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    Friday Drivetime - Your Ultimate Driving Songs with your Favourite Films

    DrivetimeWe all have films we loved when we were growing up, and a good film, will usually have a great soundtrack behind it. This week on Friday Drivetime we are going to look at those songs from some great films. There are thousands of great films out there with brilliant soundtracks behind them, but this week I am going to look at my personal top ten, the films that I loved when I was growing up some films came out when I wasn't even born!My Top Ten Film Songs Growing Up:
    1. James Bond (1962): James Bond Theme - Monty Norman
    2. Back to the Future (1985): Back in Time - Huey Lewis
    3. Weird Science (1985): Weird Science - Oingo Boingo
    4. Flashdance (1983): What a feeling - Irene Cara
    5. Pulp Fiction (1994): Pumpkin and Honey Bunny - Dick Dale and His Tel Tones
    6. Top Gun (1986): Danger Zone - Kenny Loggins
    7. Rocky (1976): Gonna Fly Now - Bill Conti
    8. Star Wars (1977): Star Wars Theme - John Williams
    9. The Matrix (1999): Wake Up - Rage Against the Machine
    10. My Fair Lady (1964): Wouldn't it be Loverly - Marni Nixon
    I often listen to these in my car and they put a smile on my face. I also have a few others that I like, but they didn't make my top ten just by a smidgen, including the Superman (1978): The Theme Song, Toy Story (1995): You've Got a Friend in Me, Reservoir Dogs (1992): Stuck in the Middle, Jailhouse Rock (1957): Jailhouse Rock and Gone in Sixty Seconds (2000): Painted on my Heart. What are your favourite film songs? Have a lovely weekend!

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