As anyone who knows me can tell you, I'm not the most romantically inclined person in the world. But I recently attended the wedding of two of my closest friends, and as I watched the bride walk the aisle, I couldn't help but think about the songs that can make my heart skip a beat ... or even make me believe in things like love everlasting. Now, being the movie geek I am, my mind tends to always wander to the big screen, and I realized that probably one of the only songs that can make my inner girl melt is Clanaad's I Will Find You from Michael Mann'sThe Last of The Mohicans. Mann's loose 1992 adaptation of James Fenimore Cooper's novel has gone down in history as one of the most romantic films of all time, which might come as a shock to some fans of Mann's trademark manly style. But it is a well-earned reputation, because there are very few films in the world that can make me swoon, but the story of two lovers caught in the French Indian wars is not only a solid action film and period piece, it is a downright swoon-fest.

The track was written by the Grammy Award-winning Irish musical group especially for the film, and was performed in Mohican and Cherokee. The song was used as the background to the montage of Hawkeye (played by Daniel Day-Lewis) tracking his lost English love Cora (played by Madeleine Stowe), and by the time we've reached the chorus with promises of "no matter you go I will find you, if it takes a thousand years." I'm lost in a fantasy of buckskin -- but I should get a hold of myself, because this song is about love, not lust. So that's why if I ever do take that big marital plunge and I need the perfect romantic song, this tune will definitely make the short list.

After the jump; proof of the only romantic bone in my body...