Ranking All The Songs from the Deadpool 2 Soundtrack

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Deadpool 2 boats an array of songs, like other greatest movies, perfectly placed on the various movie scenes. In this movie, Wade Wilson (cafeteria chef) nearly lost his life following a bovine attack that affected his taste buds and left him disfigured, turning his dreams of becoming the hottest bartender in Mayberry somewhat impossible. However, he’s determined to spice up his life, but not without a fight. Wade fights Cable (Josh Brolin), a supervillain, to protect Russel (Julia Dennison), a teenage mutant. Finally, Wade discovers the value of flavor, friendship, and family. Watch the first episode of Deadpool 2, and you’ll be hooked on the entire movie. Here are Deadpool 2 Soundtrack songs that, for sure, add some vibe to this film.

21. Don’t Be What They Made You – Marco Beltrami

 

In life, we choose who become who we want to be. This song reminds us not to be victims of our situation. It’s heard playing at what you can term a shocking section of the movie- the death scene.

20. I’m an Old Cowhand (From the Rio Grande) – Jack Benny

 

The ballad is featured when Wade goes into Blind AI’s apartment. It’s a song covered by many artists.

19. Crossed Legs – Jerry Goldsmith

 

This song plays at the very funny scene where Deadpool looks immobile as he sits next to Blind AI (his senior blind roommate), crossing his legs. That was after getting disfigured by Juggernaut.

18. Shoe Boot – Nathaniel Rateliff & The Night Sweats

 

This may be the right song to hark when unsure of what someone is up to. It’s heard playing as Wade takes his drinks at Weasel bar.

Hit the Dancefloor – Donnie Dragon

 

The song is featured at the right scene – the nightclub. It’s such settings where most people show off their best dance moves.

16. If I Could Turn Back Time – Cher

 

Have you ever been hurt by words? If so, it’s likely the person who altered them meant a lot to you. Anyone who’s hurt the people they care for with words will find this song relatable. It is featured in the closure credits when Deadpool alters time using Cable’s time travel machine.

15. Deadpool Rap (X-Force Remix) – Teamheadkick

 

Looking for a good ballad to get your enemies to know they are messing with the wrong person? This song will convey the message right. It’s a ballad that tells the rival ‘I will haunt you.’ It plays on the film’s credits.

14. Tomorrow (Annie) – Alicia Morton

 

A great song to hark when feeling like you’re in darkness. It gives hope for tomorrow and gets you into thinking all your nightmares will be gone by dawn. It plays in different scenes of this movie, where Deadpool saves Russel by catching a bullet aimed to kill him, where Cable reveals his reasons for going after Russel’s life, and where Cable loses his family.

13. Nobody Speak (feat. Run The Jewels) – DJ Shadow

 

If looking for a song that conveys a ruthless character, this would be a great piece. It plays where Weasel and Wade hunt for X-Force members.

12. 9 To 5 – Dolly Parton

 

Does it feel like you’re doing more for less, especially when you expect better pay or appreciation? It’s a song that will resonate with those in employment where the boss takes home a bigger share yet gives minimal effort. It relates with Deadpool working as a hitman.

11. We Belong – Pat Benatar

 

This song is about meeting that person you’d give anything to spend the rest of your life with. While that remains a wish to many, those whose luck comes their way live to tell the beauty of true love. The ballad plays in the film’s credits.

10. Escape (The Pina Colada Song) – Rupert Holmes

 

Falling in love with the right partner is sweet. Regardless of how long you live together, the bond of love will always keep you tight. It’s a message well conveyed by the singer of this ballad which plays at the scene where Cable bumps into two men in a truck.

9. Yun Hi Chala Chal – Udit Narayan, Hariharan & Kailash Kher

 

Some songs seem to take away all the sorrows and troubles in life, just like this one. It is a great hit and plays at a scene where Deadpool and Dopindar are having a conversation.

8. Ashes – Céline Dion

 

Many believe that this song aided Celine Dion’s healing after losing her husband. The song talks about the feeling of emptiness that kicks in after losing a spouse or future life partner. It plays at the entry during James Bond’s opening credits.

7. All out of Love – Air Supply

 

What a heart-wrenching song. It talks about a broken heart that’s still in love, but all the singer is left with are memories. It is the entry song to the movie, and one would agree that it communicates the film story.

6. X Gon’ Give It to Ya – DMX

 

Don’t hold grudges; try and make peace with your enemies. This is the message behind this song. It’s heard in the background as Deadpool contemplate taking his next target while on top of the building

5. Welcome to the Party (feat. Zhavia Ward) – Diplo, French Montana & Lil Pump

 

In a partying mood? Here is a song to set up the vibe and get your friends and family into partying. It plays where Deadpool, Cable, Dominos, Dopinder, and Firefist assemble.

4. Only Time – Enya

 

The phrase ‘only time will tell’ is often used in various scenarios, after a heartbreak or when people fall in love and are unsure if they want to spend the rest of their lives together. The song indicates that truth or the outcome of a circumstance is revealed with time after the unfolding of subsequent events. It plays where Russel frees the superhuman mutant (Juggernaut).

3. Thunderstruck – AC/DC

 

When you experience or see the unexpected, you’re likely to get surprised. That’s what this song is about. It plays as the X-Force crew skydive out of the helicopter.

2. Bangarang (feat. Sirah) – Skrillex

 

Sometimes people may consider you insane, but provided you have that one thing you can hold to, all is not lost. It’s the message behind this ballad. The song plays in the background during the fight between Deadpool and Cable. Deadpool might have lost the love of his life, his dreams of becoming the hottest bartender might have shuttered, but he’s not lost the fight.

1. Take On Me – A-Ha

 

The singer has eyes on a shy lover, but that won’t put them away. They are determined to go for their love. The song voices Wade’s love for Vanessa. It plays in the background as the two watch TV.

Final Thoughts

Deadpool 2 is a hilarious movie showcasing a self-referential superhero as a starring. Some who’ve watched it give it more credit over its predecessors. However, people have different opinions when it comes to movies. That explains why some will love action drama movies over films based on fairytales and so on. You’ve got to watch Deadpool 2. You may find it fascinating as well. Pay attention to the film’s soundtrack songs above.

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