POPULAR SONG LIST


"100 Years," Joey Dyser. Vicky Hudson and Jake McKinnon talk while sharing a bottle of wine, scene at Vicky Hudson's apartment, June 24, 1988; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady begin to make love as Vicky Hudson asks Jake McKinnon to leave after she rejects his suggestion that they start a relationship, June 27, 1988

"2 Air," Academy of St. Martin in the Fields. Music for Zane Lindquist's memorial service, August 14-15, 1986

"3AM At The Border Of The Marsh From Okefenoke," Tangerine Dream. Reginald Love (voice only) in Paraguay, July 22, 1986; Scott LaSalle, Vince, Mary, Kathleen, M.J., and Cheryl McKinnon, Ada Hobson, Maisie Watkins, Mac Cory, Felicia Gallant, Nancy McGowan, and Julie Ann Edwards, October 6-7, 1986

"A Change of Heart," David Sanborn. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant hotel scene, June 26, 1987

"A Groovy Kind Of Love," Version by Phil Collins. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory after their romantic evening is interrupted by Evan Frame's call, scene in Sam and Amanda's loft, November 15, 1988

"A Second Chance," Jeffrey Osborne. Lisa Grady rejects Adam Cory's efforts to discuss the kiss they shared, scene at Mary's Place, April 18, 1988; Cass Winthrop daydreams about his time with Nicole Love, June 8, 1988

"A Time For Love," Bill Evans. Mac Cory and Elena DePoulignac at L'Auberge, July 21, 1982

"A Very Special Holiday," The Whispers. Amanda Cory, Mac Cory, Ada Hobson, Lisa Grady, and Rachel Cory decorate a Christmas tree, December 14, 1987

"A Walk in the Forest," Brian Crain. Kopper Kettle scene featuring Bill Matthews and Missy Palmer, January 25, 1966

"Abacab," Genesis. Catlin Ewing and Ross, fencing fight during a Majorca location sequence, November 29, 1984

"Abracadabra," Steve Miller Band. Frankie Frame gives Sharlene Frame a makeover for John Hudson at the Frame farm, June 12, 1989

"Acceleration Waltz," Composed by Johann Strauss II. Iris Wheeler dreams of dancing with Mac Cory, March 3, 1994

"Actions Speak Louder Than Words," David Allan Coe. Jason and Jamie Frame in the kitchen of the Frame farm, March 31, 1988

"Adeste Fideles," Andrea Bocelli. Mac Cory, Rachel Cory, Ada Hobson, and Matthew Cory scene in the Cory Mansion, December 25, 1986

"Addicted To Love," Robert Palmer. Ada Hobson, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, January 22, 1987; Julie Ann Edwards, Vince McKinnon, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 24, 1988

"Ain't No Cure For Love," Version by Jennifer Warnes. Jason Frame and Vicky Hudson at the Frame farm, May 4, 1988. Version by Leonard Cohen. Shane Roberts and Vicky Hudson scene

"All Alone," by Jay Stollman, Fred Shehadi, and Peter Primamore. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame scene at the Frame farm, April 5, 1990

"All I Have to Do Is Dream," The Everly Brothers. Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Mac Cory on the porch of the Frame farm, October 28, 1988

"All She Wants to Do Is Dance," Don Henley. Tommy Lee Morrow and Jimmy prepare to confront Larry Ewing in his hotel room, June 28, 1985

"All That My Heart Can Hold," David Foster. Jamie Frame and Nicole Love at TOPS, January 28, 1987; Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, Tony Carlisle, Nancy McGowan, and Sara Montaigne at TOPS, February 13, 1987; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady dancing at TOPS, April 16, 1987

"Almost Paradise," Mike Reno and Ann Wilson. Catlin Ewing and Sally Frame's theme, 1984-1986

"Alone Together," Composed by Arthur Schwartz with lyrics by Howard Dietz. Fred Douglas and Liz Matthews at the Top of the Tower, June 9, 1967

"Alternative 3," Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson after Carl Hutchins disappears, Arizona location sequence, November 21, 1985

"Alternating Currents," Spyro Gyra. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory in their loft, April 14, 1988

"Always," Atlantic Starr. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant scene, June 8, 1987; Scott LaSalle tends to Dawn Rollo in a bedroom, December 8, 1987; Cheryl McKinnon, Sam Fowler, Mary McKinnon, Julie Ann Edwards, and Vince McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, January 8, 1988; Adam Cory, Mary McKinnon, Cheryl McKinnon, Reginald Love, and Dawn Rollo at Mary's Place, February 9, 1988; Mac and Rachel Cory at Mary's Place, March 21, 1988

"Always and Forever," Heatwave. Carter and Thomasina Todd's wedding scene, March 1, 1985

"Always On My Mind," Willie Nelson. Brittany Peterson in Dry Creek, Wyoming scene, June 28, 1985

"Amazing Grace," Traditional. Sharlene Frame's memorial featuring Cass Winthrop, Frankie Frame, Rachel Cory, Michael Hudson, Donna Love, Lucas, Felicia Gallant, Sam Fowler, and Amanda Cory, November 25, 1991; Felicia Gallant interacts with Grant Harrison, who discovered that Justine Duvalier was hiding at a convent in Manitoba, scene at Wallingford's bookstore, November 13, 1995

"And I Love Her," The Beatles. Vince McKinnon fantasizes about dancing with Mary McKinnon, January 27, 1987

"And So It Goes," Billy Joel. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory's theme, 1987; Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory scene in their loft, September 20, 1990

"And When I Die," Blood, Sweet, & Tears. Lahoma Vane Lucas at the Purple Plum, October 22, 1969

"Andalucia," John Cale. Cecile DePoulignac says goodbye to Cass Winthrop while Kathleen McKinnon observes, scene on a pier in Majorca, November 30, 1984

"Angel of Love," Jordan Knight & Ana. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson scene at Visions studio, August 10, 1990

"Anna's Tune," by De Wolfe Music. Cass Winthrop, Dee Evans, Enid Royer, Grandma Jones, Tony the Tuna, Donna Love, Marley Hudson, and Jake McKinnon, cotilion scene at the Bay City Country Club, April 19, 1985

"Another Kind of Sunday," Gerry Mulligan. Donna Love tries unsuccessfully to entice Michael Hudson with a romantic evening in her bedroom, July 29-31, 1986

"Another World," Crystal Gayle and Gary Morris. Performance at TOPS, March 27, 1987

"Anyone Who Had A Heart," Luther Vandross. Chad Rollo and M.J. McKinnon scene at TOPS, January 8, 1987

"Anything for You," Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine. Montage featuring Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson in various scenes, May 30, 1988

"Any Other Fool," Sadao Watanabe. Various romantic scenes: Michael Hudson and Donna Love, Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson, and Ken Jordan and Rachel Cory, May 17, 1990

"Any Place I Hang My Hat is Home," Music by Harold Arlen and lyrics by Johnny Mercer. Danny Fargo and Flo Murray at "The Alley," August 15, 1966

"As Time Goes By," Originally written by Herman Hupfeld. Version by Frank Sinatra. Pat Randolph and Missy Palmer at the Kopper Kettle, June 19, 1964. Sung by Liberace. Performance, 1985

"As We Lay," Shirley Murdock. Adam Cory, Mary, Cheryl, and M.J. McKinnon, Michael Hudson, Jamie Frame, Ada Hobson, and Sara Montaigne scenes at Mary's Place, January 23, 1987

"Ashes In Your Mouth," Megadeth. Justine Duvalier and Vicky Hudson scene, September 1, 1995

"At Night," Peter Gabriel. Zack Edwards questions students at Dawn Rollo's hearing to gain re-admission into a music conservatory, courtroom scene, February 17, 1988; John Hudson in the hospital and Cass Winthrop in the Cory Mansion, January 11, 1996

"Auld Lang Syne," Guy Lombardo. Felicia Gallant, Mitch Blake, Wallingford, Michael Hudson, and Donna Love celebrating New Years at Tops, December 31, 1987

"Autumn Leaves," Written by Joseph Kosma. Tom Baxter and Carol Pearson scene, November 4, 1964

"Baby I'm A Star," Prince. Thomasina Todd, Marley Hudson, Ben McKinnon, Carter Todd, and Hunter Bradshaw at Smiley's Diner, September 3, 1984

"Baby Likes To Rock It," The Tractors. Shane Roberts' theme

"Back Stabbers," The O'Jays. Grant Harrison, Vicky Hudson, and Jake McKinnon playing a game of pool, December 17, 1992

"Back Where You Started," Tina Turner. Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon get into an argument about their relationship at Mary's Place, January 14, 1987

"Bad," Michael Jackson. Adam Cory, Vicky Hudson, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Scott LaSalle, and Dawn Rollo at The Powerhouse, December 4, 1987

"Bad Girls," Donna Summer. John Hudson, Sharlene Frame, and Stacey Winthrop at The Harbor Club, February 22, 1990

"Bags & Trane," Milt Jackson and John Coltrane. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love at The Pelican Club, June 2, 1988

"Ballet of the Village Vortex [From "Wonderful Town" Cast Album]," by Leonard Bernstein, Betty Comden, and Adolph Green. Ted Clark in a limbo area of a bar, May 6, 1971

"Beat It," Michael Jackson. Aerobics class at Felicia's health spa, Gallant's, May 29, 1986

"Because You Loved Me," Celine Dion. Victoria Wyndham's 25th anniversary, July 10, 1997

"Believe In Yourself," Originally sung by Diana Ross. Performance by Sandra Reaves Philips (Esther Lawrence). Reuben Lawrence's dream sequence, January 22, 1990

"Be Yourself," Patti LaBelle. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame at the Pelican Club, May 11, 1990

"Been So Long," Anita Baker. Michael Hudson and Donna Love's wedding reception, March 10, 1987

"Beer Barrel Polka," Frank Yankovic & His Yanks. Larry Ewing's birthday party, March 9, 1984

"Better Days," Jude Cole. Vince McKinnon, Ada Hobson, and Jason Frame at Mary's Place, December 28, 1987; Cheryl McKinnon, Chad Rollo, and Dawn Rollo at Mary's Place, January 28, 1988; John Hudson and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 9, 1988

"Bird on a Wire," The Neville Brothers. Anne Heche's farewell, July 1, 1991

"Birdman Of Alcatraz," The Highwaymen. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon scene, March 28, 1986

"Black Cat," Janet Jackson. Matthew Cory, Reuben Lawrence, Josie Watts, Lucas, and Iris Wheeler party scene, February 21, 1990

"Black Lace," Barry Devorzon and Richard Hazard. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts at TOPS, January 19, 1994; Matthew Cory and Donna Love at TOPS, February 2, 1994

"Blade Runner Blues," Fausto Papetti. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant hotel scene, June 22, 1987; John Hudson's dream sequence with Donna Love, June 25, 1987; Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love getting intimate in a suite, February 12, 1988; Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame (as Sharly) scene in his suite, April 6, 1990

"Bloodstone," Judas Priest. Matthew Cory's fantasy sequence while calling the teen chat phone line, June 6, 1988

"Blues Legacy (Alternate Take)," Milt Jackson and John Coltrane. Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon at The Pelican Club, June 2, 1988

"Blind Temptation," Michele Vice-Maslin. Maggie Cory and Nick Hudson in the Hudson barn, May 7, 1996

"Blue Jay Morning," Dominic Anthony Messinger. Characters learn of Ryan Harrison's death, October 4, 1995; Gabe McNamara and Lorna Devon scene, April 8, 1996

"Blue Moon," Lester Lanin & His Orchestra. Jamie Frame, Stacey Winthrop, Derek Dane, Frankie Frame, and Nicole Love on the deck of a yacht, May 23, 1989

"Boardwalk Walk," Richard Elliot. Grant Harrison, Josie Watts, and Sharlene Frame at the Pelican Club, May 14, 1990

"Bois De Boulogne (Paris)," Tangerine Dream. Reginald Love (voice only) in Paraguay, July 24 and 28, 1986; Cass Winthrop and Adam Cory in car, then Reginald and Peter Love at the Love Mansion, October 6, 1986; Rachel Cory scene in the Cory Mansion and Donna Love and Gomez scene in the Love Mansion, November 20, 1986

"Bookends," Simon & Garfunkel. Mary McKinnon catches Vince McKinnon looking at pictures from their first wedding, bedroom scene, April 21, 1988

"Book's Sorrow," Maurice Jarre. Brittany Peterson visits Peter Love in the hospital, November 20, 1986; Reginald Love, Scott LaSalle, and Mary McKinnon scenes at TOPS, December 26, 1986; Maisie Watkins, Dave Wilcox, Felicia Gallant, Jamie Frame, and Lisa Grady at TOPS, February 13, 1987

"Born in the U.S.A.," Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band. Jamie Frame and Nicole Love find a drunk Michael Hudson getting into a fight at a bar, December 9, 1986

"Born To Run," Bruce Springsteen. Ada Hobson, Mitch Blake, Scott LaSalle, and Capt. Sean Delaney scenes at Mary's Place, February 11, 1987

"Breaking Up Somebody's Home," B.B. King. Michael Hudson and Nick Hudson scene in a barn, November 15, 1995

"Bridge Over Troubled Water," Charlie Byrd. Angie Perrini brooding over Willis Frame, apartment scene, August 15, 1975

"Bring The Prod [From "Cat People" Soundtrack]," Giorgio Moroder. Sharlene Frame's nightmare of escaping from a mental institution, February 1, 1990

"Broken Arrow," Rod Stewart. Jake McKinnon and Grant Harrison find out Vicky is still alive, February 24, 1997

"Broken Lady," Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Brothers Band. Tony Carlisle, M.J. McKinnon, and Chad Rollo scene at the Pig Whistle Saloon, January 16, 1987

"Brothers," Ennio Mirricone. Vince and Mary McKinnon, Cass Winthrop, Nicole Love, Vicky Hudson, Michael Hudson, and Donna Love at the hospital, March 22, 1988; Michael Hudson and Donna Love at their stillborn son's burial plot, March 29, 1988

"Burglary [From "Subway" Soundtrack]," Eric Serra. Reginald Love's henchmen deal with an irrate Donna Love as Michael Hudson lurks around the premises of a castle, February 13, 1987; Michael Hudson held captive by Reginald Love's henchman, February 18-19, 1987; Adam Cory talks to himself about apprehending the Sin Stalker, March 20, 1987

"Burning Bar [From "Thief" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," Tangerine Dream. Carl Hutchins, Cass Winthrop, and Kathleen McKinnon, Arizona location sequence, November 12, 1985; Michael Hudson and Donna Love give in to their attraction, January 29, 1988. Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson love scene, May 4, 1988; Sharlene Frame's first therapy session with Dr. Taylor Benson, April 16, 1990

"Burning Down the House," The Talking Heads. Jake McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, and Marley Hudson scene, April 12, 1985; Reginald Love's theme, 1986-1987 [recur]

"But Alive," Written by Charles Strouse. Performed by Tracy DeWitt at the Supper Club, October 20, 1980 and December 15, 1980

"By Candelight," Peter White. Carl Hutchins and Rachel Cory scene, January 13, 1994

"Can't Fight This Feeling," REO Speedwagon. Marley Hudson, Jake McKinnon, and Vicky Hudson at Smiley's Diner, April 1986; Mary McKinnon, Felicia Gallant, Vince McKinnon, Cheryl McKinnon, Cass Winthrop, Kathleen McKinnon, Maisie Watkins, Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, Scott LaSalle, M.J. McKinnon, and Adam Cory celebrating Cheryl's 18th birthday at Mary's Place, November 24, 1986

"Can't Get Enough," Winger. Jake McKinnon's theme, 1990-1991

"Can't Get It Out Of My Head," Electric Light Orchestra. Matthew Cory at the Cory Mansion pool talking on the teen chat phone line, June 7, 1988

"Can't Help Falling in Love," Elvis Presley. Joe Carlino singing to Paulina Cory Carlino and their unborn child (Dante), January 23, 1996

"Can't Take My Eyes Off You," Frankie Valli. John Hudson flashbacks to Donna Love in high school, May 14-15, 1987

"Capitaine abandonne," Gold. Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson location sequence in Nice, France, May 23-24, 1990

"Cardiac Arrest," Phoebe Snow. Sharlene Frame flirting with a male Pelican Club patron, February 22, 1990; Derek Dane and Paulina Cory at the Pelican Club, February 26, 1990

"Caught Up in The Rapture," Anita Baker. Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, Nicole Love, Michael Hudson, and Nancy McGowan at TOPS, January 2, 1987; Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, and Mac Cory scenes at TOPS, January 6-7, 1987; Various scenes featuring Vince and Mary McKinnon, Rachel Cory, Mitch Blake, Rose Livingstone, and Sara Montaigne, January 16, 1987; Tony Carlisle and Nancy McGowan scene, January 20, 1987

"Chain Reaction," Diana Ross. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant prepare to confront Reginald Love at TOPS, January 2, 1987

"Chapel Of Love," Version by Bette Midler. Mary McKinnon dealing with pre-wedding jitters at Mary's Place featuring Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Vince McKinnon, Michael Hudson, and Donna Love, April 21, 1988

"Charade," Jackie Gleason. Fred Douglas and Liz Matthews scene, December 9, 1966

"Chariots of Fire," Written by Vangelis. Main theme for Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon, location sequence at "Playland," April 22, 1986

"Chariots of Pumpkins," John Carpenter and Alan Howarth. Cass Winthrop, Nicole Love, and Rex Allingham, location sequence, November 27, 1987

"Chase The Clouds Away," Chuck Mangione. Denny Hobson and Sally Frame in Steve Frame's penthouse, December 2, 1981

"Cheek To Cheek," Lester Lanin. Michael Hudson, Donna Love, John Hudson, Nicole Love, Cass Winthrop, Jason Frame, and Felicia Gallant at TOPS, December 31, 1987

"Cherish," Kool & The Gang. Mac and Rachel Cory, Julie Ann Edwards, Amanda Cory, Sam Fowler, Vicky Hudson, Matthew Cory, and Loretta Fowler at Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory's loft, March 30, 1988

"Children's Songs: No. 14," Chic Corea. Cass Winthrop performs a puppet show for children, March 6, 1986

"Christina," Earl Klugh. Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon have some quality time alone together in the Cory Mansion, October 28, 1986 and November 12, 1986

