10 Most Popular Movie Songs

Monday, January 3 by tiffanie ice

There are some songs that have been associated with movies over the years because of their hard impact during unforgettable scenes. Whether be out of deep love, twisted pleasure, or intense action, here is a list of the top high impact songs from unforgettable movies.

  1. "Freebird" Performed by the band Lynard Skynard, the song "Freebird" is played during the last scene of the movie "The Devil's Rejects" as the main characters are driving wounded down a long desert road. When the song speeds up, the crew gets into a heated gunfight. The director Rob Zombie did a fantastic job incorporating the song into the heated movie ending.
  2. "Stuck in the Middle with You"  Played by the band Stealers Wheel, the song "Stuck in the Middle with You" gave the movie "Reservoir Dogs" a happy song a twisted association when Mr. Blonde cuts of a person's ear and proceeds to douse  the wound in gasoline. 
  3. "Goodbye Horses" Performed by Q Lazzarus,"the song "Goodbye Horses" is played during the notorious scene where Buffalo Bill dances in drag for a camera while wearing a victim's scalped hair in the movie "Silence of the Lambs." 
  4. "I am a Man of Constant Sorrow" Sung by The Soggy Bottom Boys, the song "I am a Man of Constant Sorrow" is sang by the main characters on a radio station so they can get money to survive in "Oh, Brother Where art thou?"
  5. "Where is My Mind?" Performed by the band Pixies, the song "Where is My Mind?" plays at the end of the movie "Fight Club" and buildings are being demolished to the ground. 
  6. "Singing in the Rain" The song "Singing in the Rain" is sung by the main character, Alex in the movie "Clockwork Orange" as him and his buddies tie up an elder married couple, and proceed to rape the wife. This generally happy song makes this scene disturbingly terrifying.
  7. "Your Song" "Your Song," sang by Ewan McGregor gives the movie "Moulin Rouge" a deep romantic meaning, since the main character Christian sings it to Satine, a courtesan that he has fallen in love with. 
  8. "Gonna Fly Now" The song "Gonna Fly Now" is best known for being the "Rocky" song, since it is played in many popular scenes in the movie, mostly before Rocky boxes.
  9. "You're the One That I Want" Sang in a duo by Sandy (Olivia Newton John) and Danny (John Travolta), the song "You're the One That I Want" became an instant hit when the movie "Grease" came out in 1978.
  10. "My Heart Will Go On"  The song "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion instantly rose to the top of the 1997 music charts when the movie "Titanic" was released. The song played during most of the touching story points in the movie, making the song pull some real heart strings. 
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