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THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS

Listen to the Song Sharon and Chance Danced to on Y&R

Many fans couldn’t help but wonder what song was playing at the end of the July 25 episode of THE YOUNG & THE RESTLESS when Chance selected a song on the Crimson Lights jukebox and began dancing romantically with Sharon in the empty coffee house.

Well, thanks to a helpful tweet from Y&R music supervisor RC Cates, we now know that the name of the song is “Lifeboat” and it’s by Crit Harmon and Dave Coffin. You can listen to the tune any time you like by streaming it on Spotify and Apple Music.

After Chance put in his coins and started the song, “Lifeboat” began playing as he took Sharon into his arms for a tender kiss and a slow dance. Then the song continued on the soundtrack as the soap cut to Phyllis watching Leanna Love’s news broadcast on her phone, Adam drinking alone at the GCAC bar, and Nick and Sally ordering room service. The tune then faded out for the final scene as Jack and Ashley’s stand-off ended with her leaving with Tucker and Jack calling Billy with a new plan to stop his sister.

Y&R Chance jukebox
Chance has great taste in music!CBS

As we published this story, “Lifeboat” has not yet been added to the Official Y&R Playlist on Spotify, but it will likely be included soon. Back in July 2021, Cates announced the creation of the official playlist which naturally kicks off with the iconic “Nadia’s Theme” but also includes other incidental music heard on the soap as well as songs sung by characters like Tessa and Danny and tracks from popular artists like Il Divo, Ella Fitzgerald, James Blunt, Josh Groban, and Alicia Keys.

So if you enjoyed “Lifeboat,” you can listen to it on your favorite music streaming services or just click play on the YouTube video below!

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