"Christmas In My Heart," Ray Charles. Montage, 1991

"Circle in the Sand," Belinda Carlisle. Josie Watts fantasizes about meeting "Captain Cool" as she prepares to join Matthew Cory at the Old Mill, bedroom scene, June 28, 1988

"Climate For Love," Taka Boom. Michael Hudson and Donna Love romantic scene, August 1, 1986

"Colette," by Mac Prindy, GEMA. Cass Winthrop, Catlin Ewing, and Kathleen McKinnon restaurant scene in Majorca, November 13, 1984

"Come Into My Life," Laura Branigan and Joe Esposito. Felicia Gallant has a flashback of her wedding to Mitch Blake, October 25, 1988

"Come On, Let's Go," Los Lobos. Adam Cory, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson at The Powerhouse, December 3, 1987; Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, and Tracy Julian at the Cory Mansion pool, June 6, 1988

"Come Rain Or Come Shine," Sung by Don Henley. Gabe McNamara and Lorna Devon love scene, February 21, 1996

"Company," Rickie Lee Jones. Zack Edwards and Scott LaSalle, scene at Mary's Place, April 19, 1988

"Concerto in A major RV 82: Larghetto," by Magyar Kamarazenekar, Tatrai Vilmos, and Szendrey-Karper Laszlo. Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame (as Sharly) restaurant scene, May 9, 1990

"Concierto de Aranjuez For Guitar And Orchestra, II," Composed by John Williams. Amanda Cory looking at Sam Fowler's artwork in their loft, April 12, 1990

"Control," Mr. Mister. Vicky Hudson hires a stripper to perform at the Cory Easter Egg Hunt, scene at Mary's Place, March 29, 1988; Iris Wheeler secretly contacts Jason Frame at a diner, November 16, 1988

"Convention Of The 24," Tangerine Dream. Cass Winthrop decided to eat tuka berries to escape being captive by Cecile DePoulignac in Tanquir, June 11, 1986; Michael Hudson, Donna Love, and Catlin Ewing scenes, June 16, 1986

"Cookie," The Count Basie Orchestra. Roy Bingham and Henrietta Morgan at L'Auberge, April 18, 1984

"Cover Girl," New Kids On The Block. Josie Watts' modeling shoot being observed by John Hudson, Sharlene Frame, and Matthew Cory, February 27, 1990

"Cover Me," Bruce Springsteen. Jake McKinnon and Nancy McGowan scene, February 18, 1985; Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, May 11, 1988

"Crazy," Patsy Cline with The Jordanaires. Felicia Gallant mourning Zane Lindquist, August 20, 1986; Lisa Grady, Vicky Hudson, and Adam Cory at Lisa's birthday party, December 17, 1987

"Crazy," Kenny Rogers. Lisa Grady, Vicky Hudson, Adam Cory, Sam Fowler, Cheryl McKinnon, Amanda Cory, and Julia Ann Edwards at Lisa's birthday party, December 17, 1987; Cheryl McKinnon serves a hungover Sam Fowler and his friends at Mary's Place, January 12, 1988; Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson at Mary's Place, March 2, 1988; Rachel Cory and Ada Hobson in the kitchen of Mary's Place, March 25, 1988; John Hudson, Sharlene Frame, Cass Winthrop, and Frankie Frame in the Frame kitchen, October 22, 1991

"Crazy For You," Madonna. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson in Lassiter, August 13, 1985; Cass Winthrop, Kathleen McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Mary McKinnon, Felicia Gallant, Vince McKinnon, Nancy McGowan, and Greg Houston at Mary's Place, November 24, 1986; Adam Cory tells Vicky Hudson that Sam Fowler was injured in a car accident, April 25, 1988

"Crazy In Love," Michele Vice-Maslin. Various characters in bar and restaurant scenes, April 8, 1996; Nick Hudson and Sofia Carlino at Carlino's restaurant, May 30, 1996

"Cream," Prince & The New Power Generation. Various cast members at the Brava Magazine Halloween party, November 5, 1991

"Creation," Tangerine Dream. Catlin Ewing has an out-of-body experience while in a Majorcan hospital, November 23, 1984; St. Thomas location scene featuring Cass Winthrop, June 4, 1986; Vince McKinnon at Mary McKinnon's grave site, September 22, 1986; Vince and Mary McKinnon coming face-to-face during his birthday party at Mary's Place (also featuring Kathleen, M.J., and Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Felicia Gallant, Maisie Watkins, Ada Hobson, Mac Cory, Nancy McGowan, and Julie Ann Edwards), October 6, 1986

"Crimson & Clover," Tommy James & The Shondells. Ada Hobson interrupts Vince and Mary McKinnon recalling their last Thanksgiving together as a family, at Mary's Place, November 24, 1987

"Crossfire," Stevie Ray Vaughan & Double Trouble. Vicky Hudson and Evan Frame apartment scene, February 21, 1990

"Dancing On The Ceiling," Lester Lanin. Hospital Ball scene, February 28, 1994

"Danger Zone," Kenny Loggins. Adam Cory, M.J. McKinnon, and Cheryl McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, September 1, 1986; Nancy McGowan, Zack Edwards, Maisie Watkins, Brittany Peterson, and Jamie Frame at Mary's Place, September 19, 1986; Nancy McGowan, Zack Edwards, Maisie Watkins, Brittany Peterson, Jamie Frame, and Catlin Ewing Jr., at Mary's Place, October 7, 1986; Sharlene Frame as Sharly listening to a car radio, March 7, 1990

"Dangerous," Loverboy. Jason Frame, Mary McKinnon, Ada Hobson, and Vince McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 29, 1988

"Dare Me," The Pointer Sisters. Nancy McGowan, Cheryl McKinnon, Catlin Ewing, Joyce Abernathy, Quinn Harding, and Jamie Frame at Mary's Place, October 7, 1986

"Dark Shadows," Barry DeVorzon and Richard P. Hazard. Grant Harrison and Vicky Hudson scene, January 30, 1996

"Darlington County," Bruce Springsteen. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson scene on a motorcycle in Lassiter, location sequence, August 22, 1985

"Day by Day," Stephen Schwartz. Rachel Cory defends Jake McKinnon against Nancy McGowan's recriminations, scene at Mary's Place, June 5, 1986

"Days Gone By," Rascal. Rascal's D&M audition, 1991

"Delicado," Written by Valdir Azevedo and Jack Lawrence. Walter Curtin and Lenore Moore scene, December 6, 1968

"Delicate Terror," My Life With The Thrill Kill Kult. Justine Duvalier and Vicky Hudson scene, September 1, 1995

"Demain Sans Doute," Gold. Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson restaurant scene in France, May 30, 1990; Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson location sequence in Nice, France, June 1, 1990

"Desperate Venture," Barry Devorzon and Richard P Hazard. Michael Hudson, Donna Love, Reginald Love, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson at the hospital, October 12, 1987

"Did I Hear You Say You Love Me," Stevie Wonder. Peter Love, Rachel Cory, Mary McKinnon, Tony Carlisle, Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, Felicia Gallant, Wallingford, Rachel Cory, and Mitch Blake at Mary's Place, December 30, 1986

"Didn't We Almost Have It All," Whitney Houston. Rachel Cory, Cass Winthrop, Vince McKinnon, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 20, 1988

"Disturbing Behavior," Robert Palmer. Matthew Cory talks to a depressed teenager on the chat phone line, scene at the Cory Mansion pool, July 13, 1988

"Do What You Do," Jermaine Jackson. Nancy McGowan, Cheryl McKinnon, Mary McKinnon, and Scott LaSalle at Mary's Place, November 13, 1986; Ada Hobson, Scott LaSalle with Mary and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, February 6, 1987

"Do You Really Want To Hurt Me," Culture Club. Perry Hutchins, Maisie Watkins, and Thomasina Todd at Smiley's, July 19, 1984

"Do You Want To Dance," Written by Bobby Freeman. Version sung by Bette Midler. Montage featuring the following couples: Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady, Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory, and Matthew Cory and Tracy Julian, June 1, 1988

"Doctor Destructo [From "Thief" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," Tangerine Dream. Catlin Ewing confronts Reginald Love with Scott LaSalle present, September 19, 1986; Reginald Love and Gomez at the Love Mansion, October 2, 1986; Catlin Ewing accuses Reginald Love of being involved in Sally Frame's death while Scott LaSalle and Gomez observes, hotel room scene, October 7, 1986; Donna Love, Gomez, Peter Love, and Brittany Peterson scenes, October 28, 1986; Michael Hudson, Jamie Frame, and Adam Cory confront Reginald Love, January 12, 1987

"Donna," Ritchie Valens. Michael Hudson and Donna Love slow dancing in their suite, May 17, 1990

"Don't Cry Out Loud," by Peter Allen and Lyricist Carole Bayer Sager. Performance by Tracy DeWitt, October 1, 1980

"Don't Dream It's Over," Crowded House. John Hudson's theme, location sequence, May 14, 1987

"Don't Give Me Bad News," Bobby Caldwell. Shane Roberts, Sofia Carlino, and Tony Carlino at Carlino's restaurant, August 23, 1996

"Don't It Make My Brown Eyes Blue," Crystal Gayle. Performance at TOPS, 1987

"Don't Know Much," Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame's theme, 1990

"Don't Let Me Be Lonely Tonight," James Taylor. Joey Perrini and Eileen Simpson scene in a delivery van, November 28, 1978

"Don't Turn Around," Aswad. Lucas and Sharlene Frame at Cafe Paradise, March 22, 1990

"Don't Wanna Lose You," Gloria Estefan. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts in a loft, February 22, 1990; Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame (Sharly) in her apartment, April 3, 1990

"Don't You Worry 'Bout A Thing," Stanley Turrentine. Various scenes at the Pelican Club: Derek Dane jealous of Stacey Winthrop hanging out with Jamie Frame and their yuppie friends, January 24, 1990; Michael Hudson and Arianne, January 29, 1990; Derek Dane, Stacey Winthrop, and Sharlene Frame, March 19, 1990

"Dream Love," Billie Hughes. Grant Harrison and Vicky Hudson's theme, 1993

"Dreams," The Cranberries. Maggie Cory and her friend Pam, Cory Mansion living room scene, September 7, 1995; Tomas Rivera and Maggie Cory catch Nick Hudson and Sofia Carlino kissing, April 8, 1996

"Dressed For Success," Roxette. Paulina and Rachel Cory in the Cory Mansion, September 20, 1990

"Driftwood," The Moody Blues. Ada Hobson, Vince McKinnon, and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 24, 1988

"Drunken Mozart In The Desert," Edgar Froese. Adam Cory, Kathleen McKinnon, M.J. McKinnon, and Cass Winthrop, location sequence, June 18, 1986

"Dying to Live," Edgar Winter. Michael Hudson and Donna Love observe a blind John Hudson getting around the Love Mansion, June 9, 1987; Iris Wheeler and Jason Frame at a diner, November 16, 1988

"East of the Sun and West of the Moon," Stan Getz. Various scenes at the Pelican Club: Derek Dane and Stacey Winthrop; February 26, 1990; Evan Frame, Vicky Hudson, Derek Dane, Sharlene Frame, and Paulina Cory, March 5, 1990; Evan Frame flirts with a potential female client, March 20, 1990

"Embraceable You," Clifford Brown. Vince and Mary McKinnon share a dance at Mary's Place, March 22, 1988

"Endless Love," Diana Ross and Lionel Ritchie. Roy Bingham and Henrietta Morgan's wedding reception, April 20, 1984

"Eggtooth," Leo Kottke. Chris Chapin and Nancy McGowan riding horses, location sequence, November 29, 1985

"Empty Rooms," Gary Moore. Montage, June 5, 1989

"Epilogue from "Sun and Steel," Kronos Quartet Mishima. Chris Chapin and Nancy McGowan, location sequence, November 29, 1985

"Esther," by Kenny G. Various scenes featuring Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, Evan Frame, Sam Fowler, and Amanda Cory at the Pelican Club, January 30, 1990; Vicky Hudson's black and white fantasy sequence featuring Evan Frame (voice only), March 16, 1990

"Even The Nights Are Better," Air Supply. Jamie Frame and Chris Wylie scene at "The Connection," September 27, 1982

"Everything I Do (I Do It For You)," Version by Rascal. Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame's theme, 1991-1996

"Everything Your Heart Desires," Daryl Hall & John Oates. Zack Edwards, Ronnie Lawrence, Courtney Walker, Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, and Julie Ann Edwards at a barbecue, June 29, 1988; Jake and Cheryl McKinnon talk about their education and career aspirations, which upsets Vince McKinnon at Mary's Place, July 12, 1988

"Everytime I See Your Picture," Luba. Montage featuring Felicia Gallant, John Hudson, Sharlene Frame, Josie Watts, Matthew Cory, Iris Wheeler, and Mac Cory in various scenes, May 1, 1989

"Everytime You Go Away," Paul Young. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon breakup scene, August 2, 1985

"Express Yourself," Madonna. Montage of Frankie Frame trying on wedding dresses with Christy Carson, November 19, 1992

"Faith," George Michael. Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Kevin Julian at the Cory Mansion's pool, July 26, 1988

"Faithless Love," Linda Ronstadt. Catlin Ewing and Blaine Ewing Cory scene at the police station, April 20, 1984

"Family Affair," Sly & The Family Stone. Jason Frame and Vicky Hudson accuse each other of being schemers, scene in the Frame farm kitchen, March 9, 1988

"Farewell [From "Blade Runner" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," The New American Orchestra. Stacey Winthrop tells Derek Dane about the day of Mark and Megan Singleton's deaths, March 29, 1989; Rachel Cory, Amanda Cory, and Iris Wheeler after Rachel delivers a speech celebrating the 25th anniversary of Cory Publishing, May 23, 1989

"Fast Car," Tracy Chapman. Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Sharlene Frame in the Frame farm kitchen, October 19, 1988

"Faster Than the Speed of Light," Steppenwolf. Sam Lucas and Lahoma Vane Lucas at the Purple Plum, October 7, 1969

"Father Figure," George Michael. Cheryl McKinnon daydreams of John Hudson at Mary's Place, April 12, 1988; Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon talk about the end of their respective relationships, scene at Mary's Place, May 3, 1988

"Feelings," Morris Albert. Carl Hutchins and Donna Love in the Love Mansion's secret cellar, December 7, 1984

"Feels Good To Feel Good," Garry Glenn. Lisa Grady, Sam Fowler, Cheryl McKinnon, Cass Winthrop, Felicia Gallant, Jamie Frame, Vicky Hudson, and Adam Cory at Lisa's birthday party, December 17, 1987

"Field Of Dreams [From "Field of Dreams" Soundtrack]," James Horner. Marley Hudson suggests a reconciliation to Jake McKinnon, May 3, 1990

"First Chase," John Carpenter and Alan Howarth. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love, location sequence, November 27, 1987

"First Name, Yakov," Jerry Goldsmith. Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame laying by the fireplace, troubled by Kathleen McKinnon, April 23, 1991

"First Time," Styx. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts filmed separately in anticipation of their first lovemaking, November 16, 1988

"Flagrant delit," Herbert Leonard. Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson location sequence in Nice, France, May 23-24, 1990

"Fool for Love," Belinda Carlisle. Tracy Julian and Matthew Cory at the Cory Mansion pool, June 7, 1988

"For A Little Ride," Benny Mardones. Sharlene Frame (as Sharly) and Grant Harrison in her apartment, April 16, 1990

"For I'll Be Seeing You," Version by Frank Sinatra. Pat Randolph and Missy Palmer at the Kopper Kettle, June 19, 1964. Liberace. Performance, 1985

"For The First Time (Come Prima)," Mantovani and His Orchestra. Pat Randolph and Missy Palmer at the Kopper Kettle, May 21, 1964

"For The Love Of Money," The O'Jays. Reuben Lawrence apartment scene, January 23, 1990

"For The Roses," Joni Mitchell. Gabe McNamara, Lorna Devon, Joe Carlino, and Sofia Carlino at Carlino's restaurant, June 3, 1996

"Forever Man," Eric Clapton. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson location sequence, August 9, 1985

"Fragile," Sting. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory eating pizza in their loft, July 25, 1988; Grant Harrison collapses and asks Sharlene Frame to contact his doctor, John Hudson, May 28, 1990

"Free Fallin," Tom Petty. Derek Dane and Paulina Cory at the Pelican Club, February 19, 1990

"Frenchman's Flat," Larry Carlton. Jason Dunlap, Jamie Frame, and Melissa Needham scene at "The Connection," February 11, 1982

"From a Distance," Bette Midler. Vicky Hudson's "It's a Wonderful Life," January 27, 1997

"From This Moment On," Ella Fitzgerald. Carl Hutchins, Rachel Cory, and Loretta Delahanty rooftop scene, February 23, 1994

"Frozen," Madonna. After Michael Hudson's will reading, April 10, 1998

"Fun Fun Fun," The Beach Boys. Various characters at 30th anniversary party, May 4, 1994

"G-G-G-G-G-G-Girls," RACE. Lisa Grady and Vicky Hudson talking about Jamie Frame at Mary's Place, November 11, 1987

"Gaudi Park," Tangerine Dream. Cass Winthrop, Kathleen McKinnon, and Cecile DePoulignac, St. Thomas location scenes, July 22, 1986; Peter Love, Brittany Peterson, and Reginald Love scenes at the Love Mansion, August 12, 1986; Reginald and Donna Love in a hotel room calling Adam Cory, October 16, 1986; Reginald Love and Gomez in a hotel suite, November 21, 1986; Reginald Love catches Nicole Love eavesdropping on Peter Love's phone call, February 17, 1987; Rex Allingham on the rooftop of Tops, October 16, 1987; Rex Allingham spying on Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love at their engagement party, November 23, 1987; Cass Winthrop and Rex Allingham come face-to-face, November 26, 1987; Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love after their plane to Monaco crashes, February 29, 1988; Matthew Cory, Cheryl McKinnon, and Kevin and Tracy Julian at Mary's Place, May 25, 1988

"Get On Your Feet," Gloria Estefan. Vicky and Marley Hudson photoshoot, 1990; Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson location sequence in France, May 28, 1990

"Get Outta My Dreams, Get Into My Car," Billy Ocean. Matthew Cory's fantasy sequence while calling the teen chat phone line, June 6, 1988

"Get Up Offa That Thing," James Brown. Performed by the show's cast during its Finale, June 25, 1999

