught, hanging in mid-air.

Joe Brooks
Song: "These Broken Hands of Mine"
Album: Constellation Me
Scene: Callie sees her daughter for the first time. Aww!
Take a breath, I close my eyes
I am lost but try to find
What it is in this life that gives me strength enough
To fight for something more.

Now Now
Song: "Neighbors"
Album: Neighbors
Scene: Stark (Peter MacNicol) has a tough conversation with Mark (Eric Dane) and April (Sarah Drew) about the necessity of operating on Sofia.
I have taken to the market
Found out what you wanted
Came in through the back door
Tell them that you like it.

Amy Stroup
Song: "Love You Strongly"
Album: The Other Side of Love | Session Two
Scene: Alex (Justin Chambers)'s trailer gets towed. This guy just can't catch a break!
I could think about it a thousand more times
I could think about your love the rest of my life
Oh, I could, oh, I could.

The National
Song: "Vanderlyle Crybaby Geeks"
Album: High Violet
Scene: The bus full of African kids arrives to save Karev's reputation.
Leave your home, change your name
Live alone, eat your cake
Vanderlyle, crybaby, cry, oh the waters are risin'
Still no surprisin' you Vanderlyle, crybaby, cry.

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05.3.2011 / 07:15 PM EDT by Sam Lansky
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