Top Ten: Oscar winners for original song in a film

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Kai’s Top 5

  1. Over the Rainbow in “Wizard of OZ”  1940 winners  Harold Arlen (music) E.Y. Harburg (lyrics) sung by Judy Garland 2
  2. Remember me in “Coco“ songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez
  3. It’s hard out here for a Pimp in “Hustle and flow” 2006 Three 6 Mafia
  4. Moon River in Breakfast at Tiffany’s written by Henry Mancini and Johnny Merce sung by Audrey Hepburn
  5. What a feeling in “Flash dance” Original Song Giorgio Moroder (music) Keith Forsey (lyrics) Irene Cara (lyrics)

Paul’s Top 5

  1. Lose Yourself in “8mile” by Eminem
  2. The Weary Kind From “Crazy Heart “by Ryan Bingham 
  3. Street of Philadelphia in “Philadelphia” by Bruce Springsteen
  4. Can you feel the love tonight in “The Lion King” by Elton John
  5. Take My Breath Away in “Top Gun” by Berlin
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