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Welcome, welcome, it’s your weekly Teen Wolf music post!
“Hello, MTV? I’m calling in regards to the emotional pain that your little show about shirtless werewolves is bringing upon me. I do not appreciate being wrecked by a single song and I would like some complementary baked goods in order to recuperate. Yes, that will be all. Good day now.” – me, approximately every two episodes of Teen Wolf, probably. MTV and I are like this by now *wiggles fingers to demonstrate the sheer proximity of my relationship with this network*
All this to say that if “Where’s My Love” by SYML didn’t destroy you, THEN I DON’T WANT TO KNOW YOU. Check out the two (heartbreaking) songs that were used on this week’s episode and listen to them on repeat!
“Where’s My Love” by SYML
This isn’t the first (or last) time that Teen Wolf will bring about what is sure to become one of my favorite songs, ever but damn, warn a girl why don’t you! “Where’s My Love” plays as Stiles desperately tries to get Lydia to wake up from her catatonic stake. He does it well too, from mentioning her extra-hard homework that is probably grad school level to alluding to the fact that without her everything is falling apart. Thanks Stiles, I hadn’t cried since that fun little day when your dad was dying in the hospital during one of the most devastating storylines ever.
Seriously, I’ve been obsessed with this song since the promo videos came out, it’s so beautiful.
Cold sheets, but where’s my love?
I am searching high, I’m searching low in the night
Does she know that we bleed the same?
Don’t wanna cry but I break that way
Did she run away, did she run away, I don’t know
If she ran away, if she ran away, come back home
Just come home
“Dear Wormwood” by The Oh Hello’s
Deat-Deat is back, y’all!! And since Scott’s dad is MIA (again) and your – neighborly veterinarian / emissary / expert on all things supernatural / but actually quite unhelpful most of the time- has always been kind of a father figure in Scott’s life, well… cue the hugs while Dear Wormwood played in the background. I didn’t particularly miss Deaton to be perfectly honest, although the Beast lifting him up through the wall was a little funny, I’ll admit.
Make sure to add these two songs to your Teen Wolf playlist!