Soundtrack: Yes, God, Yes

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Note: Below is a complete playlist of all 13 songs that can be heard in the movie “Yes, God, Yes”. Some of these commercial songs are not included on the official soundtrack album, but are used in the movie.

All 13 songs featured in “Yes, God, Yes”:

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Are You Washed In The Blood - Austin McCutchen, Clay Finch, Samuel Blasucci and Zac Sokolow
Timestamp: 0:00 | Scene: To be heard right at the beginning of the film. Alice is walking through the school hallway.
It's All On Repeat - Jeff Thrope, Andrew Young and Matt Christensen
Timestamp: 0:09 | Scene: Alice is picked up by her friends.
Hail Mary Pass - Jeff Thrope
Timestamp: 0:16 | Scene: Alice is on the bus with her school class. They are on a school trip.
Genie in a Bottle - Samantha Urbani
Timestamp: 0:17 | Scene: After the class gets off the bus. Alice imagines stroking a boy's arm.
My Empty Heart - Samantha Urbani
Timestamp: 0:24 | Scene: Nina plays this song during her speech. Everyone gets a piece of paper with the song lyrics on it.
In Your Eyes - Peter Gabriel
Timestamp: 0:28 | Scene: The group dances to this song.
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Shine - Collective Soul
Timestamp: 0:47 | Scene: Alice is mopping the floor. She sees Nina kissing a boy.
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City of God - Dan Schutte
Timestamp: 0:53 | Scene: The group sings this song around the campfire. Alice looks at Father Murphy and then leaves the camp.
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The Loneliest Place in Town - Sarah Gayle Meech
Timestamp: 0:55 | Scene: Alice enters a bar. She drinks a beer and talks to a woman sitting at the counter.
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Candy - Mandy Moore
Timestamp: 1:12 | Scene: Song can be heard during the credits.
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Call in the Horses - Trummors
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A Million Reasons - Jeff Thrope, Andrew Young, Matt Christensen
Michael Row The Boat Ashore - Jeff Thrope and Colleen Hammond

What’s the movie about?
After an innocent AOL chat turns raunchy, a Catholic teen in the early 00s discovers masturbation and struggles to suppress her new urges in the face of eternal damnation.

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