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65 Best Movies: Billboard Review Cuts Out Celine Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” by Titanic

Hollywood has always invited major music stars to perform theme songs for its films. the magazine painting He just released his list of the 65 greatest hits of all time and it includes several hits.

Let’s get it straight from the start: Quebec singer Celine Dion is ranked 20th in this ranking thanks to Because you loved meA love song written by Diane Warren for the movie Intimate and personal (1996), which brought together Michelle Pfeiffer and Robert Redford on the screen. In contrast, the theme song from the movie Titanic, My heart will go onInterpreted by Celine Dion, it was left out of the Top 65 Billboard charts by Billboard. However, the song, which achieved massive international success, did win an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1997.

This is the movie’s title song endless love (endless love), interpreted by the legendary Diana Ross and Lionel Richie, who sits at the top of the ranking. Released in 1981, the track spent 27 weeks on the Billboard Most Streamed Songs chart that year, including nine weeks at number one.

Canadian rocker Bryan Adams finds himself at number two in the rankings with his ballad all i dowritten for the movie Robin Hood, Prince of Thievesreleased in 1991.

Unsurprisingly, the disco songs the Bee Gees wrote for the movie Saturday night fever Do well on the Billboard charts. how deep is your love In third place in the ranking while night fever And Survival It ranks sixth and tenth, respectively.

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Other big must-have musicals for the cinema include the theme song for the sports drama Rocky 3And Tiger Eyewhich climbed to number four on the charts and the love song I will love you alwaysplayed by the late Whitney Houston in the movie Bodyguard (Personal guard), which appears in seventh place.

The first 10 songs in the Billboard charts

1) endless loveFrom Diana Ross and Lionel Richie from the movie endless love (nineteen eighty-one)

2) all i doBryan Adams from the movie Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves (1991)

3) how deep is your lovefrom the Bee Gees, from the movie Saturday night fever (1977)

4) Tiger EyeFrom the movie Survivor Rocky 3 (1982)

5) Flashdance… what a feelingIrene Cara from the movie jig (1983)

6) night feverfrom the Bee Gees, from the movie Saturday night fever (1977)

7) I will love you alwaysFrom Whitney Houston from the movie Bodyguard (1992)

8) end of the roadFrom Boyz II Men from the movie Boomerang (1992)

9) Call meBy Blondie, from the movie American Gigolo (1982)

10) Survivalfrom the Bee Gees, from the movie Saturday night fever (1977)