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Makutekahu
Written by Lukasz Pawel Buda (as L. Buda), Samuel Scott (as S. Scott) and Conrad Wedde (as C. Wedde)
Native Tongue Music Publishing
Arranged by Hamish McKeich
Performed by Pepe Becker, Anna Sedcole, Phillip Collins, Robert Oliver
Magic (What She Do)
Written by Dave Dobbyn (as D. Dobbyn)
Native Tongue Music Publishing
Performed by DD Smash
Licensed courtesy of Warner Music New Zealand Limited
Ocean Blue
Written by Lukasz Pawel Buda (as L. Buda), Samuel Scott (as S. Scott) and Conrad Wedde (as C. Wedde)
Native Tongue Music Publishing
Sinnerman
Traditional, arranged by Nina Simone
[Incorrectly attributed as written by Nina Simone]
(c) 1965 WB Music Corp.
By kind permission of Warner/Chappell Music Australia Pty Ltd
Performed by Nina Simone
Courtesy of Universal Music New Zealand
The Trifecta
Written by Rima Te Wiata (as R Te Wiata), Taika Waititi (as T. Waititi), Julian Dennison (as J. Dennison), Sam Neill (as S. Neill), Lukasz Pawel Buda (as L. Buda), Samuel Scott (as S. Scott) and Conrad Wedde (as C. Wedde)
Copyright Control / Native Tongue Music Publishing
Performed by Moniker
Song of the French Partisan
Written by Emmanuel d'Astier de la Vigerie (as Zaret) and Anna Marly (as Marly)
Universal Music Corp.
Administered by Universal Music Publshing Pty Ltd
Performed by Leonard Cohen
Licensed courtesy of Sony Music Entertainment New Zealand Ltd
Shchtedrik
Written by Mykola Dmytrovych Leontovych (as M. Leontovych)
Performed by Choeur d'enfants du Bolchoï
Courtesy of FGL Productions
Seabird
Written by Billy Alessi (as Alessi) and Bobby Alessi (as Alessi)
Royalty Network/Alessi Music
Administered by Universal Music Publishing Pty Ltd
Performed by Alessi Brothers
Courtesy of Universal Music New Zealand
Cadbury Flake
Written by Ronald Frederick Bond
Courtesy of Ronnie Bond Music and MCPS
By arrangement with CueSongs Ltd
Performed by Moniker
Milestone 2 (Skux Life)
Written by Conrad Wedde (as C. Wedde), Lukasz Pawel Buda (as L. Buda) and Samuel Scott (as S. Scott)
Native Tongue Music Publishing
Performed by Moniker
Turn Your Lights Down Low
Written by Bob Marley
(c) Published by Blue Mountain Music Ltd
Administered by Kobalt Music Publishing Australia Pty Ltd
Performed by Tioreore Ngatai-Melbourne
Ricky Baker Birthday Song
(uncredited)
Performed by Rima Te Wiata and Julian Dennison
2016 Majestical Pictures Ltd
©2016 The Orchard
The Ole Rugged Cross
(uncredited)
Written by George Bennard
"The Old Rugged Cross" is a popular hymn written in 1912 by evangelist and song-leader, George Bennard.

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