Poll Suggestion: IMDb Poll Board Top 10 Favorite Movie Songs

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I'll take care of the list later...

If you had to make a compilation of your Top 10 favorite movie songs, that would include...?

[i](let's see who's gonna have the most voted soundtrack, just don't flood it with Disney songs unless you're a Disney fan, of course)[/i]

I'll start (in no order)

"Prince Ali" (Aladdin)
"Shout" (Animal House)
"Be My Baby" (Mean Streets)
"Suicide is Painless" (MASH)
"Mrs. Robinson" 
(The Graduate)
"To Sir, With Love" (To Sir, With Love)
"Do Not Forsake Me Oh My Darling"
 (High Noon)
"Blame Canada" 
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South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut)
"Every Sperm is Sacred" (Monty Python's Meaning of Life)
"Que Sera Sera (Whatever Will be Will be)" 
(The Man Who Knew Too Much)

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Awesome poll!  Unlike most song polls, we get to pick 10!  
One question, though: Do the songs just have to from "musicals," or can we pick anything in the soundtrack to a non-musical movie?
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Check my list, 7 aren't musicals
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Okay, I just wanted to make sure.  :)  Well, here's mt top 10 - I may change something, but maybe not.

1. Edge of a Dream from Space Mutiny
2. Take My Breath Away from Top Gun
3. Invincible from Legend of Billie Jean (never seen it, just LOVE that song!)
4. St. Elmo's Fire (Man in Motion) from St. Elmo's Fire (again, never seen it, lol!)
5. Against the Ninja from Miami Connection
6. Constant as the Stars Above from Barbie as Rapunzel
7. I Stand Alone from Quest for Camelot (Steve Perry version)
8. Valjean's Soliloquy from Les Miserables
9. Flower, Gleam, and Glow from Tangled 
10. Once Upon a December from Anastasia

So... yeah.  As usual, my picks as offbeat and obscure, but there they are.  Eat you heart out, Greatest Showman - Space Mutiny's got the beat!  :D
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You know what, I'd like to replace Once Upon a December with
We Fight For Love from Commando.
Thanks.  ;)
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cool idea...gonna take some thought...no documentaries and definitely no particular order....

1...knockin on heaven's door...bob dylan (pat garrett and billy the kid)
2...try a little tenderness...the commitments (the commitments)
3...ballin' the jack...dean martin (that's my boy)
4...fire down below...bette midler (the rose)
5...light of day...the barbusters (light of day)
6...iko iko...the mystery (satisfaction)
7...the pilgrim...kris kristofferson (the life and hard times of guy terrifico)
8...i'm tired...madeline kahn (blazing saddles)
9...licence to kill...gladys knight (licence to kill)
10...i'm going home...tim curry (the rocky horror picture show)

bonus track...freedom...richie havens (woodstock)

i'll probably think of more and better ones, but for now....kinda like these...

peace...
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Push it to the limit (Scarface)
Hip to be square (American Psycho)
Why should I worry (Oliver and Company) (this version, in honor of my sister who loves this movie to death, lol)
Gently Johnny (The Wicker Man)
110th Street (Jackie Brown)
Nightcall (Drive)
Aquarela do Brasil (Saludos Amigos)
Urami Bushi (Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion; also used in Kill Bill btw)
The Gospel Truth (Hercules)
Everytime (Spring Breakers), more of an ironic inclusion though, I may come up with a different one
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Push it to the limit sounds at the exact moment, perfectly describes what is happening to Tony and creates an impact on the atmosphere. There are also more iconic songs like She's on fire or Rush Rush.
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I tried not to take anything that was someone else's choice already, but I have to add Cheek to Cheek as number 11 (as it appears in The Purple Rose of Cairo though - so bittersweet).
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Since it's not about the movie moments but only the songs themselves, here's the new list:

