Music From Movies of the Seventies

What cool songs from movies do you remember? This is a list of the best and popular songs that have appeared in movies of the 70s.

We also have pages on this topic devoted to the 80s and 90s

  • "shake it all you can tonight" by ? from little darlings
    its a song playing in the beginning of the movie when angel is walking.im not sure if i have the correct song title

  • "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye (to yesterday)" by ??? from Coolie High

  • "There's Got To Be A Morning After" by ??? from Poseidon Adventure
    I think the song from the girl sings is There's Got To Be A Morning After.

  • "Long Way To The Top If You Wanna Rock And Roll" by AC-DC from School of Rock

  • "Dancing Queen " by Abba from Abba The Movie

  • "Dream On" by AeroSmith from Mrical
    This Song Was Featured At The End Credits On The Movie Miracal.

  • "Come Together" by Aerosmith from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    The first time Come Together was used in a movie, the movie sucked. The second time (in Michael Jackson's Moonwalker), the movie still sucked. But, both times, the movie involved legendary musicians. Whether it was The Beatles, The Bee Gees or The King Of Pop, the song was used. (I know this has absolutely NOTHING to do with the song, but it's interesting trivia.)"

  • "One Way Out" by The Allman Brothers Band from Almost Famous

  • "You're The Only One I See" by Andy Thompson & Sandy Singers from Into the Fire ( 1987 )
    A beautiful song heard in the background as two of the main characters from the film snuggle on the porch.

  • "chain of fools" by Aretha Franklin from Michael
    Well.... it's the most wonderful song that i ever hear, i like the way that John Travolta(hi there man!!)Danced. Tankyou!!"

  • "Bright Eyes" by Art Garfunkel from Watership Down
    This is song is about about a rabbit who brings about death. It features in the scene where Fiver a rabbit blessed with Second Sight realises his brother, Hazel is not dead. This song manged to stay in the charts for six weeks! p.s. I think that you should really included more Watership Down in your movies coloum."

  • "Rain Drops keep falling on my head" by BJ Thomas from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid
    Paul Newman takes Ali Magraw on the new invention of a bike while Robert Redford remains sleeping.

  • "Memories" by Barbara Striesand from The Way We Were
    You can't leave out Streisand and Redford.

  • "Evergreen" by Barbra Streisand from A Star Is Born
    The romantic ballad that Streisand co-wrote with Paul Williams, that got her a second Academy Award. There's a different version in the movie where she sings it with Kris Kristoferson, and her voice was as close to a pure tone as one can get."

  • "Ready To Take A Chance Again " by Barry Manilow from Foul Play

  • "Let It Be" by The Beatles from Let It Be
    The Beatles swan song from the film of the same name

  • "You Should Be Dancin'" by The Bee Gee's from Saturday Night Fever
    I didn't think much of him on the Welcome Back Kotter show, but when I saw him emerge as that sexy Italian disco dance king I had a crush on John Travolta that has lasted still to this day."

  • "Staying Alive" by Bee Gees from Saturday Night Fever
    Definitley one of the most popular movie songs from the 70s that I know of. whenever I hear the mention of that movie I immediately associate it with this song.

  • "Jive talking" by The Bee Gees from Saturday night fever
    the song tells about how men treat women.

  • "Melody Fair and First of May" by Bee Gees from Melody
    Cool stuff for a budding teen like me in 1973..Far Out!!

  • "How Deep Is Your Love" by Bee Gees from Saturday Night Fever

  • "The Rose" by Bette Midler from The Rose
    A beautiful song, that was so well written and sung by Bette Midler, I still cry when I hear it sometimes."

  • "Gonna Fly Now" by Bill Conti from Rocky
    This is one of the best songs from movies ive ever heard. Everytime I hear it, it gets me so pumped up!! I love Rocky too."