"Ghost Town," De Wolfe LP Library. Sandy Cory, Wyoming location sequence, October 25, 1982

"Gimme Your Love," Michele Vice-Maslin. Maggie Cory seduces Nick Hudson in the Hudson barn, May 7, 1996

"Girls Just Want to Have Fun," Cyndi Lauper. Lisa Grady and Cheryl McKinnon decide to go shopping to raise their spirits, scene at Mary's Place, May 17, 1988

"Give a Little Love," Albert Hammond and Albert West. Wallingford's Bookstore Opening, March 22, 1995

"Give a Little More Lovin'," Al Jarreau. Mary McKinnon interrupts Jamie Frame's dream about Lisa Grady, scene at Mary's Place, February 6, 1987

"Give Me the Reason," James Bay. Vince McKinnon and Cass Winthrop at Mary's Place, September 4, 1986. Version by Luther Vandross. Mary McKinnon gives Michael Hudson and Nicole Love condolences over Donna's love psychotic episode, scene at Mary's Place, December 17, 1986

"Glory of Love," Peter Cetera. Kathleen, M.J., and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, September 1, 1986; Vince McKinnon, Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Felicia Gallant at Mary's Place, September 8, 1986; Rachel Cory, Felicia Gallant, Quinn Harding, and Zack Edwards at Mary's Place, October 10, 1986; Zack Edwards, Quinn Harding, Sara Montaigne, and Nancy McGowan at Mary's Place, December 29, 1986; Sara Montaigne and Jamie Frame with date Melanie at TOPS, January 15, 1987; Zack Edwards, Quinn Harding, Dave Wilcox, and Maisie Watkins at TOPS, February 12, 1987

"God Be With You Till We Meet Again," The American Boychoir. Ryan Harrison's memorial service, October 13, 1995

"God Bless the U.S.A.," Lee Greenwood. Montage with fireworks show featuring various characters and couples during the Fourth of July celebration, July 4, 1988

"Going Places," Herb Alpert Tijuana Brass. Jukebox song at Kopper Kettle, 1965 [recurring]

"Good Morning Good Morning," The Beatles. Donna Love, Nick Hudson, and Matthew Cory, various scenes, May 1998

"Grand duo concertant for Flute and Guitar in A Major, Op. 85. II Andante molto sostenuto," James Galway and Kazuhito Yamashita. Beginning of Wallingford's memorial at TOPS featuring John Hudson, Cheryl McKinnon, Michael Hudson, Donna Love, Mac Cory, and Rachel Cory, February 10, 1988

"Greensleeves," Traditional. Carl Hutchins' theme, 1998

"Gypsy Lady," Peaches & Herb. Mitch Blake and Rachel Cory scene in a disco, 1980

"Habanera," Georges Bizet. Steve Frame, Bernice Robinson, Rachel, and Brian Blake at Tallboys, April 6, 1971

"Halfway To Heaven," Celine Dion. Gabe McNamara and Lorna Devon get engaged, June 28, 1996

"Halloween Theme," By John Carpenter. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love scene, location sequence, November 1987

"Hangin' Tough," New Kids On The Block. Lucas doing a photo shoot of Josie Watts, February 27, 1990

"Hark! The Herald Angels Sing," Frank Sinatra. Cory Christmas celebration in the Cory Mansion featuring Mac, Rachel, Amanda, and Matthew Cory, Sam Fowler, and Ada Hobson, December 25, 1987

"Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," Barbara Streisand. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon scene, December 25, 1985. Version by Pretenders. Amanda Cory, Sam Fowler, Jamie Frame, and Vicky Hudson scenes, December 14, 1987. Version by Frank Sinatra. Cory Christmas celebration in the Cory Mansion, December 25, 1987. Version by Shawn Colvin. Grant Harrison and Paulina Cory scene, December 25, 1990. Version by Frank Sinatra. Montage of Mac with the Cory family, December 25, 1992

"Headed for Heartache," Gary Morris. John Hudson and Chris MacAleer in the Frame farm kitchen, June 6, 1988

"Heart And Soul," Written by Barry Devorzon and Richard Hazard. Ryan and Grant Harrison hospital scene, September 28, 1995; Various scenes featuring Felicia Gallant, Lorna Devon, John Hudson, and Sharlene Frame, October 5, 1995

"Heat Of The Night," Bryan Adams. Tony Carlisle robbing a diner, May 19, 1987

"He's My Sister Now," Dale Allen, Paul Gannon, and Gary Kupper. Jake as Doris Pepperdine and Paulina Cory scene, September 5, 1995

"Help Is On The Way," Melissa Manchester. Montage of Michael Hudson and Donna Love spending time with Mikey Miller, October 10, 1988

"Here Comes That Sinking Feeling," Eurythmics. Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, and Joyce Abernathy scene at Mary's Place, January 14, 1988

"Here Comes the Rain Again," Eurythmics. Maisie Watkins and Ada Hobson watch Mary McKinnon waiting tables at Mary's Place, December 16, 1986; Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon scene in Mary's Place, January 8, 1987; Sam Fowler, Joyce Abernathy, and Amanda Cory at Mary's Place, January 14, 1988

"Here I Go Again," Country Joe and The Fish. Ron Styles and Lahoma Vane Lucas scene at the Purple Plum, October 22, 1969

"Here's That Rainy Day," by Wes Montgomery. Wayne Addison and Liz Matthews scene, February 9, 1970

"Here There And Everywhere," The Beatles. Donna Love thinks about the time she has spent with Michael Hudson since he came to Bay City, October 28, 1986

"Here We Are," Gloria Estefan. Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame (Sharly) slow dancing in her apartment, April 2, 1990; Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame (as Sharly) scene, in her apartment, April 3, 1990

"Here with Me," REO Speedwagon. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts in his new apartment, April 3, 1989

"Hey Nineteen," Steely Dan. John Hudson and Cheryl McKinnon agree to remain friends, scene at Mary's Place, May 17, 1988

"Hide And Seek," Tracie Spencer. Julie Ann Edwards, Cheryl McKinnon, Ronnie Lawrence, and Zack Edwards at a barbecue, June 29, 1988

"High Energy," Evelyn Thomas. Reuben Lawrence and Josie Watts at a gym, April 5, 1989

"Higher Love," Steve Winwood. Vince McKinnon, Ada Hobson, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, September 22, 1986

"Hold Me," Teddy Pendergrass and Whitney Houston. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson scene, September 26, 1986; Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon scene in a car, January 16, 1987

"Hold Me," Rick Rhodes and Tiffany. Joe Carlino and Paulina Cory Carlino scene, 1995

"Hold On," Sarah McLachlan. Gabe McNamara and Cindy Brooke scene, February 14, 1997

"Holdin' on to Yesterday," Ambrosia. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory, montage, December 4, 1987; Vince and Mary McKinnon, Jamie Frame, and Lisa Grady at Mary's Place, April 19, 1988; Cheryl McKinnon encourages Scott LaSalle to be legal counsel for the president's AIDS Commission, barbecue scene, July 4, 1988

"Hot Blooded," Foreigner. Nancy McGowan and Dee Evans try to calm a drunk and belligerent Jake McKinnon, scene at Mary's Place, June 16, 1986

"Hot Summer Nights," Miami Sound Machine. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon at Mary's Place, September 26, 1986

"How Beautiful is the Night," George Shearing. Ken and Laura Baxter in their suburban house, April 1, 1965; Michael Bauer and Lee Randolph at a restaurant, August 8, 1966; Walter and Lenore restaurant scene, April 29, 1968

"How Do You Keep The Music Playing," James Ingram and Patti Austin. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts talk about feeling pressured by their friends to make love, November 17, 1988

"How High the Moon," Written by Morgan Lewis and Nancy Hamilton. Bill Matthews and Lenore Moore at a discotheque, August 15, 1966

"How Much I Feel," Ambrosia. Michael Hudson, Adam Cory, Vicky Hudson, Jamie Frame, and Lisa Grady at a party, December 31, 1987; Ada Hobson and Mary McKinnon tend to a drunk Jason Frame at Mary's Place, April 11, 1988

"How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You)," James Taylor. Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson prepare to move into their new place, April 5, 1989; John Hudson and Sharlene Frame having an outdoor picnic, October 21, 1991

"How Will I Know," Whitney Houston. Nancy McGowan, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Greg Houston, Ada Hobson and Mitch Blake at Mary's Place, November 12, 1986. Version by Alana Garcia Villarreal. Mac Cory, Cass Winthrop, Nicole Love, Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Rachel Cory at Mary's Place, November 4, 1987

"Hunger Of Love," Harold Faltermeyer, Keith Forsey, and Victoria Miles. Griffen Saunders and Frankie Frame in a dance studio, January 23, 1990

"Hurricane," Billie Hughes. Marley Hudson and Kyle Barkley scene at Sassy's, January 6, 1994

"I Believe In You," Spyro Gyra. Michael Hudson, Donna Love, John Hudson, and Chris MacAleer in Michael and Donna's suite, June 23, 1988

"I Cannot Believe It's True," Phil Collins. Maisie Watkins, Nancy McGowan, Dee Evans, and Vicky Hudson at Smiley's Diner, April 1986

"(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction," The Rolling Stones. Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Scott LaSalle, Dawn Rollo, Adam Cory, Vicky Hudson, Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, Wallingford, Donna and Nicole Love, and Rex Allingham (posing as Cass Winthrop), scenes at The Powerhouse, December 4, 1987

"I Can't Let Go," Air Supply. Michael Hudson and Donna Love romantic scene, November 3, 1987; Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory romantic scene, November 23, 1987; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady agree to spend the night together in her apartment, October 25, 1988

"I Can't Quit You Baby," Version by Led Zeppelin. Sam Lucas and Lahoma Vane Lucas at the Purple Plum, October 7, 1969

"I Can't Sit Down," The Safaris. Russ Matthews and Rachel in their apartment, February 21, 1969

"I Can't Wait," Nu Shooz. Mac Cory, Rachel Cory, Rose Livingstone, Nancy McGowan, and Cheryl McKinnon in various scenes including Mary's Place, December 26, 1986; Ada Hobson, Cheryl McKinnon, and Mitch Blake at Mary's Place, February 2, 1987

"I Could Have Danced All Night," (instrumental). Written by Frederick Lewis and Alan Jay Lerner. Mary Matthews and Pat Randolph in her bedroom, July 17, 1964

"I Could Never Repay Your Love," Stanley Turrentine. Griffen Saunders and Frankie Frame share a dance, January 23, 1990; Lucas, Iris Wheeler, and Felicia Gallant at the Pelican Club, February 16, 1990

"I Do Cherish You," 98 Degrees. Cameron Sinclair and Amanda Cory's theme, 1998

"I Don't Think I'm Ready For You," Anne Murray. Sharlene Frame daydreams of getting romantic with John Hudson while watching him sleep, November 17, 1988

"I Don't Want to Live Without You," Foreigner. Fantasy sequence featuring Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson, July 6, 1988

"I Got You Babe," Cover version by UB40. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory, location sequence in New York, January 26-27, 1988; Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory prepare to have a romantic belated honeymoon in their loft, March 10, 1988; Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, and Ronnie Lawrence practice Lamaze exercises in their loft, May 19, 1988; Montage of Amanda's happy memories of her time with Sam Fowler, March 9, 1990

"I Heard It Through The Grapevine," Marvin Gaye. John Hudson talking to himself while getting ready for the Snowflake Ball, December 16, 1988

"I Just Can't Stop Loving You," Michael Jackson. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory, location sequence, November 25, 1987

"I Knew You Were Waiting (For Me)," George Michael and Aretha Franklin. Adam Cory, M.J. McKinnon, Jamie Frame, Vince McKinnon, and Diane Flannery at Mary's Place, June 23, 1987

"I Know That This Is Love," Cathy Spurr and Mike Hadley. Ryan Harrison and Vicky Hudson's theme

"I Know You by Heart," Patsy Meyer. Dean Frame and Jenna Norris apartment scene, October 13, 1992

"I Left My Heart in San Francisco," Tony Bennett. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant hotel scene, June 25-26, 1987

"I Live For Your Love," Natalie Cole. Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Felicia Gallant, Chad Rollo, Cheryl McKinnon, Ada Hobson, and Julia Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, December 30, 1987

"I Love Paris (Fox)," Aimable. Felicia Gallant, Cass Winthrop, Barbara Van Arkdale, Mac Cory, and Rachel Cory at a fashion show, October 12, 1987

"I Love To See You Smile," Randy Newman. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson in New York, 1997

"I Need A Man," Eurythmics. Lisa Grady flirts with Andre Battelier at a diner while working undercover to nail Reginald Love, February 11, 1988; Sam Fowler's stag party is combined with Amanda Cory's bridal shower where two dancers entertain several characters present, February 26, 1988

"I Never Believed In Love," Alfie Silas. Jake McKinnon and Paulina Cory's theme, 1992

"I Remember Paris," Gary Moore. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame in France, October 12, 1970

"I Saw the Light," Willie Nelson and Leon Russell. Chad Rollo and M.J. McKinnon, scene at the Pig Whistle Saloon, January 19, 1987

"I Shot The Sheriff," Bob Marley & The Wailers. Lucas, Stacey Winthrop, and Zack Edwards at the Cafe Paradise, March 22, 1990

"I Still Believe," Brenda K. Starr. Vince and Mary McKinnon resolve their differences over Jason Frame, scene at Mary's Place, May 16, 1988; Matthew Cory and Josie Watts at a barbecue, July 5, 1988

"I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For," U2. Adam Cory, Scott LaSalle, Jamie Frame, Jason Frame, and Rachel Cory at Mary's Place, February 24, 1988

"I Think It's Going To Rain Today," Bette Midler. Michael Hudson's will reading, April 10, 1998

"I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)," Whitney Houston. Various characters at The Powerhouse, December 7, 1987

"I Want That Kind of Love," Gladys Knight and William Guest. Gabe McNamara and Lorna Devon, candlelight dinner scene, April 8, 1996

"I Want to Know What Love is," Foreigner. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson scene, April 12, 1985. Instrumental version by Richard Clayderman. Scott LaSalle daydreams of dancing with Dawn Rollo, October 22, 1987 and December 30, 1987

"I Want You So Bad (Te Quiero Intensamente)," Gloria Estefan & Miami Sound Machine. Vicky Hudson tells Jake McKinnon that she wants nothing more than friendship from him, scene in Vicky Hudson's apartment, June 27, 1988

"I Was Lucky," Composed by Jack Stern. Lyrics by Andre Hornez. Jim, Mary, and Liz Matthews scene, March 12, 1971

"I Will Be Here for You (Nitakungodea Milele)," Al Jarreau. Brian Bancroft, Quinn Harding, Abel Marsh, Lily Mason, Larry and Clarice Ewing at the Warehouse, December 22, 1983

"I Will Remember You," Sarah McLachlan. Gabe McNamara's death, February 17, 1997

"I Wish I Knew," John Coltrane Quartet. Vince, Mary, and Jake McKinnon, scene at Tops, June 20 1988

"I'd Love You to Want Me," Lobo. Lisa Grady, Adam Cory, Jamie Frame, Vince and Mary McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, Jason Frame, and Becky at Mary's Place, March 28, 1988

"If I Love You," The Imperials. Jukebox song. John and Pat Randolph scene, February 26, 1965

"If It Makes You Feel Good," Donna Summer. Jake McKinnon and Donna Love at "Visions," February 26, 1990

"If It's Our Last Christmas Together," Oblivia. Jake McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, and Steven Frame in Vicky Hudson's house, December 20, 1995

"If Looks Could Kill," Heart. Cheryl McKinnon, Brittany Peterson, Mitch Blake, Quinn Harding, and Felicia Gallant, scenes at Mary's Place, October 2, 1986

"If My Heart Had Wings," Melissa Manchester. Montage featuring Morgan Winthrop, Courtney Evans, Gary Sinclair, Josie Watts, Michael Hudson, Matthew Cory, and Donna Love, November 9, 1995

"If You Don't Want My Love," Richard Marx. Vicky Hudson catches Jake McKinnon watching his incriminating video of Donna Love at Visions, May 24-25, 1990

"If You Say My Eyes Are Beautiful," Whitney Houston and Jermaine Jackson. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon's theme, 1986-1991; Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson in the Cory Mansion, December 31, 1987

"Igenous [From "Thief" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," Tangerine Dream. Reginald Love mocking his enemies, August 28, 1986; Michael Hudson, Mitch Blake, and Donna Love scenes, February 6, 1987

"I'll Always Be Right There," Bryan Adams. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson's theme

"I'll Always Love You," Taylor Dayne. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts share a slow dance, November 17, 1988

"I'll Be Home For Christmas (If Only In My Dreams)," Version by Frank Sinatra. Amandy Cory, Sam Fowler, Ada Hobson, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Mac Cory, Matthew Cory, and Rachel Cory scenes at Cory Mansion, December 25, 1987. Version by The Carpenters. Sharlene Frame scene, December 25, 1990

"I'll Never Smile Again," Frank Sinatra. July 16, 1970

"I'll Survive," Country Joe & The Fish. Lahoma Vane Lucas at the Purple Plum, October 22, 1969

"I'm Beginning To See The Light," Harry James & His Music Makers. Ronnie Lawrence, Zack Edwards, Jamie Frame, and Lisa Grady, scenes at a barbecue, July 5, 1988

"I'm Falling in Love With Someone," Frederick Fennell and Victor Herbert. Steve Frame and Bernice Robinson at Tallboys, April 6, 1971

"I'm Free," Jon Secada. Ryan Harrison and Vicky Hudson renew their romance during a beach getaway, 1993

"I'm Gonna Win," Foreigner. Jake McKinnon, Nancy McGowan, and Greg Houston at Mary's Place, July 30, 1986

"I'm Here For You," Carrie McDowell. Nicole Love thinking of her time with Cass Winthrop, design house scene, March 17, 1988

"I'm Looking Over a Four-Leaf Clover," Written by Mort Dixon with music by Harry M. Woods. Played by Danny Fargo at The Alley, June 30, 1966

"I'm Loving You," Richard Elliot. Evan Frame, Sharlene Frame, and Grant Harrison at the Pelican Club, May 14, 1990

"I'm Not The Same Girl (I Was Yesterday)," Michele Vice-Maslin. Sofia Carlino, Tomas Rivera, Grant Harrison, and Rafael Santiero scenes, May 6, 1996

