Well, I called "Over the Rainbow" as #1 before the show started. And I picked the top three about half-way through. But no "Trouble" or "Til there was you" from "The Music Man"? That's a travesty, with a capital "T"!No kidding. How could they stiff the second best musical ever (after Singing in the Rain)? Certainly, too, something from My Fair Lady might squeak into the top 100 -- maybe in place of Christopher Cross execrable "Arthur's Theme"? "On the Street Where You Live," "I Could Have Danced All Night," and the the dynamite "The Rain in Spain" all belong above anything from Chicago.
Moreover, how about "Can't Buy Me Love" from A Hard Day's Night? How about "Viva Las Vegas" from the similarly titled Viva Las Vegas? How about, as a favor to this fool for Dusty Springfield, "Son of a Preacher Man" from Pulp Fiction? "Rock Around the Clock," from Blackboard Jungle, caused freaking riots.
I suppose lyrics are required for these "songs," but what about the "Pineapple Rag" from The Sting? I'd call that a song. How about "A Man of Constant Sorrow" and "O Death," from O Brother, Where Art Thou?
More: I can't really stand 90% of Tom Cruise's ouevre, but his idiotic cue dance to "Werewolves of London" in The Color of Money really nails his character's flaws quite nicely. When the gruff, seen-it-all Paul Newman walks in and rolls his eyes upon seeing Cruise showing off -- priceless shot.