THERE SHE GOES - Sixpence and None the Richer was heard earlier in a movie by...

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  1. Dick

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    All right, this is driving me batty. I know for certain that this song was heard under the credits of a late-80's movie, and was performed by someone other than SPANTR. I do not believe there is a soundtrack album - I have searched high and low. Has anyone the lowdown?
     
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    the song was originally writen and recorded by 'The La's' (Lee Mavers)on their inspiring self titled album. Later covered (with nowhere near the passion of the original)by Sixpence None The Richer
     
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    "There She Goes", as performed by The La's was featured prominently on the soundtrack to the Mike Meyers vehicle "So I Married an Axe Murderer"
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    The Boo Radleys also did a cover for "So I Married An Axe Murderer," which played over the opening credits... much better cover than the Sixpence version.
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    The Sixpence None the Richer version is on the soundtrack to "Snow Day". And another soundtrack besides the ones listed previous post is the "Parent Trap" soundtrack which has the version by The La's.
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