I do like it. But I think number two (Carly Simon's "Nobody Does It Better") or number three (Shirley Bassey's "Goldfinger") could have been first place.
Of ones outside the top three, "Another Way To Die" with Jack White and Alicia Keys would make my top five. I'd pick Rita Coolidge's "All Time High" (from Octopussy) because it's a good song but really different from other Bond songs. Lulu's "The Man With The Golden Gun" and Sheeha Easton's "For Your Eyes Only" are also worth noting. And 1997's "Golden Eye" was Tina going raw on a vintage Bond-type theme.
I think women do a better job with the themes overall then men do. There's a certain sexiness required and Tom Jones can go there (and did with "Thunderball") but a lot of times what we get instead are little boys trying to do violence. They're bland but trying to point a toy gun.
They miss the sex element all together. You can include A-Ha in that category.
I think "Die Another Day" -- Madonna -- works solely because she taps into the sexuality.
All time worst Bond theme, however, is sung by a woman, in my opinion. The all time worst is Sheryl Crow's "Tomorrow Never Dies." Not since she took the angst out of "Sweet Child O' Mine" and turned it into a sing-along has she been so misguided.
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