Pretty Little Liars Soundtrack: Songs from Season 5 Episode 2

music from Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 2: "Whirly Girlie"

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Craving some amazing new tunes to add to your mp3 players this week? Then you have come to the perfect place, lovelies, because we just happen to have a brand new soundtrack available for your listening pleasure. So what exactly was playing when Pepe found Jessica DiLaurentis’ body buried in Spencer’s backyard or when Aria was experiencing a case of the tell-tale fiddle? Dive into the playlist below to find out which songs were featured in Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 2: “Whirly Girlie,” which aired June 17, 2014 on ABC Family!

Love Runs Out” by OneRepublic: Plays when Spencer and Toby reunite after he returns from London, England. They retreat to her bedroom, where things get hot and heavy between them.

21 Flights” by Heavy English: This song plays as Aria searches online for any news about Shana Fring’s death.

Partita No. 3 For Violin: Perludio” by Bach: Aria finds this song playing on her iPod and she freaks out because she thinks A placed it there to tease her about Shana’s death.

Slowly” by Barcelona: Plays when Spencer ignores the incessant buzzing of her phone. She just wants to lie in bed with Toby and enjoy their evening together.

Never Get To Heaven” by Sarah Blaine: Plays when Pepe discovers Mrs. DiLaurentis’ body; the police show up to remove the corpse from the Hastings’ backyard and take her to the morgue.

Which awesome track from the Pretty Little Liars Season 5 Episode 2 was your personal favorite? Drop us a comment to let us know!


  1. te Said:

    Love runs out and never get to heaven has been added to my playlist :-)))

  2. Theo Said:

    @te It’s so so so good! Great choice!

  3. shyamdee Said:

    Never get to heaven has been added to my playlist:) It’s just one amazing song.

  4. bonolo matshediso Said:

    Never get to heaven is one of the played songs on my playlist

  5. Dani Said:

    What were the songs before and after Partita No.3 with aria? I really want to know.

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