The Most Popular Harry Potter TikTok Sounds & Songs (Full Versions, Lyrics & More!)

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Looking for a specific Harry Potter TikTok sound to use, or trying to find full versions of songs made famous by PotterTok?

We get it – one of the most annoying parts of TikTok is losing a sound you really liked, or swiping away before you can add it to your Favorites.

Don’t worry though, this list will showcase some of the most popular songs being used for Harry Potter TikToks right now, along with which trends they’re commonly linked with.

With this list, we hope you can find the exact song you’re looking for to create the perfect TikTok or find the perfect soundtrack for shifting to Hogwarts or maybe even visiting Hogwarts in real life ; )

No more wondering what “Original sound” means – we’ve got PotterTok & DracoTok’s top full length songs for you right here. And hey, if you’re in the mood for other TikTok viral hits, be sure to check out our post on that “Number one Victory Royale…” song here.

Have Harry Potter TikTok sounds or songs we should add? Let us know in the comments, or let us know if you have other sounds you’re trying to track down.

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1. The ‘Harry Potter Fashion’ Sound

Known as: the song people use to showcase Hogwarts House outfit ideas

This audio originally uploaded to TikTok by @amer.editsz is a viral smash hit that is used by TikTok users to showcase outfits they would wear that match the aesthetic of Hogwart’s four houses.

What exactly is this sound composed of?

Of course, it starts with McGonagall’s iconic lines saying “Before you can take your things, you must be sorted into your houses – they are Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw and Slytherin” is from the first Harry Potter movie, but the catchy beat in the background comes from GDFR by Flo Rida (which you can listen to here).

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This TikTok using the sound to showcase different Hogwarts House aesthetics
  • This TikTok with more Harry Potter house aesthetics
  • This epic rhythmic gymnastic twist on the Hogwarts house aesthetic trend

Fun fact: The Sorting Hat never actually says “RAVENCLAW!!” in the movies, so you might notice that the Ravenclaw in this track sounds a bit different than the other houses. See if you can notice it!

Photo by emrecan arık on Unsplash

2. Ride by Lana del Rey x My Blood by Ellie Goulding

Known as: the song people use for the “This is what it would be like to date” videos + emotional Harry Potter POVs

This audio created by TikTok user @gisellevue has gone super viral within the PotterTok community, with over 11.5k videos using it and counting.

If you need some help jogging your memory, this is the song on TikTok that is often used to accompany “this is what it would be like to date [insert Harry Potter character]” TikTok videos.

It’s also used for some moving POVs and honestly, it’s perfect for just any kind of Harry Potter TikTok content thanks to its magical, nostalgic, happy/sad vibe.

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • The original TikTok using this sound ft. a Draco/Cedric love triangle
  • This “This is what it would be like to date Draco Malfoy” TikTok
  • This “This is what it would be like to date Cedric Diggory” TikTok


3. The “Did someone say Draco MALFOY?!” TikTok Sound

Known as: One of the main DracoTok sounds

If you’ve spent any amount of time on DracoTok, you’ll have encountered this iconic DracoTok sound, with over 26k videos… but where did the “Did someone say Draco Malfoy?” quote actually come from?

You’re not crazy for thinking it was never in the movies because it wasn’t! This audio is actually sampled from A Very Potter musical, an awesome musical parody of the Harry Potter movies which is honestly a must-watch if you’ve never seen it… and it’s available in its entirety on YouTube for free!

Here’s a clip from when the actress playing Draco says “Did someone say Draco Malfoy?”

The song that completes the audio is this slow version of 3 muskateers by ppcocaine. You can listen to the original version here.

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This awesome Draco Edit on TikTok


4. “Pottah Pottah is it true you fainted?” Sound

Known as: that sound everybody in DracoTok loves to lip sync to so people can guess what Hogwarts house they should be in

This DracoTok sound is one of the most popular by far, and is often used in the context of “People say can tell what house you’re in based on how you would say these lines” TikToks.

The main component of this sound is of course the iconic “Pottah, Pottah” Draco Malfoy quote from Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban, but what about that cool beat in the background?

