The American Film Institute continues its celebration of the first century of American filmmaking with AFI's 100 Years...100 Songs, honoring the greatest songs in American movies. The special, originally broadcast June 22, 2004 on CBS, sparked a national discussion of America's film history among movie lovers across the nation. The songs were chosen by a jury of 1500 leaders from the creative industry and were decided on the basis of the song, cultural impact, and legacy. Songs include: America ° As Time Goes By ° Born to Be Wild ° Diamonds Are a Girl's Best Friend ° Do-Re-Mi ° Footloose ° Hakuna Matata ° Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas ° Jailhouse Rock ° Moon River ° Mrs. Robinson ° My Favorite Things ° My Heart Will Go on (Love Theme from 'Titanic') ° New York, New York ° Over the Rainbow ° The Rainbow Connection ° The Rose ° Theme from Shaft ° Shall We Dance? ° Singin' in the Rain ° Somewhere ° Springtime for Hitler ° Summer Nights ° The Way We Were ° When You Wish upon a Star ° White Christmas ° The Wind Beneath My Wings ° and more. 460 pages!