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Sparks wrote the manuscripts for A Walk to Remember, his third novel, in the summer of 1999. He wrote it in North Carolina, which is the setting of the novel.[1] Like his first published novel The Notebook, the prologue to A Walk to Remember was written last.[2] The title A Walk to Remember was taken from one of the tail end pages of the novel: "In every way, a walk to remember."[3][4] The novel is written in first-person, and its narrator is a seventeen-year-old boy, living in the 1950s.[1]

Landon and Jamie are married in a church full of people. Although she is weak and in a wheelchair, she insists on walking down the aisle so that her father could give her away, which was always a part of her lifelong dream.[51] Landon remembers thinking "It was...the most difficult walk anyone ever had to make. In every way, a walk to remember".[52] When they reach the front of the church, Hegbert proclaims, "I can no more give Jamie away than I can give away my heart. But what I can do is let another share in the joy that she has always given me".[53] Hegbert has had to experience so much pain in his life, first losing his wife, now knowing his only child will soon be gone, too. The book ends with Landon 40 years later at age 57. He still loves Jamie and wears his wedding ring.[54] He finishes the story by saying, "I now believe, by the way, that miracles can happen."

As all dedicated film and TV buffs know, IMDB is a priceless resource when it comes to tracking down those key details about a movie or episode. The database can tell you all the locations where a production was filmed, who guest starred in any given episode, and of course, which songs were featured.

I'll always remember youCarry your dreamsUntil they come trueEach breath that I takeEach moment awayI'll always remember youEverywhere I walk, I see your shadowAnd when I close my eyes, I see your faceEvery song I sing, I hear your melodyBecause not a moment that goes byAnd you're not on my mindYou will always be my heroNever scared, braver than us allGuiding light for me to followAlways showing me the wayRight beside me everydayI'll always remember youCarry your dreams Until they come trueEach breath that I takeEach moment awayI'll always remember youOh oh yeah, I rememberHey yes yes, I rememberOh, for the sacrifice you madeAnd all the gifts you gaveI'll always remember youCarry your dreamsUntil they come trueEach breath that I takeEach moment awayI'll always remember you you youI'll always remember youI'll carry your dreamsUntil they come trueEach breath that I takeEach moment awayI'll always rememberAlways rememberI'll always remember you

With a long, grand history spanning more than a century, Stacker compiled the 100 greatest movie songs using data from the American Film Industry's 100 Years Project. The survey, which occurred in 2004 (hence no recent tunes like "Let It Go" from "Frozen"), asked a selection of jurors from across the movie industry to evaluate music and lyrics "featured in an American film that set a tone or mood, define character, advance plot and/or express the film's themes in a manner that elevates the moving image art form." The cultural impact and legacy involving the song were also important criteria in the selection process.

As the film industry became more mainstream and commercialized, the use of popular songs and music generally increased. Now, soundtracks and scores are an integral part of the moviegoing experience. Sometimes, filmmakers and producers are hoping to capture a zeitgeist by tying a film's release to a popular hit. Older songs might be chosen to invoke a certain period of time.

Some filmmakers view the curated soundtrack as important as the film itself; for example, writer-director Quentin Tarantino often incorporates favorite songs from his vast music collection into scenes in his movies. Other examples include James Gunn's "Guardians of the Galaxy," which had an "Awesome Mix Vol. 1" that carried important meaning for the main


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