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Confessions of a teenage drama queen soundtrack
Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen is the soundtrack album from the movie Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen, released on February 17, 2004The film's lead actress, Lindsay Lohan, recorded four songs written for the film, including "Drama Queen (That Girl)", that was released as a promo single in January of that year. The album has sold over 650,000 copies, according to SoundScan.

Track listing

  1. "Drama Queen (That Girl)" - Lindsay Lohan (Pam Sheyne, Bill Wolfe) – 3:29

  2. "Ready" - Cherie – 3:22

  3. "Ladies Night" - Atomic Kitten featuring Kool & the Gang – 3:06

  4. "Perfect" (acoustic version) - Simple Plan – 4:07

  5. "Tomorrow" - Lillix – 3:39

  6. "What Are You Waiting For" - Lindsay Lohan (Bridget Benenate, Matthew Gerrard, Steve Booker) – 3:19

  7. "Na Na" - Superchick – 3:45

  8. "1, 2, 3" - Nikki Cleary – 3:28

  9. "Don't Move On/Living for the City/Changes" Medley - Lindsay Lohan (David Bowie, Marty Blasick, Stevie Wonder) – 2:22

  10. "Boom" - Fan 3 – 3:20

  11. "A Day in the Life" - Lindsay Lohan (James Scoggin, Samantha Moore, Kirk Miller) – 3:19

  12. "The Real Me" - Alexis – 4:22

  13. "Un-Sweet Sixteen" - Wakefield – 2:55

  14. "Only in the Movies" - Diffuser – 2:55

"Never Leave You (Uh Oooh, Uh Oooh)" by Lumidee appears in the background of the scene all of Carla Santini, but is not included on the soundtrack album. As well as, "Feel Alright" by ZOEgirl from their album, Different Kind of FREE, which was featured during the concert after party.

Drama Queen (That Girl)

"Drama Queen (That Girl)" is the only single released from the motion picture soundtrack. It enjoyed some success on Disney Channel and Radio Disney. It was written by Pam Sheyne and Bill Wolfe, and produced by Matthew Gerrard, Dawn Soler, and Mitchell Leib. The song appeared on the compilation albums, Radio Disney Jams, Vol. 7 and Radio Disney Chart Toppers. The song won "Best Song to Watch Your Dad Sing" at the 2004 Radio Disney Awards.

Music video

The music video was directed by Declan Whitebloom. The video shows Lohan portraying different people performing the song in an audition. The video also features the promotional artwork for the movie as well as footage from the movie.

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