The Ultimate Lorelai Gilmore Playlist
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The Ultimate Lorelai Gilmore Playlist

The Ultimate Lorelai Gilmore Playlist

Have you ever wondered what your favorite character's music playlist sound like? Well, I have. I decided to take a little peek into the mind of my favorite TV character, Lorelai Gilmore. After looking past the coffee and bypassing her file cabinet of witty comments, I made it to her music cave. This is what I found:

The Bangles - "Hero Takes A Fall"

Lorelai loves The Bangles, so you know that's her number one song, for sure! She definitely would play this just for a singalong session.

Macy Gray - "I Try"

O.K., so in the first season, this is the song both Lorelai and Rory play after they have a fight. I picture this as Lorelai's "wallow" song.

Metallica - "For Whom the Bell Tolls"

Lorelai would totally be seen rocking out to this in her Jeep. I can see her playing air drums at a traffic light, hardcore!

"Van Halen sucks and Metallica rules!"

Nena - "99 Luftballons"

This song would totally be nostalgic for Lorelai! She listened to this song when she was in labor with Rory, so I think this would definitely be another singalong song.

Blondie - "Heart of Glass"

Because who doesn't have Blondie on their playlist in the first place?

U2 - "Bad"

Bono is a must, and Lorelai Gilmore wouldn't be Lorelai Gilmore without a U2 song on her playlist.

Ava Gardner - "Can't Help Lovin' Dat Man"

Now, as we all know, Lorelai is classic. She loves classic movies and is obsessed with everything vintage. So, of course, I had to add the best Ava Gardner movie song.

David Bowie - "Let's Dance"

And to wrap it all up, Lorelai wouldn't be caught without a Bowie song on her playlist! This is a must-have.

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