This song is referenced in the first Chapter when Bear describes how she feels around Marabella.
This song held Marabella's unspoken "coded" desires.
The words "until you forget me" ... Marabella's sadness from the beginning...
This song is the first of the coffeehouse playlist and sets the tone for the atmosphere of Les Beans Cafe on open mic night.
Plays in the background for Bear, Linda and Sophie's "after party." Bear notes how Sophie seems lost in the song, and soon learns why.
Plays in the background for their 'after party" and represents a shift in tone as Linda focuses on uncovering the truth about Ronnie's infidelity.
Linda invites Sophie and Bear to dance after they share an emotional moment. This scene is packed with hidden meanings later revealed in the novel.
The song playing in Bear's head as she enters her Boca home after deciding this isn't her "home" after all.
The song playing in the coffeehouse when Ronnie enters with an unexpected proposal.
What Sophie plays for Bear during their 'house blessing".
Toni "performs" to this song....
The reason for Linda's "Cornbread Kid" reference.
What Sophie played at dinner.
"It takes courage to dance in doorways." (Sophie)
This song holds particular meaning between Sophie and Catherine, and echoes Bear's last words to Marabella.
New Year's Day.
This song plays from a speaker on the floor as Bear prepares to close...
The song Sophie played on the beach . "Like dancing with the ghosts of the past," thought Bar.
Bear dances with Nonna Maria, unaware that Oriana looks on with adoring eyes.