''Initially, this song didn't meet with Hollywood approval, as the film company wanted the song to have instrumentation in line with the film's era - lutes, mandolins, and the like. The film company relented, but still buried the song midway through the credits, apparently unaware of the huge hit they had on their hands.'' - Bryan Adams
''"Mutt (Robert "Mutt" Lange) is great to work with because he is committed to making sure the songs have the best of everything before they go out into the world. We've had three number one records together and many good times, a true friend." - Bryan Adams
''When I wrote this song, I was in a studio in Wllesden. We had the bit of the music from the film, we were just monkeying around, trying to make something happen, and it just happened. Litterally, the song wrote itself.'' - Bryan Adams
''THE STORY BEHIND THE SONG''
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