10. Song of the Year (1982): Bette Davis Eyes a Grammy Win
Somebody had the great idea in 1982 to have all the Song of the Year nominees play condensed versions of their songs at the ceremony. Check out Burt Bacharach and Christopher Cross singing "Arthur's Theme," Bill Withers, Ralph MacDonald and William Salter plaing "Just the Two of Us," Lionel Richie doing "Endless Love" and Jackie DeShannon and Donna Weiss attempting "Bette Davis Eyes." They wrote the song, but can't quite sing it like Kim Carnes. John Denver gave them the award anyway.