  • "Heart of Glass" by Blondie from Endless Love
    When the male character (Martin Hewitt) is spying outside the Brooke Shields character home (before he burn it), this song is playing during a party. "

  • "Don't Fear the Reaper" by Blue Oyster Cult from Halloween
    This song is playing in the car as Laurie (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Annie (Nancy Loomis) were driving along and smoking weed near the beginning of the film.

  • "The Goodbye Girl" by Bread from The Goodbye Girl
    You list the artist who performed "The Goodbye Girl" from "The Goodbye Girl" as Bread. This is incorrect. David Gates recorded this as a solo artist long after Bread broke up."

  • "Goodbye Girl" by Bread from Goodbye Girl

  • "I will always be with you" by Burton Cummings from Voices
    This is the song that played at the end of the movie about a deaf school teacher who loved to dance and her boyfriend encouraged her to go on with her dancing. Great movie. Michael Ontkean starred in this movie.

  • "Nobody Does it Better" by Carly Simon from The Spy Who Loved Me
    Great song from another bad James Bond movie in 1977

  • "For All We Know" by Carpenters from Lovers & Other Strangers
    Although the Carpenters version is not in the movie, the song For All We Know was recorded by the Carpenters after the movie and in 1970-1971 For All We Know won Best Song at the Oscars."

  • "Bless The Beasts & The Children" by Carpenters from Bless The Beasts & The Children
    Beautiful song from a not too remembered movie.

  • "Jesus Christ Superstar" by Cast from Jesus Christ Superstar
    You've left out one of the greatest musicals of all time! Jesus Christ Superstar was released in 1973, and basically every song was a classic. "Jesus Christ Superstar" and "I Don't Know How to Love Him" were the hits. Other unforgettable songs include "This Jesus Must Die," "Poor Jerusalem," "Blood Money," and "King Herod's Song." "

  • "One Tin Soldier" by Coven from Billy Jack
    Never, never turn your back on Billy Jack when he takes off his boots."

  • "Freddie's Dead" by Curtis Mayfield (solo) from Superfly
    Freddie's Dead, Theme tune to the 1972 'Superfly', the complete soundtrack to Superfly, also intitled superfly, was written and preformed by Curtis Mayfield."

  • "All of My Life" by David Gates from Goodbye Girl
    Lyrics go- Something's telling me it might be you Yes, it's telling me it might be you All of My Life"

  • "You Light Up My Life" by Debbie Boone from You Light Up My Life
    The prettiest song, the worst movie with Didi Conn, but this song was a classic from 1977."

  • "Do you know? (Love theme from Mahogany)" by Diana Ross from Mahogany
    Do you know where you're going to? Do you like the things that life is showing you? Where are you going to? Do you know? Diana Ross delivers a beautiful ballad; it makes you feel like floating!

  • "Don't Know" by Don't know from Carrie
    It was the song that was played at the prom that Carrie and her date were dancing to.

  • "Don't Know" by Don't know from Carrie
    It was the song that was played at the prom that Carrie and her date were dancing to.

  • "Last Dance" by Donna Summer from Thanks God It's Friday
    While the movie itself wasn't the greatest, the song "Last Dance" went on to win the Academy Award for Best Song"

  • "Last Dance" by Donna Summer from Thank God Its Friday
    An Academy Award winning song, written by Paul Jabara, that embodies the disco era."

  • "Xanadu" by ELO & Olivia Newton John from Xanadu
    The first movie I watched in cinema - without parents!!

  • "Hello and Goodbye" by Elmer Bernstein from From Noon Till three
    I am trying to find the sheet music. It is out of print. It is a beautiful lullaby waltz. The last verse and chorus was sung by Jill Ireland who played the female lead opposite her husband, Charles Bronson."

  • "Michelle's Song" by Elton John from Friends
    It was 1972 and I first saw the movie and I did like the soundtrack, I think it was a great collection."

  • "Amoreena" by Elton John from Dog Day Afternoon
    What a great tune to open a great 70's flick!

