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We couldn’t be more excited that Pretty Little Liars is back, and the Season 4, Episode 13 Halloween special "Grave New World" does not disappoint! Drama, mysteries... and great music. Want to know more about any of the great songs from the episode? Take a look below.

We’ll be updating this post throughout the episode, so stay tuned (and keep refreshing) for updates. Plus, if you scroll to the bottom, you can follow our ongoing Season 4 playlist, which includes all of your fave tunes from PLL!

Song: "Wolf Mother" by The Mynabirds

Scene: Plays when the girls first arrive at the Ravenswood founder’s ball.

Lyrics:

Don't do much these days

Keep the wolves at bay

Don't do much to ease the pain

Heaven's hell, I say

It gets in the way

If we're never gonna reach the top

Why would we even try?

Oh we're tumbling down

We're tumbling down

Cause your ideal is not mine

Yes, we're tumbling down

We're tumbling down

Tumbling, tumbling

I wanna know

Who lets the wolves in

And I can see him tonight

I wanna know

That man in sheepskin

Cause I owe him a fight

In the valley below

Oh a red river flows

It ain't right

I'm gonna add him below

To that river of souls

Tonight

Song: "Youth Knows No Pain" by Lykke Le

Lyrics:

Come laugh away who you are and get down

Who you are, who we are now you're found

To the sun or the bears or the guns

We taking all our vows with your frown

Come on get down

Come on get down

Make a mess, make a bow

Come on get down

Come get down

Mighty youth, here and now

So come on honey cut yourself to pieces

Come on honey give yourself completely

And do it all though you can't believe it

Youth knows no pain

Youth knows no pain


Song: "Disaster" by The Mynabirds

Scene: Plays when Aria helps Lea out of the hole.

Lyrics:

Hold on hold on hold on / Just a minute longer / I got I got your back / I promise to keep you from going under

The walls the walls caved in / And the sky came tumbling after / And the minute we thought we were out of the wreck / Came another great

Disaster, collision / All of the world is tearing at the seams / Disaster, division / What we're turning into / I cannot say / I cannot say


Song: "I Didn't Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier" by Morton Harvey

Scene: Plays in the phone booth when Hanna picks up the phone.

Lyrics:

Ten million soldiers to the war have gone,

Who may never return again.

Ten million mother's hearts must break

For the ones who died in vain.

Head bowed down in sorrow

In her lonely years,

I heard a mother murmur thru' her tears: