The Movie Soundtrack Guide – Every Song


The PAW Patrol: The Movie soundtrack features an original song by Adam Levine and features songs from top of the charts artists who keep their paws banging.

The soundtrack of Paw Patrol: The Movie is full of wellness songs that make kids and parents want to get up and shake their paws. The film features an original track by chart-topping artist Adam Levine and includes songs by Alessia Cara and Fifth Harmony. Indie favorite, Fitz and the Tantrums is also part of the artist’s collection of the soundtrack, making music in Paw Patrol: The Movie an enjoyable experience for viewers of all ages.

According to the children’s show of the same name, Paw Patrol: The Movie follows the original characters as they defend Adventure City against Mayor Humdinger. The film uses the theme song from the original show performed by Scott Simons. The song, written by Michael “Smidi” Smith and Scott Krippayne, was also nominated in 2014 for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Original Song – Main Title and Promo.


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At the beginning of Paw Patrol: The Movie, the beloved theme song plays as Capn ‘Turbot calls Paw Patrol to rescue a distressed truck driver hanging from a bridge. From there, mainstream tracks populate the soundtrack in the action-packed, sentimental moments throughout the film. Here are all the songs included in the Paw Patrol: The Movie soundtrack.


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“Something Good” by Kiki Riggs – “Something Right” takes place on a train ride through Adventure City during the first appearance of future new PAW Patrol member Liberty

Adam Levine’s “Good Mood” – Written for Paw Patrol: The MovieAdam Levine’s “Good Mood” plays on the arrival of the Paw Patrol in Adventure City.

“The usefulness of trying” by Alessia Cara – After Paw Patrol saves Adventure City from Humdinger’s failed fireworks, Chase is upset about his role in the rescue. “The Use in Trying” plays as he struggles with a sleepless night.

“Tear off the roof” by spilled milk – Paw Patrol arrives to get Chase and Liberty out of the pound while “Tear the Roof Off” is playing.

“It’s my daughter” by Fifth Harmony – “It’s My Girl” plays when Liberty picks up her PAW Patrol vehicle and joins the rest of the PAW Patrol characters on their way to Humdinger Heights after the Cloud Catcher overloads.

“Someone Sometimes” from Fitz and the Tantrums – In one of the heartwarming moments that led to Paw Patrol: The MovieAfter good reviews, Zuma dives into the Adventure City river on the song “Somebody Sometimes” to save a family stuck in their car underwater.

The PAW Patrol theme song is played again as the credits go, followed by a cover of “Good Mood” by Adam Levine.

“PAW Patrol Theme (Reimagined)” by The Math Club – The last song of the film, The Math Club’s “PAW Patrol Theme (Reimagined)” plays on the last section of the credits. Paw Patrol: The Movie.

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