From The Baltimore Sun:
A 1977 song is a good fit for the opening credits of the ‘Juno’ soundtrack
Barry Louis Polisar and his family settled into their seats at a Bethesda, Md., theater as the lights dimmed and the stream of previews gave way to the munching of popcorn, just before the movie’s opening number.
“You should tell them you wrote the song,” said his wife, Roni. “Maybe they’ll give us free tickets.”
“Shhhh!” said the couple’s 20-something twins, Evan and Sierra, perhaps recognizing their father’s urge to be incognito.
He worried about how his 1977 song, “All I Want Is You,” would be featured in the then-newly released “Juno” — and whether more than 30 years as a children’s author and entertainer would be tarnished by a momentary mocking of his work on the big screen.
As it turns out, that “Juno” spot has garnered Polisar more mainstream attention than any previous milestone, which included playing at the White House and hosting a nationally syndicated children’s show.
More on Polisar here.
And here's that other song from "Juno" -- Anyone Else But You, by the Moldy Peaches.