- "The Way We Were" from The Way We Were, composed by Marvin Hamlisch and Alan and Marilyn Bergman, recorded by Barbra Streisand -- Oscar winner, #90 on the chart.
- "Raindrops Keep Fallin' On My Head" from Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, composed by Burt Bacharach and Hal David, recorded by B.J. Thomas -- Oscar winner, #85.
- "Say You, Say Me" from White Nights, composed and recorded by Lionel Ritchie -- Oscar winner, #74.
- "Flashdance … What a Feeling" from Flashdance, composed by Giorgio Moroder, Irene Cara and Keith Forsey, recorded by Cara -- Oscar winner, #26.
- "Eye of the Tiger" from Rocky III, composed by Jim Peterik and Frankie Sullivan III, recorded by Survivor -- Oscar nominee, #21.
- "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" from Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, composed by Bryan Adams, Michael Kamen and Robert John Lange, recorded by Adams -- Oscar nominee, #16.
- "Endless Love" from Endless Love, composed by Lionel Ritchie, recorded by Diana Ross and Ritchie -- Oscar nominee, #13.
- "You Light Up My Life" from You Light Up My Life, composed by Joseph Brooks, recorded by Debby Boone -- Oscar winner, #7.
- "How Do I Live" from Con Air, composed by Diane Warren, recorded by LeAnn Rimes -- Oscar nominee, #4.
To continue to prove the ignominious tastes of the record buying public, the Billboard Top 10 Original TV Theme Songs lists the #1 TV tune as "How Do You Talk to an Angel" from the short-lived teen soap The Heights. That's right, the most successful TV theme song of the past fifty years is from a crappy Aaron Spelling show.