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You can't copyright a song name, so some movies use the fame a well known song title as their name. We're not looking for songs that are written for a movie, but were songs before the movie was made. For example, "Pretty in Pink" was a song years before John Hughes used it for the movie of the same name. "Ghostbusters" on the other hand, was written specifically for the movie.

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Entries Beginning with A

"Across The Universe," The Beatles
2007 musical using songs by The Beatles.
"Addicted To Love," Robert Palmer
Romantic comedy in '97- 12 yrs after Palmer hit
Matt S (Hoboken)
"Afternoon Delight," Starland Vocal Band
2013 film
"The Air (That) I Breathe," The Hollies
2008 crime drama
"Alice's Restaurant," Arlo Guthrie
1969 movie with Guthrie playing himself
"All Of Me," Louis Armstrong
1984 movie with Steve Martin
Kelly Black
"All That Jazz," Cast of 'Chicago'
1979 musical with Roy Scheider, dir. by Bob Fosse
"All The Pretty Little Horses," Rosemary Clooney
1989 drama
"All Too Well," Taylor Swift
2021 short film based on Swift's 2012 song
"Almost Summer," Mike Love & Celebration
Two movies: 1978 and 2016
Opie M.
"American Beauty," Grateful Dead
Oscar winning Best Picture
"American Pie," Don McLean
1999 teen sex comedy; inexplicably became a hit.
"American Psycho," The Misfits
2000 horror film with Christian Bale
Rocky Rhodes
"An Innocent Man," Billy Joel
1989 drama with Tom Selleck
"Animals," Maroon 5
2017 Austrian/Swiss/Polish mystery film
"Anna," John Martyn
1987 film with Sally Kirkland
"Are You Lonesome Tonight?," Elvis Presley
1992 TV movie with Jane Seymour
"Ariel," Dean Friedman
Finnish Film from 1988
Paul Warren
"The Arrangement," Joni Mitchell
Elia Kazan's 1969 film
"Atlantic City," Bruce Springsteen
Louis Malle's 1980 classic
"Awake," Godsmack
Brian Kelly

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