One From the Heart is the score to the most misunderstood of Francis Ford Coppola's films. Far ahead of its time in terms of technology, use of color, montage, and set design, its soundtrack is the only thing that grounds it to earth. Coppola's movie is a metaphorical retelling of the exploits of Zeus and Hera set in Las Vegas. Coppola claims to have been taken with the male-female narrative implications of the track "I Don't Talk to Strangers," off Tom Waits' Foreign Affairs album. That cut was a duet with Bette Midler.
01. Opening Montage: Tom's Piano Intro/Once upon a Town
02. Is There Any Way Out of This Dream?
03. Picking up After You
04. Old Boyfriends
05. Broken Bicycles
06. I Beg Your Pardon
07. Little Boy Blue
08. Instrumental Montage: The Tango/Circus Girl
09. You Can't Unring a Bell
10. This One's from the Heart
11. Take Me Home