You've Got Mail is a 1998 film. The romantic comedy reunites "Sleepless in Seattle" stars Tom Hanks and Meg Ryan with director and writer, Nora Ephron. The film contains four songs performed by Harry Nilsson.


The plot of "You've Got Mail" centers on Joe Fox (Tom Hanks) and Kathleen Kelly (Meg Ryan) as their relationship progresses from an Internet-based, e-mail courtship to a live in-person romance.


Although Sinead O'Conner performs Nilsson's "I Guess The Lord Must Be In New York City" on the You've Got Mail soundtrack CD, Nilsson's version is used in the film. Three other songs in the soundtrack are also performed wonderfully by Nilsson. "The Puppy Song" (from Nilsson's Harry album) is a joyful pop number originally written for Paul McCartney's protégé, Mary Hopkin. "Remember (Christmas)" (from Son of Schmilsson) is a moving and beautiful ballad. Nilsson's final contribution to You've Got Mail is his version of the classic "Over The Rainbow" (an outtake from his 1970 album of pop standards, A Little Touch of Schmilsson in the Night).