I loved him and always will. This is among the most inane pieces of drivel I've heard in my life. My mom and I had to deal with my sister going into foster care,and my mom said this song reminded her of her daughter. The song got a huge bump from its placing in Armageddon, which worldwide was the top-grossing film of 1998. The song however i immediately thought of the first day i got to wake up next to my guy and watch him sleep.
One that touched a lot of peoples hearts. I'd written with Aerosmith before, and they'd never done the songs we wrote. I bet it was somenthing really crap! My hat's off to him; and to sing to his wife… he's a class act! When she set out to write a song for Armageddon, she thought this was a good sentiment to express, since the film deals with the impending destruction of all on Earth. Whenever i hear it my eyes always tear up and i cry. She always talked of me always thought of me and when it came time for morp she didnt want to dance with me. It's beautiful and touching, but it's not the best one ever.
The song was great, people loved it, and I don't think people care that much who wrote it. Now that I find out it was originally a country song, that explains a lot. They sold out on this one! It most certainly is a sell-out I'm talking to you, Homer -- it panders to the lowest common denominator with its cheap pathos, and it's melodically dull and shallow. I loved him and I always will. Anyone even remember that song? It's just another Diane Warren drippy ballad.
They performed it in their style and made it theirs. Armageddon was not the top grossing movie of 1998, Saving Private Ryan was. Definitely one of the best love songs ever. That it alerted a whole new generation to the band has surely done them more good than harm? In the 80s, bands like Kiss and Aerosmith were even more derided than they were in the 70s, and you couldn't give a vintage minimoog away. But other than that, good song.
You cannot dany that fact. That's the best thing about the movie. This opened up a new genre for them. Hope they make another number 1 soon. Dude looks like a ladeh! Ever wonser what happened to mostother bands from the 70's? They probably refused to change with the times and are back playing in casinos and bars where they started and limping through lame reunion tours.
Aerosmith is a better band than this song. It's just another sign of how little taste there is in popular culture anymore. I won't be able to sleep. Plenty of other great love songs to choose from. What's so bad about it doing well commercially. The band was on the wane and facing the possibility of empty seats when they resumed their tour at the end of the summer, but this song revived their fortunes.
We were out on the road, so they brought us in to see the movie and said 'here's the song, this is where it fits into the movie, you can do it if you want. Every time i see the movie every time i hear the song, everytime i play guitar hero i think of the one girl. It was far less popular, with none of its singles cracking the Top 25. Actually, wasn't this song listed in the Guinness Book of World Records one year? They've done tons of songs I love. You cannot deny that fact. The suggestion for Aerosmith to prefrom it came when Liv Tyler signed on to the movie, Steven Tyler test vocaled the song and he loved it, so they signed on to it.
When I first heard it, the lyrics reminded me of a country song. Then, surprisingly, I heard Mark Chestnut's version, which is nice, but Aerosmith's reigns supreme. Their follow-up album, Nine Lives, was a struggle to make and wasn't released until 1997. Steven Tyler nails this to the max. Remember Me actually had something to do with the movie in my opinion.
Considering he just went 12 rounds, it wasn't a bad rendition. Actually, wasn't this song listed in the Guinness Book of World Records one year? Anyways I like Aerosmith, and this is possibly my favorite song by them. And I have loved him since I was 14. This song is a bout me and my girlfriend. First time I heard it, it made me cry. Hard to believe i know but he was my first real bf and we just got back together 5 years later.
Just cos a rock song does well automatically means the band's a sellout? Every wonderful song with a great message and even better music that millions of people love, that makes it a sellout. So full of feeling of emotion. I mean, hell, is anybody listening to the lyrics? Even thinking that someone would do that for the world is amazing! Steven Tyler puts the necessary passion into it that brings out the best of the emotional content. She was surprised when the artist turned out to be Aerosmith, but it ended up working out quite well. What should they have done instead? Looking at the comments above make me laugh now - it's obvious we're on different sides of the movie-watching spectrum, guys and gals.