The best film theme songs of all time


The best film theme songs of all time

(PART 1)

As far as we know, music plays an important role in our lives. It makes our lives happier, better and more meaningful. One of beneficial feature of music is catalysts for films. Via music, directors are easy to share emotion or thought to viewer.

In 1927s, the first songs started warbling on movie as a great way to make a good film. Then there were many songs to be specifically composed for movies. Some tunes became legend and forever all time because it was directly linked to film. The film was still famous, the song was also famous. They were wonderfully synced with the drama. So here is the top the best film theme songs of all time as recommendation to watch movies.

Blue Moon (In film “Manhattan Melodrama, 1934”)

This song became a classic love song all time. Because they brought various emotion for listener, from being happy for a beautiful love, then sorrow and disappointed when love was broken up. Besides it, it has a little hope and expectation for the future.

Almost famous singers like Elvis Presley, Mel Tormé, Dean Martin and Ella Fitzgerald have ever tried to sing this song as professional artworks.

Cheek To Cheek (In film “Top Hat, 1935”)

This was a romantic song about love of Astaire. It lighted up a memorable scene when he declares about his love with people. This moment seemed romantic and happy.

Some jazz singers have ever covered successfully this song, including Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong.

Somewhere Over The Rainbow (In film “The Wizard Of Oz, 1939”)

It won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in many times for the best film song. This song boosted performer’s interpretation and improvisation up to the top of emotion. So almost viewer would remind this song when they referred to The Wizard of Oz.