Movies references in music, part 3

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Part 3 is here! It’s been a while!

I love movie references in songs. I’ve done two other posts about this, and they were really popular, so I thought I’d do a third one. Hope you guys like it, and do check out the songs!

 

The Damned Don’t Cry by Visage – An awesome New Wave song named after the 1950 movie of the same name. I love Visage.

Robert DeNiro’s Waiting by Bananarama – I love this song. Wonderful melody. Bananarama were adorable!

Spellbound by Siouxsie and the Banshees – So cool. Named after the Hitchcock movie.

E=MC2 by Big Audio Dynamite – A great tribute to Nicolas Roeg’s movies.

Where do you go to my lovely? by Peter Sarstedt – ‘You talk like Marlene Dietrich’ RIP Peter Sarstedt.

Robert Mitchum by Julian Cope – An absolutely adorable tribute, a lot like Judy Garland’s tribute to Clark Gable

Rock on by Davis Essex – ‘Jimmy Dean…. James Dean’. Such a sexy song! David Essex was amazing!

If you want to check out the other lists, click here and here.

Have a great week, guys! ❤

 

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