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From Robin Sparkles to “You Just Got Slapped,” the show has served up plenty of its own original songs. But it’s also made smart, clever use of famous tunes to produce many type of unforgettable, emotional scenes.
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Here, we present HIMYM‘s 10 the majority of memorable meldings of music and story. (You have the right to examine out our slightly outdated list of the show’s 10 Best Original Track & Dance Moments below.)
EPISODE | “Best Prom Ever” (Season 1, Episode 20) THE SONG | “Good Feeling” by Violent Femmes
Lily and Marshall’s song is aptly titled because it offers us excellent feelings.
EPISODE | “Come On” (Season 1, Episode 22) THE SONG | “This Modern Love” by Bloc Party
“This modern love breaks me/This modern-day love wastes me,” the tune goes. And that was certainly the situation as an elated Ted, fresh off efficiently wooing Robin, came upon a heartdamaged Marshall.
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EPISODE | “Ted Mosby: Architect” (Seachild 2, Episode 4) THE SONG | “Here I Dreamt I Was An Architect” by The Decemberists
In a perfect marriage of character, episode and song, The Decemberists carry out the background music after Robin and also Ted have actually their initially fight.
EPISODE | “Miracles” (Season 3, Episode 20) THE SONG | “Nice Dream” by Radiohead
As Ted’s friends rush to his side in the hospital, Radiohead’s melodic notes underscore the urgency and also eactivity of the moment.
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EPISODE | “The Leap” (Seachild 4, Episode 24) THE SONG | “Prophets” by A.C. Newman
Each member of the gang takes a leap of confidence through the A.C. Newguy tune giving them the courage to jump.
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