Secondary and Scrapped James Bond Songs

Created by mk87 on 09 Mar 2018

This collection includes James Bond songs that appear in one of the films but are not considered the main (vocal) theme as well as songs that were written as James Bond theme songs but eventually not included in the film series.

You can find the collection of the James Bond main themes here: http://lyricstranslate.com/en/collection/james-bond-theme-songs-0

"Dr. No", 1962

This song is played at the beginning of the film at the end of the opening titles.

"Dr. No", 1962

This song is played in the bar where James Bond meets Felix Leiter.

"Dr. No", 1962

Honey Rider is singing this song when James Bond notices her for the first time.

"Thunderball", 1965

This was originally supposed to be the theme song for the film, but was later replaced by Tom Jones's "Thunderball". An instrumental version was still included on the soundtrack.

"Thunderball", 1965

Johnny Cash submitted this song to the production company, but it wasn't used in the film.

Song | English Nina

"On Her Majesty's Secret Service", 1969

This film was released around Christmas time so including this song made much sense. It can be heard during the Christmas market chase scene.

"On Her Majesty's Secret Service", 1969

This is an alternate recording of "Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown?" that can be heard in the German dubbed version of the film.

"On Her Majesty's Secret Service", 1969

This is an alternate recording of "Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown?" that can be heard in the French dubbed version of the film.

"The Man with the Golden Gun", 1974

This song was originally written for the film but eventually scrapped by the production company.

Song | English Rage

"For Your Eyes Only", 1981

This song can be heard during the scene in which James Bond gets caught by Hector Gonzalez.

"For Your Eyes Only", 1981

This song was originally written for the film but eventually scrapped by the production company.

"The Living Daylights", 1987

Henchman Necros is seen listening to the song through his earphones.

"The Living Daylights", 1987

This song is heard over the closing credits.

"License to Kill", 1989

This song can be heard in the film.

"License to Kill", 1989

This song is heard over the closing credits.

"Goldeneye", 1995

This song is heard over the closing credits.

Translations:  Russian

"Goldeneye", 1995

This song was originally supposed to be the theme song of the film (with he word "Goldeney" instead of "Juvenile") but eventually not used at all.

Translations:  Finnish

"Goldeneye", 1995

One of the more comedic moments in the film.

"Tomorrow Never Dies", 1997

This song is heard over the closing credits. It was originally intended to be the main theme.

"The World Is Not Enough", 1999

This song is heard over the end credits in the Japanese dubbed version of the film.

"The World Is Not Enough", 1999

This song was initially supposed to be heard over the closing credits but was scrapped. It is still included on the soundtrack album. Instrumental versions can be heard throughout the film.

"Die Another Day", 2002

This song can be heard while James Bond is on the plane to London. In the next scene, Gustav Graves makes his big entrance.

Translations:  French Greek Serbian
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