Season 5 Music

Songs will be updated shortly after the episode. The main song link goes to Amazon but I try to leave an iTunes link as well. They are also listed on the How I Met Your Mother Episode Recap each week so check there and join the episode discussions! If you’ve found this page useful, then help us out by taking a second to bookmark or share us!

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Series Theme: Hey Beautiful by the Solids The Solids - Hey Beautiful (Theme from "How I Met Your Mother") - Single - Hey Beautiful (Theme from "How I Met Your Mother")

HIMYM_S5 Season 5:

Episode 5.01: Definitions

Episode 5.02: Double Date

Episode 5.04: The Sexless Innkeeper

  • a mock tribute to Eric Carmen’s All By Myself, All by Ourselves, cover produced for the show by Hayley Taylor and Keith Slettedahl of the 88–  plays as Robin and Barney long for a couple to hang with.
  • The Best Night Ever – by Marshall featuring Nuno Bettencourt Marshall - Best Night Ever - Single - Best Night Ever

Episode 5.05: Duel Citizenship

Episode 5.06: Bagpipes

Episode 5.07: The Rough Patch

  • Murder Train by the Foreskins (it was composed for the show but I’m begging them to release it!) – plays during Lily’s planned fight of Barney & Robin
  • the Peter Gun Theme  by Henry Mancini – Barney walks into the bar as all the women eye him and proclaims, “Daddy’s home”
  • I also noticed a short instrumental while the plotter watch B&R from the station wagon. Getting more info!

Episode 5.08: The Playbook

Episode 5.10: The Window

Episode 5.11: Last Cigarette Ever

Episode 5.12 (Episode 100): Girls vs Suits

  • Cherry Pie by Warrant (Robin tends bar to prove her circumstantial hotness theory)Warrant - Cherry Pie - Cherry Pie
  • Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit by the HIMYM Cast Neil Patrick Harris, Josh Radnor, Jason Segel, Cobie Smulders & Alyson Hannigan - Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit (from "How I Met Your Mother") - Single - Nothing Suits Me Like a Suit (from "How I Met Your Mother")

Episode 5.13: Jenkins

  • sounds like Adagio for Strings by Samuel Barber but it’s actually a composition by John Swihart (plays when Ted’s student tell him they have to drink because it’s the gameand the re-return)New Zealand Symphony Orchestra & Andrew Schenck - The 50 Most Essential Pieces of Classical Music - Adagio for Strings
  • Kaboom by Ursula 1000 (Marshall puttin’ nothing but wood in the 50 hole at skeeball, or just another night for big fudge)Ursula 1000 - Here Comes Tomorrow - Kaboom

Episode 5.14: The Perfect Week

Episode 5.15: Rabbit or Duck

Episode 5.16: Hooked

Episode 5.17: Of Course

  • The Bang Bang Song by Marshall (reprised at the end by Robin)
  • Super Date by Ted Evelyn Mosby (the heart touching ballad sung to sell the “Super Date”) get the mp3

Episode 5.18: Say Cheese

  • Briques by Les Cautionneurs Les Cautionneurs (French rap song that plays during the plane fight and France Trip)

Episode 5.19: Zoo or False

Episode 5.20: Home Wreckers

Episode 5.21: Twin Beds

Episode 5.22: Robots vs. Wrestlers

  • Tell Me Why by From From - Tell Me Why - Tell Me Why (first bar scene)
  • One Spring Away by From From - One Spring Away - One Spring Away (plays during Ted’s picture of Marissa Heller)
  • Constance Fry (or Aura Lee) preformed by the Ted Mosby Quartet
  • We All Belong by Dr. Dog Dr. Dog - We All Belong - We All Belong (closing Bar Scene)

Episode 5.23: The Wedding Bride

  • Play by Chop Chop Play by Chop Chop(plays for show intro and closing)
  • Portuguese Love Theme by Craig Armstrong (as many have noted, from the Movie Love Actually. Play during moments from the Wedding Bride)
  • PM’s Love Theme by Craig Armstrong (again, from the Movie Love Actually. Plays when Ted goes after Royce and in the Wedding Bride Ending)

Episode 5.24: Doppelgangers

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