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Global Single Chart
30 years ago
the most popular tracks worldwide
according to the national single charts
dated to September 21, 1991
compiled and provided by

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1 / 1
week 12
(Everything I Do) I Do It For You - Bryan Adams
A&M - 10 weeks at No.1
2 / 3
week 5
Now That We Found Love - Heavy D & The Boyz
MCA
3 / 2
week 20
Wind Of Change - Scorpions
Mercury
4 / 5
week 10
You Could Be Mine - Guns n' Roses
Geffen
6 / -
week 2
Enter Sandman - Metallica
Elektra / Vertigo
10 / -
week 2
Good Vibrations - Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch
East West / Interscope
5 / 4
week 4
Things That Make You Go Hmm - C & C Music Factory feat. F. Williams
CBS / Columbia
8 / 8
week 3
Motownphilly - Boyz II Men
Motown
7 / 6
week 15
More Than Words - Extreme
A&M
9 / 7
week 7
Say Yes - Chage & Aska
Pony Canyon Japan
 

"(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" was released on June 18, 1991. The power ballad was featured on two albums, firstly the soundtrack album from the 1991 film Robin Hood: Prince Of Thieves and then on Adams' sixth album, Waking Up The Neighbours (1991). The musicians on the original recording are Adams on the lead vocals, backing vocals and rhythm guitar, Bill Payne (piano), Mickey Curry (drums), Larry Klein (bass), Keith Scott (lead guitar & backing vocals), and Mutt Lange (synthesizers). Based on orchestral music by Michael Kamen, the song was written in London, at the studio Adams working at in 1990, and he and Lange wrote it in 45 minutes. "(Everything I Do) I Do It For You" was an enormous chart success internationally, reaching the number-one positions in almost all countries, inter alia 17 weeks in the United States (sales-only chart) and 16 weeks in United Kingdom. On the Year-End Chart 1991 the song was the clear winner with massive 15.694.000 points.

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