The songs played over the opening credits of James Bond movies over the last five-plus decades have been done by some of the most recognizable musicians on the planet.
In some cases, these tracks have been so popular that they extend past the movie and end up as chart-topping hits that win Grammys and Oscars.
But they can't all be hits. And like the more forgettable Bond flicks, there are title songs from the movies that you never want to listen to again.
Here we've ranked all the theme songs from the Bond canon from worst to best. (Sorry, Sam Smith.)
24. "Spectre" - Sam Smith ("Writing's On The Wall")
23. "Tomorrow Never Dies" - Sheryl Crow
22. "Thunderball" - Tom Jones
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