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Movies and music go hand in hand. And if you’re anything like us, you can listen to a clip from a song and instantly associate it with the movie or scene it reminds you of. Put your soundtrack knowledge to the test with these 14 classic songs paired with 14 classic movies.

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Songs and Movie Associations First Wives Club
Paramount Pictures

1. ‘You Don't Own Me’ by Lesley Gore: ‘The First Wives Club’

Bette Midler, Goldie Hawn and Diane Keaton’s rendition of this original girl power anthem is everything.

‘You Don't Own Me’ by Lesley Gore

Songs and Movie Associations Breakfast Club
Universal Pictures

2. ‘Don't You (Forget About Me)’ by Simple Minds: ‘The Breakfast Club’

In the cruel pecking order that is high school, everyone is equal in detention.

‘Don't You (Forget About Me)’ by Simple Minds

Songs and Movie Associations Titanic
Paramount Pictures

3. ‘My Heart Will Go On’ by Celine Dion: ‘Titanic’

Where would we be without the “I’ll never let go” dialogue-dubbed version?

‘My Heart Will Go On’ by Celine Dion

Songs and Movie Associations Me Best Friend s Wedding
TriStar Pictures

4. ‘I Say a Little Prayer’ by Dionne Warwick: ‘My Best Friend’s Wedding’

No better way to convince a room full of people that you’re engaged to your gay bestie than by recounting your love story through song.

‘I Say a Little Prayer’ by Dionne Warwick

Songs and Movie Associations Top Gun
Paramount Pictures

5. ‘Take My Breath Away' by Berlin: ‘Top Gun’

Peak Tom Cruise and it won an Academy Award for Best Original Song in 1986. Honorable mention goes to Kenny Loggins’s "Danger Zone" and the glistening display of testosterone that is the Maverick and Goose versus Iceman and Slider volleyball game scene.

‘Take My Breath Away' by Berlin

Songs and Movie Associations Dirty Dancing
Vestron Pictures

6. ‘(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life’ by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes: ‘Dirty Dancing’

Nobody puts Baby in a corner.

‘(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life’ by Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes

Songs and Movie Associations Armageddon
Buena Vista Pictures

7. ‘Don't Want to Miss a Thing’ by Aerosmith: ‘Armageddon’

The one film that single-handedly takes credit for the categorization of animal crackers as both children's and “adult” snack food.

‘Don't Want to Miss a Thing’ by Aerosmith

Songs and Movie Associations Toy Story
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8. ‘You've Got a Friend in Me’ by Randy Newman: ‘Toy Story’

A heartwarming ballad that jump-started the love story of Woody, Little Bo Peep and her many sheep.

‘You've Got a Friend in Me’ by Randy Newman

Songs and Movie Associations Rocky III

9. ‘Eye of the Tiger’ by Survivor: ‘Rocky III’

The only theme song that gets us through the arduous daily task of washing, blow-drying, styling and putting on makeup.

‘Eye of the Tiger’ by Survivor

Songs and Movie Associations Mannequin
Twentieth Century Fox

10. ‘Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now’ by Starship: ‘Mannequin’

Long before Kim Cattrall was Samantha, she was Andrew McCarthy’s fantasy woman. Though, James Corden and Victoria Beckham’s Mannequin interpretation is a must-see.

‘Nothing's Gonna to Stop Us Now’ by Starship

Songs and Movie Associations Dangerous Minds
Buena Vista Pictures

11. ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ by Coolio: ‘Dangerous Minds’

Thank you, 1995, for this gem.

‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ by Coolio

Songs and Movie Associations Flashdance
Paramount Pictures

12. ‘Flashdance...What a Feeling’ by Irene Cara: ‘Flashdance’

Pull. The. Chord.

‘Flashdance...What a Feeling’ by Irene Cara

Songs and Movie Associations The Bodyguard
Warner Bros.

13. ‘I Will Always Love You’ by Whitney Houston: ‘The Bodyguard’

Frank Farmer, Rachel Marron and Whitney Houston’s epic vocals. *Lips quiver*

‘I Will Always Love You’ by Whitney Houston

Songs and Movie Associations saturday Night Fever
Paramount Pictures

14. ‘Stayin’ Alive' by Bee Gees: ‘Saturday Night Fever’

When John Travolta and his gyrating hips arrived.

‘Stayin’ Alive' by Bee Gees

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