|Song by Rita Ora|
|from the album Beyond the Lights (soundtrack)|
|Released||11 November 2014|
"Grateful" is a song performed by British singer Rita Ora, taken from the Beyond the Lights soundtrack. It was written by Diane Warren.
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|2015||87th Academy Awards||Best Original Song||Nominated|
|15th Black Reel Awards||Best Original or Adapted Song|
(music and lyrics by Diane Warren)
|15th World Soundtrack Awards||Best Original Song Written Directly for a Film||Nominated|
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