"I'm on Fire," Bruce Springsteen. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson scene, April 12, 1985; Jake McKinnon, location sequence in Lassiter, August 6, 1985

"I'm Still Standing," Sung by Martha Wash. Victoria Wyndham's 25th anniversary, July 10, 1997

"I'm The Only One," Melissa Etheridge. Frame farm scene with Gary Sinclair, Josie Watts, Maggie Cory, Tomas Rivera, Nick Hudson, and John Hudson, August 29, 1995

"In A Mellow Tone," Courtney Pine. Various Scenes at the Pelican Club: Derek Dane, Stacey Winthrop, John Hudson, and Sharlene Frame, February 22, 1990; Paulina Cory, Derek Dane, and Ken Jordan, February 26, 1990; Lucas, Iris Wheeler, and Josie Watts, March 20, 1990; Lucas and Sharlene Frame, May 11, 1990

"In Another Place and Time," Donna Summer. Jake McKinnon and Donna Love at "Visions," February 26, 1990

"In Beat," by Sandy Nelson. Sam Lucas, Lahoma Vane, and Lee Randolph scene at "The Trip," November 30, 1967

"In Love," Carly Simon. Rachel Cory, Iris Wheeler, Evan Frame, Amanda Cory, and Sam Fowler at a Cory board meeting, August 11, 1989; Donna Love and Jake McKinnon's interactions with Marley Hudson since she returned to Bay City, April 30, 1990

"In My Dreams," REO Speedwagon. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts spend time together in his apartment, April 3, 1989

"In The Mood," Glenn Miller. Ada Hobson in her house with Rachel Cory, November 30, 1981

"In The Shelter of Your Arms," Sammy Davis. Pat Randolph and Alice Matthews Frame scene, November 4, 1964

"In the Still of Night," The Five Satins. Jason Frame, Mary McKinnon, and John Hudson at the Frame farm, February 24, 1988

"In This Life," Bette Midler. Ryan Harrison montage, November 11, 1996; Finale, 1999

"In This Little World With Me," Mike Dalton. Montage, 1996; Nick Hudson and Rafael Santiero bar scene, August 19, 1996

"In Too Deep," Genesis. Cheryl McKinnon, Julie Ann Edwards, Sam Fowler, Adam Cory, and Ada Hobson scenes at Mary's Place and Sam and Amanda's loft, January 21, 1988; Michael Hudson vows to protect Jason Frame and Donna Love from Reginald Love, scene at Mary's Place, February 15, 1988

"In una stanza con poca luce," Ennio Morricone. Cass Winthrop remembers Wallingford, February 5, 1988

"Invisible Limits," Tangerine Dream. Cass Winthrop, Kathleen McKinnon, and Cecile DePoulignac held captive by Jim LaRusso and Czaja Carnek, St. Thomas, July 28-29, 1986

"Invitation to the Waltz," Composed by Carl Maria Von Weber. Walter Curtin and Lenore Moore restaurant scene, April 29, 1968

"In Your Eyes," Jeffrey Osborne. Zack Edwards, Scott LaSalle, John Hudson, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, April 19, 1988; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady's romantic scenes, July 5-6, 1988. Version by George Benson. Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson get intimate while preparing to move into their new place, April 5, 1989

"Is This Love," Whitesnake. Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Vicky Hudson, Chad Rollo, Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Dawn Rollo at The Powerhouse, December 7, 1987; Jason Frame, Mary McKinnon, Lisa Grady, Jamie Frame, and Ada Hobson scene at Mary's Place, January 4, 1988

"Isn't Love Forever," Unknown. Montage, 1996

"It Ain't Necessarily So," Miles Davis. Derek Dane, Paulina Cory, Lucas, Iris Wheeler, and Felicia Gallant at the Pelican Club, February 15, 1990

"It Don't Matter to Me," Phil Collins. Jake McKinnon and Greg Houston talk about Nancy McGowan at Mary's Place, July 30, 1986

"It Had To Be You," Version by Earl Hines. Dinner party scene featuring Walter Curtin, Lenore Moore, John Randolph, Jim Matthews, Helen Moore, Mitchell Dru, Liz Matthews, Wayne Addison, and Steve Frame, September 11, 1970. Version by Harry Connick Jr. Jake McKinnon and Paulina Cory Carlino's wedding, October 11, 1994

"It Might Be You," Stephen Bishop. Montage featuring Blair Baker, Rafael Santiero, Maggie Cory, Sofia Carlino, Nick Hudson, Gary Sinclair, Josie Watts, Jake McKinnon, Joe Carlino, Paulina Cory, Gabe McNamara, Lorna Devon, John Hudson, and Felicia Gallant, February 14, 1996

"It's Easy To Remember," John Coltrane Quartet. Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and John Hudson at Tops, June 20, 1988; Grant Harrison, Sharlene Frame, and Josie Watts at the Pelican Club, May 14, 1990

"It's Never Too Late to Try," Billy Ocean. Nancy McGowan, Cass Winthrop, and Jake, M.J., and Kathleen McKinnon at Mary's Place, July 15, 1986; Zack Edwards and Quinn Harding at Mary's Place, October 7, 1986; Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant scene, December 10, 1986

"Jack and Sally Montage [From "The Nightmare Before Christmas" score]," by Danny Elfman. Vicky Hudson hallucinating while captive, September 15, 1995

"Java," Written by Allen Toussaint. Jukebox song at Kopper Kettle, November 9, 1964

"Jingle Bells," Elmo & Patsy. Matthew Cory, Lorna Devon, Dean Frame, Jenna Norris, Kevin Anderson, and Ryan Harrison scene, December 14, 1992

"Just For You," Gwen Guthrie. Mary McKinnon, Ada Hobson, Scott LaSalle, and Maisie Watkins at Mary's Place, December 16, 1986

"Just My Imagination (Running Away With Me)," The Temptations. Evan Frame and Amanda Cory scene, September 21, 1990

"Just One Moment," Kyle Gordon and Rachele Cappelli. Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson's theme, 1991-1992

"Just One of Those Things," by Gregg Williams. Russ Matthews, Rachel, Walter Curtin, and Lenore Moore at the Top of the Tower. Version sung by Catarina Valente played on a car radio. Scene featuring Russ Matthews and Rachel, November 13, 1967

"Kathleen's Song," Ray Lynch. Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady getting romantic in an apartment, March 14, 1988

"Keep On Movin," Soul II Soul. Reuben Lawrence, Josie Watts, Olivia Matthews, and Matthew Cory party scene, February 21, 1990

"Kiew Mission," Tangerine Dream. Jake McKinnon frantically searches for Marley Hudson on his motorcycle and then a car, Arizona location sequence, November 18, 1985

"King of the Road," Roger Miller. Pat Randolph and Alice Matthews Frame scene in their bedroom, March 8, 1965

"Kissing You," Faith Evans. Morgan Winthrop and Courtney Evans love scene, January 30, 1996

"Kiss on My List," Daryl Hall & John Oates. Cass Winthrop and Adam Cory at Mary's Place, September 22, 1986; Mary McKinnon, Felicia Gallant, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon scenes at Mary's Place, November 12, 1986; Scott LaSalle, Nancy McGowan, Mary McKinnon, Tony Carlisle, and Peter Love at Mary's Place, December 30, 1986

"Koln," Keith Jarrett. Sam Fowler and Mac Cory make amends, scene in Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory's loft, February 16, 1988

"Kokomo," The Beach Boys. Matthew Cory, Olivia Matthews, and Paulina Cory at the Cory pool, August 24, 1990

"La Mer," by S. Solis y Orquesta. Morgan Winthrop and Courtney Evans dinner scene, January 29, 1996

"La Vie En Rose," Mantovani and his Orchestra. Tom Baxter in a sports car impatiently waiting for Pat Randolph's arrival, May 15, 1964. Version by Edith Piaf. Cass Winthrop alone in his suite, October 22, 1987

"Last Caress/Green Hell," Metallica. Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, Matthew Cory, and Vicky Hudson in Sam and Amanda's loft, March 30, 1988

"Last Date," Floyd Cramer. Felicia Gallant interrupts Zane Lindquist's meeting with Fingers Leroy at a bar, July 29, 1986

"Lead Me Into Love," Anita Baker. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts get romantic, November 17, 1988

"Lead Me On [From "Top Gun" Original Soundtrack]," Teena Marie. Mac Cory and Rose Livingstone at Mary's Place, December 17, 1986; Becky, Mary McKinnon, Adam Cory, Vince McKinnon, Dawn Rollo, Ada Hobson, Scott LaSalle, and Julie Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, November 2, 1987

"Lessons In Love," Level 42. Amanda Cory, Julie Ann Edwards, Mitch Blake, and Sam Fowler at a diner, December 15, 1987

"Let It Be," Instrumental performed by Charlie Byrd. Originally by The Beatles. August 15, 1975

"Let it Be Me," The Everly Brothers. 30th anniversary party, May 4, 1994

"Let's Stay Together," Version sung by Tina Turner. Vicky Hudson daydreams about Jake McKinnon, July 17, 1986; Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, M.J. McKinnon, and Vicky Hudson at Mary's Place, December 9, 1986

"Let's Do It (Let's Fall In Love)," Ella Fitzgerald and the London Symphony Orchestra. Drew Marsten and Nicole Love in a restaurant as Cass Winthrop eavesdrops, May 4, 1988

"Let's Hear It For The Boy," Deniece Williams. Catlin Ewing, Maisie Watkins, Vince McKinnon, and Adam Cory at Mary's Place, October 16, 1986

"Lies," Jonathan Butler. Drew Marsten and Sam Fowler at Mary's Place, July 11, 1988

"Life is a Highway," Tom Cochrane. Nick Hudson scene (debut of character), location sequence, May 16, 1995

"Lisa," David Sanborn. Chad Rollo and M.J. McKinnon on the rooftop of TOPS, January 14, 1987; Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon bedroom scene, February 24, 1987

"Listen," Johnny Hates Jazz. Matthew Cory talking to Riviera (Josie Watts) on the teen chat phone line, June 9, 1988

"Little Child," The Beatles. Pat Randolph and Alice Matthews Frame scene, March 26, 1965

"Little Girl," Muddy Waters. Derek Dane and Paulina Cory at the Pelican Club, February 19, 1990

"Little Lies," Fleetwood Mac. Mitch Blake and Sam Fowler, scene in Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory's loft, February 23, 1988

"Little Sally Tease," Written by Jim Valley. Bill Matthews and Lenore Moore scene in "The Joint," October 18, 1966

"Live Every Moment," REO Speedwagon. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson, location sequence, August 20, 1985

"Live To Tell," Madonna. Various scenes at Mary's Place: Vince McKinnon, Ada Hobson, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Vicky Hudson, Adam Cory, and Michael Hudson, November 11, 1987; Mary McKinnon, Jason Frame, and Vince McKinnon, December 29, 1987; Sam Fowler with two friends, Cheryl McKinnon, Mac Cory, and Vince McKinnon, January 12, 1988; Scott LaSalle reveals Dawn Rollo's death to Vince and Mary McKinnon, March 31, 1988; Courtney Walker, Zack Edwards, John Hudson, Jason Frame, and Mary McKinnon, May 19, 1988

"Living After Midnight," Judas Priest. Tony Carlisle car scene, May 20, 1987

"Living Double," Patti LaBelle. Zack Edwards, Ronnie Lawrence, Matthew Cory, and Josie Watts at a barbecue, July 5, 1988

"Living For The City," Stanley Turrentine. Various scenes at the Pelican Club: Lucas, Michael Hudson, and Sharlene Frame, February 20, 1990; Evan Frame and Vicky Hudson, March 5, 1990; Sharlene Frame, Ronnie Lawrence, and Caroline Stafford, March 19, 1990

"Living In Darkness," by Glenn Frey. Brittany Peterson and Tommy Lee Morrow scene, August 6, 1985

"Living on the Edge," Aerosmith. 30th anniversary, adventure montage, May 4, 1994

"Lock And Key," Julia Fordham. Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame in a limousine, February 23, 1990

"Lonely Ballade," Jim Lawless. Clarice Ewing announces to Larry Ewing that she is pregnant with his child, scene at "The Hair Affair," January 15, 1982

"Lonely Lady," Barry Devorzon and Richard Hazard. Lorna (Alicia Coppola) says farewell to Felicia Gallant, January 12, 1994

"Long Ago and Far Away," by Ira Gershwin and Jerome Kern. Jessica Buchanan performance at The Riverboat, July 22, 1970

"Long Long Time," Linda Ronstadt. Loretta Fowler, Ada Hobson, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, May 12, 1988

"Looking For A New Love," Jody Watley. Jason Frame, Mary McKinnon, Jamie Frame, Vicky Hudson, and Lisa Grady scene at Mary's Place, January 4, 1988; Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Tracy Julian at the Cory Mansion pool, July 13, 1988

"Lost in the Parade," Michael McDonald. Peter Love, Peggy Lazarus, Jamie Frame, and Nicole Love scenes at TOPS, January 2, 1987

"Lost Without Your Love," Bread. Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson scene in Vicky's house, October 20, 1988

"Lotus Blossom," Duke Ellington. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame restaurant scene, October 30, 1968

"Love All the Hurt Away," Aretha Franklin and George Benson. Vince and Jake McKinnon throw punks out of Mary's Place for harassing Nancy McGowan, July 2, 1986

"Love Brought Us Here Tonight," Smokey Robinson. Adam Cory and Vicky Hudson, at Lisa Grady's birthday party, December 17, 1987

"Love Changes Everything," Honeymoon Suite. Vince and Mary McKinnon air out their frustrations over Mary's career, scene at Mary's Place, June 13, 1988

"Love In a Mist," Henry Hank. Steve Frame, Alice Matthews Frame, Russ Matthews, and Rachel at the "Top of the Tower," April 8, 1969

"Love Is a Wonderful Thing," sung by Michael Bolton. Kevin Anderson and Lorna Devon car scene, November 30, 1992

"Love Is Blue," by Paul Mauriat. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame scene in Matthews' living room, April 15, 1969

"Love Is Forever," Billy Ocean. Mac Cory, Rose Livingstone, Reginald Love, and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, December 17, 1986; Zack Edwards, Quinn Harding, and Sara Montaigne at TOPS, January 15, 1987; Jamie Frame tells Nicole Love about the girl of his recent dreams (Lisa Grady) at Mary's Place, January 28, 1987; Jamie Frame tells Ada Hobson about the recent girl of his dreams (Lisa Grady) at Mary's Place, February 6, 1987; Jamie Frame impulsively kisses Lisa Grady near an elevator at TOPS, February 12-13, 1987; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady at TOPS rooftop, April 15, 1987; Mary McKinnon and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, November 1, 1988; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady's love scene, November 4, 1988

"Love Is Here to Stay," by George Gershwin. Walter Curtin and Lenore Moore scene at the Colonial Inn, March 12, 1971; Cass Winthrop and Cecile DePoulignac scene, May 14, 1984

"Love Letters in Sand," Pat Boone. Ken and Laura Baxter scene, April 29, 1965

"Love Lies," Michael McDonald. Sam Fowler moves out of the loft he shares with Amanda Cory, December 7, 1987

"Love Light," Barbra Streisand. Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson's romantic moments interrupted by Steven Frame's crying, May 9, 1989

"Love Lips," Bob James. Brittany Peterson dreams that Catlin Ewing informed her of Peter Love's death, October 16, 1986; Michael Hudson, Mary McKinnon, Cass Winthrop, and Kathleen McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, October 31, 1986

"Love Nest," Jackie Gleason. Michael Bauer and Pat Randolph scene in coffee shop, August 26, 1966

"Love Shack," The B-52's. Donna Love and Vicky Hudson in her house, July 25, 1990

"Love Theme [From "Blade Runner" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," The New American Orchestra. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love swimming in a lake, March 3, 1988; Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love stranded in the jungle, March 7, 1988; Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant in a photograph dark room, May 16, 1988; Lisa Grady daydreams of dancing with Jamie Frame at Tops, June 20, 1988; Nicole Love decides to accept Cass Winthrop's marriage proposal, July 20, 1988; Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant discuss their wedding day in bed, October 25, 1988; Evan Frame and Amanda Cory's love scene, January 11, 1990

"Love Theme [From "The Breakfast Club" Soundtrack]," Keith Forsey. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon argue about Mary McKinnon's amnesia, scene at Mary's Place, October 21, 1986; Mary and Kathleen McKinnon at Mary's Place, October 31, 1986; Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, and Wallingford at Mary's Place, November 14, 1986; Ada Hobson and Mary McKinnon console Felicia Gallant over spending Christmas Day without Zane Lindquist, scene at Mary's Place, December 15, 1986

"Love Walked Out On Me," Peabo Bryson. Jake McKinnon and Samantha Houston scene in an apartment, July 25, 1986

"Love Will Always Be There," Third World. Lucas and Sharlene Frame at Cafe Paradise, March 22, 1990

"Love Won't Wait," Murry Wilson. Russ Matthews, Cindy Clark, Dan Shearer, and Susan Matthews Shearer at The Mirador, August 5, 1970

"Love Zone," Billy Ocean. Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, and Jake McKinnon at Mary's Place, July 30, 1986

"Lying Eyes," The Eagles. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame scene

"Madame Butterfly (Un Bel Di Vedremo)," Malcolm McLaren. Felicia Gallant, Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Mac Cory, and Rachel Cory at Nicole Love's fashion show, October 13, 1987

"Maid Marian," Michael Kamen. Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame in his law office, November 8, 1991

"Main Squeeze [Album]," Chuck Mangione. Selected songs from this album. Dennis Wheeler, Eileen Simpson, Rick Ludlow, and Kate Donovan pool scene, August 17, 1978

"Main Theme [From "A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge Soundtrack]," Written by Christopher Young. Reginald Love holds Michael Hudson at gunpoint in the Love Mansion, February 22, 1988

"Make It Real," The Jets. Josie Watts and Kevin Julian scene at the Old Mill, June 29, 1988

"Make Me a Memory," by Grover Washington, Jr. Bob Morgan and Quinn Harding scene, December 8, 1982; Perry Hutchins and Nancy McGowan outdoor scene, April 22, 1985

"Making Love," Roberta Flack. Performance at the Warehouse Club, November 17, 1983

"Making Tracks," Paul Keogh. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon search for Cecile DePoulignac on a pier in Majorca, November 30, 1984

"Maniac [From The "Flashdance" Soundtrack]," Michael Sembello. Michael Hudson and Donna Love at a dance club, August 18, 1986

"Maputo," Bob James and David Sanborn. Various characters at TOPS, March 4, 1987

"Martika's Kitchen," Martika. Cass Winthrop, Frankie Frame, and John Hudson scene in the Frame kitchen, October 22, 1991; Gary Sinclair and Josie Watts at the Frame farm, August 28, 1995

"Matter Of Time," UB40. Rachel Cory and Donna Love talk about Iris Wheeler's relationship with Mac Cory at the Cafe Paradise, March 24, 1989

"Maybe This Time," Written by John Kander and Fred Ebb. Performance by B.J. Jefferson (Ronnie Lawrence as Tiffany Simone) at The Pelican Club with Zack Edwards in the audience, July 7, 1988.

