"Don't You (Forget About Me)", Favorite Songs from Movies, Songs Beginning with G
Movies in the eighties had some of the best soundtracks, and the most memorable and popular songs at the time seem to have sometimes outshone the movies themselves. As I get time I'll add more songs to this list, feel free to send me your additions to the list. If you want, try and list which scene during the movie the song appears during. Oh, and the whole "Valley Girl" soundtrack get's an honorable mention since it's packed full of great eighties songs. I also rank and review other eighties soundtracks on my Soundtracks of the Eighties Page in case you are interested.

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"Gambler" by Madonna used in the movie Vision Quest
Madonna sings this song in a nightclub sequence in the movie. Great 80s Madonna track. It's a shame it wasn't released as a single.
"Get To Know Ya" by Jesse Johnson used in the movie Pretty In Pink
"Ghostbusters" by Ray Parker Jr. used in the movie Ghostbusters
Ghostbusters is one of the best movies ever, and the song with it makes a perfect match!
"Gimme The Prize" by Queen used in the movie Highlander
Amazing rock song by the legendary Queen. Song is heard when Kurgan is cruising along in his car at the start of the movie.
"The Girl Gets Around" by Sammy Hagar used in the movie Footloose
"Girls Got Something Boys Ain't Got" by Midnight Star used in the movie Just One Of The Guys
Played while the beginning credits of the movie roll and Terri gets ready for school.
"girls just wanna have fun" by cyndie lauper used in the movie girls just wanna have fun
a one to watch time and time again, starring a very young sarah-jessica parker
"Girls Just Wanna Have Fun" by Cyndi Lauper used in the movie White Chicks
im lovin it
"Give Me Your Love" by Alfie used in the movie Last Dragon
It's in the Last Dragon Motown movie in 1985. It's heard in the movie - it's a cool song, and I can't find it.
"Gloria" by Laura Branigan used in the movie Flashdance
"Gloria" by Laura Brannigan used in the movie Flashdance
I love this song, but it wasn´t in the soundtrack. I think it's very 80s.
"Gloria" by Van Morrison used in the movie The Outsiders
"Glory Of Love" by Peter Cetera used in the movie Karate Kid 2
A great love song
"The Glory Of Love" by Peter Cetera used in the movie Karate Kid II
This song and Tamlyn Tomita - do you need any other reasons to see this movie? :)
"Glory of Love" by Peter Cetera used in the movie Karate Kid II
One of my boyfriend's and my favorite movies and song!
"Glory Of Love" by Peter Cetera used in the movie Karate Kid II
It's the best 80s movie song ever!!!
"Go" by Tones On Tail used in the movie Grosse Point Blank
I know the movie was made in the 90's, but it is about a 1986 high school graduation. Also, the song is from the 80's.
"Good Enough" by Van Halen used in the movie Spaceballs
In the diner.
"Good Enough" by Cyndi Lauper used in the movie The Goonies
It's playing on MTV in the background when the older brother is working out, and the kids decide to break out of the house, with the treasure map.
"The Good Guys And The Bad Guys" by John Durrill used in the movie Any Which Way You Can
"Good Thing" by Fine Young Cannibals used in the movie Tin Men
"Goodbye for now" by unknown female singer used in the movie Reds
Somehow I cannot find the vocal version of the "Love Theme from Reds" anywhere.
"Goodbye Horses" by Q Lazurus used in the movie Silence of the Lambs
Buffalo Bob's song during his "transformation"
"Goodbye Horses" by Q Lazzarus used in the movie Married To The Mob
"Goodbye To You " by Scandal used in the movie Joey
Scandal also appeared in this movie when the teens hit a local teen-hangout eatery.
"Goonies (Are Good Enough)" by Cyndi Lauper used in the movie Goonies
When the kids are home by themselves and they tie Brand up and start the journey to look for the treasure.
"Goonies R Good Enough" by Cyndi Lauper used in the movie The Goonies
"Got To Believe in Magic" by David Pomeranz used in the movie Zapped!
Very pretty song, plays during the closing credits
"Gotcha" by Thereza Bazar used in the movie Gotcha!
"Groovy Kind of Love" by Phil Collins used in the movie Buster
Collins played the title role in the movie.
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