Top 10 Songs of Bryan Adams Of The All Time

Adams performing at Germany in 2022. The 60 year old singer is still active and releasing music.
Adams performing at Germany in 2022. The 60 year old singer is still active and releasing music. ( Source : facebook )

Bryan Adams Top 10 songs include 1. Summer of 69 2. Heaven 3. Please Forgive Me among others. Bryan Adams is a famous singer from Canada.

Adams is one of the best-selling rock artists and has sold around 100 million records and singles. He has toured globally performing from Europe to Asia. 

The Canadian singer has spent nearly half a decade in the music industry. Adams's greatest hits have topped the charts of numerous countries including the U.S.

One of the best male solo artists, Adam has received 16 Grammy nominations and has won a Grammy award. He is also inducted into "The Hollywood Walk of Fame," "Canada's Walk of Fame," and "The Canadian Music Hall of Fame."

Top 10 Songs of Bryan Adams Of The All Time

Song Name:Release Year:
Summer of 691984
Please Forgive Me1993
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You1991
All For Love1993
Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman1995
Run to You1984
When You're Gone1998
Its Only Love1984

1. Summer of 69

Summer of 69 is one of the best songs of Bryan Adams. The up-tempo rock song has become an anthem for the youth.

The track is from his fourth studio album "Reckless (1985)." Upon release, it received multiple honors including a win at BMI award and a nomination for MTV Music Awards.

The 1985 track peaked at #5 on US Billboard Hot 100. It was listed in the 40th position in US Mainstream Rock.

In addition, it topped a decade-end cart of Canada remaining in the number 1 position from 1980-1989.

It has gained enduring popularity in South Asia as well. During his concert in India, he often plays the song to nostalgic Indian fans.

2. Heaven

Heaven is one of the Greatest Hits of Bryan Adams. The song is from the soundtrack album "A Night In Heaven."

The track was later included in the 1984 album "Reckless."

The record topped the charts of Billboard Hot 100 placing in the 10th position during its peak. The track also entered #25 in the Singles of 1985.

Similarly, the track was also certified gold in Canada, Denmark, Italy, and the UK. It later reached double platinum with sales of 1.2 million units in terms of its BPI.

Adams achieved global success through the single. The producer Jimmy Lovin also became popular after the global accomplishments of the song.

After nearly four decades, the song is still popular and has more than 380 million streams on Youtube and 460 million streams on Spotify.

3. Please Forgive Me

"Please Forgive Me" is a single from Bryan Adams Greatest Hits Album "So Far, So Good." It sold more than 13 million copies worldwide.

The track peaked at #7 position in Billboard Hot 100. It also peaked in second position on UK Singles Chart. The track topped the chart of Canada, France, Ireland, Norway, Belgium, and Portugal.

It is a guitar rock ballad that was a Smash Hits all around the globe. It was a heartfelt song with throaty vocals of Adams that featured in the top position of the pop-rock genre.

To elaborate, the song went 2 times Platinum in Australia (ARIA) with certified 140,000 sales. It went Gold in most European countries.

The video for the song was released in 2008 and is quite similar to his other video for the song "Thought I'd Seen Everything."

4. (Everything I Do) I Do It For You

(Everything I do) I Do It for You is one of Bryan Adams number-one hits. The track was featured in the 1991 film "Robin Hood: Price of Thieves."

The record was also included in his sixth studio album "Waking Up the Neighbours (1991). It became a global hit which topped the charts in nineteen countries.

The song was also nominated for "Best Original Song" at the Academy Awards in 1992. The track went double platinum in Australia and Canada.

It received BPI and RIAA triple platinum certification with sales of nearly six million only in the UK and the US. It is the best-selling single of Byrna Adams.

Moreover, the song is covered and beloved by hundreds of singers all over the globe. It amassed significant popularity in Europe.

5. All For Love

All For Love is a ballad song for the movie "The Three Musketeers". Released in 1993, it was written and performed by Adams.

It became a global hit by achieving the number one position in Europe, Australia, and North America. The track was certified platinum by RIAA. It was a solo hit that replaced his song "Please Forgive Me."

The track went number one in Canada, Australia, Austria, Denmark, and other European countries. The track was also able to crack the first position in US Mainstream Top 40.

Overall, It went platinum in both US and Australia while being certified gold in other European countries.

Adams also shared his vocal duties with Rod Stewart. other members provided string instruments and drum support during the tour.

6. Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman

Have You Ever Really Loved A Woman is another soundtrack song by Bryan Adams. The song is from the 1995 movie "Don Juan DeMarco."

The track was also nominated for the 68th Academy Awards. It became a popular track which was later included in Adam's album 18 til I Die. The song remained in the number one position for five weeks on Billboard Hot 100.

It performed quite well, peaking at first position in Australia, Austria, Canada, and the US. It was certified platinum in Australia and went Gold in other European countries excluding the UK.

The song did more than 600,000 sales in the US alone. The record included extraordinary composition with the sound of Spanish Guitar and the addition of a flamenco sound in the introduction as well.

7. Run To You

Run To You by Bryan Adams is from his best-selling album "Reckless (1984)." The track topped the charts of Billboard Top Rock Tracks.

It was certified Gold in Canada and UK with a collective sales of 450,000. The track also performed well in European countries it became a English Urban Dance number in the night clubs.

Run to You was nominated for five different awards in MTV Video Music Awards in 1985. Unfortunately, it was unable to win any awards.

Nonetheless, the track won the hearts of the audience. The music video of the Reckless single featured English actress Lystette Anthony.

Notably, it gained further popularity after the track was featured in the 2002 video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.

8. When You're Gone

When You're Gone is a song by the Canadian musician Bryan Adams from his eighth studio album "On a Day Like Today (1998)."

It was one of the top 10 hot songs in Australia, Canada, Europe charts, Denmark, Ireland, and Norway. The song was made into 55th position in UK singles and UK Airplay list.

It is a soft rock song about a breakup and a song about being cheated on. It recalls the desperate and emotional situation of an individual after post-breakup. It is a beautiful pop-rock track.

Adam song's music video is equally artistic and expensive which tells the story of the song. It also featured Canadian-American actress Pamela Anderson.&

Furthermore, the track was also certified platinum in Australia and UK with sales grossing over 70,00, and 921,000 respectively.

9. Its Only Love

It's Only Love is a song by Soft-Rock singer Bryan Adams. The track also featured American singer Tina Turner.

The record was nominated for Grammy Award for "Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal" in 1985. However, it was unable to secure the win.

The song was included in the greatest hit album "Reckless" and Tina's 1988 album "Tina Live In Europe". The song was also featured in the #29 position on Billboard Hot 100.

According to Bryan, it was one of the most memorable collaborations with the artist. He respected Tina and went to see her in concerts and clubs during his 20s.

Similarly, the record was also featured in US Mainstream Rock (Billboard) chart at the 7th position. In 2021, the song was performed by Keith Urban in the "Rock and Roll Hall of Fame" ceremony.

10. Somebody

Somebody is a song by singer-songwriters Bryan Adams and Jim Vallance. It was also from his most noted album "Reckless."

The track peaked at the #11 position on Billboard Hot 100. It was a catchy song that featured a catchy chorus and rhythm.

"Somebody" remained in the 13th position in the Canadian chart. It peaked at the number one position in "US Billboard Top Rock Tracks."

The track was a collaboration with a Canadian producer, songwriter, and instrumentalist. The success of the single led the singer to make a video with Lysette Anthony.

Moreover, it is one of the underrated works by Adams which is gaining its due credit from the recognition of Pop-rock fans of the current generation.

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