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"My Heart Will Go On" is recognized as the main song in the romance of all time, "Titanic" (1997). The music was composed by James Horner to the lyrics written by Will Jennings, and the performance was entrusted to Celine Dion. The song featured in Titanic’s soundtrack and Dion’s album "Let's talk about love" released in 1997. The song has been recognized around the world as the most beautiful ballad about love. Moreover, it became Dion's biggest hit and one of the world’s best-selling singles in 1998. Originally James Horner composed the instrumental theme of the song and put him in several scenes of the movie. He decided that a great idea would be to write a song for the film, which was met with strong objection from the director, James Cameron. Despite the difficulties Horner asked Will Jennings to write lyrics. Initially, even Celine Dion reluctantly spoke about the project which was proposed to her, but eventually the song was recorded. After playing the completed song, Cameron agreed to include it in the soundtrack to the film. There is a legend that some survivors from the shipwreck of Costa Concordia (which was compared to the Titanic disaster) maintain that the song was played in the restaurant when the Italian cruise ship collided with the rock; This collision resulted in partial sinking of the ship on January 13, 2012. "My Heart Will Go On" is the biggest hit of Celine Dion and one of the best-selling singles in history - more than 15 million copies worldwide. In addition, the song was for ten weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 Airplay and two weeks at number two on the Hot 100 Singles Sales. As a testimony to its popularity on radio, the song gathered117 million listeners in February 1998.

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