Diane Warren

Diane Warren

Birth Date September 7, 1956
Birth Place Van Nuys, California, USA
Experience Has written over 80 songs that have appeared in the Top 10 charts, and over 70 songs that have appeared in motion pictures
Instruments Piano
Star Wars: The Clone Wars

Star Trek SONGS

Enterprise

The theme song used in the opening credits of Enterprise was originally written by Diane Warren and used in the Robin Williams film Patch Adams. This version was titled "Faith of the Heart" and was sung by Rod Stewart.

For Enterprise, British vocalist Russell Watson was brought in to re-record "Faith of the Heart," which has been retitled as "Where My Heart Will Take Me" for its use with the Enterprise series. An extended version of "Where My Heart Will Take Me" appears on Watson's second album, Encore. Both the extended and original versions of "Where My Heart Will Take Me" appear on the Enterprise soundtrack album. A slightly revised version of the theme was created for Enterprise's third season.

Film Songs

2000s

Title Song Year Soundtrack
America's Sweethearts Some Hearts 2001  
Legally Blonde Don't Need You To (Tell Me I'm Pretty) 2001  
Atlantis: The Lost Empire   2001  
Pearl Harbor There You'll Be 2001  
Moulin Rouge!   2001  
Driven   2001  
Coyote Ugly   2000  
Gone in Sixty Seconds Painted On My Heart 2000  
Down to You It All Comes Down To You 2000  

1990s

Title Song Year Soundtrack
Music of the Heart title song 1999  
Notting Hill From the Heart 1999  
Prince of Egypt, The I Will Get There 1998  
Armageddon I Don't Want to Miss a Thing 1998  
Patch Adams Faith of the Heart 1998  
Speed 2: Cruise Control Make Tonight Beautiful 1997  
Con Air How Do I Live 1997  
Space Jam For You I Will 1996  
The Associate   1996  
Up Close & Personal   1996  
Free Willy 2: The Adventure Home   1995  
While You Were Sleeping   1995  
Specialist, The Real 1994  
Evening Star Ghost Town 1993  
Mannequin 2: On the Move   1991  
Ghost Dad Strong As Steel 1990  

1980s

Title Song Year Soundtrack
An Innocent Man When The Night Comes 1989  
Licence to Kill If You Asked Me To 1989  
Sing   1989  
Tequila Sunrise Give A Little Love 1988  
Vice Versa Set The Night To Music 1988  
Mannequin Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now 1987  
Youngblood Stand In The Fire 1986  
The Golden Child A Deeper Love 1986  
Last Dragon, The Rhythm of the Night 1985  
Ghostbusters Hot Night 1984  

Awards

Title Year Award Category
Enterprise 2002 ASCAP Award Top TV Series, shared with Paul Baillargeon, David Bell, Jay Chattaway and Dennis McCarthy
"Music of My Heart" from Music of the Heart 2001 ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs for Motion Pictures
  2001 Hollywood Discovery Award Outstanding Achievement in Songwriting
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" from Armageddon 1999 ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
"I Don't Want to Miss a Thing" from Armageddon 1999 Golden Satellite Award Best Original Song in a Motion Picture
"For You I Will" from Space Jam and "How Do I Live" from Con Air 1998 ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
"Because You Loved Me" from Up Close and Personal 4 1997 ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures
"Because You Loved Me" from Up Close and Personal 4 1997 Grammy Award Best Song Written Specifically for a Motion Picture or for Television
"Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now" from Mannequin 1988 ASCAP Award Most Performed Songs from Motion Pictures, shared with Albert Hammond

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