  • "Tiny Dancer & Bennit and the Jets" by Elton John from Aloah Bobby & Rose
    Actually, I am looking to find and buy the movie let me know if anyone can help

  • "Bennie And The Jets" by Elton John from Aloha, Bobby and Rose"

  • "Friends" by Elton John from Friends

  • "Where Do I Begin" by Francia Lai from Love Story
    Its a really pretty song, it doens't have any words, though."

  • "Grease" by Frankie Valli from Grease
    Title song from the movie of the same name! Loved the film. Instantly brings to mind that great opening sequence.

  • "Fixin' a Hole" by George Burns from Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band
    Perhaps the only Beatles song that was covered by an octogenerian comedian/movie star.

  • "Mediterranian (maybe)" by Gerhard Heinz from The Fruit is Ripe
    Does anybody know where to find a song by Gerhard Heinz that is the main theme in the movie "The Fruit is Ripe"? According to some info, the name of the song is "Mediterranian"."

  • "Rhinestone Cowboy" by Glen Campbell from ???
    This was the theme song from a movie that was on TV in 1976. I am looking for the name of the movie for a friend who is wanting to get this movie for her father for Christmas as it was the las movie he and his brother watched together before the brother was killed in a car accident when they were kids. This would really mean alot to her father to have a copy of the movie. I don't know if the movie was just on TV or in the theaters also. Can you help us???

  • "Everybody's Talking" by Harry Nillson from Midnight Cowboy
    Though the movie was released in '69, the song became an early 70's hit."

  • "Moment to Moment" by Henry Mancini from Moment to Moment
    I forgot if the movie had the same title as the theme song. I am looking for the lyrics.Mancini played song goes "From moment to moment, every moment that I live, I live for every moment with you.""

  • "Pink Panther Theme" by Henry Mancini's Orchestra from The Return of the Pink Panther
    Although the Pink Panther Theme was first released with the 1963 film, 'The Pink Panther,' it remained popular through the years between the first two Pink Panther movies and the sequels, The Return of the Pink Panther(1974), The Pink Panther Strikes Again(1976), The Revenge of The Pink Panther(1978). Peter Sellers' death put a halt to any new Pink Panther films but some of his outtakes from the previous work found their way into The Trail of The Pink Panther(1982). The theme music can still be heard if you catch a Pink Panther cartoon on a Saturday morning."

  • "Shake It" by Ian Matthews from Little Darlings
    "Shake It" is by Ian Matthews and was featured in the film "Little Darlings". Matthews is best known otherwise for recording Joni Mitchell's "Woodstock", also recorded by her and CSNY. Matthews version (recorded by his band Matthews Southern Comfort in 1970) was the only version of the song to be a Top 40 hit.

  • "Theme from Shaft" by Isaac Hayes from Shaft
    You can't hear this song & not think of Richard Roundtree walking through N.Y. City streets.An Academy Award winning blend of Jazz & pure Funk !

  • "SHAFT" by Isaac Hayes from SHAFT
    When the Film starts , the Music begins as the Film shows Richard Roundtree,as John Shaft,making His way through the streets of NYC.In an instant the tone of the Film is set!The music,winner of the Oscar that year,combined with Roundtree's strutting through sidewalks & in the middle of busy traffic tells You instantly this is a Man who does things HIS way,He answers to no one & He's the baddest Mother..shut Your mouth in Town.The entire score should be studied in Film classes to show how the music in a Film should enhance it,move it along,convey what's happening on screen and also help tell the story.Also the song,Soulsville, tells as much through the melody & lyrics as the screen's images are showing You.The soundtrack CD gets quite a workout on My player."

  • "Shaft" by Issac Hayes from Shaft

  • "It's Got to Be The Morning After" by Jennifer Warren from The Poseidon Adventure
    It plays when they find the opening and the sunlight shines thru, a very pretty song, I am not to sure of the words though?"

  • "Eastbound and Down" by Jerry Reed from Smokey and The Bandit
    Just a great song.When Smokey and the Bandit are driving on the highway you hear "East bound and down, loaded up and truckin. We're gonna do what they say can't be done...it fits perfectly in this movie."

