The Princess Switch 2 Soundtrack: Every Song In Switched Again

Unlike so many romantic comedies, The Princess Switch: Switched Again doesn’t use its soundtrack to drive the middle sections of the film. Rather, the music feels organically incorporated into the story, along with Alan Ari Lazar’s score, and the lack of familiar pop songs makes the holiday spirit stand out. Here’s every song in The Princess Switch: Switched Again.

“Thank God It’s Christmas” – Greisun & Michael Blum

“Underneath the Tree” – Kelly Clarkson

“We Wish You a Merry Christmas” – Budapest Art Orchestra

“Belgravia 2” – The Herald Trumpets of Scotland

“Fanfare for the Queen” – The Herald Trumpets of Scotland

“Silent Night” – Budapest Art Orchestra

“The First Noel” – Budapest Art Orchestra

“It Came Upon a Midnight Clear” – Budapest Art Orchestra

“Away in a Manger” – Budapest Art Orchestra

“Bring the Snow” – Ricky Norwood

“Candy Cane Lane” – Sia

“God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen” – James Gillespie’s High School Combined Orchestra and Choirs

“A Merry Christmas” – James Gillespie’s High School Combined Orchestra and Choirs

“Under the Tree” – Sam Palladio

The Princess Switch: Switched Again soundtrack begins with “Thank God It’s Christmas” as Stacy travels to Chicago and meets with a heavily-bearded Kevin (who recently broke up with Margaret). Later, in Montenaro, the main characters decide to “deck the halls” as “Underneath the Tree” plays. Soon after, “We Wish You a Merry Christmas” scores a ball sequence at the Montenaro Palace.

When Fiona enters the narrative in The Princess Switch: Switched Again, she interrupts a karaoke performance of “Bring the Snow” by her assistant Reggie. “Candy Cane Lane” plays a few minutes later when Fiona begins her physical transformation into Margaret. After a switcheroo sequence, Stacy attends a Montenaro Christmas event and watches a performance of “God Rest You Merry, Gentlemen.”

The final act of The Princess Switch: Switched Again features the uncredited song “Canon in D Major” during an airport wedding sequence, along with an uncredited use of “Zadok the Priest” during a royal ceremony. The Princess Switch: Switched Again ends with “Under the Tree.”

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