Turns out the (now instantly recognizable) build up to this sound comes from another TikTok-savvy fandom: Hamilton!

Yup, the instrumental build up you hear in the background of this song before the “Pottah Pottah” bit is the beat from Hamilton’s “My Shot”, which you can listen to here.

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This TikTok from the platform’s favorite Tom Felton lookalike


5. “Hogwarts is my Home” Sound #1

Known as: the “home” Hogwarts song

Ahh – this song gives us goosebumps every time!

This sound samples the chorus from Home by Machine Gun Kelly & X Ambassadors & Bebe Rexha. While the chorus is definitely our favorite part of the song by miles, you can listen to the full thing on YouTube here.

The lyrics in this TikTok audio start with Harry Potter going “I can’t… Hogwarts is my….” with the chorus of Home then hitting perfectly with “home, a place where I can go, to take this off my shoulders, someone take me home”.

While there’s no one trend that’s associated with this TikTok sound, it’s most commonly used for nostalgic, aesthetic, homesick sort of Harry Potter TikToks that show off the dreaminess/feels of loving Hogwarts THAT much.

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This TikTok that will make you instantly want to apparate to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter


6. “Hogwarts is my Home” Sound #2

Known as: That “I’ve come ho-oooo-ooo-ooooo-ooo-oooome” song

This TikTok sound starts with the iconic JK Rowling quote “The stories we love best do live in us forever. So whether you come back by page or by the big screen, Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home” and then goes into the chorus of a gorgeously moving song.

What is the song being used in this PotterTok sound? It’s none other than Welcome Home by Radical Face (full version here).

PS: If you’re wondering where that actual JK Rowling speech audio comes from, you can watch the full thing here. It’s from a speech JK gave at the Deathly Hallows Part 2 premiere in London.

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This gorgeous Hogwarts edit on TikTok
Photo by Jessica Fadel on Unsplash

7. O Children by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Known as: The Harry and Hermione dancing song from Deathly Hallows

This sound is used for all kinds of TikTok content so there’s no one particular trend linked to it, but most of the videos using it have some kind of homesick for Hogwarts vibe, or just flex awesome Harry Potter things whether it’s a fun movie marathon, new merch, or even a ride on the Hogwarts Express in real life!

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This TikTok with everyone’s favorite Harry/Hermione scene
  • This TikTok featuring the best Harry Potter movie marathon ever


8. Arcade (known on TikTok for the lyrics ‘Loving You is a Losing Game’)

Known as: That “Loving you is a losing game” TikTok song

This ultra goosebump-inducing TikTok sound is the one that goes “OHHhhhHhH, ohHHhhhh all I know, all I kno-oh-owwww, loving you is a losing game”.

This is used in a TON of sad vibe Harry Potter TikTok videos, usually with the theme of heartbreak or Draco being broody and misunderstood.

The original song can be found here, but the one featured in TikToks seems to be a slowed down version. This one and this one sound similar.

Fun fact: This song was actually the winner of Eurovision 2019.

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This TikTok ft. an epic Draco deleted scene that fans everywhere are pissed got deleted

9. Spirits by the Strumbellas

Known as: the song used for “then and now” TikTok videos

This remix is used for a lot of “Then and Now” TikTok videos where they showcase actors from a certain year and how they look now.

The entire song is of course Spirits by the Strumbellas (listen to the full thing here).

At first, we thought maybe the sound used a mix of the original version and an acoustic version, but actually the more muted “spirits in my head and they won’t go” line comes from the beginning of the song, whereas the louder “I’ve got guns in my head and they won’t go” line is from later parts of the song.

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This TikTok using Spirits to show the HP cast in 2001 vs 2020
Photo by Gaurav Khoda on Unsplash

10. Daisy (I’m Crazy But You Like That)

Known as: That song often used in ~ saucy ~ DracoTok videos

This sound has become super popular for DracoTok POVs, usually with some kind of sassy or saucy twist.

And if you’re wondering where the song comes from, it’s called Daisy by Ashnikko, and you can listen to the full thing here.

