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* The opening theme, "How Soon is Now", truly one of the most epic openings of a TV show ever.

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* The opening theme, Love Spit Love's cover of [[Music/TheSmiths "How Soon is Now", Now"]], truly one of the most epic openings of a TV show ever.


* From "Animal Pragmatism" gives the song "I Promise You," by Judith Owen, plays as Piper has her fantasy of reuniting with Leo, despite her currently being with Dan, after receiving Leo's Valentines Card. Unfortunately the song is cut from Netflix's streaming episode.
* "Sand Fransisco Dreamin'" opens with the classic "Mr. Sandman," which of course could only be the theme of an episode dealing with Sandmen and Dreams.

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* From "Animal Pragmatism" gives the song us "I Promise You," You" by Judith Owen, which plays as Piper Piper, despite currently being with Dan, has her fantasy of reuniting with Leo, despite her currently being with Dan, Leo after receiving Leo's his Valentines Card. Unfortunately Unfortunately, the song is cut from Netflix's streaming version of the episode.
* "Sand Fransisco Dreamin'" opens with the classic "Mr. Sandman," which of course could only be the theme of an episode dealing with Sandmen and Dreams.


* "Sleuthing With The Enemy" gives Phoebe and Cole a beautiful {{Leitmotif}} that plays at the very end when she says goodbye.

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* "Sleuthing With The Enemy" gives Phoebe and Cole a beautiful {{Leitmotif}} that plays at the very end when she says goodbye.goodbye.
* From "Animal Pragmatism" gives the song "I Promise You," by Judith Owen, plays as Piper has her fantasy of reuniting with Leo, despite her currently being with Dan, after receiving Leo's Valentines Card. Unfortunately the song is cut from Netflix's streaming episode.
* "Sand Fransisco Dreamin'" opens with the classic "Mr. Sandman," which of course could only be the theme of an episode dealing with Sandmen and Dreams.


* The Season 5 premiere featured B*Witched "Blame It on the Weatherman" playing over a bittersweet montage of the Halliwells getting on with their lives after major changes (Paige leaving her job, Phoebe signing divorce papers and Piper preparing for her baby).

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* The Season 5 premiere featured B*Witched B*Witched's "Blame It on the Weatherman" playing over a bittersweet montage of the Halliwells getting on with their lives after major changes (Paige leaving her job, Phoebe signing divorce papers and Piper preparing for her baby).


* [[MilestoneCelebration "Centennial Charmed"]] featured the song 'Goodbye', performed by Music/MichelleBranch, the same song she performed in a Season 6 episode of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. The song, which is about saying goodbye to someone, is quite lovely; in the show, it was clearly a farewell song to Cole.

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* [[MilestoneCelebration "Centennial Charmed"]] featured the song 'Goodbye', performed by Music/MichelleBranch, the same song she performed in a Season 6 episode of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. The song, which is about saying goodbye to someone, is quite lovely; in the show, it was clearly a farewell song to Cole.Cole.
* The Season 5 premiere featured B*Witched "Blame It on the Weatherman" playing over a bittersweet montage of the Halliwells getting on with their lives after major changes (Paige leaving her job, Phoebe signing divorce papers and Piper preparing for her baby).
* The Season 3 premiere guest stars the Barenaked Ladies performing "Pinch Me" in P3. It perfectly captures Phoebe's budding feelings for Cole.
* "Sleuthing With The Enemy" gives Phoebe and Cole a beautiful {{Leitmotif}} that plays at the very end when she says goodbye.

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* The opening theme, "How Soon is Now", truly one of the most epic openings of a TV show ever.
* [[MilestoneCelebration "Centennial Charmed"]] featured the song 'Goodbye', performed by Music/MichelleBranch, the same song she performed in a Season 6 episode of ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. The song, which is about saying goodbye to someone, is quite lovely; in the show, it was clearly a farewell song to Cole.

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