  • "Bandit" by Jerry Reed from Smokey and the Bandit
    I just love this song. Its played when Frog and Bandit get out to strech and end of kissing.

  • "Sky High" by Jigsaw from The Man From Hong Kong
    A top hit from 1975! Featured as the theme song to the movie, it is played over the opening credits whilst showing a beautiful hang gliding sequence over Hong Kong Harbour."

  • "hello and goodbye" by Jill Ireland from from noon till three
    its a love and sad song at the same time

  • "In the City" by Joe Walsh from The Warriors
    This 1978 Movie about gangs of New York City is a 70's classic. Joe's theme song " In the City is played at the end fittingly when the Warriors return home to Coney Island

  • "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes" by John De Bello from Attack of The Killer Tomatoes
    Played at the beginning of the movie.

  • "Sunshine on my Shoulder" by John Denver from Sunshine
    Was about a man and woman falling in love and the woman was going to have a baby already by another man and after she had her baby she later died and the man raised the child as his own and the child's name was Jill,later there was a Christmas movie made called Sunshine Christmas,and also there was a tv series called Sunshine based on the same people.I would love to find these movies,Also there was a book called Sunshine.All this was from the 1970's."

  • "Sunshine on My Shoulder" by John Denver from Sunshine
    I would like to find the movie that had the song "Sunshine on My Shoulder" by John Denver as it's theme. "

  • "The Dream is Over" by John Lennon from God

  • "Sandy" by John Travolta from Grease
    My favorite song in the movie. Why anyone would leave such a hunk stranded at the drive in is beyond me though.

  • "Greased Lightning" by John Travolta from Grease
    This car could be a major piece of machinery.

  • "You're The One That I Want" by John Travolta & Olivia Newton John from Grease

  • "sommer lovin" by John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John from grease
    very good. I have to sing it.

  • "Summer Nights" by John Travolta/Olivia Newton-John and Cast from Grease

  • "Star Wars theme song" by John Williams from Star Wars
    powerful, makes me wish i was a jedi. brings pictures of carrie fisher naked into my head."

  • ""Open Arms"" by Journey from Last American Virgin
    In a previous posting, someone listed John Cusak as the actor, but it wasn't him. It was a guy named Lawrence Monoson (or Larry Monoson). He's been in a lot of other movies/TV series since he made this movie.

  • "Open Arms" by Journey from Last American Virgin
    Open Arms by Journey was from the movie "The Last American Virgin." John Cusack was not in it but it was a great movie. It is now on DVD."

  • "Justice" by Kim Milford from Ciao! Manhattan
    Excellent song written, composed and sung by Kim Milford, who played Rocky in the LA and NYC stage versions of Rocky Horror. Too bad they never made a soundtrack album for this movie."

  • "Summer Madness" by Kool & The Gang from Rocky I
    This is the instrumental piece in Rocky I. I think it's in the scene when he's sitting on the bed in Act I thinking about what's coming. It's from their album "Light of Worlds" released in 1974."

  • "Rock And Roll" by Led Zeppelin from Led Zeppelin: The Song Remains The Same
    All Bowed Volin Guitars On "Dazed And Confuised" and "Whole Lotta Love" Was From Both Songs."

  • ""Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring"" by Linda Ronstadt from "Maybe I'll Come Home in the Spring"
    "Maybe I'll Come Home In The Spring" was written by: Roger Atkins and Helen Miller. There was also another song in this movie sung by Linda Ronstadt called "Different Day" and the info on this song is: Music by Earl Robinson; Lyrics by Bruce Feldman. Always try looking a movie up at the IMDb site (www.imdb.com), sometimes they have soundtrack or song information as well as movie information. I hope this helps the person looking for more information.

  • "The Man With The Golden Gun" by Lulu from The Man With The Golden Gun
    Great addition to the list of Bond themes

  • "free bird " by Lynrd Skynrd from gone with the wind

  • "Morning After" by Maureen McGovern from Poseidon Adventure
    Maureen McGovern sings the soundtrack song It's got to be the Morning After for the Poseidon Adventure 1973.

