11/09/2012 08:47 am ET

'This Is 40' Soundtrack Includes Paul McCartney, Yoko Ono

It's not every day that Paul McCartney and Yoko Ono work on the same project, but music fans have Judd Apatow to thank for making just that happen. The two music legends have both contributed songs to the soundtrack for Apatow's "This Is 40," joining a stellar line-up that includes Paul Simon, Fiona Apple, Ryan Adams, Norah Jones and many more.

Ono's song is called "I'm Your Angel" while McCartney's is titled "Lunch Box Odd Sox." The latter tune was first released in 1980 as a bonus track on a Wings album, as NME notes.

The two recently made headlines when McCartney said that Ono was not to blame for the Beatles' breakup, refuting a long-standing rumor. (He did, however, say that it was difficult to always have her around.)

"Dull Tool," Apple's contribution to the soundtrack, marks the first time the singer has crafted an original song for a film.

"This Is 40" is the sequel to "Knocked Up" and features an ensemble cast that includes Megan Fox, Lena Dunham, Jason Segel, Paul Rudd and Chris O'Dowd. The movie's score was written by on Brion and Graham Parker. The film lands in theaters on Dec. 21, but the soundtrack is available Dec. 11 on Capitol Records.

Here's the full tracklisting:

I'm Your Angel – Yoko Ono
Always Judging – Norah Jones
What Do You Like? – Graham Parker with Punch Brothers
Sick Of You – Lindsey Buckingham
Rewrite – Paul Simon
Shining Through The Dark (Live) – Ryan Adams
Lunch Box Odd Sox – Paul McCartney
Brother & Sister – Lindsey Buckingham Featuring Norah Jones
Theme 1 (Debbie & Oliver) – Jon Brion
Watch The Moon Come Down – Graham Parker & The Rumour
Days That We Die – Loudon Wainwright
She Acts Like You – Lindsey Buckingham
Dull Tool – Fiona Apple
Lucky Now (Live) – Ryan Adams
I Got You – Wilco
Live & Die – The Avett Brothers

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