Which song reminds you of a book or movie?

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Re: Which song reminds you of a book or movie?

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Radiohead's "High and Dry" reminds me of 50/50. Great song, awesome movie.
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The soundtrack from marilyn manson i forgot the title but it reminds me of john wick movie
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Love me like you do by Ellie Goulding and All of me by John Legend. It always remind me of Fifty Shades of Grey.
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Not so much a song or movie but I can't listen to Lacuna Coil without thinking about the Claymore manga.
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I will always love you by Whitney Houston reminds of a movie called true love
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Be Alright by Dean Lewis reminds me of Selection by Kiera Cass. It was playing on a loop in my mind when I was re-reading Selection.
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the theme song itself from the movie, titanic by Celine dion..I like it, its nostalgic
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Every time I hear the song It Must Have Been Love by Roxette, I am reminded of Pretty Woman.
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Every time I hear Unsteady by X Ambassadors I'm cursed to relive all of the sadness of Me Before You. I literally cannot separate one from the other and it's so frustrating because I hate crying in public and that's exact;y what this song keeps asking me to do.
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Mrs. Robinson by Simon and Garfunkel always reminds me of The Graduate.
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'My heart will go on' reminds me of Titanic.
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Post by xjulirenae »

I was listening to music in homeroom a few weeks ago, and I had heard this song (Dark Version of "Can't Help Falling in Love") multiple times. However, I had recently read Caraval by Stephanie Garber and this song fitted scarily perfect. I wanted to make a book trailer but I don't have the tools or skills, but it's cool to dream. My other friend and I who had also read it was freaking out, it fit so well.
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Post by Fae Liesl Enchantee »

A song in Taylor Swift's album Folklore called Betty. It reminds me of Bad Decisions Playlist. The song is a point of view of a guy who cheated and wants to make it up the girl he cheated on. The book also have that subplot and I feel like Betty would fit in the book's playlist.
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The River Flows in You by Yiruma always reminds me about the book and the movie Twilight Saga. I dramatically loved that story, my whole teenage years was drown into it. I remember saving up my allowance just to get the bestseller book from Twilight Saga. Now, it is on my book collections and is waiting for my daughter to reach the right age, so that she can also experience the joy of reading it.
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See you again by Charlie puth reminds me of first furious starring Vin Diesel.
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