  • "The Morning After" by Maureen McGovern from The Poseidon Adventure
    You've listed "The Morning After" as being sung by Jennifer Warren. WRONG! It's Maureen McGovern"

  • "Morning After" by Maureen McGovern from The Poseidon Adventure
    The song is actually titled Morning After, and was originally sung by Maureen McGovern, who actually sings in on the film "The Poseidon Adventure". There was a party scene of some sort at the start of the cruise (the movie is about this cruise ship that sinks ala-Titanic), and everyone was just celebrating, and the song just sort of floats on and the camera focuses on the singer for a few seconds and that was it."

  • "The Morning After" by Maureen McGovern? from The Poseiden Adventure
    The song the girl sings to her brother who is in the band.

  • "Hot Patootie (bless my soul)" by Meatloaf from The Rocky Horror Picture Show

  • "Ben's Song" by Michael Jackson from Ben
    So sweet!!! I love this song!!!

  • "Burning Bridges" by Mike Curb Congregation from Kelly's Heroes
    The band is missing from the entry above. Here it is if still interested.

  • "burning bridges" by The Mike Curb Congregation from kellys hero's

  • "Burning Bridges" by Mike Curb Congregation from Kelly's Heroes
    Just wanted to let you know the Mike Curb Congregation did this song.

  • "Jaws theme" by N/A from Jaws
    Not sure who produced it but come on is there anyone who doesn't know the Jaws theme!? Although able to instill mind numbing fear in the movie, this theme has been parodied in countless cartoons and other movies even to this day."

  • "Sweet Caroline" by Neil Diamond from Beautiful Girls
    Uma thurman, Rosie O'donnell, Mira Sorvino and a young Natalir Portman play opposite Michael Rappaport, Chris Penn and Timothy Hutton in this funny and poignant drama."

  • "Hopelessly Devoted to you" by Olivia Newton John from Grease
    Great to listen to when you care more about somebody than you want to.

  • "Look at Me I'm Sandra Dee" by Olivia Newton-John from Grease
    I love this song. It's an awesome movie, too!"

  • "Live And Let Die" by Paul McCartney & Wings from Live & Let Die
    1973 James Bond movie with Roger Moore. Really cheesy but great song.

  • "boy " by Paul Williams from Boy in the Plastic Bubble
    It's playing towards the end of the movie, when he leaves his bubble for the first time. I think it was sung by Paul Williams. Thank you"

  • "We are the champions and we will rock you" by Queen from A Knight's Tale

  • "Bohemian Rhapsody" by Queen from Wayne's World
    When they are driving away in the "merth mobile", Wayne say's "How about a little Bohemian Rhapsody?" and put's a Queen tape in the tape deck. As they are driving they are singing to it imitating it exactly. When Queen sings "let me go,let me go" and then they pick up phil he starts singing too."

  • "BEAST OF BUDEN" by THE ROLLING STONES from CHRISTINE
    THIS SONG MY DAD GOT STONED TO

  • "Rock n' Roll High School" by The Ramones from Rock n' Roll High School

  • "Science Fiction / Double Feature" by Richard O'Brien from The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Who could ever forget these lips?

  • "Time Warp" by Richard O'Brien and Cast from The Rocky Horror Picture Show
    It's just a jump to the left.....

  • "Are You Ready for the Summer" by Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots from Meatballs
    The music was done by Elmer Bernstein but performed by Rick Dees and His Cast of Idiots. It was sung by the North Star Kids Chorus.

  • "Look At Me I'm Sandra Dee" by Riz from Grease
    this song is so cool, and totally easy to sing along to. its the not the most publicised, but definitely the best song in the whole movie"

  • "Out of Time" by Rolling Stones from Coming Home
    1978 movie opens with song. Bruce Dern's character is jogging through a military base while the song plays during the opening credits. The Song stays in your head long after the movie's over.

