Lurking among the movie and television stars receiving
They're all up for the Golden Globe for best original song, a category that after years of cluelessness began to show signs of awareness in 2012 with nominations for Adele's lushly dramatic
Now, Pop & Hiss isn't in love with Coldplay's dreary
Oh, and speaking of ordinary, "Let It Go," from the animated Disney feature
But Swift's "Sweeter Than Fiction," from the Paul Potts biopic "One Chance," is an aptly titled synth-pop confection that the country star wrote with Jack Antonoff of the band Fun., while Timberlake's goof on '60s-era folk in "Please Mr. Kennedy" (from
Listen to the five nominees below, and find out which song wins the award when the Golden Globes are handed out Jan. 12.
Coldplay, "Atlas," from "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire"
Taylor Swift, "Sweeter Than Fiction," from "One Chance"
U2, "Ordinary Love," from "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom"