List of songs recorded by Fiona Apple

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Fiona Apple performing in 2012

American singer-songwriter Fiona Apple has recorded songs for her four studio albums and collaborated with other artists for duets and featured songs on their respective albums. After signing a contract in 1995 with the Work Group, a division of Sony Music, eighteen-year-old Apple moved from New York to Los Angeles to record her debut album, Tidal (1996).[1][2] She wrote all of its songs, and would continue to do so for her later albums. "Shadowboxer" was Tidal's lead single, later followed by "Criminal", which received the Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance and a nomination for Best Rock Song at the 40th Grammy Awards.[3][4] In 1998, Apple also recorded two cover versions for the film soundtrack Pleasantville: "Across the Universe" (Lennon–McCartney) and "Please Send Me Someone to Love" (Percy Mayfield).

Sony released Apple's second album, When the Pawn..., in 1999, which was less commercially successful than her debut.[5] The album's lead single, "Fast as You Can", garnered positive reviews,[6] while "Paper Bag", the album's third single, received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance.[7] After a six-year hiatus, Extraordinary Machine (2005) was released by Sony. Its singles included "Parting Gift", "O' Sailor", "Not About Love", and "Get Him Back". A year later, Apple recorded "Sally's Song", a song written by composer Danny Elfman, for the special edition soundtrack to The Nightmare Before Christmas.[8] In 2012, Sony released "Every Single Night", the lead single of Apple's fourth album, The Idler Wheel..., which was released soon after.[9] This single was followed by "Werewolf" and "Anything We Want".[10][11] That year also saw Apple record "Dull Tool", her first original song for a film soundtrack, for the film This Is 40.[12]

In addition, Apple has recorded five songs for compilation albums, including "Frosty the Snowman" for the holiday album Christmas Calling (2003), "I Walk a Little Faster" and "Why Try to Change Me Now" for The Best Is Yet to Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman (2009), "So Sleepy" (featuring Jon Brion and the Punch Brothers) for Chickens in Love (2010), "Everyday" (with Brion) for Rave On Buddy Holly (2011), and "I'm in the Middle of a Riddle" (featuring Maude Maggart) for Sweetheart 2014 (2014). Collaborations appearing on other artists' albums include "Bridge over Troubled Water" and "Father and Son" for Johnny Cash's albums American IV: The Man Comes Around (2002) and Unearthed (2003), "Loveless" for Davíd Garza's Dream Delay (2008), and "You're the One I Love" for Sara Watkins' Sun Midnight Sun (2012). Other collaborations released as singles include "Come On and Get It (Up in 'Dem Guts)" with Zach Galifianakis (2006) and "I Want You" with Elvis Costello (2006). Apple also performed the jazz standard "Angel Eyes" for the film Largo, though no official soundtrack was released.