  • "Car Wash" by Rose Royce from Car Wash
    A 1976 movie about a car wash, where everybody would be dancing while washing cars..."

  • "I wanna get next to you" by Rose Royce from Car wash

  • "Come Saturday Morning" by The Sandpipers from The Sterile Cuckoo
    You have this song already. It was from The Sterile Cuckoo, by The Sandpipers. Here's a link: http://www.ntl.matrix.com.br/pfilho/html/lyrics/c/come_saturday_morning.txt"

  • "Come Saturday Morning" by The Sandpipers from The Sterile Cuckoo
    Come Saturday Morning The Sandpipers Words by Dory Previn and Music by Fred Carlin Peak chart position # 17 in 1970 Featured on the soundtrack of the film "The Sterile Cuckoo" starring Liza Minnelli

  • "Come Saturday Morning" by The Sandpipers from The Srerile Cuckoo
    "great song, reminds me of my childhood."

  • "Come Saturday Morning" by The Sandpipers from The Sterile Cuckoo
    Here's another one that wasn't identified.

  • "Come Saturday Morning" by The Sandpipers from "The Sterile Cuckoo"
    There is no good version of this song currently available on the internet for free or for purchase. I have a MIDI track I downloaded for free long ago from some forgotten website. It is just OK, in that it does not include any of the lush strings on the original recording, nor does it include the important key change near the end of the song.

  • "Jaws Theme" by Scored by John Williams from Jaws
    John Williams did a number of movies--The GodFather, Harry Potter, Star Wars, E.T....check him out--there are some 70s movies right in there! P.S. "It's So Hard To Say Goodbye (to yesterday)" was done by Boyz to Men

  • "Love Conquers All" by Seals and Croft from One On One
    One of the many songs from the movie. Songs written by Paul Williams.

  • "Rock Around The Clock" by The Sex Pistols with Eddie Tudorpole from The Great Rock'n'Roll Swindle
    One of the most bizarre scenes in a truly bizarre film. Tudorpole (of the band Tenpole Tudor, later an actor in such films as "Les Miserables" with Liam Neeson!) playing an usher at a moviehouse just starts singing this tune in his own special style (sounds like he's got baseballs in his cheeks) and jumping all over the place. "

  • "Animal House" by Stephen Bishop from Animal House
    The song played during the End Credits. Stephen Bishop also played the "Charming Guy" with the Guitar. I also like the opening theme by Elmer Bernstein, as well as Shama Lama Ding Dong which was lip-synched by Otis Day and the Knights. "

  • "It Might Be You" by Stephen Bishop from Tootsie
    On your page, it is listed incorrectly as: All of My Life" by David Gates from Goodbye Girl Lyrics go- Something's telling me it might be you Yes, it's telling me it might be you All of My Life

  • "Born To Be Wild" by Steppenwolf from do not remember...
    YEAH!

  • "Ballroom Blitz" by Sweet from Rocky Horror Picture Show(?)
    I'm pretty sure this song was in the movie, but I don't remember where..(haven't seen it in many years)Song's main hook is: "The man in the back said everyone attack and it tured into a ballroom blitz,and the girl in the corner said boy, I gotta warn ya, it'll turn into a ballroom blitz, ballroom blitz, ballroom blitz".....

  • "Sweet Transvestite" by Tim Curry from Rocky Horror Picture Show
    Seriously, who can forget this one? Tim in those fishnets, platforms, corset and garters? =P"

  • "Various disco" by Various from 'The Stud'
    Looking for names/list of all disco music played in the movie 'The Stud'. Can you help please?

  • "Moment By Moment" by Yvonne Elliman from Moment By Moment
    ─ávery romantic movie with Lily Tomlin and John Travolta about this older woman falling for a younger man...1976 or 1977 I think...

  • "black widow?" by barbara streisand from A star is born
    it's the song she sings at the beginning of the movie in the bar. smart lyrics and only Barbara could sing it.

