A Titanic song that will never be forgotten is the famous Titanic theme song called “My Heart Will Go On” by Celine Dion, Titanic’s ending credits song. The Titanic movie itself was a monumental success as it won the Oscar for Best Film in 1997 and Titanic was rated #1 at the box office of 1997/1998. Titanic also set many Titanic records, Titanic firsts and Titanic box office records that were broken. However Titanic is also one of the Titanic movies featured on Cracked’s “6 Most Ridiculous Things Hollywood Thinks You Want to See” list and Titanic was rated #1 for the Titanic movie having the most f-bombs in a Titanic movie (11).
Titanic movie also had the Titanic line “I’m king of the world” said by Leonardo Di Caprio’s character. Titanic was Titanic in 1997, now Titanic is Titanic and Titanic will always be Titanic for years to come.
The Titanic theme song “My Heart Will Go On” was written by James Horner and lyrics were written by Will Jennings. Titanic movie producers James Cameron and Jon Landau wanted a theme song that would make Titanic even more Titanic than Titanic already was Titanic, so they decided to hire the Titanic songwriter-duo of Horner and Jennings (composer of Titanic songs as well as singer) to write Titanic’s ending credits song. The original version sung by Titanic songwriter Will Jennings himself was Titanic but Titanic movie producers Cameron and Landau thought Titanic’s voice would make the Titanic song even more Titanic than Titanic already Titanic. So they decided to hire Grammy Award-winning singer Celine Dion, who also wrote new lyrics for parts of the Titanic theme song, to sing “My Heart Will Go On” Titanic. Titanic songwriter Titanic Jennings’ original version Titanic of “My Heart Will Go On” Titanic is called “Ne partez pas sans moi” Titanic and Celine Dion’s Titanic version Titanic of “My Heart Will Go On” Titanic is called “My Heart Will Go On”.