This song is about being there for someone and helping them through the tough times.
The song first appeared in 1992 when it was included on the UK release of the "Make Love Like A Man" single. The following year, Michael Kamen added orchestration to the song for the Arnold Schwarzenegger movie The Last Action Hero. This version appeared on the movie soundtrack and was also released as a single, becoming a hit.
This plays during the end of the VH1 biopic Hysteria: The Def Leppard Story movie, and is featured on several Def Leppard live albums and compilations.
Alesa Rose from Denver, CoThe story on the making of this video is very interesting...Joe Elliott (singer) was dealing with a tweaked back, taking pain meds and if you watch closely you can see him limp.
Anna from Bogota, Columbiaawesome song
Sarah from New Castle, Pathis song is really pretty even tho its about some crazy stuff
Jeff from Ft. Lauderdale, FlThe electric version of this song is way better than the watered down acoustic version that is all you ever hear anymore. I heard the electric version first and thought it was awesome, then they came out with the acoustic version and you never hear the original electric version anymore. The acoustic is OK in and of itself but the electric rocks way more and is much better to listen to.
Joe Bananas from Perth, WaThe producers of The Last Action Hero wanted to use an old Def Leppard song, but the guys wrote this for the movie instead.
Danny from Kiev, OtherI respect the drummer of def leppard- one hand...
In The Beatles "When I'm 64," Paul McCartney asks a woman if she'll still be there for him when he's 64. In 2006, he got his answer when shortly before his 64th birthday, he and Heather Mills separated.