"This Years Love"-David Gray
Playing during the P/J boat scene at the end of the episode and while they are reading to each other.
"How Could We Know"-Say-So
Playing at the beginning of the episode when Pacey and Joey are walking outside of the school.
Playing while Pacey and Joey are sharing a pizza on "True Love".
"Superman"-Five For Fighting
Playing at the end of the episode when P/J are at the docks, and Pacey tells Joey about his academic problems and asks for her help.
Playing when P/J first arrive at the party.
Playing when comes upon Pacey playing strip poker.
"Day Ditty"-Wild Colonials
Playing while P/J are talking in front of the B&B after the party.
"Settling Sun"-Chemical Brothers
Playing in the background at the rave while P/J talk on the couch outside.
408-The Unusual Suspects:
"Crazy For This Girl"-Evan and Jaron
Playing while Pacey is having a flashback of him and Joey outside the police station while under questioning.
409-Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang:
Playing while Joey and Pacey are in the school hallway talking about Worthington party.
"String Quartet In C Major "Emperor"" - Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer)
Playing while Joey and Pacey first arrive at the Worthington party.
"String Quartet No. 15" - Franz Joseph Haydn (Composer)
Playing when Joey and Pacey are at the dinner table with Mr. Kubelik.
"Don't Need A Reason"-Beth Orton
Playing at the end of episode when Pacey is helping Joey study.
411-The Tao of Dawson:
"I Think God Can Explain"-Splender
Playing during the montage of scenes at the end when Dawson's letter is being read including a scene of P/J on the docks looking all lovey-dovey.
412-The Te of Pacey:
"Lean On Me"-Beth Orton
Playing at the end of the episode when P/J are talking about their future and during the fireworks.
"Waiting For a Sign"-Mary Beth
Playing at the end of the episode when P/J are hugging by the window after discussing their relationship.
"How Does It Feel"-Radford
Playing after Pacey rejects Anna's advances, and P/J meet up and head to their room.
"Takes My Breath Away"-Tuck & Patti
Playing at the end of the episode when P/J are about to make love. (It's the SEX DAY song!)
"Spectre Chase"-King Lear Jet
Playing when Joey is reading a magazine, and Pacey comes up to her with chocolate hearts..
"In The Sun"-Joseph Arthur
Playing at the end of the P/J scene when they are outside, and Joey explains to Pacey how she feels about their night together.
Playing when Joey arrives at Pacey's house to spend the night.
Playing the morning after while P/J are in the kitchen.
Playing at the end of the end of the episode when P/J are takign a walk on the beach.
"Bye Bye"-Marcy Playground
Playing when Joey tells Pacey that she got into Worthington.
"Why Walk When You Can Fly"-Karen Blake
Playing while P/J talk on the phone.
"Talk Show"-Dig Deeper
Playing when P/J are walking up to another deck, and Joey tries to get Pacey to tell her what is bothering him.
"Wonderful Thing"-Vegabond Lovers
Playing when Pacey confronts Dawson and Joey while they are dancing, and he starts yelling at Joey.
"Write Me A Song"-Edwin McCain
Playing when Joey is over at Pacey's to invite him to the Worthington party.
Playing when Pacey picks up Joey for the party.
"Around and Around"-Mark Kozelek
Playing when Pacey drops Joey off at home after the party.
Playing when Pacey spots Joey sitting at a table during the graduation party when they talk.