Toy Story 2 is the soundtrack album for the 1999 Disney/Pixar animated film of the same name. It was released through Walt Disney Records on November 9, 1999, fifteen days before the movie. Although currently out of print in the U.S., the CD is available in the U.S. as an import, and all but one song is available digitally. All songs written and composed by Randy Newman.
Randy Newman wrote two new songs for Toy Story 2 as well as the complete original score:
- "When She Loved Me" – performed by Sarah McLachlan: Used for the flashback montage in which Jessie experiences being loved, forgotten, and ultimately abandoned by her owner, Emily. This song was nominated at the Oscars in 2000 for Best Song, though the award went to Phil Collins for "You'll Be in My Heart" from another Disney animated film, Tarzan.
- "Woody's Roundup" – performed by Riders in the Sky: Theme song for the "Woody's Roundup" TV show. Also end-credit music.
The film carried over one song from Toy Story, "You're Got a Friend in Me", sung at different points during the film by Tom Hanks and Robert Goulet. The film added two more Randy Newman compositions, Jessie's song - "When She Loved Me", sung by Sarah McLachlan over a montage of Jessie's past life, and the "Woody's Roundup" theme.
- Woody's Roundup - Performed by Riders in the Sky
- When She Loved Me - Performed by Sarah McLachlan
- You've Got a Friend in Me (Wheezy's Version) - Performed by Robert Goulet
- Zurg's Planet
- Wheezy and the Yard Sale
- Woody's Been Stolen
- Chicken Man
- Woody's Dream
- Jessie and the Roundup Gang
- Woody's a Star
- Let's Save Woody
- Off to the Museum
- Talk to Jessie
- The Cleaner
- Al's Toy Barn
- Emperor Zurg vs. Buzz
- Use Your Head
- Jessie's in Trouble
- Ride Like the Wind
- You've Got a Friend in Me (Instrumental Version) - Featuring Tom Scott
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