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Which Songs Were Played to Daryl on ‘The Walking Dead’? [VIDEOS & LYRICS]

Daryl Dixon (Norman Reedus) - The Walking Dead _ Season 4, Episode 8 - Photo Credit: Gene Page/AMC

Which songs was Daryl tortured with? (Gene Page/AMC)

Two songs were played to Daryl on The Walking Dead tonight. One was played over and over and one was played just at the very end. There was also another song played during the montage at the beginning. We’ve got the songs right here. WARNING: This article has spoilers through Season 7 Episode 3: “The Cell.”

Here’s what you need to know.

The song that was played over and over and over to Daryl is called “Easy Street” by The Collapsable Hearts Club. Here’s the song:

Jim Bianco and his band wrote about the song on their website here. Petra Haden sings the lead vocals and Jim sings backup for the song. They call the project “The Collapsable Hearts Club.” You can also find the song on Amazon here. It’s listed as just released on November 4, 2016.

The song that caused him to break down at the end was “Crying” by Roy Orbison:

Here are the lyrics to “Crying.”

And at the beginning of the episode, during the montage, they played The Jam’s “A Town Called Malice.” You can watch that song below:

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