Songs from Movies

Bette Midler

Bette Midler (December 1, 1945) is an American singer, actress, and comedian, also known to her fans and especially in gay culture, as The Divine Miss M. She was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, to Jewish parents from New Jersey, and raised there. Midler relocated to New York City to pursue acting on stage, and in 1970 she began singing at the Continental Baths, a gay bathhouse in the city, where she became close to her piano accompanist, Barry Manilow, who produced her first major album, The Divine Miss M in 1973. Read more on

Bette Midler has 85 songs that have been featured in movies like A Prayer for America: Yankee Stadium Memorial, Abandonada, Beaches and Bette Midler in Concert: Diva Las Vegas. What is your favorite song by Bette Midler?


Songs from Bette Midler

Wind Beneath My Wings
Under The Boardwalk
I've Still Got My Health
I Think It's Going To Rain Today
Otto Titsling
The Glory Of Love
Baby Mine
Oh Industry
The Story of Us
I Look Good
Miss Otis Regrets
Spring Can Really Hung You Up the Most
Bed of Roses
You Don't Own Me
The Rose
Burlesque Pretty Legs (& Great Big Knockers)
Burlesque Rose's Turn
Drinking Again
MacArthur Park
Call Me
Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy
Bridge Over Troubled Water
In the Navy
The Greatest Love of All
New York, New York
Ukelele Lady
From a Distance
Do Yoy Wanna Dance
To Comfort You
Stay with Me
Big Noise from Winnetka
Shiver Me Timbers
Fire Down Below
My Mother's Eyes
Chapel of Love
E Street Shuffle
Summer (The First Time)
Leader of the Pack
You Can't Always Get What You Want
I Shall Be Released
For All We Know
P.S. I Love You
In My Life
Stuff Like That There
I Put a Spell on You
No Jinx
Perfect Isn't Easy
My One True Friend
Do You Want To Dance
One More Cheer
Matchmaker, Matchmaker
Rose's Turn
Oh My My
I Sold My Heart to the Junkman
In the Mood
Hurry on Down
Around the World
Fiesta in Rio
South Seas Scene
A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes
Lullaby of Broadway
You're Moving Out Today
Delta Dawn
Long John Blues
Hello in There
Up the Ladder to the Roof
God Help the Outcasts
Mondo's Theme
Whose Side Are You On
Midnight in Memphis
When a Man Loves a Woman
Sold My Soul to Rock 'N' Roll
Keep On Rockin'
Love Me with A Feeling
Let Me Call You Sweetheart