"Memories of Green, [From "Blade Runner" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," The New American Orchestra. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love stranded in the jungle, March 7, 1988; John Hudson talks to Mary McKinnon about his experience in Vietnam, May 5, 1988; Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson in their apartment, May 25, 1988; Various scenes featuring Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, Alli Fowler, Vince, Mary, Jake, and Cheryl McKinnon, July 13, 1988; John Hudson, Sharlene Frame, Matthew Cory, and Josie Watts on the porch of the Frame farm, November 10, 1988; Matthew Cory asks Josie Watts to live with him, scene in Matthew's apartment, April 3, 1989; Rachel Cory's speech at the 25th Anniversary of Cory Publishing, May 22, 1989

"Memory," Liberace. Performance, 1985

"Midnight In Tula," Tangerine Dream. Jake McKinnon chases after Carl Hutchins, who is holding Marley Hudson hostage, Arizona location sequence, November 21, 1985

"Midnight Mood," Bill Evans. Mac Cory and Elena DePoulignac at L'Auberge, July 21, 1982

"Mishima: A Life in Four Chapters [Soundtrack]," Philip Glass. Several songs from this soundtrack, Arizona location sequence, 1985

"Misled," Kool & The Gang. Tommy Lee Morrow scene, June 28, 1985; Various characters at Mary's Place, July 9, 1986; Scott LaSalle and Cass Winthrop at Mary's Place, September 3, 1986; Mary McKinnon, Michael Hudson, Scott LaSalle, and Peter Love at Mary's Place, December 30, 1986

"Miss You Like Crazy," Natalie Cole. Michael Hudson and Donna Love reconcile, May 25, 1990

"MMMBop," Hanson. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson in New York, 1997

"Mockingbird," Carly Simon and James Taylor. Reuben Lawrence and Frankie Frame scene, 1989

"Moments of Beauty," Alan Parker. Ada Hobson and Jamie Frame at "The Hair Affair," January 15, 1982

"Moonlight Melody," by De Wolfe Music. Debutante Ball scene featuring Cass Winthrop and Dee Evans, April 19, 1985

"More Than Friends," Bob James. Zack Edwards, Sara Montaigne, Quinn Harding, and Jamie Frame with date Melanie at TOPS, January 15, 1987

"Mother's Little Helper," The Rolling Stones. Kevin Julian frantically searches for his stash of drugs in his apartment, July 20, 1988

"Mountain High, Valley Low," Written by Raymond Scott and Bernie Hanighen. Bill Matthews and Lenore Moore restaurant scene, November 11, 1966

"Move This," Technotronic. Jake McKinnon and Donna Love at a fitness center, February 5, 1990; Evan Frame, Vicky Hudson, and Jamie Frame at a gym, March 23, 1990

"My Friend," Miki Howard. John Hudson and Cheryl McKinnon's theme, 1988; Version by Ray Charles & Take 6. Tomas Rivera, Nick Hudson, and Maggie Cory scene at a shelter, September 7, 1995

"My Hometown," Bruce Springsteen. Vince McKinnon and Jason Frame at Mary's Place, December 29, 1987

"My Melancholy Baby," Earl Hines. Party scene featuring Walter Curtin, Lenore Moore, John Randolph, Jim Matthews, Helen Moore, Mitchell Dru, Liz Matthews, Wayne Addison, and Steve Frame, September 11, 1970

"My Romance," David Benoit. John Hudson and Felicia Gallant scene, January 18, 1996

"My Sweet Lady," John Denver. Mac Cory in the Canadian wilderness, February 13, 1984

"Mysteries of Love," (French horn solo) Angelo Badalamenti. Dennis Wheeler and Marley Hudson scene, October 15, 1992

"Natural Love," Sheena Easton. Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon's theme, 1986

"Network 23," Tangerine Dream. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon, St. Thomas location scenes, July 22, 1986

"Night And Day," Billie Hughes. Grant Harrison and Vicky Hudson billiard room scene, December 17, 1992; Cass Winthrop, Morgan Winthrop, Courtney Evans, and Laurie Michaels scene at Sassy's, November 9, 1995; Nick Hudson bar scene, August 19, 1996

"Night Drive," Earl Klugh. Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, and Bridget Connell, location sequence, November 3, 1986

"Night Moves," Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band. Carl Hutchins, Nick Hudson, and Maggie Cory scene in the Cory Mansion, September 6, 1995

"New Attitude," Patti LaBelle. Cass Winthrop, Kathleen McKinnon, Adam Cory, M.J. McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, September 24, 1986; Maisie Watkins, Tony Carlisle, Nancy McGowan, Adam Cory, and M.J. McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 19, 1987

"Nina's Wish," Lenny Azzarello. Hospital Winter Masquerade scene, February 28, 1994

"Nobody Else But Me," George Shearing. Ken Jordan, Evan Frame, and Jamie Frame at the Pelican Club, May 3, 1990

"Nobody Should Have To Love This Way," Crystal Gayle. Sam Fowler, Mitch Blake, and Vince McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, January 14, 1988

"Nobody Loves Me Like You Do," James Patrick Dunne. Jake McKinnon and Marley Love reconcile, September 3, 1986; Reginald Love dances with Marley Hudson during her wedding to Jake McKinnon, September 29, 1986; Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon scene in a car, January 16, 1987

"Nobody Told Me," John Lennon. Larry Ewing's birthday party, March 9, 1984

"Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," Starship. Scott LaSalle and Dawn Rollo at Mary's Place, November 2 and 10, 1987

"Now And Forever (You and Me)," Anne Murray. Jake McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, and Marley Hudson, montage, March 1986

"Nowhere To Run," Martha Reeves & The Vandellas. Jake McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, Vince McKinnon, and Lisa Grady, outdoor scene, July 4, 1988; Hospital surgical room scene, January 3, 1996; Tony and Sofia Carlino restaurant scene, August 23, 1996

"Nowhere To Run," Barry Devorzon and Richard P Hazard. Cass Winthrop shatters a mirror by throwing a flask at it, October 23, 1987; Michael Hudson watches over a sleeping Donna Love, November 4, 1987; Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory at the docks, April 6, 1990

"No One in the World," Anita Baker. Reginald Love, Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Peter Love, and Peggy Lazarus at TOPS, January 2, 1987

"No One Is To Blame," Howard Jones. Michael Hudson and Jake McKinnon at Mary's Place, August 19, 1986; Catlin Ewing, Nancy McGowan, M.J. McKinnon, and Cass Winthrop at Mary's Place, September 22, 1986

"No Woman, No Cry," Bob Marley & The Wailers. Jake McKinnon, Marley Hudson, Mitch Blake, and Nicole Love at the Cafe Paradise, May 9, 1989

"O Mio Babbino Caro," Giacomo Puccini and Giovacchi Forzano. John and Pat Randolph living room scene, April 6, 1971

"O Sole Mio," Sung by Luciano Pavarotti and Bryan Adams. Sofia Carlino, Felicia Gallant, and John Hudson scene in Carlino's restaurant, January 17, 1996

"Ocean Mist," Dominic Anthony Messinger. John Hudson and Felicia Gallant scene, October 4, 1995

"On Golden Pond," by Dave Grusin. Mac Cory's death, June 13, 1989; Ryan Harrison's death scene with Vicky Hudson at his bedside, October 2, 1995

"On The Boulevard," John Dwyer. Carl Hutchins and Rachel Cory scene, January 18, 1994

"Once In A While," sung by The Chimes. Sam/Lee/Lahoma love triangle "theme," 1968-1969

"Once Upon a Dream [From the Original Broadway Musical "Jekyll & Hyde" Soundtrack]," Christiane Knoll. Montage featuring Gary Sinclair, Josie Watts, Grant Harrison, Carl Hutchins, Rachel Cory, Ryan Harrison, Matthew Cory, Donna Love, and Vicky Hudson, October 2, 1995

"Once Upon a Time," Lester Lanin & His Orchestra. Robert Delaney, Iris Wheeler, Dennis Wheeler, Jamie Frame, and Vivien Gorrow on the deck of a yacht, May 23, 1989.

"One Hearbeat," Smokey Robinson. Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady on TOPS rooftop, June 22, 1987; Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Sara Montaigne, and Cass Winthrop at Mary's Place, October 9, 1987; Amanda Cory and Julie Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, November 9, 1987; Various characters at Mary's Place, December 30, 1987; Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon, Julie Ann Edwards, and Sam Fowler scene at Mary's Place, January 8, 1988

"One in a Million You," Larry Graham. Zack Edwards, Chad Rollo, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Dawn Rollo, Vicky Hudson, Jamie Frame, and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 1, 1988

"One Man Woman," The Judds. Jake McKinnon as Doris Pepperdine and Paulina Cory Carlino scene, September 5, 1995

"One More Day," Chicago. Reginald Love, Felicia Gallant, Mitch Blake, and Reginald Love at TOPS, January 2, 1987

"One More Night," Phil Collins. M.J. McKinnon, Kathleen McKinnon, Rachel Cory, Felicia Gallant, and Brittany Peterson at Mary's Place, July 1, 1986; Vicky Hudson, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, M.J. McKinnon, and Julie Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, December 9, 1986; Mary McKinnon, M.J. McKinnon, Adam Cory, Jamie Frame, and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, December 18, 1986; Mary McKinnon, Peter Love, Felicia Gallant, Wallingford, and Nancy McGowan at Mary's Place, December 30, 1986

"One More Try," George Michael. Vicky Hudson admits that she has lost Jamie Frame to Lisa Grady at a barbecue, prompting Jamie Frame to propose marriage to Lisa Grady, barbecue scene, July 5, 1988; Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Kevin Julian at the Cory Mansion's swimming pool, July 26, 1988

"One Of A Kind," Stevie Wonder. Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Zack Edwards, and Ronnie Lawrence at a barbecue, June 29, 1988

"One Of Us," Joan Osborne. Hospital scene, January 4, 1996

"One Step Closer," Anne Marie Radel. Jamie Frame and Kelsey Harrison's theme, 1992

"Only a Dream," Mary Chapin Carpenter. Sharlene Frame in the empty Frame house, January 10, 1996

"Only In My Dreams," Debbie Gibson. Amanda Cory overhears Sam Fowler ask Cheryl McKinnon to go dancing, Mary's Place, November 19, 1987; Vince McKinnon, Cheryl McKinnon, Mary McKinnon, and Scott LaSalle scene at Mary's Place, January 8, 1988

"Only Love Knows Why," Peter Cetera. Reginald Love, Peter Love, Peggy Lazarus, Michael Hudson, Felicia Gallant, Mitch Blake, and Nancy McGowan at TOPS, January 2, 1987; Adam Cory, M.J. McKinnon, and Chad Rollo scene at TOPS, January 12, 1987

"Only the Young," Journey. Josie Watts at the Old Mill mistaking Kevin Julian for Matthew Cory, June 29, 1988

"Ooh Baby Baby," Smokey Robinson & The Miracles. Mary McKinnon, Jason Frame, and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, February 24, 1988

"Orchestral Set No. 2: III. From Hanover Square North, at the End of Tragic Day, the Voice of the People Again Arose," by Charles Ives. Vicky Hudson's nightmare featuring Justine Duvalier, October 26, 1995

"Our Love Is Here To Stay," Version by Michael Feinstein. Carl Hutchins and Rachel Cory rooftop scene, February 23, 1994; Version by Nat King Cole. Carl Hutchins and Rachel Cory's wedding, August 11, 1994

"Out of the Blue," Debbie Gibson. Matthew Cory tries to reach Riviera (Josie Watts) on the teen chat phone line while Tracy Julian observes, June 7, 1988

"Overload," Zappacosta. Jake McKinnon teases Vicky Hudson for trying to pull a pregnancy scam on Jamie Frame, scene in Vicky Hudson's apartment, June 24, 1988

"Oxygene, Pt. 6," Jean-Michel Jarre. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon, Arizona location sequence, November 12, 1985; Cecile DePoulignac, Jim LaRusso, and Czaja Carnek find an unconscious Cass Winthrop in a boat, location sequence, June 5, 1986; Cecile DePoulignac and Jim LaRusso scene in Tanquir, June 11, 1986

"Pachelbel: Canon and Gigue for Three Violins and Continuo in D Major," Jean-Francois Pallard. Music for Zane Lindquist's memorial, August 15, 1986

"Paradise Is Here," Tina Turner. Adam Cory professes his love to M.J. McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 14, 1987

"Parado de Valldemossa," Traditional. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon at a masquerade, Majorca location sequence, November 23, 1984

"Part-Time Lover," Stevie Wonder. Sam Fowler, Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Mary McKinnon, and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, January 15, 1988

"Penetration," The Ventures. Tom Baxter and Pat Randolph, July 22, 1964

"People Everyday," Arrested Development. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson in New York, 1997

"Percussion On The Go," Mike Moran. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon being pursued by Ross, Majorca location sequence, November 23, 1984

"Picnic Suite for Flute, Guitar, and Jazz Piano Trio: VI," Claude Bolling. Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon location sequence, November 4, 1986; Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon scene, March 26, 1986

"Picture With No Color," Mike Dalton. Cass Winthrop, Laurie Michaels, Morgan Winthrop, and Courtney Evans, scene at Sassy's, November 9, 1995

"Pieces Of Dreams," Stanley Turrentine. Various scenes with Rachel Cory, Ken Jordan, Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, Sharlene Frame, and Frankie Frame, February 16, 1990

"Pilots of Purple Twilight," Tangerine Dream. Felicia Gallant, Brittany Peterson, and Catlin Ewing at Mary's Place, November 25, 1986

"Pink Cadillac," Bruce Springsteen. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon scene, location sequence, April 22, 1986

"Play With Fire," The Rolling Stones. Scott LaSalle, Zack Edwards, and Jason Frame, scene at Mary's Place, April 28, 1988

"Playing With Fire," Crowded House. Mitch Blake, Chad Rollo, and M.J. McKinnon at TOPS, January 14, 1987

"Playing with the Boys [From "Top Gun" Original Soundtrack]," Kenny Loggins. Greg Houston and Nancy McGowan talk about their relationship, scene at Mary's Place, November 20, 1986

"Please Don't Be Scared," Sheena Easton. Montage, 1996

"Poetry," Norman Candler. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon, Majorca location sequence, 1984

"Point Of No Return," Expose. Nancy McGowan, Greg and Samantha Houston, Michael Hudson, and Adam Cory scenes at Mary's Place, July 15, 1986; Mitch Blake and Matthew Cory at a restaurant, November 24, 1986

"Point of No Return," Nu Shooz. Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, July 17, 1986

"Polka Dots And Moonbeams," Marian McPartland. Various characters at the Bay City Country Club, party scene, May 4, 1984

"Possession Obsession," Daryl Hall & Joan Oates. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson diner scene, August 22, 1985

"Pour toi la musique," Gold. Marley Hudson and Jamie Frame at a society party in France, May 24, 1990; Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson location sequences in Nice, Frane, June 1, 1990

"Pourtant," Roch Voisine. Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson have dinner in France, May 28, 1990

"Prescription For Love," Michele Vice-Maslin. John Hudson and Felicia Gallant getting ready for a date montage, February 7, 1996

"Pretty Waltz," Jim Lawless. Larry and Clarice Ewing at "The Hair Affair," January 15, 1982

"Pretzel Twist," The Candymen Orchestra. Jukebox song at Kopper Kettle featuring Missy Palmer and Lee Randolph, April 5, 1965

"Primal Fear," by Barry Devorzon and Richard P. Hazard. Kevin Anderson lurking behind Lorna Devon while holding a gun, November 20, 1992; Carl Hutchins and Rachel Cory scene in her art studio, September 6, 1995

"Private Dancer," Tina Turner. Chris Chapin and Nancy McGowan scene in the Cory mansion, September 4, 1985

"Promise Me," Billy Ocean. Nancy McGowan tells Tony Carlisle that she and Greg Houston split up, scene at Mary's Place, January 16, 1987; Rachel Cory, Felicia Gallant, Mitch Blake, Dr. Alan Glaser, and Lisa Grady at TOPS, April 15, 1987

"Proposal [From "An Affair to Remember" Soundtrack]," by Hugo Friedhofer. Jake McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, Steven Frame, and Kirkland Harrison, 1950s-style fantasy sequence, July 30, 1996

"Proud Mary," Creedence Clearwater Revival. Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, Sharlene Frame, and Caroline Stafford in the Frame Farm kitchen, October 19, 1988

"Prove Me Wrong," David Pack. Mary McKinnon, Jason Frame, Ada Hobson, Mac Cory, and Rachel Cory at Mary's Place, February 4, 1988

"Puccini: Tosca, Act III: E lucevan le stelle," Sir Neville Marriner. Evan Frame and Amanda Cory, flashback scene, January 29, 1990

"Push," Prince & The New Power Generation. Various cast members at the Brava Magazine Halloween party, November 4-5, 1991

"Put Us Together," The Spinners. Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, Zack Edwards, and Quinn Harding at Mary's Place, October 14, 1986; Mitch Blake, Ada Hobson, and Mary McKinnon scenes at Mary's Place, November 13, 1986

"Quand on est en amour," Patrick Norman. Jamie Frame and Marley Hudson restaurant scene in France, May 30 and June 1, 1990

"Quicksand," Barry Devorzon and Richard P Hazard. Fax Newman and Frankie Frame in the Cory icehouse, August 19, 1996

