It’s one of the most iconic songs to ever grace a movie soundtrack, winning an Oscar, a Golden Globe and three Grammys.
But Celine Dion’s My Heart Will Go On, the sound of the most loved movie of the ‘90s, Titanic, was nearly not included.
We’ve all belted our hearts out – ironically or otherwise – to Dion’s swoony power ballad. It’s a metaphor for the relationship between Jack (Leonardo Di Caprio) and Rose (Kate Winslet) and basically love itself.
Well, maybe not, but how could the movie be as heart wrenching without it?
I cry every time I watch Titanic. Never fails. I blame Celine Dion.
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