Welcome to my Bryan Adams acoustic guitar covers page where you'll find free Bryan Adams guitar chords and lyrics in a free pdf download, as well as some free acoustic guitar demos on several classic songs.
I'm also using Bryan Adam album covers so you'll know where each song orignated.
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This one was co-written by Adams and "Mutt" Lang (former hubby of Shania) and was released in 1991 as a single from the album "Waking Up The Neighbors".
The song reached #1 in Canada, #2 in the US and a top 10 in several other countries.
This song was a remix with the British artist Chicane back in 1999 and was a single release from the album "On A Day Like Today" from 1998.
It reached # 6 in the UK and #7 in Canada. There was also a music video created for this song.
In 1983 Bryan Adams released his album "Cuts Like A Knife" and this song was one of three singles from the album. It was a top 10 in Canada and reached #15 and #6 on two Billboard Charts.
Penthouse model Raquel Pena appeared in the video.
This song is from the 1991 "Waking Up The Neighbors" album and was the soundtrack for the film "Robin Hood Prince Of Thieves".
The song was a huge #1 in 19 countries and one of the best selling singles of all time.
Adams co-wrote the song with Mutt Lang and Michael Kaman.
This song hails from the 1995 album "18 Til I Die" and was also in the film "Don Juan Demarko".
This was a #1 in Canada, the US and several other countries and was from the trio team again of Adams, Lang and Kaman.
The music video was shot on location in Spain.
This was Bryan Adam's very first #1 song and came out as a single nearly 18 months after it was recorded for the 1983 "Reckless" album.
Drummer Mickey Curry would have normally played on the track but on the day of recording he had other studio commitments with Hall & Oates. Because the session was in New York, Adams called Journey drummer Steve Smith who filled in on the track.
Adams got the inspiration from the song Faithfully by Jounrey. He's been their opening act in 1983 so that song eventually inspired this one. Download the Heaven Bryan chords and lyrics below.
This was another monster song for Bryan Adams from his 1984 "Reckless" album and peaked at #1 in the US and #4 in Canada.
Him and Jim Vallance wrote the song for Blue Oyster Cult, but they declined, and so did .38 Special. Doh! What were they thnking?
When Bryan Adams and band entered the studio to record, they nailed this one in a single take.
This was a single released from the 1983 album "Cuts Like A Knife". This song was written by a Vancouver song-writer Eric Cagna. Several years earlier the song was recorded by Ian Lloyd (Brother Louie).
The song reached #1 in Canada and his first Top 10 in the US, so for that reason, this was a door opener of sorts.
Jon English and Bonnie Tyler also recorded this number.
This song hit the airwaves in 1985 and was #4 in The Netherlands and a #5 in the US.
Adams mentioned in an interview that the song was not about the year, but about the sex position, but co-writer Jim Valance disputed that claim.
The song can be fund on his "Reckless" album.
Bryan Adams co-wrote this one with Gretchen Peters and Michael Kamen for his Unplugged album which was released in 1997.
The album was recorded live at the Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC.
This song was never released as a single.
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