Push it to the limit (Scarface)
Strawberry Letter 23 (Jackie Brown)
Relax (Body Double)
Fly Like an Eagle (Space Jam)
Stayin' Alive (Saturday Night Fever)
Lose Yourself (8 Mile)
Don't you forget about me (The Breakfast Club)
The Sound of Silence (The Graduate)
Blue Monday (Atomic Blonde)
Wicked Game (Wild at Heart)
Django (Django 1966)
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Here's my list, with clips from the movies in which songs are heard. In chronological order and irrespective of whether song/version was written specifically for the movie or just used in such a way it became inseparable. 
"V nebi kanareechka litaye" from Za dvoma zaytsiamy (1961)
"You Got Me Burning in the Third Degree" from The Terminator (1984)
"Princes of the Universe" from Highlander (1986)
"Just an Illusion" from F/X (1986)
"Zvezda po imeni Solntse" from Igla (1988)
"In a Moonlit Night" from In una notte di chiaro di luna (1989) (was not able to find the clip, but the song itself is officially on YouTube, thankfully)
"Adios" from Mean Guns (1997)
"I'm Deranged (Edit)" from Lost Highway (1997)
"Killing Moon" from Donnie Darko (2001)
"Under Your Spell" from Drive (2011)

Honorable mentions or a hint that 10 is clearly not enough in my case. ;)
"Photographic" from The Last Horror Film (1982)
"Ku" from Kin-dza-dza! (1987)
"The Answer" from The Dead Next Door (1989)
"The Reynolds Rap" from Lunatics: A Love Story (1991)
"Rhythm of the Night" from Beau travail (1999)
"House of 1000 Corpses" from House of 1000 Corpses (2003)
"A Day" from The Guest (2014)
"We're Changing" from Glass (2019)
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You've Got Me Burnin in the Third Degree - I saw that scene and liked the song, but I didn't know what it was... I guess I'm a sucker for 80's music!  :D
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Also there's this great song from Commando... need to watch that sometime!  Now I'm contemplating adding it to mine.  :)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tl92wiSMHXk
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NarniaisAwesome, original songs from The Terminator (1984) are all from relatively unknown singers/actors and they are jaw-dropping good 80's goodness. I probably like "Pictures of You" even better, but the problem is its use in the movie is far from being that memorable. 

Since The Terminator (1991) video game (one of my all-time favorites) lacks music I often just play it to this soundtrack. Searching for Sara Connor in polygonal DOS LA to "Pictures of You" is just such a great activity.
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Nikolay, you just remembered me on 'Just an Illision', which I last had in my car. It's one of the greates peaces of pop music ever - and still so unknown to many!
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I don't know if they are eligible, they weren't written for the movies but become more popular because of it. 

1-Now you are free: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xButjfhZWVU

2-Parla Piu Piano: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OWBY_XxiIOo

3- I Will Always Love You:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3JWTaaS7LdU

4-Que sera serahttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xZbKHDPPrrc

5-Enya:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i7MLT4MmAK8&list=PLyORnIW1xT6zC14Z45V6c00JFwRBWdh8P&index=86

6-She:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nxaZMreym88

7-Mes emmerdes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D7glDq5cgqY

8-City of Stars: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GTWqwSNQCcg

9- A Knife in The Dark:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hKQVkwOZ1Y4 (you can hear so paroles at the end.)

10- Elysium: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gsvqd2QkrTA (very similar to Now you are free)
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cinephile, your comment was caught in the spam filter (probably due to abundance of links), fished it out. 

Also: a great list! "Que Sera Sera" is something I never expected was from a Hitchcock movie, but he surprised me yet again with it in my early teens.  
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Please cinephile can you make a list that includes the titles, it would be more helpful 
thanks!
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I have ZERO idea how to not randomly do this one (just a shotgun list of 10 songs... I can recall that would fit this). I'll give it a ponder and hopefully make a half way decent list... that won't make me feel guilty for inevitably leaving out songs I really love but remember at a later (postpublication) date.
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Push it to the Limit (Scarface)
Mrs Robinson (The Wolf of Wall Street
Paint it Black (Full Metal Jacket)
Jungle Boogie (Pulp Fiction)
Society (Into the Wild)
Cat People (Inglorious Basterds)
Fortunate Son(Forrest Gump)
Where is my Mind(Fight Club)
Brian Song (Life of Brian)
Best of My Love(Boogie Nights)

