The perfect song choice can make a film scene absolutely unforgettable, and the perfect movie moment can change the way you hear a song forever.

Since none of us are members of the Academy, we’ll leave celebrating Original Songs and Scores written for movies to the Oscars. Check out our Spotify playlist of tunes from some of the most magical musical moments in cinema over at World Cafe on NPR Music – and come on back for your answer key below!

“This Is Not America” – David Bowie & Pat Metheny, from The Facoln and The Snowman
“Bohemian Rhapsody” – Queen, from Wayne’s World
“Lust For Life” – Iggy Pop, from Trainspotting
“You Should Be Dancing” – Bee Gees, from Saturday Night Fever
“Don’t You (Forget About Me)” – Simple Minds, from The Breakfast Club
“Tiny Dancer” – Elton John, from Almost Famous
“Just Like Honey” – Jesus & Mary Chain, from Lost In Translation
“New Slang” – The Shins, from Garden State
“Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down” – Nancy Sinatra, from Kill Bill Volume 1
“Louie Louie” – The Kingsmen, from Animal House
“The End” – The Doors, from Apocalypse Now
“Eye Of The Tiger” – Survivor, from Rocky III
“Johnny B. Goode” – Chuck Berry, from Back To The Future
“Fight The Power” – Public Enemy, from Do The Right Thing
“I Got You Babe” – Sonny & Cher, from Groundhog Day
“Layla” – Derek & The Dominos, from Goodfellas
“Girl, You’ll Be A Woman Now” – Urge Overkill, from Pulp Fiction
“Jessie’s Girl” – Rick Springfield, from Boogie Nights
“Sister Christian” – Night Ranger, from Boogie Nights
“Hip To Be Square” – Huey Lewis and the News, from American Psycho
“Still D.R.E.” – Dr. Dre, from Training Day
“Stuck In The Middle With You” – Stealers Wheel, from Reservoir Dogs
“Where Is My Mind” – Pixies, from Fight Club
“Tubular Bells” – Mike Oldfield, from The Exorcist
“Mad World” – Gary Jules, from Donnie Darko
“Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)” – Kenny Rogers and The First Edition – The Big Lebowski
“Born To Be Wild” – Steppenwolf, from Easy Rider
“Careless Whisper” – George Michael, from Deadpool
“Hello Stranger” – Barbara Lewis, from Moonlight
“Late For The Sky” – Jackson Browne, from Taxi Driver
“Please Mr. Postman” – The Marvelettes, from Mean Streets
“Everybody’s Talkin’” – Harry Nilsson, from Midnight Cowboy
“Don’t Be Shy” – Cat Stevens, from Harold and Maude
“The Sounds of Silence” – Simon & Garfunkel , from The Graduate
“As Time Goes By” – Dooley Wilson, from Casablanca
“I Wanna Be Loved By You” – Marilyn Monroe, from Some Like It Hot
“Puttin On The Ritz” – Young Frankenstein
“I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow” – The Soggy Bottom Boys, from O Brother, Where Art Thou?
“The Rain, The Park, & Other Things” – The Cowsills, from Dumb and Dumber
“Runnin’ On Empty” – Jackson Browne, from Forrest Gump
“These Days” – Nico, from The Royal Tenenbaums
“Unchained Melody” – The Righteous Brothers, from Ghost
“You Can’t Always Get What You Want” – The Rolling Stones, from The Big Chill
“My Sharona” – The Knack, from Reality Bites
“Perfect Day” – Lou Reed, from Trainspotting
“Didn’t I (Blow You Mind)” – The Delfonics, from Jackie Brown
“In Dreams” – Roy Orbison, from Blue Velvet
“Thus Spoke Zarathustra” – Richard Strauss, from 2001: A Space Odyssey
“Playground Love” by Air, from The Virgin Suicides
“Born Slippy” – Underworld, from Trainspotting
“That’s Amore” – Dean Martin, from Moonlighting
“Lose Yourself” – Eminem, from 8 Mile
“The Only Living Boy in New York” – Simon & Garfunkel, from Garden State
“Cat People (Putting Out Fires)” – David Bowie, from Inglorious Basterds
“Amoreena” – Elton John, from Dog Day Afternoon
“The Harder They Come” by Jimmy Cliff, from The Harder They Come
“Motion Picture Soundtrack” by Radiohead, from Romeo + Juliet
“Anyone Else But You” by Moldy Peaches, from Juno
“Expecting To Fly” by Buffalo Springfield, from Coming Home
“How It Ends” by Devotchka, from Little Miss Sunshine
“Brazil” by Geoff & Maria Muldaur, from Brazil
“Sisters Of Mercy” by Leonard Cohen, from McCabe & Mrs. Miller
“Making Time” by The Creation, from Rushmore
“Rebel Rebel” by Seu Jorge, from The Life Aquatic
“Heroes and Villains” by The Beach Boys, from The Fantastic Mr. Fox
“Seven And Seven Is” by Love, from Bottle Rocket
“Summer Noon” by Tweedy, from Boyhood
“Fox On The Run” by Slade, from Dazed And Confused
“Edge Of Seventeen” by Stevie Nicks, from School Of Rock