H.E.R., D’Mile (Dernst Emile) and Tiara Thomas received an Oscar nomination for Best Original Song on Monday, the morning after they won a Grammy Award for Song of the Year. Adding to the degree of difficulty here, the accolades are for two different songs. Their Oscar nomination for “Fight For You”, is taken from the film Judas And The Black Messiah. Their Grammy win was for “I Can’t Breathe”, which became an anthem of the Black Lives Matter movement. This is the first time in 35 years that a songwriter or songwriting team has received an Oscar nod during the same awards season that they won a Grammy for Song of the Year for a different song. Lionel Richie was nominated for an Oscar on Feb. 5, 1986, for “Say You Say Me” from the film White Nights. Twenty days later, on Feb. 25, he won a Grammy for Song of the Year for “We Are The World.” He and Michael Jackson co-wrote that humanitarian anthem, which was one of the first socially conscious songs to win a Grammy in that top category. That feverish period was in many ways the pinnacle of Richie’s long career. He was 36 at the time. H.E.R. is much younger, just 23. Thomas is 31 and D’Mile, who wasn’t on hand to accept his Grammy, is 36. The same age Richie was when he hit the awards show jackpot. On one other occasion, a songwriter or songwriting team received an Oscar in the same awards season that they won a Grammy for Song of the Year for a different song. Henry Mancini and Johnny Mercer were nominated for an Oscar On Feb. 24, 1964, for writing the title song “Charade.” On May 12 of that year, they won a Grammy for Song of the Year for “Days Of Wine And Roses, which won an Oscar the previous year.