Probably many of the songs are not original of these movies, in fact I did not know that Mrs Robinson had been written for The Graduate because I have not seen the movie but the use of these songs were so exact that they undoubtedly influenced my experience at the time of watching these movies.
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joe siegel, I keep hearing a lot of great things about The Graduate (1967), but I still haven't seen it. 
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great film...saw it in the theatre when it first came out...have seen it dozens if times since...mrs. robinson was written specifically for that film by simon and garfunkel, who performed all the music for the movie...
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I love this song
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Elm, I would like to change my choice of Fortunate Son for Johnny B. Goode from Back to the Future.
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I couldn't possibly make a list but two songs have stuck with me for many years - oddly enough both from Robert Redford / Paul Newman movies:
"Raindrops Keep Falling on my Head" - Butdh Cassidy and The Sundance Kid and
"The Entertainer" from The Sting
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"The Entertainer" from piano genius Scott Joplin is another big deal. I like it, when people remember on lost music styles. Ragtime is a great kind of music, but who still does it today? It was released in 1902.
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The Tinker of Rye The Wicker Man, I walk with God, Mario Lanza,Aquarius Hair, I close my eyes, Joseph Techcolor dream Coat, Getting to know you The King and i, If i were a rich man Fiddler on the roof,
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In no particular order:

Making of Cyborg
by Kenji Kawai, Ghost in the Shell (1995)
Little Person by Deanna Storey, Synecdoche, New York (2008)
La Resistance (Medley), South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut  (1999) 
Save Me by Aimee Mann, Magnolia (1999)
This is Halloween, Nightmare Before Christmas
Magic Dance by David Bowie, Labyrinth (1986)
As Time Goes By Dooley Wilson, Casablanca (1942)
Sigh No More by Maurissa Tancharoen, Much Ado About Nothing  (2012)
Why Don't You Do Right? by Amy Irving, Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1989)
Jump in the Line (Shake Señora) by Harry Belafonte, Beetlejuice (1988)
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Good grief! How could I forget the music from Nightmare Before Christmas! I'm ashamed!
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dont feel bad...i forgot 'dulcinea' from man of la mancha....
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Can you make my 11th pick...
Falling Slowly by Glen Hansard and Markéta Irglová, Once (2007)

Honorable mentions to...
The Tatara Women Work Song (Tatara Fumu Onnatachi), Princess Mononoke (1997)
Eye of the Tiger (cover) from Persepolis (2007)
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I'm confused, do they have to be original songs written for a movie, or any song that sounds in any movie?
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Several of my songs were written for their films. The others were pretty solidly associated with their newly adopted soundtracks.
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May I put down a list now but reserve the right to revise it? Lol. In other words, maybe don't go through the trouble of putting it on your poll list until I process it a bit? I don't think I'll make many changes, though. 

By the way, a couple of mine are on your list, too, ElMo. :)

In no particular order:


"Wise Up" by Aimee Mann (Magnolia)
"Girl, You'll Be a Woman Soon" by Urge Overkill (Pulp Fiction)
"Hallelujah" by Jeff Buckley (Shrek)
"Live to Tell" by Madonna (At Close Range)
"Fight the Power" by Public Enemy (Do the Right Thing)
"Fall On Me" by R.E.M. (10,000 Saints)  or "Belong" by R.E.M. (Slacker Uprising)
"Mrs. Robinson" by Simon & Garfunkel (The Graduate)
"To Sir with Love" by Lulu (To Sir with Love)
"Sounds of Silence" by Simon & Garfunkel (The Graduate)
"These Are Days" by Natalie Merchant (Bringing Out the Dead)

I can get you an image to go with this if you like.

'Fun idea; good idea, ElM!

