The other day, the Morning Crew got to talking about our favorite song's that came from movies. It didn't necessarily need to be a hit song, or a hit movie, just a song that made us smile when we heard it.

The following is a list of our favorite song's from movies, in no particular order. We settled on 11 because, all apologies to Spinal Tap, this one goes to 11. Jeri had 5, Seth had 5 and we agreed completely (for different reasons) on 1. Following is that list, in no particular order.

  • Sara Evans/Leighton Meester - A Little Bit Stronger

    The list starts with the one we were in complete agreement on. Jeri loves the song, which was featured in Country Strong and Seth....

    and well Seth just loves Sara Evans.

    In the movie, the song is sung by Leighton Meester, but we've included the Sara Evans version, because, well, its Sara Evans.

  • Faith Hill - Where Are you Christmas?

    This song and video have been featured on KLAW a lot over the last month, mostly because it is one of Jeri's favorite Christmas songs and the movie 'How The Grinch Stole Christmas' starring Jim Carey ended on a perfect note with the ice princess Faith Hill singing the tune sung by Cindy Lou Who in the movie, 'Where Are You Christmas?'

    Makes you smile doesn't it?

  • Tim McGraw - Southern Voice

    What's a movie with Tim McGraw without a Tim McGraw song? 'The Blind Side' made it 127 minutes without having its co-star revert to his day job...roll the credits!!!

  • Garth Brooks/Trisha Yearwood - To Make You Feel My Love

    How many times can you have the same song sung by two awesome country artists in one movie?  Now add the fact that they are now husband and wife!  Well, I can only think of one time in the movie 'Hope Floats.' The video is from the movie where Sandra Bullock is dancing with Harry Connick Jr. because we all know that Garth doesn't put his videos up on Youtube!

  • Trisha Yearwood/LeAnn Rimes - How Do I Live?

    The only song to ever be twice nominated for the Song Of The Year Grammy by two seperate artists in the same year, it was the saving grace of a bad Nicholas Cage movie (and that's saying a lot!!!).

    The song was originally recorded for the soundtrack by LeAnn Rimes, but the movies producers felt it needed a more "adult" feeling to it, so Trisha Yearwood was brought into re-record the version that made it onto the movie soundtrack. Both versions are masterpieces.

  • Dolly Parton/Whitney Houston - I Will Always Love You

    Written by songstress Dolly Parton, who has recorded this song a couple of times herself, 'I Will Always Love You' was actually featured in two movies, once with Dolly Parton singing in 'The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas' and our feature from Whitney Houston from 'The Body Guard'.

    Interesting note, the original plan for the finale of the movie was 'What's to Become of the Brokenhearted', but Kevin Costner, (the bodyguard) brought the Linda Ronstadt's version of the song to Whitney, and the rest is history!

    Read more about this iconic song in music history.

  • Mark Chestnutt/Aerosmith - I Don't Want To Miss A Thing

    This quite easily could be Seth's favorite song of all time...either version. While Aerosmith provided a rocking version for the soundtrack of Armegeddon, Mark Chestnutt quickly covered it and did the song perfect justice by taking it to the top of the country chart in 1999.

  • B.J. Thomas - Raindrops Keep Falling On My Head

    I know that this one take us back to a simpler time.  Where 'Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid' had time to play and ride bikes in the movie of the same name. It was written by Hal David and Burt Bacharach and went on to win an Oscar for Best Original Song.

  • Willie Nelson - Always On My mind

    This song holds special meaning for Seth, as it was his father's favorite song, by his favorite artist not named Johnny Cash.

    The senior Highwayman rides again with "Always On My Mind" from the movie 'Honeysuckle Rose' (after all...what's a Willie Nelson movie, without a Willie Nelson song or two...or ten?).

  • Debby Boone -You Light up My Life

    The theme song from the movie 'You Light Up My Life' was originally sung by singer Kasey Cisyk, but was re-recorded for the soundtrack by Debby Boone, daughter of Pat Boone.

    The song won an Oscar and shared a Grammy with  Barbara Streisand's 'Evergreen', itself a soundtrack song, from 'A Star Is Born.'

  • Lindsay Haun - Broken

    And finally, what's a Toby Keith movie, without a song from...Lindsay Haun? Haun, generally known as an actress, portrayed Keith's daughter in the movie 'Broken Bridges.' Who knew she could sing?

    Well as "Broken" proved, apparently Toby Keith did.