Music from CW Shows: May 12 - 16

Are you searching for a song you heard on The CW, but you just can’t seem to find it anywhere? Look no further. Every week, we’ll compile the music played on your favorite CW shows. And you have the chance to weigh in on the best-of-the-best music by voting in the poll below. Here’s what you heard this week:


“Passion Lends Them Power” Season 1, Episode 13

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Song: “Stand By Me” by Ki:Theory
Played: When Emery and her friends try to stop the Trags.

Song: “Avalanche” by Zola Jesus
Played: When Emery and Roman hook up.

The Originals

“From a Cradle to a Grave” Season 1, Episode 22

Song: “Shallows” by Daughter
Played: When Klaus gives his daughter to Rebekah to raise.

Song: “Open Hands (feat. Trent Dabbs)” by Ingrid Michaelson
Played: When Klaus talks to Cami.


“Stairway to Heaven” Season 9, Episode 22

Song: “Cheek to Cheek” by Fred Astaire
Played: When Cas and Sam go through heaven’s door.

The Vampire Diaries

“Home” Season 5, Episode 22

Song: “Finished Sympathy” by Glasvegas
Played: When Damon is about to leave Mystic Falls.

Song: “Buried Alive (feat. Dr. Octagon)” by Yeah Yeah Yeahs
Played: When Markos talks to Sheriff Forbes at the party.

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Song: “Walking” by Ash Grunwald
Played: When Sheriff Forbes tries to leave the Traveler party.

Song: “No Rest For the Wicked” by Lykke Li
Played: When Stefan and Lexi look for Alaric.

Song: “Love Is Just a Way to Die” by I Am Strikes
Played: When Damon makes a promise to Elena.

Song: “Be Alright” by Lucy Rose
Played: When Damon and Elena say goodbye.

Song: “Wings” by Birdy
Played: When Jeremy searches for Bonnie.


“Long Live the King” Season 1, Episode 21

Song: “Slow It Down” by The Lumineers
Played: When Leith talks to Greer about his new property.

Song: “Boat Song” by Woodkid
Played: When Bash and Francis are together after news about a death.


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