If you're of a certain age, then you probably remember the 80's Country Revival. The music, the hats, the belt buckles were all back in style, and since the movies were never an art form that failed to capitalize on a trend, and in 1980, John Travolta strapped on some spurs for Urban Cowboy, and the subject of of today's Scenes Songs We Love is Boz Scaggs' contribution to the flick's highly successful soundtrack, Look What You've Done to Me.
The 1980 romantic drama was directed by James Bridges with a script by Irving Azoff and Robert Evans'. The story centered on the tumultuous love affair of a modern day cowboy and girl played by Travolta (as the hot-headed Bud) with Debra Winger as Sissy. The film also starred Scott Glenn as Sissy's abusive rebound guy, and there were appearances by country greats like Bonnie Raitt, Charlie Daniels, and Mickey Gilley. The film even manages to work in a few social points about the hard life of an oil rig worker in between all of the fussin' and a-feuding -- hell, there's even a mechanical bull tournament.