Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack

The soundtrack to Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack music, view and listen to all the songs from the 2024 TV series, listed by episode, with scene descriptions, entire tracklist from the series.

The BBC Three sitcom “Things You Should Have Done” follows Chi, a young woman in her early twenties who describes herself as a “stay-at-home-daughter.” Her life revolves around simple pleasures like snacks, vlogs, and sitcoms, all with her parents by her side. However, her world is turned upside down when they unexpectedly pass away, leaving Chi to navigate life on her own.

Adding another layer of complexity, Chi discovers her parents left her a list titled “Things You Should Have Done” as a condition to inherit their house. With tasks ranging from basic life skills like telling time to academic achievements like acquiring a GCSE (a type of British qualification), Chi embarks on a journey of self-discovery, tackling each item on the list.

Serie Genres: Comedy Drama
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Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack: Episode 1

  • 1. Anyone Who Knows What Love Is (Will Understand) – Irma Thomas
  • 2. Everywhere – Fleetwood Mac
  • 3. Take On Me – a-ha
  • 4. Old Town Road (feat. Billy Ray Cyrus) – Lil Nas X

Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack: Episode 2

  • 1. Approaching Menace – Neil Richardson
  • 2. Carmen: L’amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) – Compagnia d’Opera Italiana Orchestra, Antonello Gotta, Jeannette Nicolai
  • 3. I’m Not In Love – 10cc
  • 4. Cambodia – Kim Wilde
  • 5. Keep On Running – The Spencer Davis Group

Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack: Episode 3

  • 1. Away in a Manger – The Sixteen & Harry Christopher’s
  • 2. Wonderful Christmastime – Paul McCartney
  • 3. Carmen: L’amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) – Compagnia d’Opera Italiana Orchestra, Antonello Gotta, Jeannette Nicolai
  • 4. Wonderful Life – BLACK
  • 5. It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year – Andy Williams

Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack: Episode 4

  • 1. Carmen: L’amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) – Compagnia d’Opera Italiana Orchestra, Antonello Gotta, Jeannette Nicolai
  • 2. We Monsters – Unicorn Kid
  • 3. Just Can’t Get Enough – Depeche Mode
  • 4. Blue Monday – New Order

Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack: Episode 5

  • 1. Carmen: L’amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) – Compagnia d’Opera Italiana Orchestra, Antonello Gotta, Jeannette Nicolai
  • 2. F*** the Pain Away – Peaches
  • 3. Ego – The Saturdays
  • 4. Mr. Vain – Culture Beat
  • 5. The Final Countdown – Europe
  • 6. Ooh Aah… Just A Little Bit – Gina G
  • 7. Pure And Simple – Hear’Say
  • 8. Habanera (Callas Forever) (Carmen: Act I. “Quand je vous aimerai…?” / “L’amour est un oiseau rebelle”) – Georges Prêtre e Maria Callas
  • 9. Ooh Aah… Just A Little Bit – Gina G

Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack: Episode 6

  • 1. Carmen: L’amour est un oiseau rebelle (Habanera) – Compagnia d’Opera Italiana Orchestra, Antonello Gotta, Jeannette Nicolai
  • 2. Padam Padam – Kylie Minogue
  • 3. Good Puss – COBRAH
  • 4. The Air That I Breathe – The Hollies

Each episode revolves around Chi attempting a different task, leading to hilarious and often awkward encounters with the residents of her coastal town, Ramsgate. While Chi’s lack of life experience creates chaos and confusion, she also encounters moments of warmth and human connection along the way.

Things You Should Have Done Music Series Soundtrack
Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack

Things You Should Have Done Cast: Lucia Keskin as Chi, Selin Hizli as Karen, Daniel Fearn as Dan, Jamie Bisping as Lucas, Martha Cope as Dead Mum, Darren Strange as Dead Dad, Steve Brody as Gary, Sinead Matthews as Michelle, Sachin K. Sharma as Chank, Sunil Patel as Solicitor Adam, Sue Elliott-Nichols as Helen, Sarah Kendall as Sarah Gilbeaux, Omar Ibrahim, Phoebe-Elizabeth Royal as Alison, Yvonne D’Alpra as Linda, Ed MacArthur as Junior Doctor Burke

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Things You Should Have Done Soundtrack

“Things You Should Have Done” (BBC Three) blends humor with a touch of poignancy, exploring themes of grief, independence, and self-growth. As Chi grapples with her newfound responsibilities and the loss of her parents, the series offers a lighthearted and relatable look at navigating life’s challenges with a bit of humor and self-reflection.

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