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One of the hallmarks of a Drawn Together episode is music. (All episodes except "Lost in Parking Space, Part One" and "Nipple Ring-Ring Goes to Foster Care" have music in some form, not including the theme song and other incidental music.)

On April 20, 2010, an official soundtrack was released featuring many of the songs listed below.

Season One Edit

  • 1. Hot Tub
    • "Black Chick's Tongue" (pastiche of "A Whole New World"), written for the show, sung by Clara and Foxxy. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "I Wonder Why", written for the show, sung by an unnamed singer. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Yeak OK", written for the show, pastiche of Usher's popular single "Yeah!". Featured on the soundtrack album.
  • 2. Clara's Dirty Little Secret
    • "La-la-la-la Labia", written for the show, sung by Foxxy and the housemates. Featured on the soundtrack album.
  • 3. Gay Bash
    • "Ling-Ling Lament", written for the show, sung by Ling-Ling.
    • "Ling-Ling Battle Song", written for the show, sung by an unnamed male singer and children's chorus. Featured on the soundtrack album.

Season Two Edit

  • 1. The One Wherein There Is a Big Twist, Part II
    • "Shit Sandwich", only on the DVD, sung by the cast minus Toot. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Sunshine", written for the show, sung by an unnamed chorus. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Sweetcake Uber Alles", written for the show, sung by the Sweetcakes. Featured on the soundtrack album.
  • 2. Foxxy vs. the Board of Education
    • "Board of Education" (pastiche of "I'm Just a Bill"), written for the show, sung by the Board of Education. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Fire the Load", written for the show, sung by an unnamed chorus. Featured on the soundtrack album.
  • 3. Little Orphan Hero
    • "I Wanted You to Know", licensed song, sung by Brooke Ramel.
    • "Superman", licensed song, originally by Five for Fighting, sung here by Captain Hero.
    • "Being A Hero", a pastiche of the above song, was written in case clearance wasn't gained to use it in the episode. Featured on the soundtrack album.
  • 4. Captain Hero's Marriage Pact
    • "Crashy Smashy Die Die Die", written for the show, sung by Foxxy. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Drunk Ass Bitch", written for the show, sung by Foxxy's former bandmates. Featured on the soundtrack album.
  • 5. Clum Babies
    • "God Is Watching Everything You Do", written for the show, sung by the VeggieFables. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Glory of Love", licensed song, sung by Peter Cetera.
  • 7. Super Nanny
    • "Who's That Guy", licensed song, originally from Grease 2, sung here by Spanky and the crowd at the DMV.
  • 8. Terms of Endearment
    • "Shortnin' Bread", traditional folk song, sung here by Foxxy Love.
    • "Camptown Races", pop standard, sung here by the black stereotypes in the erasement camp.
  • 10. A Tale of Two Cows
    • "A Moment Like This", licensed song, originally by Kelly Clarkson, sung here by Toot.
    • "Honey Ham", written for the show, sung by an unnamed chorus. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "On a Pizza", written for the show, sung by an unnamed chorus. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "I Wanted You to Know", licensed song, sung by Brooke Ramel.
  • 12. The Lemon-AIDS Walk
    • "Judge Fudge Theme Song", written for the show, sung by an unnamed chorus
    • "Winner Takes It All", licensed song, sung by Sammy Hagar.
  • 15. The Drawn Together Clip Show
    • No new songs, though several songs from past episodes are featured. There is one new song during Wooldoor's montage but it remains unanswered as to what the song is. (It's called "Scooter Boost" by Sure Thing, to be found on the bands's site at myspace.)

Season Three Edit

  • 6. Mexican't Buy Me Love
    • "Ling-Ling Battle Song (Spanish version)", written for the show, sung by an unnamed male singer and children's chorus.
    • "Yo Tenía Un Cascabel", sung by The Leonard's
  • 11. Drawn Together Babies
    • "Drawn Together Babies", the show's theme song, a pastiche of the Muppet Babies theme. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "I Wanna Sex You Up", licensed song by Color Me Badd. Sung here by Ling-Ling.
  • 14. American Idol Parody Clip Show
    • The cast sings "One House", the show's original rejected theme song. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • The song played during the video of the people that died during the season is: Giulio Caccini et Paul Pritchard: Ave Maria
    • Hero sings "Daisy Bell" in a soulful ballad style. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • Toot sings "A Moment Like This" in a dramatic diva style.
    • Wooldoor sings "Black Chick's Tongue" in a heavy metal style. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • Ling-Ling sings "Ling-Ling Battle Song" in a sultry jazz style. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • Xandir sings "Fire the Load" in a flamboyant Broadway style. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • Spanky sings "I Wanted You to Know" in a Beatnik poet style.
    • Clara and Foxxy sing "La-La-La-La-Labia" in an acoustic folk style. Featured on the soundtrack album.

The Movie Edit

  • The Drawn Together Movie: The Movie!
    • "Suck My Taint", sung by the Suck My Taint girl. Featured on the soundtrack album.
    • "Make-A-Point-Land", featured in the credits. Featured on the soundtrack album.

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