The 18 Best Original Songs From Animated Movies

Billboard.com put together a list of the 18 best songs from animated movies.  The entries span from 1981 to the present . . . and the only constraint was that the movie couldn’t be considered a MUSICAL.

Here are their selections, in no particular order.

1.  Imagine Dragons“Zero”, from “Ralph Breaks the Internet”

2.  Post Malone and Swae Lee“Sunflower”, from “Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse”

3.  Pharrell“Happy”, from “Despicable Me 2”

4.  Justin Timberlake“Can’t Stop the Feeling”, from “Trolls”

5.  Randy Newman“You’ve Got a Friend in Me”, from “Toy Story”

6.  Tegan and Sara“Everything is Awesome”, from “The LEGO Movie”

7.  Counting Crows“Accidentally in Love”, from “Shrek 2”

8.  Billy Crystal and John Goodman“If I Didn’t Have You”, from “Monsters, Inc.”

9.  Sia“Rainbow”, from “My Little Pony: The Movie”

10.  Sheryl Crow“Real Gone”, from “Cars”

11.  Fifth Harmony“Can You See”, from “The Star”

12.  Birdy and Mumford & Sons“Learn Me Right”, from “Brave”

13.  The Shins“They’ll Soon Discover”, from “The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie”

14.  Grace Potter“Something That I Want”, from “Tangled”

15.  Skrillex“Bug Hunt – Noisia Remix”, from “Wreck-It Ralph”

16.  Landon Pigg and Lucy Schwartz“Darling I Do”, from “Shrek Forever After”

17.  Camille“Le Festin”, from “Ratatouille”

18.  Don Felder“Heavy Metal (Takin’ A Ride)”, from “Heavy Metal”

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