"Redneck Rhythm & Blues," Brooks & Dunn. Shane Roberts, Vicky Hudson with Grant and Kirkland Harrison scene, August 20, 1996

"Red Red Wine," UB40. Ada Hobson, Sidney Sugarman, Matthew Cory, Jake McKinnon, Sharlene Frame, John Hudson, and Russ Matthews at the Cafe Paradise, March 27, 1989; Derek Dane and Stacey Winthrop kissing scene, March 29, 1990

"Rescue Me," Fontella Bass. Various characters at 30th anniversary party, May 4, 1994

"Revetlia de Inca," Cecile DePoulignac in hiding, Majorca location sequence, November 23, 1984

"Reviens A Moi," Composed by Henri Romagnesi. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame in France, October 12, 1970

"Rhythm is Gonna Get You," Gloria Estefan and Miami Sound Machine. Josie Watts arrives to an outdoor party attended by Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, and Tracy Julian, June 24, 1988

"Right as the Rain," Barbra Streisand. Mac Cory's death, 1989

"Rip Tide," Barry Devorzon and Richard P. Hazard. Various scenes featuring Michael Hudson, Donna Love, John Hudson, and Peter Love, October 27, 1987; Various characters surrounding Rex Allingham, who is taking Nicole Love as a hostage, December 7, 1987; Drew Marsten plots to include compromising photos of himself and Amanda Cory in an article, hotel suite scene, July 25, 1988

"Roll With It," Steve Winwood. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory at the Cory Mansion's swimming pool, July 28, 1988

"Romeo and Juliet," Bella Davidovich. Olivia Matthews talking to little girls at a dance studio, August 11, 1989; Olivia Matthews' ballet rehearsing scene, July 27, 1990

"Room Full of Roses," Mickey Gilley. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory at a diner, March 18, 1988

"Runaway Heart," Louise Mandrell. Performance at Warehouse Club, November 18, 1983

"Running Up That Hill," Kate Bush. Michael Hudson and Shane Roberts' car crash, February 16, 1998

"Running with the Devil," Van Halen. Larry Ewing and Tommy Lee Morrow scene, July 12, 1985

"Safe With Me," Unknown. Montage

"Same Old Lang Syne," Dan Fogelberg. Vicky Hudson's fantasy sequence of celebrating New Year's with Jamie Frame, March 15, 1990

"Santa Claus Is Comin' to Town," Bruce Springsteen. Vicky Hudson and Neal Cory scene in a dance club, December 25, 1985. Version by The Pointer Sisters. Sam Fowler trying to work in the loft he shares with Amanda Cory, December 24, 1987

"Saving All My Love For You," Whitney Houston. Cecile DePoulignac tries to seduce Cass Winthrop, June 11, 1986

"Say It Isn't So," Darryl Hall & John Oates. Various cast members at Smiley's, October 15, 1984; Vince, Kathleen, and M.J. McKinnon at Mary's Place, October 14, 1986

"Say It (Over And Over Again)," John Coltrane Quartet. Vince and Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, and Lisa Grady at Tops, June 20, 1988; John Hudson, Evan Frame, Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, Jake McKinnon, Vicky Hudson, and Sharlene Frame at the Pelican Club, January 30, 1990

"Scrap Yard [From "Thief" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," Tangerine Dream. Kathleen McKinnon being held hostage by Herman Ludwig, August 7, 1986; Marley Hudson tries unsuccessfully to confront Reginald Love, August 18, 1986; Cass Winthrop in an empty hospital room as an unknown assailant prepares to shoot him, October 2, 1986

"Seasons Change," Expose. Mary McKinnon, Ada Hobson, and Amanda Cory at Mary's Place, April 14, 1988

"Season's Greetings," Danny Belfrey and Rick Rhodes. John Hudson fumes as Sharlene Frame signs her family farm over to new owners and Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame inform Cecile DePoulignac that the duchess is broke, scene at The Harbor Club, December 20, 1995

"Secret Feelings," Ernesto Cortazar. Various scenes featuring: Mac Cory, Felicia Gallant, Mitch Blake, Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, John Hudson, and Sharlene Frame, April 28, 1989

"Secret Lovers," Atlantic Starr. Marley Hudson and Nancy McGowan, at Smiley's Diner, April 1986

"Secret O'Life," James Taylor. John Hudson, Josie Watts, and Matthew Cory at Sharlene Frame's grave, February 18, 1994

"Seduces Me," Celine Dion. Gabe McNamara and Lorna Devon's theme

"Serenade In Blue," Glenn Miller. Ada Hobson and Rachel Cory scene in Ada's house, November 30, 1981

"Sexual Healing," Marvin Gaye. Gil Fenton, Julia Shearer, Leo Mars, and Quinn Harding at The Warehouse, July 6, 1983; Outdoor party scene, September 17, 1984

"Shakedown," Bob Seger. Adam Cory and Wallingford at The Powerhouse while Cass Winthrop and Rex Allingham have a confrontation, December 7, 1987. Version by Spyro Gyra. Jason Frame, Vince McKinnon, and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, February 8, 1988

"Shake You Down," Gregory Abbott. Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, Tracy Julian, and Mary McKinnon at the Cory Mansion pool, June 3, 1988

"Shattered Dreams," Johnny Hates Jazz. Vicky Hudson, Jake McKinnon, and Tracy Julian, scene at Mary's Place, June 24, 1988

"She's Like The Wind," Patrick Swayze. Cheryl McKinnon, Julie Ann Edwards, and Sam Fowler at Mary's Place, January 18, 1988

"Shizukesa (Peace)," Kitaro. Various scenes, January 15, 1996

"Shoe Shine Boy," Lester Yong. Lily Mason, Carter Todd, and Thomasina Todd at Mary's Place (final scenes of characters), June 13, 1986; Adam Cory, Michael Hudson, and M.J. McKinnon vent their frustrations about police work and "The Vulture" (Reginald Love), scene at Mary's Place, July 16, 1986

"Shoot Out [From "Beverly Hills Cop" Soundtrack]," Composed by Harold Faltemeyer. Larry Ewing scene in a bar, August 6, 1985

"Shower You with Love," Peabo Bryson. Valentine's Day montage featuring Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame with Charlie, Ian Rain and Paulina Cory, Ryan Harrison with Vicky Hudson and Steven Frame, and Rachel Cory, February 15, 1994

"Shut Up and Kiss Me," Mary Chapin Carpenter. Tomas Rivera, Maggie Cory, Luisa Rivera, Josie Watts, Gary Sinclair, and John Hudson scene at the Frame farm, August 29, 1995

"Shy," Patti LaBelle. Montage at the Design House featuring Felicia Gallant, Nicole Love, Cheryl McKinnon, Lisa Grady, and Cass Winthrop, May 19, 1988

"Siempre Hay Esperanza," Sade. Lucas, Donna Love, and Jake McKinnon at Visions, February 20, 1990

"Si Voy a Perderte," Gloria Estefan. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts apartment scene, February 22, 1990

"Silent Night," Frank Sinatra. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory attempt a reconciliation, Cory Mansion scene, December 25, 1987

"Silouettes," The Rays. Gary Sinclair and Josie Watts at the police station, November 17, 1995

"Silver Bells," Version by Orchestra Manhattan. Iris Wheeler observes a crowd dancing at The Snowflake Ball, December 16, 1988

"Simply Irresistible," Robert Palmer. Matthew Cory defends Josie Watts against another male caller's harassment on the teen chat line, July 8, 1988; Olivia Matthews' fantasy sequence featuring Lucas and Josie Watts, February 28, 1990

"Since I Fell For You," Bob James. Michael Hudson, Adam Cory, M.J. McKinnon, Reginald Love, and Mary McKinnon at TOPS, January 2, 1987

"Single Heart," De Barge. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory apartment scene, February 9, 1989

"Single White Female," Chely Wight. Performance at the Lucky Lady, June 16, 1999

"Sir Duke," Stanley Turrentine. Derek Dane and Paulina Cory at the Pelican Club, March 5, 1990; Sharlene Frame and Caroline Stafford at the Pelican Club, March 19, 1990

"Sister Moon," Sting. Evan Frame and Caroline Stafford share drinks and affection in Evan's suite, October 19, 1988; Marley Hudson consoles Jake McKinnon over their inability to conceive a child, November 17, 1988; Ken Jordan and Rachel Cory scene, July 26, 1990

"Sisters Are Doin' It for Themselves," Annie Lennox and Aretha Franklin. Dee Evans and Nancy McGowan with dates at a dance club, then Dee Evans calls Chris Chapin, March 14, 1986

"Sisterseed," by Andreas Vollenweider. Daphne Grimaldi scene, August 30, 1985

"Skagly," Freddie Hubbard. Cass Winthrop and Adam Cory question an orderly named Johnny Masters about Mary McKinnon's presumed death while playing cards, September 22, 1986

"Skeletons," Stevie Wonder. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts in his bedroom, July 15, 1988

"Skin O' My Teeth," by Megadeth. Justine Duvalier holding Vicky Hudson captive, September 1, 1995

"Slide off of Your Satin Sheets," Johnny Paycheck. Jason Frame threatens to expose Iris Wheeler of being "The Chief" in a diner, November 16, 1988

"Sleep in Heavenly Peace (Silent Night)," Barbara Streisand. Christmas celebration at the Cory Mansion, December 25, 1985

"Slow Passin' Time," Anne Murray. Sharlene Frame and Rachel Cory in the Frame farm kitchen, October 11, 1988

"Slow Water," Peter Gabriel. Reginald Love, Michael Hudson, John Hudson, and Andre Battelier at the hospital, February 25, 1988; Mac Cory and Drew Marsten in a Cory Publishing office, July 28, 1988; John Hudson rescues Mikey Miller from a psychotic Chris MacAleer, October 14, 1988

"Small Town," John Mellencamp. Mac and Rachel Cory, Felicia Gallant, Ada Hobson, and Nancy McGowan worry about Matthew Cory, who ran away, scene at Mary's Place; November 25, 1986; Maisie Watkins, Nancy McGowan, Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, and Greg Houston at Mary's Place, February 3, 1987; Kevin Julian introduces Tracy Julian to Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, May 16, 1988

"Smooth As Silk," C.A. Quintet. Ernie Downs and Ada Hobson scene in Rachel's apartment, August 3, 1970

"Smooth Operator," Sade. Michael Hudson, Catlin Ewing, and Brittany Peterson scenes at Mary's Place and the Love Mansion, July 15, 1986; Ada Hobson realizes that Vince McKinnon had taken the sandwich she had prepared for him, scene Mary's Place, January 14, 1987

"Softly, As I Leave You," Roger Williams. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame restaurant scene, March 22, 1971

"Solid," Ashford & Simpson. Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon at Mary's Place, December 11, 1986

"Somebody," Gloria Loring. Performance at TOPS, December 31, 1987

"So Amazing," Luther Vandross. Amanda Cory, Julie Ann Edwards, Sam Fowler, and Mitch Blake diner scene, December 15, 1987; Lisa Grady, Sam Fowler, Cheryl McKinnon, Adam Cory, and Vicky Hudson at Lisa's birthday party, December 17, 1987

"So Emotional," Whitney Houston. Mary and Vince McKinnon, Zack Edwards, Scott LaSalle, Dawn Rollo, Chad Rollo, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, November 10, 1987; Various characters at The Powerhouse, December 7, 1987; Adam Cory, Jamie Frame, and Vicky Hudson at Lisa Grady's birthday party, December 17, 1987; Ada Hobson and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 30, 1988

"So Much Trouble in the World," Originally by Bob Marley & The Wailers. Montage featuring Grant Harrison, Matthew Cory, Donna Love, Morgan Winthrop, Gary Sinclair, Josie Watts, and Michael Hudson looking at a wedding picture of John Hudson and Sharlene Frame, April 26, 1996

"Someone To Love Me For Me," Lisa Lisa & Cult Jam (Duet with Full Force). Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, Tracy Julian, Josie Watts, and Susie Strathmore at an outdoor party, June 27, 1988

"Someone to Watch Over Me," Version sung by Lena Horne. Lee Randolph scene, April 6, 1965; John Randolph scene, April 26, 1965; Performance by Tracy DeWitt, October 1, 1980; Version by Percy Faith & His Orchestra. Vince and Mary McKinnon share a slow dance in a hotel room, February 6, 1987; Vince daydreams about Mary McKinnon, February 11, 1987; Version by Sheena Easton. John Hudson and Felicia hospital scene, September 4, 1995

"Something Real (Inside Me/Inside You)," Mr. Mister. Sam Fowler searching for Amanda Cory in Manhattan, New York, location sequence, January 21, 1988

"Something So Strong," Crowded House. Vince McKinnon, Mary McKinnon, and Scott LaSalle at Mary's Place, March 31, 1988

"Something To Believe In," Linda Eder. Carl Hutchins and Rachel Cory's theme, Victoria Wyndham's 25th anniversary, July 10, 1997

"Some Things Are Better Left Unsaid," Daryl Hall & John Oates. Cheryl McKinnon flirts with Bernie Gladstone in hopes of extracting information from him, scene at the Pig Whistle Saloon, February 6, 1987

"Somewhere Along the Way," Tony Bennett. Various characters at Mary's Place for Zane Lindquist's memorial, August 14, 1986

"Somewhere Out There [From "An American Tail" Soundtrack]," Linda Ronstadt and James Ingram. Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady picnic scene, May 18, 1987; Vince McKinnon, Diane Flannery, and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, November 12, 1987; Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, February 2, 1988; Vince and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, February 29, 1988; Rachel Cory and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, March 25, 1988

"Songbird," Kenny G. Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, Cass Winthrop, Nicole Love, Mac and Rachel Cory, Zack Edwards, and Colette Dubois at a yacht party, November 3, 1987; Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson in her apartment, April 15, 1988; Jake McKinnon stops himself from making love to Marley Hudson at "Visions," August 23, 1990

"Sono andati," Mirella Freni and Luciano Pavarotti. Carl Hutchins in his suite with Yoshi Ito, February 15, 1994; Evan Frame and Vicky Hudson in his apartment, February 19, 1990

"Sooner or Later," Written by Stephen Sondheim. Dennis Wheeler and Marley Hudson scene, October 14, 1992; Maggie Cory performance at the Harbor Club, April 1, 1994; Cecile DePoulignac in the Cory Mansion, November 27, 1995

"Spanish Flea," Tijuana Brass. Jukebox song at Kopper Kettle, 1965-1966 [recurring]

"Special," By Jimmy Cliff. Zack Edwards' farewell party at Cafe Paradise with Cass Winthrop and Frankie Frame, March 29, 1990

"Spinning Wheel," Blood, Sweat & Tears and David Clayton-Thomas. Sam Lucas and Lahoma Vane Lucas at the Purple Plum, October 7, 1969

"Spread Love," Take 6. Tomas Rivera, Nick Hudson and Maggie Cory scene at a shelter, September 7, 1995

"Springtime in Paris," Paul Elliot. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame in France, October 12, 1970

"Stand By Me," Ben E. King. Mac Cory, Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, Rachel Cory, and Liz Matthews call various board members to persuade them not to sell their stock in Cory Publishing, May 9, 1988. Version by Otis Redding. Various characters at 30th anniversary party, May 4, 1994

"Stand By Your Man," Tammy Wynette. Michael Hudson and Donna Love scene, July 2, 1986

"Stay," Madonna. Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon, John Hudson, and Julie Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, March 24, 1988

"Step By Step," J.D. Souther. Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon's theme

"Still Crazy After All These Years," Paul Simon. Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon sitting by a campfire, July 11, 1986

"Stompin' At The Savoy," Benny Goodman Trio. Catlin Ewing, Peter Love, and Rachel Cory scene at Mary's Place, July 15, 1986

"Stop To Love," Luther Vandross. Reginald Love, Scott LaSalle, Mary, M.J., and Cheryl McKinnon, Adam Cory, Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, and Michael Hudson scenes at TOPS, January 2, 1987

"Stratosfear (Excerpt)," Tangerine Dream. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant apartment scene, September 16, 1986; Reginald Love, Scott LaSalle, and Mary McKinnon in a hotel room, October 7, 1986

"Stuck On You," Lionel Richie. Mitch Blake and Sam Fowler at Mary's Place, November 6, 1987.