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My sister is the kind of introverted and unpopular student who chose "Fight the Power" as her receive-your-graduation-diploma theme song. Great choice :)
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Hi, ElMo. :D
I got a few hundret songs in my head, that appeared in movies. For me it's an exhausting thing making out, which one I would choose to be better than the other. So I got ten candidates that came first to my mind:

Kenny Loggins: Footloose (Footloose)

AC/DC: Back in Black (Iron Man)

The Knack: My Sharona (Super 8)

Free: All Right Now (american Beauty)

Queen: We Will Rock You (Bohamian Rhapsody)

Queen: Who Want's to Live Forever (Highlander)

The Sweet: Ballroom Blitz (Hot Fuzz)

Huey Lewis and the News: Power of Love (Back to the future)

Louis Armstrong: What A Wonderful World (Happy New Year)

Elvis Presley: It's Now or Never (The In-Laws)



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Some great picks!
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Thank you.
But I would change two points about it.
I would change the Louis Armstrong pick to:
"Just an Illusion" from Imagination ('F/X', 1996)
and the Presley pick to:
"The Entertainer" from Scott Joplin ('The Sting' with Robert Redford)
(Even though it's not a song, it's an instrumental)
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I am planning to make a poll related to themes or instrumentals so you can stick to songs for that one.
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Goody!  :D
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So I would replace presley with Jefferson Airplane's
"White Rabbit", played in 'The Game'
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If you need 2 of 10 of my songs for the instrumental part,
it would be the theme of 'Pink Panther' from Henry Mancini and
'A Shot in the Dark', also Mancini. I guess 7/10 of my prefered
instrumentals would be of Mancini's feather. ;)
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As eleventh position I would put
Toto - "Hold the Line" ('Kill the Boss 2')
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Another Day of Sun (La La Land)
Colors of the Wind (Pocahontas)
Let It Go (Frozen)
Starman by David Bowie (The Martian)
Once Upon a Dream (Sleeping Beauty)
I Don't Want To Miss a Thing by Aerosmith (Armageddon)
God Gave Rock 'N' Roll To You II by KISS (Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey)
Edge of Night (LotR: The Return of the King)
The Scientist by Coldplay (Wicker Park)
Ecstasy of Gold (The Good, the Bad and the Ugly)

If you make a title list, please use La La Land. Otherwise this image:
https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0053285/mediaviewer/rm3209040128
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Almost put Let It Go on there myself, but I figured it would get it's recognition anyway.  :)  Still love it.
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Oh, "The Scientist" is a great song. 
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if anyone feels like adding an eleventh option....
I've got to add Push it to the Limit

So... these go to eleven!
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Eleventh pick: Guaranteed (Into the Wild)
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In no particular order:

All You Need is Love - Yellow Submarine (1968)
A Million Dreams - The Greatest Showman (2017)
I Feel Pretty - West Side Story (1961)
Cheek to Cheek - Top Hat (1935)
Singin' in the Rain - Singin' in the Rain (1952)
Je vole - La famille Bélier (2014)
Attachez-Moi - Faoubourg 36 (2008)
Reality - La boum (1980)
It Won't Be Long - Across the Universe (2007)
On My Own - Les Misèrables (2012)
Al otro lado del río - Diarios de motocicleta (2004)
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Eleventh pick: Separate Ways from Tron Legacy.  Actually, if you could move it to the 2 spot on my list, that'd be great.  :)
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I only have 2 songs i like and that is 1 The Tinker of Rye and 2 Oh what a beautiful morning Both sung by Christopher lee.
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ElMo, is there a link somewhere that I'm missing?
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Not yet, I was still working on the general idea behind the poll, I was about to consider "Push it to the Limit" from Scarface then I realized I liked the clip more than the song and that's not what the poll is about, it's about songs we love to listen to, we put in our playlist, if someone enjoys "Singin' in the Rain", that's fine unless it's biased by the wonderful choreography. So maybe I'm gonna stick to 10 choices or make it to eleven and then find another option for me.
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for my 11th choice, you can add 'dulcinea' from man of la mancha....sorry i forgot that one in my top ten....
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Is there a list yet?  :)
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Bump!
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I will make the list... it wouldn't be right considering everyone's involvment in that poll.
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Do you want us to drop the songs' respective YouTube videos ... if available? That might be a lot of work for you (in that case)... if you don't mind.
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I wouldn't object but I don't want it to give the wrong idea about this poll which focuses on the songs regardless on how iconic the scenes that made them famous were... if someone enjoys Pulp Fiction's "C'est la Vie"  because  of the twist contest scene, no problem for me, but the point is to enjoy the song as much as the scene, if not more. If the song loses its magic without the clip then there's no need to count it;