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This iconic Umbridge/Draco TikTok


11. The “Draco Malfoy” Sound

Known as: That song used in saucy/funny/sassy DracoTok POVs

Are you sick of popular DracoTok songs yet? We’re just getting started.

This sound is a super popular one for POVs involving Draco, and the song in question is Love & War by Yellow Claw ft. Yade Lauren. The full version is here.

This is the version being used on TikTok though – it’s a slowed down remix.

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This hilarious twist of a TikTok ft. Malfoy and friends
  • This Yule Ball love triangle ft. Cedric and Draco (as usual)

12. That “Put Your Records on” DracoTok song

Known as: That song used in loads of DracoTok edits (usually with him smirking at some point)

This sound is definitely one of those sounds that make you think of DracoTok as soon as you hear it, especially if you’ve been spending a lot of time flicking through fun Draco POVs.

Well, the song in question is “Put Your Records on” by Corinne Bailey Rae (listen here), but the version going viral on TikTok is actually this one by Ritt Momney.

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This flirty DracoTok POV


13. The Supa Freak TikTok Sound

Known as: That song used in ‘saucy’ Hogwarts POVs and edits

This sound needs zero explanation.

It’s mainly used in (what I would call) the Dark side of DracoTok, with some… non PG themes. All the better (or all the worse?) when it’s used for videos involving Snape, Lucius Malfoy or any other members of the Wizarding World’s finest.

You’ve been warned!

While this song is super famous (the original is here), the one used in all the DracoTok POVs is a slowed down version that you can listen to here.

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This pretty tame TikTok that uses the sound
  • This funny twist on classic PotterTok POVs


14. The “really witty” TikTok sound

Known as: That “hoo hoo hoo hoo” DracoTok song

Another Draco Malfoy quote made immortal by TikTok is the one where he says “Oh yeah, terribly funny. Really witty. God this place has gone to the dogs. Wait until my father hears that Dumbledore’s got this oaf teaching classes.”

There are of course a lot of variations of this sound incorporating that quote, but the most popular one uses “L*** Is A Bad Word by” Kiiara (which you can listen to here)

Examples of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:


15. The “I’m latching onto you” DracoTok sound

Known as: That DracoTok POV song

Ahh yes, another DracoTok POV classic. We told you there were loads!

This sound is a staple of DracoTok, especially where broody POVs are concerned.

The original song is of course the mega-hit “Latch” by Disclosure ft. Sam Smith, but the one that has popped up on TikTok lately isn’t actually the original!

The remix that seems to be used in most DracoTok videos though is this “sad” remix here by Hailey Amanda. The part you’re likely looking for starts at 51 seconds!

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This Draco POV
  • This Amortentia-themed Cedric POV
  • This Draco silhouette TikTok


16. The “Are You With Me” DracoTok sound

Known as: That angsty DracoTok POV song

If you’re looking for the TikTok song that goes “are you wiiiiiiith me…. are you wiiiiiith me?” that’s used in this popular sound, the answer is simple: the song is called “Are You With Me” and it’s by Nilu.

You can listen to the full thing here.

That said, the one that has gone viral on DracoTok lately is slower, and appears to be this remix. The part you’re looking for starts at 3:26!

This audio is really popular across TikTok but seems to be most commonly used for DracoTok POVs involving some kind of heartbreak like a misunderstanding, Y/N breaking up with Draco, etc. Usually they end on a happier note though!

Example of this Harry Potter TikTok song in action:

  • This Draco themed POV
  • This sweet friendship themed Harry Potter TikTok

Did we miss any of your favorite DracoTok or PotterTok sounds?

Let us know in the comments! Hopefully this article helped you find the exact song or sound you were looking for, but if not, leave a comment and we’ll be happy to help.


3 thoughts on “The Most Popular Harry Potter TikTok Sounds & Songs (Full Versions, Lyrics & More!)”

  1. Just to let you know, the sound people are using to ask people what house it looks like they’re in based on how they say the line is “Names Malfoy. Draco Malfoy… think my names funny do you? No need to ask you yours.. red hair and a hand me down robe…. you must be a Weasley.” 🙂


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