U2 & Mccartney Up For Golden Globes Best Song

U2 and PAUL MCCARTNEY will battle for a Best Original Song Golden Globe for their film tunes in January (10).
U2's Winter from drama Brothers was nominated for the top prize along with MCCartney's tune from Everybody's Fine, I Want to Come Home.
Also up for the Best Song honour are Cinema Italiano from Nine, I Will See You from Avatar and T Bone Burnett's The Weary Kind from Crazy Heart.


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