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AFI's 100 Years, 100 Songs : America's Greatest Music In The Movies (2004)


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Published: Milwaukee, WI : Hal Leonard, c2004
Description:  1 score (454 p.) ; 31 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 9780634089084, 0634089080,
Language:  English

"Piano - Vocal - Guitar."

Over the rainbow -- As time goes by -- Singin' in the rain -- Moon river -- White Christmas -- Mrs. Robinson -- When you wish upon a star -- The way we were -- Stayin' alive -- The sound of music -- The man that got away -- Diamonds are a girl's best friend -- People -- My heart will go on (Love theme from 'Titanic') -- Cheek to cheek -- Evergreen -- I could have danced all night -- Cabaret -- Some day my prince will come -- Somewhere -- Jailhouse rock -- Everybody's talkin' -- Raindrops keep fallin' on my head -- Ol' man river -- High noon (Do not forsake me) -- The trolley song -- Unchained melody -- Some enchanted evening -- Born to be wild -- Stormy weather -- Theme from "New York, New York" -- I got rhythm -- Aquarius -- Let's call the whole thing off -- America -- Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious -- Swinging on a star -- Theme from Shaft -- Days of wine and roses -- Fight the power -- New York, New York -- Luck be a lady -- The way you look tonight -- The wind beneath my wings -- That's entertainment -- Don't rain on my parade -- Zip-a-dee-doo-dah -- Que sera, sera -- Make 'em laugh -- Rock around the clock -- Fame -- Summertime -- Goldfinger -- Shall we dance? -- Flashdance ... what a feeling -- Thank heaven for little girls -- The windmills of your mind -- Gonna fly now -- Tonight -- It had to be you -- Get happy -- Beauty and the beast -- Thanks for the memory -- My favorite things -- I will always love you -- Suicide is painless -- Nobody does it better -- Streets of Philadelphia -- On the good ship lollipop -- Summer nights -- Yankee doodle boy -- Good morning -- Isn't it romantic? -- The rainbow connection -- Up where we belong -- Have yourself a merry little Christmas -- The shadow of your smile -- Nine to five -- Arthur's theme (Best that you can do) -- Springtime for Hitler -- I'm easy -- Ding-dong! The witch is dead -- The rose -- Put the blame on mame -- Come what may -- Buttons and bows -- Do-re-mi -- Puttin' on the ritz -- Seems like old times -- Let the river run -- Long ago (and far away) -- Ain't too proud to beg -- The road to Morocco -- Footloose -- Forty second street -- And all that jazz -- Hakuna matata -- Old time rock & roll

(I've had) The time of my life --

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Additional Credits:
American Film Institute

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