Bombay Jayashri loses Best Song Oscar to Adele on 'Skyfall'
Best Original Song has been won by only a handful of Brits down the years. In 1966 John Barry - the original James Bond composer - won with lyricist Don Black for the theme from non-007 film 'Born Free'.
Tim Rice and Elton John scored with Can You Feel the Love Tonight from 'The Lion King' in 1994.
Two years later Tim won again with Andrew Lloyd Webber for You Must Love Me from 'Evita'. Then in 1999 You'll Be in My Heart from 'Tarzan' won it for Phil Collins.
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