Fall Movie Soundtrack Favorites

This autumn, I have been busy watching a lot of movies – some that are old favorites, some that were completely new to me. I have made a playlist of the catchy tunes from these films that stood out to me.

It’s pretty great when movies use music to emphasize emotions or plot points.  Soft and calm songs that melt into the background can be appropriate in certain situations and scenes, as well. This playlist contains movies that are autumn-oriented, and they are perfect for the last couple of days of the season before the transition into winter.

You can expect a holiday movie soundtrack playlist in December, as I will be undoubtedly be watching lots of movies next month, too. Enjoy!

A Dash of Cinema’s Fall Movie Soundtrack Favorites:

1. Signed Sealed Delivered I’m Yours – Stevie Wonder {You’ve Got Mail}
2. Don’t Get Around Much Anymore – Harry Connick Jr. {When Harry Met Sally}
3. Dream – Roy Orbison {You’ve Got Mail}
4. It Had to be You – Isham Jones {Annie Hall}
5. Somebody’s Baby – Andru Donalds {Good Will Hunting}
6. Ain’t No Sunshine – Bill Withers {Notting Hill}
7. When You Say Nothing At All – Ronan Keating {Notting Hill}
8. Only Time – Enya {Sweet November}
9. Continental Trailways Blues – Steve Earl {Planes, Trains, and Automobiles}
10. The Puppy Song – Harry Nilsson {You’ve Got Mail}

What movie soundtracks are you listening to this fall?



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