"Stuck On You," Bobby Caldwell. Rafael Santiero, Nick Hudson, Joe Carlino, and Sofia Carlino scenes, June 28, 1996

"Stuck With You," Huey Lewis & The News. September 1986; Mac Cory, Rose Livingstone, Rachel Cory, Reginald Love, and Mary McKinnon, scenes at Mary's Place, December 17, 1986

"Stuntman," Edgar Froese. St. Thomas location sequences, June - August 1986 [recur]

"Suddenly," Billy Ocean. Michael Hudson and Donna Love decide to make love, January 29, 1988

"Sugar on the Floor," Version by Elton John. Grant Todd and Lily Mason apartment scene, September 7, 1984

"Suite No. 1 for Flute & Jazz Piano Trio: II. Sentimentale (Instrumental)," Jean-Pierre Rampal. Various characters at New Year's party in the Cory Mansion, December 31, 1987

"Summer Came," Written by Jasper Sawyer. Performance by Tracy DeWitt at the Supper Club, July 2, 1980

"Sunset," Air Supply. Nicole Love daydreams of getting intimate with Drew Marsten, scene at the design house, May 17, 1988

"Sunset People," Donna Summer. Mitch Blake and Rachel Cory scene at a disco, August 18, 1980

"Suspicious Minds," Elvis Presley. Ada Hobson, Cheryl McKinnon, Kevin Julian, Vince and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, May 12, 1988; Vince McKinnon, Adam Cory, Matthew Cory, and Kevin and Tracy Julian at Mary's Place, May 16, 1988

"Sussudio," Phil Collins. Mary McKinnon, Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Sara Montaigne at Mary's Place, January 8, 1987

"Sweet and Lovely," Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra. Tom Baxter, Pat Randolph, Bill Matthews, and Missy Palmer at the Green Gables Restaurant, June 10, 1964

"Sweet Freedom [From the "Running Scared" Motion Picture Soundtrack]," Michael McDonald. Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Patricia Kirkland scenes at Mary's Place, March 4, 1987

"Sweet Georgia Brown," Lester Lanin & His Orchestra. Cass Winthrop, Nicole Love, and Frankie Frame on a yacht, May 24, 1989

"Sweet Love," Anita Baker. Mitch Blake and Felicia Gallant scene, January 6, 1987; Rachel Cory, Rose Livingstone, Sara Montaigne, Reginald and Nicole Love, Michael Hudson, and Jamie Frame at TOPS, January 16, 1987; Mitch Blake, Sara Montaigne, Felicia Gallant, Dave Wilcox, Maisie Watkins, Tony Carlisle, Nancy McGowan, Jamie Frame, and Lisa Grady at TOPS, February 13, 1987; Various characters at Halloween celebration at Mary's Place, November 2, 1987; Amanda Cory and Julie Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, November 9, 1987

"Sympathy for the Devil," The Rolling Stones. Wallingford, Donna Love, Rex Allingham, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson at The Powerhouse, December 7, 1987

"Symphony No. 25 in G Minor, K 183: I. Allegro con brio," by Bruno Walter. Amanda Cory tries to resist Evan Frame's sexual advances, January 11, 1990

"Taboo," Arthur Lyman. Matthew Cory's fantasy sequence while calling the teen chat phone line, June 6, 1988

"Take a Look at My Face," Michael Bolton. Jason Frame reintroduces himself to Vince and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, December 28, 1987

"Take Good Care of My Heart," Whitney Houston and Jermaine Jackson. Mary McKinnon and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, December 15, 1986; Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, Maisie Watkins, and Dave Wilcox at Mary's Place, February 3, 1987

"Take Me Home Tonight (Be My Baby)," Eddie Money. Rachel Cory, Nancy McGowan, Vince McKinnon, and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, April 29, 1987

"Take My Breath Away [Love Theme From "Top Gun" Original Soundtrack]," Berlin. Catlin Ewing and Sara Montaigne scene at Mary's Place, November 14, 1986; Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon share kisses in a hallway, January 5, 1987

"Take This Job and Shove It," Johnny Paycheck. Iris Wheeler and Jason Frame arrive for their secret meeting at a diner, November 16, 1988

"Take To The Skies," Richard Eliot. Sharlene Frame, Josie Watts, Evan Frame, and Grant Harrison at the Pelican Club, May 14, 1990

"Taking A Chance On Love," George Shearing. Rick Graham, Julie Ann Edwards, Jake McKinnon, and Vicky Hudson at The Pelican Club, November 4, 1988

"Tales From the Vienna Woods," Johann Strauss II. Sally Frame's nightmare sequence, September 13, 1984

"Teach Your Children," Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young. Montage of Michael Hudson spending time with Mikey Miller, June 16, 1988

"Tears in Heaven," Eric Clapton. Ryan Harrison and Vicky Hudson are reunited in Heaven, January 24-28, 1997

"Telephone Line," Electric Light Orchestra. Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, and Tracy Julian at The Cory Mansion pool, June 3, 1988; Matthew Cory and Josie Watts agree to meet at the Old Mill over the teen chat phone line, June 28, 1988

"Tell It to My Heart," Taylor Dayne. Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, Dawn Rollo, Julie Ann Edwards, Ada Hobson, Captain Sean Delaney, and Vince McKinnon at Mary's Place, November 2, 1987

"Tell Me Again," Diana Ross. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love scene, location sequence, and Vince McKinnon, Ada Hobson, and Diane Flannery at Mary's Place, November 12, 1987; Vince and Mary McKinnon, Mac Cory, Sam Fowler, Jason Frame, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 19, 1988

"Tender Love," Force MD's. Michael Hudson and Donna Love's theme, 1986

"Tenderly," Wayne King & His Orchestra. Ernie Downs and Ada Hobson scene, August 3, 1970

"TFS," Herbie Hancock. Adam Cory and M.J. McKinnon questioned by a police officer while sitting in a car, October 2, 1986

"That's What Friends Are For," Dionne Warwick. Nancy McGowan, Dee Evans, and Vicky Hudson at Smiley's Diner, May 1, 1986; Mary and Cheryl McKinnon, Matthew Cory, Kevin and Tracy Julian, John Hudson, Jason Frame, Zack Edwards, and Courtney Walker, scene at Mary's Place, May 19, 1988

"The Apartment," Barbra Streisand. Felicia Gallant reminisces to Mitch Blake about Wallingford, February 8, 1988; Cass Winthrop and Felicia Gallant recall fond memories of their time with Wallingford, February 10, 1988; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady argue over his tryst with Vicky Hudson, bedroom scene, May 10, 1988; Sam Fowler tells Amanda Cory that his vision is improving, scene in their loft, May 13, 1988

"The Autopsy [From "Cat People" Soundtrack]," Giorgio Moroder. Sin Stalker scene, March 23, 1987

"The Best Is Yet To Come," Samantha Fox. Chad Rollo, Scott LaSalle, Dawn Rollo, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, John Hudson, Adam Cory, and Vicky Hudson at The Powerhouse, December 4, 1987

"The Best Things In Life Are Free," The Temptations. Fred Douglas and Liz Matthews scene at the Top of the Tower, June 9, 1967

"The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)," Version by Barbara Streisand. Ada Hobson, Chad Rollo, Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, December 9, 1987; Jamie Frame, Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, December 23, 1987; Frankie Frame scene, December 24, 1992. Version by Frank Sinatra. Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Matthew Cory, Rachel Cory, Ada Hobson, Mac Cory, and Amanda Cory in the Cory Mansion, and Sam Fowler in a loft, December 25, 1987

"The Christmas Waltz," Frank Sinatra. Wallingford, Felicia Gallant, and Mitch Blake at Tops, December 24, 1987; Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory in the Cory Mansion, December 25, 1987

"The Eyes of Love," Hugo Winterhalter and His Orchestra. Walter Curtin and Lenore Moore scene at the Colonial Inn, March 12, 1971

"The Finer Things," Steve Winwood. Amanda Cory, Sam Fowler, Vince, Mary, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, November 19, 1987

"The First Noel," Nat King Cole. Brittany Peterson scene in jail, December 23, 1986

"The Girl Is Mine," Michael Jackson. Carter Todd, Ben McKinnon, Marley Hudson, Nancy McGowan, Thomasina Todd, and Hunter Bradshaw scene at Smiley's Diner, September 3, 1984

"The Greenhouse [From "Dad" Soundtrack]," James Horner. Ken Jordan tells Rachel Cory about his encounter with Mac Cory in Maine, February 19, 1990; John Hudson confesses his reservations about having children to Sharlene Frame, March 16, 1990; Michael Hudson, Donna Love, Jake McKinnon, Jamie Frame, and Vicky Hudson scenes, April 27, 1990; Jake McKinnon lashes out at Marley Hudson for leaving him, May 18, 1990; John Hudson, Sharlene Frame, and Dr. Taylor Benson scene at the Frame Farm, May 22, 1990

"The Happy Couple," Michael Hedges. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen riding in a horse carriage, November 9 and 12, 1987

"The Heart Is A Lonely Hunter," Written by Mark D. Sanders, Kim Williams, and Ed Hill. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon, March 26, 1986; Michael Hudson surprises Donna Love in her bedroom with balloons and proposes marriage to her, November 14, 1986

"The Heart Never Forgets," Leann Rimes. Cameron Sinclair and Amanda Cory's theme, 1998

"The Heart Of Rock And Roll," Huey Lewis & The News. Vince, Kathleen, and M.J. McKinnon at Mary's Place, July 1, 1986; Greg Houston and Nancy McGowan officially end their romance at Mary's Place, January 16, 1987

"The Hospital," Barbara Streisand. Scott LaSalle, Chad Rollo, and Dawn Rollo at a hospital, March 9, 1988; Donna Love, Jamie Frame, and Vicky Hudson scenes, March 10, 1988; Mitch Blake reveals his past with Janice Frame to Felicia Gallant, October 11, 1988; Michael Hudson and Chris MacAleer in a psychiatric ward, November 11, 1988; Nicole Love and Caroline Stafford at the Design House, December 21, 1988; Stacey Winthrop confides in Derek Dane about Mark and Megan Singleton's deaths, April 3, 1989; Rachel Cory and Iris Wheeler in the Cory study, May 29, 1989

"The Itsy Bitsy Spider," Sung by Carly Simon. Sam Fowler's fantasy sequence of dealing with a teenaged Alli Fowler and meeting her boyfriend, Sly who is an aspiring artist, June 21, 1988

"The Left Hand of God: Love Theme," by Victor Young. Felicia Gallant's fantasy sequence, November 1, 1995

"The Love She Found in Me," Written by Dennis Linde and Bob Morrison. Performed by Ronnie Lawrence (as Tiffany Simone) at Mac Cory's funeral, June 16, 1989

"The Lover In Me," Sheena Easton. Sharlene Frame (Sharly) haunted by John Hudson's declarations of love in the Frame household, April 3, 1990

"The Moon's a Harsh Mistress," Linda Ronstadt. Montage, 1994

"The Murder," Maurice Jarre. Brittany Peterson after shooting Peter Love in the Love stables, November 17, 1986; A fire is started at The Northwoods Inn due to a faulty electrical system, scene featuring Mac Cory, Rose Livingstone, Rachel Cory, Jamie Frame, Vicky Hudson, Wallingford, Mitch Blake, and Felicia Gallant, December 29, 1986; Sin Stalker in TOPS parking garage, June 5, 1987; Rex Allingham hiding, December 1, 1987

"The Nearness of You," Frank Sinatra. Neal Cory, Vicky Hudson, Vince McKinnon, and Adam Cory, scene at Mary's Place, June 9, 1986

"The Next Time I Fall," Peter Cetera featuring Amy Grant. Mac Cory, Tony Carlisle, Rachel Cory, and Mitch Blake scene at TOPS, January 21, 1987

"The Night Before," The Beatles. Jukebox song, January 9, 1967

"The Night We Called It a Day," Oscar Peterson. Ken Baxter's flashback of his conversation with Laura Baxter while sitting in a cocktail bar, May 27, 1964

"The Only One," Lionel Ritchie. Greg Houston, Nancy McGowan, Jake McKinnon, and Ada Hobson at Mary's Place, July 17, 1986

"The Power Of Love," Huey Lewis & The News. Donna Love, Michael Hudson, and his date at the Love Mansion, June 6, 1986; Michael Hudson and Scott LaSalle at Mary's Place, January 7, 1987

"The Power Of Love," Jennifer Rush. Sam Fowler and Olivia Matthews montage, January 19, 1990

"The Power of Love (You Are My Lady)," Air Supply. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory romantic scene, November 3, 1987; Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson in their apartment, May 25, 1988

"The Rose," Written by Amanda McBroom. Performance by Tracy DeWitt at "The Connection," January 6, 1981. Version sung by Bette Midler. Michael Hudson and Donna Love grieve for the loss of their unborn child, April 14, 1988

"The Scar [From The Motion Picture "Working Girl"]," Carly Simon. Evan Frame and Amanda Cory kiss after she confides her marital trouble with Sam Fowler to him, April 2, 1990; John Hudson and Sharlene Frame on the porch of the Frame farm, August 23, 1990

"The Search Is Over," Survivor. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson location sequence, August 12, 1985

"The Show Must Go On," Queen. Gabe McNamara scene, 1996

"The Stuff That Dreams Are Made Of," Carly Simon. Sam Fowler and Mitch Blake scene at Mary's Place, January 5, 1988

"The Sweetheart of Sigma Chi," Written Byron D. Stokes and F. Dudleigh Vernon. Tom Baxter and Pat Randolph's theme, 1964

"The Switch," Hank Ballard. College dance, March 11, 1966

"The Theme from "A Summer Place," Percy Faith & His Orchestra. Young Michael Hudson and Donna Love flashback; Donna Hudson sadly watches Catlin Ewing and Sally Frame embrace and kiss, September 21, 1984

"The Timeless Street [From "Field of Dreams" Soundtrack]," James Horner. Rachel Cory and Mrs. Johnson at the Odyssey, February 16, 1990

"The Very Thought of You," Wynton Marsalis. John Hudson and Felicia Gallant decide to live together, June 3, 1996

"The Warmth of The Sun," Murry Wilson. Russ Matthews, Cindy Clark, Dan Shearer, and Susan Matthews Shearer at The Mirador, August 5, 1970

"The Water Is Wide," Karla Bonoff. Ryan Harrison and Vicky Hudson final goodbye in Heaven, January 28, 1997

"The Way It Is," Bruce Hornsby & The Range. Various characters at Mary's Place, February 23, 1987; Scott LaSalle and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 4, 1987

"The Way You Make Me Feel," Michael Jackson. Nicole Love models different outfits for Cass Winthrop in the Design House, January 18, 1988; Sharlene Frame makes a scene by dragging Josie Watts out of the outdoor party as Matthew Cory, Kevin Julian, and Tracy Julian observe, June 27, 1988

"The World's Greatest Night Music," Sir Charles Grove and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. Walter Curtin and Helen Moore scene, February 11, 1971

"The Young Prince and the Young Princess," Christopher Warren-Green, Philharmonia Orchestra with Pianist, Vladimir Ashkenazy. Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson make love, May 30, 1988

"Theme (Instrumental)," Jake McKinnon, Marley Hudson, Cass Winthrop, and Kathleen McKinnon scenes, March 28, 1986

"There's No Love Like Our Love," Crystal Gayle and Gary Morris. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory at a diner, March 18, 1988

"These Are Days," 10,000 Maniacs. Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson in New York, 1997

"These Arms Of Mine," Otis Redding. Michael Hudson and Donna Love, love scene, 1986; Michael Hudson and Donna Love hospital scene, September 5, 1995

"These Dreams," Heart. Sara Montaigne, M.J. McKinnon, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 19, 1987

"They Can't Take That Away From Me," Percy Faith. Pat Randolph dreaming about Tom Baxter in her bedroom, May 28, 1964. Version by Ella Fitzgerald. Ada Hobson's death, May 5, 1993

"Thinking Of You," Barry Devorzon and Richard Hazard. Morgan Winthrop and Brett Gardner scene, January 20, 1994

"This Christmas," The Whispers. Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, John Hudson, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Amanda Cory, and Vicky Hudson scenes, December 15, 1987

"This Has Happened Before," Rosanne Cash. Maisie Watkins, Fred Nordmann, and Henry Davenport at Smiley's Diner, December 8, 1982

"This Nearly Was Mine," by Rogers and Hammerstein. Wayne Addison and Liz Matthews scene, February 9, 1970

"This Woman's Work," Kate Bush. Vicky Hudson leaves Ryan Harrison in Heaven and returns to her body, January 28, 1997

"Three Of A Kind," Kenny G. Sam Fowler, Cheryl McKinnon, Amanda Cory, Julia Ann Edwards, Adam Cory, and Vicky Hudson at Lisa Grady's birthday party, December 18, 1987

"Thriller," Michael Jackson. Perry Hutchins scene in a club, December 22, 1983

"Through the Fire [From "Top Gun" Original Soundtrack]," Larry Greene. Sara Montaigne, Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, Wallingford, and Catlin Ewing scenes at Mary's Place, November 14, 1986

"Through The Snow," Danny Pelfrey and Rick Rhodes. Sharlene Frame, John Hudson, Frankie Frame, Cass Winthrop, Cecile DePoulignac, and Maggie Cory, scenes at The Harbor Club, December 20, 1995

"Ticket to Ride," The Beatles. Jukebox song, 1965

"Til I Loved You," Barbra Streisand and Don Johnson. Montage featuring: Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson, Matthew Cory and Josie Watts, and Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson, November 17, 1988

"Til There Was You," Sung by Shirley Jones. Vicky Hudson professes her love to Jake McKinnon in the Love Mansion, September 9, 1985

"Time," The Alan Parsons Project. Dawn Rollo learns that she cannot attend the music conservatory because she has AIDS, January 28, 1988; Jason Frame, Scott LaSalle, Mary McKinnon, Zack Edwards, and Dawn Rollo at Mary's Place, February 11, 1988

"Time After Time," Cyndi Lauper. Perry Hutchins, Thomasina Todd, and Maisie Watkins at Smiley's Diner, July 19, 1984; Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Vicky Hudson scene at Mary's Place, January 13, 1988

"Time And Time Again," Bob Moses. Bay City Country Club party scene featuring various characters, May 7, 1984

"To Comfort You," Bette Midler. Various scenes of the following couples: Morgan Winthrop and Courtney Evans, Gabe McNamara and Lorna Devon, John Hudson and Felicia Gallant, Gary Sinclair and Josie Watts, April 8, 1996

"To Those Who Wait," Melba Moore. Mac Cory, Ada Hobson, Amanda Cory, Michael Hudson, Mary McKinnon, Rachel Cory, and Jason Frame at Mary's Place, February 4, 1988

"Tonight," Michele Vice-Maslin. Nick Hudson and Rafael Santiero in a bar, August 19, 1996

"Tonight I Celebrate My Love," Roberta Flack and Peabo Bryson. Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady's love scene in a hotel room, June 10, 1988

"Too Blue," Stanley Turrentine. Various scenes at the Pelican Club: Lucas and Iris Wheeler celebrate the announcement of their engagement, February 16, 1990; Sharlene Frame flirts with a male patron, February 28, 1990; Derek Dane, Sharlene Frame, Vicky Hudson, and Evan Frame, March 5, 1990; Sharlene Frame and Stacey Winthrop, April 12, 1990; Jake McKinnon and Olivia Matthews, April 26, 1990

"Too Tough," Angela Bofill. Carl Hutchins, Perry Hutchins, and Donna Love outdoor party scene, September 17, 1984

"Too Young To Go Steady," John Coltrane Quartet. Scott LaSalle, Cheryl McKinnon, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and John Hudson at Tops, June 20, 1988; Matthew Cory, Reuben Lawrence, and Josie Watts at the Pelican Club, May 1, 1990

"Total Control," The Motels. Flashback of Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson kissing while trapped in a cave, May 27, 1986

"Tough," Technotronic. Jake McKinnon and Donna Love at a fitness center, February 5, 1990; Iris Wheeler and Vicky Hudson at Cory Publishing, March 6, 1990

"Tough Times Don't Last," Bad English. Evan Frame and Vicky Hudson in his apartment, February 19, 1990

"Transformation Seduction [From "Cat People" Soundtrack]," Giorgio Moroder. Vicky Hudson has a nightmare about Marley Hudson being in danger, April 10, 1990; Sharlene Frame's first therapy session with Dr. Taylor Benson, April 16, 1990; Carl Hutchins drugged as Cass Winthrop, Felicia Gallany, Lucas, Jake McKinnon, Sam Fowler, Kathleen McKinnon, Rachel and Amanda Cory taunt him, then Ryan Harrison and Carlos Morales arrive to arrest him, November 6, 1991