  • "don't fear the reaper" by blue oyster cult from stephen king's 'the stand'
    i always wanted to start a list of the most memorable songs at the very beginning of GREAT movies (during the credits). i haven't reviewed your whole list, and don't even watch that many movies, but do you have any you could help me out with? i have 2 additional ones, other than whats listed above: "the number of the beast" by Billy Corgan (from the Smashing Pumpkins) from the movie "Spun". also, Johnny cash singing "when the man comes around" during the opening credits of the remake of "dawn of the dead." anyhow, i hope to hear back from you. thanks. Steve"

  • "you light up my life" by didi conn from you light up my life
    the first version was by didi conn...then debbie boone came out with it and blocked her out......trying to find the version by didi......

  • "theme from sanford and son" by don't know from sanford and son
    just instrumental

  • "If You're Every Going to Love Me" by don't know from the pink panther
    vignette song for private dance during the movie at the chalet

  • "dont know" by dont know from it was a parody of jaws
    they were interviewing the shark and he would answer them with popular songs from the 70s like they said something and he sang wouldnt you give your hand to a friend i know its weird but it was famous back then and i dont know if it was just a ny thing or not

  • "friends" by elton john from friends
    about a 14 year old french girl orphan and 15 yr old rich boy who ran from home, that lived by the beach and had a baby till the police eventually caught up with him."

  • "fallin angels" by girl singer from soldier blue
    lovely song she sings about drugs and her brother and boyfriend

  • "Sunshine On my shoulders" by j denver from sunshine
    Hello Did you chase up the movie Sunshine with John Denvers song - I noticed you were after it? I also am chasing this up did you have any luck? Thanks Johanne

  • "I't s got to be a morning after" by jennifer warren from the poseidon adventure
    i want the midi please

  • "you kept me waiting" by jim mclaine and the stray cats(David Essex,and co" from stardust

  • "sunshine on my shoulders" by john denver from ???
    something about cancer in early 70's beautiful movie

  • "open sesame" by kool & the gang from saturday night fever
    its one favorite song from the movie saturday night fever, i the fan number one of john travolta and this movie its my life!!! In the beggining I liked disco so music for the Bee Gee's song NIGHT FEVER. I also love l kool and the gang !"

  • "love me like a rock" by The ojays (paul simon) from The Fighting Temptations
    she love me like a rock she love me love me love me

  • "if ever isee you again" by roberta flack ? from if ever i see you again
    A movie possible directed by robert brooks some songs also by roberta flack, came out in mid 70's. also a song its over.

  • "come saturday morning" by the sandpipers from the sterile cuckoo
    1969 movie starring liza minnelli.

  • "the sting" by scott joplin from the sting
    americana...turned a generation of rockers on to early jazz.

  • "Jesus Christ Superstar" by sound track from the movie from Jesus Christ Superstar
    My mom was really into God and I grew up listening to this soundtrack from the movie/play. I recently bought the DVD and am amazed at how good it still is.

  • "johnnie" by teresa kelly from billy jack
    it is sung by a little girl and it is aobut her brother going off to war and getting killed

  • "It's so hard to say goodbye" by unknown from Coolie High Theme
    Someone posted that you wanted the lyrics to this song from the movie; "Coolie High". I have most of the lyrics and the rest are coming back swiftly. I need to do this song Saturday for a funeral. I came here hoping that you had the missing ones. Perhaps I have the ones you need" ITS SO HARD TO SAY GOODBYE (1) How do I say goodbye to what we had.. And the good times that made us glad, now make me sad. I'd thought we'd live to see forever, but forever has thrown us away..It's so hard to say goodbye to yesterday. (2)I don't know, just where this road is going to lead to, All I know is what we had, and what we've been through, I thought we'd live to see tomorrow, but tomorrow is forever and a day-- it's so hard to say goodbye to Yesterday.(back to line 2) (bridge) But I'll take with me these memories, to be my sunshine, after the rain, It's so hard, to say goodbye to yesterday. PS. Ok,This is what I remember for all the lyrics, Hope it helps you.

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