List of songs

Apple's cover of "Across the Universe", credited to John Lennon and Paul McCartney (pictured in 1964), was recorded for the Pleasantvile soundtrack, released in 1998.
Apple provided vocals to Zach Galifianakis' (pictured in 2007) promotional single "Come On and Get It (Up in 'Dem Guts)" (2006).
Apple recorded "Bridge over Troubled Water" with Johnny Cash (pictured in 1969) for his 2002 album American IV: The Man Comes Around; the duo also recorded "Father and Son" for Cash's 2003 album Unearthed.
Apple and Ben Lee are featured guests on "Hey Big Dog" from Margaret Cho's (pictured in 2009) album Cho Dependent, released in 2010.
Apple recorded "I Want You" with Elvis Costello (pictured in 2006) for the VH1 Classic television program Decades Rock Live in 2006; the song was later released as a single.[13]
Apple provided vocals for "You're the One I Love" on Sara Watkins' (pictured in 2009) album Sun Midnight Sun (2012).
Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
List of songs recorded by Fiona Apple
Song Artist(s) Writer(s) Original release Year Ref.
"Across the Universe" Fiona Apple Lennon–McCartney Pleasantville 1998 [14]
"Angel Eyes" Fiona Apple Matt Dennis
Earl Brent
N/A 2008 [15]
[16]
"Anything We Want" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Better Version of Me" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Bridge over Troubled Water" Johnny Cash featuring Fiona Apple Paul Simon American IV: The Man Comes Around 2002 [19]
"Carrion" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"The Child Is Gone" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Come On and Get It (Up in 'Dem Guts)" dagger Zach Galifianakis featuring Fiona Apple Unknown "Come On and Get It (Up in 'Dem Guts)" (Single) 2006 [21]
"Container" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple N/A 2014 [22]
"Criminal" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Daredevil" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Dull Tool" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple This Is 40 2012 [23]
[24]
"Every Single Night" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Everyday" Fiona Apple and Jon Brion Buddy Holly
Norman Petty
Rave On Buddy Holly 2011 [25]
"Extraordinary Machine" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Fast as You Can" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Father and Son" Johnny Cash featuring Fiona Apple Cat Stevens Unearthed 2003 [27]
"The First Taste" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Frosty the Snowman" Fiona Apple Steve Nelson
Walter E. Rollins
Christmas Calling 2003 [28]
"Get Gone" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Get Him Back" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Hey Big Dog" Margaret Cho featuring Fiona Apple and Ben Lee Patty Griffin Cho Dependent 2012 [29]
[30]
"Hot Knife" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"I Know" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"I Walk a Little Faster" Fiona Apple Cy Coleman
Carolyn Leigh
The Best Is Yet to Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman 2009 [31]
[32]
"I Want You" dagger Elvis Costello featuring Fiona Apple Elvis Costello "I Want You" (Single) 2006 [33]
"I'm in the Middle of a Riddle" Fiona Apple featuring Maude Maggart Anton Karas Sweetheart 2014 2014 [34]
"It's Only a Paper Moon" Maude Maggart with Fiona Apple Harold Arlen
Yip Harburg
Billy Rose
With Sweet Despair 2005 [35]
"Jonathan" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Largo" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel...
[Deluxe Version]
2012 [36]
"Left Alone" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Left Handed Kisses" Andrew Bird featuring Fiona Apple Andrew Bird Are You Serious 2016 [37]
"Limp" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Love Ridden" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Loveless" Davíd Garza featuring Fiona Apple Unknown Dream Delay 2008 [38]
[39]
"A Mistake" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Never Is a Promise" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Not About Love" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"O' Sailor" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Oh Well" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"On the Bound" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Parting Gift" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Pale September" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Paper Bag" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Periphery" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Please Please Please" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Please Send Me Someone to Love" Fiona Apple Percy Mayfield Pleasantville 1998 [40]
"Pure Imagination" Fiona Apple Leslie Bricusse
Anthony Newley
"Pure Imagination" (Single) 2013 [41]
"Red Red Red" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Regret" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"River, Stay Away from My Door" Fiona Apple Traditional[42] Extraordinary Machine
[Germany Bonus DVD]
2006 [43]
"Sally's Song" Fiona Apple Danny Elfman The Nightmare Before Christmas 2006 [44]
"Shadowboxer" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Sleep to Dream" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"Slow Like Honey" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"So Sleepy" Fiona Apple featuring Jon Brion and the Punch Brothers 826LA Chickens in Love 2010 [45]
[46]
"Still I" Christophe Deluy featuring Fiona Apple Unknown N/A 2006 [47]
"Sullen Girl" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Tidal 1996 [20]
"To Your Love" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Tymps (The Sick in the Head Song)" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"Valentine" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Waltz (Better Than Fine)" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"The Way Things Are" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple When the Pawn... 1999 [26]
"Werewolf" dagger Fiona Apple Fiona Apple The Idler Wheel... 2012 [17]
"Why Try to Change Me Now" Fiona Apple Cy Coleman
Joseph A. McCarthy
The Best Is Yet to Come: The Songs of Cy Coleman 2009 [31]
[32]
"Window" Fiona Apple Fiona Apple Extraordinary Machine 2005 [18]
"You Belong to Me" Fiona Apple Billy Rose
Lee David
Extraordinary Machine
[Germany Bonus DVD]
2006 [43]
"You're the One I Love" Sara Watkins featuring Fiona Apple Felice and Boudleaux Bryant Sun Midnight Sun 2012 [48]

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