"Trap Feeling [From "Thief" Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]," Tangerine Dream. March 6, 1986; Jake McKinnon and Vicky Hudson trapped in a cave; Donna Love's dream sequence of Michael Hudson reciting wedding vows, February 4, 1987; Lisa Grady has premonitions while talking to Felicia Gallant, Jamie Frame, Nancy McGowan, and Maisie Watkins at TOPS, February 13, 1987; Lisa Grady has a premonition of the Sin Stalker as Adam Cory observes, April 9, 1987; Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady at Mary's Place, October 9, 1987; Michael Hudson and Lisa Grady scenes with a comatose Vicky Hudson, October 14 and 26, 1987; Adam Cory, Lisa Grady, Jason Frame, and Michael Hudson at the police station, February 16, 1988; Lisa Grady has a daydream of Jamie Frame and Vicky Hudson getting intimate while at the Frame farm, March 25, 1988; Lisa Grady has premonitions of Becky being trapped in a shed, March 28, 1988; Lisa Grady and Jamie Frame checking into a hotel, June 9, 1988; Sharlene Frame's therapy session with Dr. Taylor Benson, April 16, 1990

"True Believers," Jeffrey Osbourne. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame's romantic scene by the fireplace, March 24, 1989

"True Blue," Madonna. Jamie Frame and M.J. McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, January 8, 1987

"True Colors," Cyndi Lauper. Reginald Love, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, January 8, 1987; Cheryl McKinnon encourages Sam Fowler to reconcile with Amanda Cory at Mary's Place, January 18, 1988; John Hudson and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, March 23, 1988; Liz Matthews and Nicole Love confide in each other about Susan Matthews Shearer and Cass Winthrop at Mary's Place, April 14, 1988

"True Devotion," Samantha Fox. Mitch Blake, Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory (during Sam's flashback), Julie Ann Edwards, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 5, 1988; Sam Fowler talks to his friend, Jim about Amanda's pregnancy, scene at Mary's Place, January 12, 1988

"Try a Little Tenderness," Otis Redding. Various characters at 30th anniversary party, May 4, 1994

"Turn Back The Clock," Johnny Hates Jazz. Zack Edwards, Ronnie Lawrence, and Jake McKinnon at a barbecue, July 5, 1988

"Turn My Back On You," Sade. Jake McKinnon and Donna Love at Visions, February 20, 1990

"Turn! Turn! Turn! (To Everything There Is a Season)," The Byrds. Scenes featuring Felicia Gallant, Mitch Blake, Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, Alli Fowler, Zack and Julie Ann Edwards, Jason Frame, Sharlene Frame, Josie Watts, and Matthew Cory, June 28, 1988

"Twisted Path," Barry Devorzon and Richard P. Hazard. Sam Fowler, Amanda Cory, and Evan Frame scene, January 29, 1990; Ken Jordan, Rachel Cory, Sam Fowler, and Amanda Cory scenes, April 9, 1990

"Two For T.," Stanley Turrentine. Lucas, Iris Wheeler, Evan Frame, Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Felicia Gallant at the Pelican Club, February 16, 1990

"Two Lovers," Sung by Julio Iglesias. Catlin Ewing and Sally Frame, location sequence in Majorca, November 13, 1984

"Two Ships Passing in the Night," Dionne Warwick. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts at the Cory Mansion's pool, July 25, 1988

"Una Rosa Roja," Celia Cruz. R.J. Morgan restaurant scene, March 19, 1982

"Unchained Melody," Righteous Brothers. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame drifting apart, October 24, 1995

"Under the Boardwalk," The Drifters. Cast accompaniment to song playing in background, 30th anniversary, May 4, 1994

"Under The Gun," Lita Ford. Michael Hudson and Ariane scene, January 22, 1990

"Undercover (Of The Night)," The Rolling Stones. Catlin and Larry Ewing at Mary's Place, July 30, 1986

"Unforgettable," Natalie Cole and Nat King Cole. Sharlene Frame daydreams of her time with John Hudson, montage, October 21, 1991

"Until Forever," Deitra Hicks and Evan Rogers. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts' theme, 1988

"Up On The Roof," James Taylor. Chad Rollo and Sara Montaigne rooftop scene, June 23, 1987

"Urgent," Foreigner. Nancy McGowan, Dee Evans, Thomasina Todd, and Vicky Hudson at Smiley's Diner, May 1, 1986

"Varen (The Last Spring)," Composed by Edvard Grieg. Ken and Laura Baxter in their suburban house, April 1, 1965

"Velvet Tear," by Mannheim Steamroller. Mary and Cheryl scene in the McKinnon household, June 1, 1987

"Vengeance," Tangerine Dream. Tony Carlisle types a letter to Nancy McGowan, May 18, 1987

"Viene la sera," Mirella Freni, Christa Ludwig, Luciano Pavarotti, Herbert von Karajan, and Wiener Philmarmoniker. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love at the opera, January 13, 1988

"Vision of Love," Mariah Carey. Ryan Harrison and Vicky Hudson dancing, 1990

"Voyage Voyage," Desireless. Marley Hudson location sequence in Nice, France, May 30, 1990

"Waiting for a Girl Like You," Foreigner. Chad Rollo daydreaming of M.J. McKinnon in a rooftop scene, April 17, 1987 and June 23, 1987; Mary McKinnon, Jason Frame, and Vince McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 25, 1988; Chad Rollo, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, January 26, 1988

"Walk On By," Dionne Warwick. Cass Winthrop, Vince, Kathleen, M.J., and Cheryl McKinnon, Adam Cory, and Scott LaSalle at Mary's Place, September 24, 1986

"Watch Out!" by Patrice Rushen. Chad Rollo, Sara Montaigne, and M.J. McKinnon scene at Mary's Place, June 23, 1987; Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, Adam Cory, and Vicky Hudson at The Powerhouse, December 4, 1987

"Watch Your Step," Anita Baker. Michael Hudson, Felicia Gallant, and Mitch Blake scene at TOPS, April 10, 1987; Mary McKinnon, Cheryl McKinnon, Reginald Love, and Jason Frame scene at Mary Place, January 25, 1988

"Wedding Song (There Is Love)," Noel Paul Stookey. Lisa Grady dreams of her wedding ceremony to Jamie Frame, May 6, 1988

"Welcome to the Real World," Mr. Mister. Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Kevin Julian at the Cory Mansion's swimming pool, July 27, 1988

"We'll Meet Again," Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra. Tom Baxter, Pat Randolph, Bill Matthews, and Missy Palmer at the Green Gables Restaurant, June 10, 1964

"What A Difference A Day Made," Dinah Washington. Mary McKinnon, Michael Hudson, and Ada Hobson scene at Mary's Place, February 4, 1988

"What A Shame," The Rolling Stones. Various characters at 30th anniversary party, May 4, 1994

"What a Wonderful World," Louis Armstrong. 30th anniversary, families montage, May 4, 1994

"What About Me?" by Kenny Rogers. Michael and John Hudson with Donna Love in the Love Mansion living room, June 9, 1987

"What Goes Around Comes Around," Regina Belle. Matthew Cory and Josie Watts after-party scene, February 21, 1990

"What He Don't Know," Heart. Cass Winthrop, Adam Cory, and Felicia Gallant at Mary's Place, September 22, 1986; Peter Love, Peggy Lazarus, Zack Edwards, Catlin Ewing, Brittany Peterson, and Julie Ann Edwards at Mary's Place, January 5, 1987

"What I Did For Love," Composed by Marvin Hamlisch and lyrics written by Edward Kleban. Sung by Cindy Lee at The Supper Club, September 16, 1980

"What Is There to Say," Written by Vernon Duke. Michael Bauer and Lee Randolph on a restaurant patio, August 8, 1966

"Whatever We Imagine," James Ingram. Adam Cory interrupts Lisa Grady's daydream of him and Jamie Frame, scene at Mary's Place, May 10, 1988; Lisa Grady, Mary McKinnon, John Hudson, Cheryl McKinnon, and Kevin Julian at Mary's Place, May 19, 1988; Adam Cory and Lisa Grady share a kiss in his apartment, May 20, 1988; Nicole Love daydreams of a married life with Cass Winthrop, June 2, 1988

"What's Love Got to Do with It," Tina Turner. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon location sequence, November 30, 1984; Grant Todd, Quinn Harding, Jamie Frame, and Kathleen McKinnon outdoor party scene, September 17, 1984

"When," Unknown. Catlin Ewing and Sally Frame first theme, 1984

"When A Man Loves A Woman," Percy Sledge. Jason Frame, Vince, Mary and Cheryl McKinnon, and Scott LaSalle at Mary's Place, April 21, 1988; Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Mac and Rachel Cory at Mary's Place, November 4, 1987. Instrumental version by Richard Elliot. Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame (as Sharly) at his hotel suite, May 4, 1990; Josie Watts almost catches Grant Harrison and Sharlene Frame on a date at the Pelican Club, May 14, 1990

"When a Woman Loves a Man," Carrie McDowell. Amanda Cory in New York City, location sequence, November 19, 1987; Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Tracy Julian at an outdoor party, June 24, 1988

"When He Shines," Sheena Easton. Amanda Cory praying in a chapel, April 25, 1988

"When I Fall In Love," Celine Dion and Clive Griffin. 30th anniversary, couples montage, May 4, 1994

"When I See You Smile," Bad English. Evan Frame and Amanda Cory's theme, 1990

"When I Think Of You," Janet Jackson. Wallingford, Reginald Love, Chad Rollo, and Mary McKinnon at TOPS, January 9, 1987

"When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going," Billy Ocean. Scott LaSalle, Vince McKinnon, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, November 12, 1986

"When The Sun Comes Out," Pia Zadora and London Philharmonic Orchestra. Michael Hudson, Wallingford, Barbara Van Arkdale, and Donna Love at Tops, November 16, 1987

"When Sunny Gets Blue," McCoy Tyner. Sam Lucas, Robert Delaney, Gerald Davis, and Jessica Buchanan at the Riverboat restaurant in Somerset, March 18, 1970

"When We Kiss," Bardeux. Montage of Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love in their respective bedrooms, May 31, 1988

"When We Touch (It's Like Fire)," Melba Moore. Michael Hudson daydreams of Donna Love, February 5, 1987

"When Will You Be Mine," Regina Belle. Josie Watts, Lucas, Iris Wheeler, and Reuben Lawrence party scene, February 21, 1990

"When You Wish Upon A Star," Version by Linda Ronstadt. Michael Hudson, Mary McKinnon, and Donna Love at TOPS, November 16, 1987; 25th anniversary montage, May 22 and 23, 1989; Maggie Cory performance at the Harbor Club, April 1, 1994

"Whenever You Come Around," Vince Gill. Shane Roberts and Vicky Hudson scene

"Where Are You Tonight?" Tom Johnston. Adam Cory, Vicky Hudson, Donna Love, Wallingford, Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, Jamie Frame, Lisa Grady, and Adam Cory at The Powerhouse, December 4, 1987

"Where Do Broken Hearts Go," Whitney Houston. Sharlene Frame, Josie Watts, and Ada Hobson, scene at the Frame farm, June 22, 1988

"Where Have All the Flowers Gone?" Version sung by Joan Baez. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame on the porch of the Frame farm, May 4, 1994

"White Christmas," Version by Roger Williams. Mac Cory and Elena DePoulignac in her suite, December 24, 1982; Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love exchange Christmas presents at TOPS, December 24, 1987; Michael Hudson and Donna Love in their suite and outside of it, December 25, 1987. Version by Darlene Love. Mary McKinnon, Maisie Watkins, Ada Hobson, Scott LaSalle, and Adam Cory at Mary's Place, December 18, 1986

"Who Do You Love?" The Escape Club. Sharlene Frame (as Sharly) moves into her own apartment, March 16, 1990

"Wild Thing," The Troggs. Rachel and Maggie Cory at the Cory pool, May 4, 1994; Paulina Cory in the house she shared with Jake McKinnon, October 27, 1995

"Will You Still Love Me?" Chicago. Jamie Frame, Nicole Love, Michael Hudson, Nancy McGowan, M.J. McKinnon, Mitch Blake, Felicia Gallant, and Wallingford scenes at TOPS, January 2, 1987; Chad Rollo, M.J. McKinnon, and Wallingford at TOPS, January 9, 1987; Michael Hudson questions a witness on Donna Love's whereabouts at TOPS, February 5, 1987; Felicia Gallant, Sara Montaigne, Mitch Blake, Jamie Frame, and Lisa Grady at TOPS, February 12, 1987

"Wind Egg," Yas-Kaz. Carl Hutchins, Jake McKinnon, and Marley Hudson, Arizona location sequence, November 21, 1985

"Wishing on a Star," Rose Royce. Chad Rollo and Cheryl McKinnon sadly watch Scott LaSalle and Dawn Rollo dance together at Mary's Place, November 10, 1987

"Witchy Woman," The Eagles. Adam Cory, M.J. McKinnon, Maisie Watkins, Nancy McGowan, and Greg Houston, scenes at Mary's Place and the Pig Whistle Saloon, January 19, 1987

"With Or Without You," U2. Michael Hudson and Donna Love, scene at Mary's Place, January 20, 1988

"Without You," Mariah Carey. New Year's, 1998

"Witness (Main Title) / Journey to Baltimore," Maurice Jarre. Donna Love held captive in a tower by Reginald Love's cronies, February 4, 1987; Dr. Glaser puts Donna Love under hypnosis, April 10, 1987

"Words into Action," Jermaine Jackson. Kathleen and M.J. McKinnon, and Adam Cory question Beatrice Jones (former Love cook) about Reginald Love and Mary McKinnon at Mary's Place, August 22, 1986; Catlin Ewing, Maisie Watkins, and Sara Montaigne at Mary's Place, October 16, 1986; Mary McKinnon, Scott LaSalle, and Cheryl McKinnon at Mary's Place, November 13, 1986; Tony Carlisle talks to Nancy McGowan about becoming a journalist and Catlin Ewing and Brittany Peterson say goodbye to a crowd at Mary's Place, January 5, 1987; Michael Hudson, Nicole Love, Jamie Frame, Rachel Cory, Sara Montaigne, and Mitch Blake at TOPS, January 16, 1987

"Words of Wisdom," Christopher Cross. Vince, Mary, Cheryl, and Jake McKinnon, scenes at Mary's Place, June 13, 1988

"Yes," Merry Clayton. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love's fun and romantic scenes while they wear different costumes, scene at the Design House, June 9, 1988

"Yesterday," The Beatles. Jukebox song at the Kopper Kettle, 1965 [recurring]

"Yesterday's Gone," Chad & Jeremy. Ken and Laura Baxter scene, April 29, 1965; Jukebox song at Kopper Kettle, November 8, 1965

"You And I," Stanley Turrentine. Sam Fowler, Vicky Hudson, and Evan Frame, scene at the Pelican Club, January 24, 1990

"You Are Beautiful," by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Steve Frame and Alice Matthews Frame restaurant scene, October 30, 1968

"You Bring Me Joy," Anita Baker. Various characters at TOPS, January 9, 1987; Jamie, Melanie, Zack Edwards, Quinn Harding, Sara Montaigne, Julie Ann Edwards and her date Carl, scenes at TOPS, January 15, 1987

"You Call It Madness," Sammy Kaye & His Orchestra. Tom Baxter, Pat Randolph, Bill Matthews, and Missy Palmer at the Green Gables Restaurant, June 10, 1964

"You Can Get It If You Really Want," Jimmy Cliff. Amanda Cory goes undercover for a Brava story, Cafe Paradise scene, March 28, 1989

"You Can't Always Get What You Want," The Rolling Stones. Jake McKinnon's funeral, 1995

"You Can't Fight Fate," Taylor Dayne. Frankie Frame daydreaming about Cass Winthrop, February 20, 1990

"You Can't Sit Down," The Dovells. Tony Douglas and Alice Matthews Frame scene in a discotheque, August 15, 1966

"You Don't Know What Love Is," John Coltrane Quartet. Jamie Frame and Lisa Grady at Tops, June 20, 1988; Evan Frame, Vicky Hudson, Matthew Cory, Josie Watts, and Jake McKinnon at the Pelican Club, January 30, 1990

"You Don't Scare Me," Anita Pointer. Amanda Cory, Vicky Hudson, Jamie Frame, Dawn Rollo, and Scott LaSalle at The Powerhouse, January 13, 1988

"You Give Good Love," (Extended Dance Version). Written by La Forrest Cope and Kasif. Jake McKinnon and Marley Hudson location sequence, August 22, 1985

"You Were Loved," Whitney Houston. Victoria Wyndham's 25th anniversary, July 10, 1997

"Your Feeling Shoulders," Ray Lynch. Cass Winthrop and Nicole Love kissing while sharing a dance, outdoor scene, March 8, 1988

"Your Love," Sweetersongs. Tomas Rivera, Sofia Carlino, and Nick Hudson bar scene, May 6, 1996

"(Your Love Has Lifted Me) Higher and Higher," Rita Coolidge. Cass Winthrop and Kathleen McKinnon scene, location sequence, April 22, 1986

"(You're My) Soul And Inspiration," The Righteous Brothers. Josie Watts and Kelsey Harrison meet for the very first time, January 3, 1994

"You're The One I Love," Jane Olivor. Chris Chapin and Nancy McGowan's love scene, location sequence, November 12, 1985

"You're the Only Woman (You and I)," Ambrosia. Harry and Pete Shea restaurant scene, December 2, 1981

"You've Lost That Loving Feeling," The Righteous Brothers. John Hudson and Sharlene Frame on the porch of the Frame's farm, May 4, 1994

"You've Really Got a Hold on Me," Mickey Gilley. Sam Fowler and Amanda Cory at a diner, March 18, 1988

"Younger Girl," The Lovin' Spoonful. John Hudson and Cheryl McKinnon on the porch of the Frame farm, March 23, 1988

"Yuletide Memories," Danny Pelfrey and Rick Rhodes. Maggie Cory, Cecile DePoulignac, Cass Winthrop, Frankie Frame, John Hudson, and Sharlene Frame at The Harbor Club, December 20, 1995