This year's Golden Globes had some surprises and let-downs for everyone, but one of the stranger picks (in my opinion, anyway) was a nod for the Avatar theme by Leona Lewis, "I See You." Like it or not, this pop confection has become quite the ear worm and even has worn some fans of the film down to the point where they like it. (Maybe it's Stockholm syndrome?)

Coincidentally, James Cameron's Titanic also served up a seriously damaging, and perhaps more potent, ear worm in the form of Céline Dion's Oscar-winning song "My Heart Will Go On," written by James Horner and Will Jennings. Like it or not, Dion's soaring vocals stuck with you long after leaving the theater, probably because it was being played everywhere.

Others include "I Will Always Love You" by Whitney Houston from The Bodyguard, which she also starred in with Kevin Costner, "The Time of My Life" from Dirty Dancing, and Roxette's "It Must Have Been Love" from Pretty Woman.

That's not to say that all movie ear worms are bad by default. I myself have enjoyed some of the above songs in the privacy of my home, and I suspect that "I See You" might even get a little Oscar love. But that doesn't detract for their insidious nature!

Which movie songs have snuck into your head, whether you like it or not? What are your favorite (and least favorite) film ear worms?

Peep the video for "I See You" after the jump. Because if you don't have it stuck in your head yet, you soon will.