So I would have rather have audio Youtube videos than movie clips.
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I was thinking the general music video rather than the (much more difficult to find) related movie clip. I also like removing the movie from the song and having people vote on the song itself.
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I'm guessing we're only suggesting songs with actual singing, right? So, no instrumental and/or orchestral music?
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I think so.
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And what if it's a song with singing, but without lyrics?
For example, in one of the posts above, Jessica suggested Ecstasy of Gold, which does have operatic singing, but without actual lyrics.
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That probably counts, because it has human vocals.  :)
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In my book, it's singing... like A Man and a Woman, basically all the lyrics consist of "chabadabada-chabadabada" and variations
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Good list, here is my top 10:

1. Into thew West (Lord of the Ring 3)
2. Eye of the Tiger (Rocky 3)
3. the Last Goodbye (Hobbit 3)
4. Circle of Life (Lion King)
5. Remember Me (Troy)
6. My Heart Will Go On (Titanic)
7. See You Again (Furious 7)
8. Stand By Me (Stand By Me)
9. Ashes (Deadpool 2)
10. Don't You Forget About Me (The Breakfast Club) 
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Paok,
ElMo is now also allowing an 11th pick.  :)
BTW, good call with Don't You Forget About Me.
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Thanks NarniaisAwesome, my 11th pick is Arabian Nights from Aladdin.
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Hmmm... I think I'm gonna use my own filter, and only list songs which were made specifically for the film in which they appeared in. For example, House of the Rising Sun (one of my Top 10 favorite songs of all time) has appeared in the film Suicide Squad, but I'm not gonna put it on this list.

So, my Top 11 are
(as you requested, I linked all audio versions, except one)

You Only Live Twice from the 1967 film You Only Live Twice
Flight of Dragons from the 1982 film The Flight of Dragons
The Last Unicorn from the 1982 film The Last Unicorn
Walking in the Air from the 1982 film The Snowman
Don't You (Forget About Me) from the 1985 film The Breakfast Club
Worthless from the 1987 film Brave Little Toaster
Who is the Boss (the Duke of Zil, of course) from the 1988 film Felix the Cat: The Movie
Techno Syndrome from the 1995 film Mortal Kombat
Through Heaven's Eyes from the 1998 film The Prince of Egypt
Real Human Being from the 2011 film Drive
The Song from the 2014 film Song of the Sea
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Oh, and I want my image to be this one.
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I have a question: One of my picks is a song from a 22 minute-long TV film The Snowman. Does it count as a ''movie song'', since it's from a TV short, and not from a feature film? I have a replacement ready, if needed.
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Please can you give me the list following the list format, check here:https://www.imdb.com/list/ls097617724/

[b]"Song Title"[/b] (movie title)

that goes for the further suggestions

Thank you
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[b]''You Only Live Twice''[/b] (You Only Live Twice)
[b]''Flight of Dragons''[/b] (The Flight of Dragons)
[b]''The Last Unicorn''[/b] (The Last Unicorn)
[b]''Walking in the Air''[/b] (The Snowman)
[b]''Don't You (Forget About Me)''[/b] (The Breakfast Club)
[b]''Worthless''[/b] (The Brave Little Toaster)
[b]''Who is the Boss''[/b] (Felix the Cat: The Movie)
[b]''Techno Syndrome''[/b] (Mortal Kombat)
[b]''Through Heaven's Eyes''[/b] (The Prince of Egypt)
[b]''Real Human Being''[/b] (Drive)
[b]''The Song''[/b] (Song of the Sea)
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Wow, thanks a lot!
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mihailo.razvigor

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Two things:

1) Just a slight misspelling of my name in your list - it's mihailo.razvigor, not ravizgor

2) Can you put Mortal Kombat as my primary entry? No need to change the list itself (it's sorted chronologically), but I'm only referring to my placeholder, which is currently You Only Live Twice.
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BTW ElMo, my 11th pick was Separate Ways from Tron Legacy.  I'd like it at #2, please.  :)