"Everything I Do"
In 1991, Adams was approached by the producers of the upcoming Kevin Costner film, Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves, and asked to work on a theme song. He was provided a melody written by the composer of the movie's score, Michael Kamen. With this, he and Lange fashioned "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You," which he also recorded and which played under the closing credits of the film when it opened on June 14, 1991. Meanwhile, although he was still putting the finishing touches on his album, he had committed to begin a concert tour in support of it, and on June 8, 1991, he had gone back on the road in Europe co-headlining with ZZ Top. Released as a single, "(Everything I Do) I Do It for You" became a massive hit. It topped the U.S. charts for seven weeks, the longest any song had remained at number one for eight years, and it went triple platinum. Its international success was even greater; it spent 16 weeks at number one in the U.K., making it the longest-running chart-topper of the rock era there. Total worldwide sales came to eight million copies, more than any single since "We Are the World." ~ [William Ruhlmann, All Music Guide, read more here]
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