Aerosmith’s Armageddon Song Isn’t Inspired by Who You Think

    Aerosmith “I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing” From disaster Unexpected inspiration. The song serves as the theme to a 1998 Sci-Fi movie starring Liv Tyler, daughter of Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, and has become a classic since debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard charts. The song became Aerosmith’s only hit to reach number one on the US charts. The song was written by Grammy Award-winning songwriter Diane Warren who is known for creating a slew of hit songs, including Celine Dion’s “Because You Loved Me”, Toni Braxton’s “Un-Break My Heart”, and “If I Could Turn Back Time”. “. by share.

    “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” was written by Warren on her own, and the song was produced by Matt Sirletik. It fits into the plot catastrophe, The film follows the love story between Liv Tyler’s character Grace Stamper and Ben Afflect’s AJ Frost. Based on the lyrics, it’s easy to assume that the hit was crafted by Tyler around a romantic relationship in his private life. There have also been theories that the song is about Liv Tyler, similar to how Stevie Wonder wrote “Isn’t She Lovely” about the birth of his daughter, Aisha Morris. However, both theories are incorrect, as Warren found inspiration from elsewhere.

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    Who really inspired the Armageddon theme song?

    Barbra Streisand in a scene from The Prince of Tides

    according to The ultimate rock classicBarbra Streisand was actually the inspiration behind the famous Aerosmith song disaster. Streisand has been talking about her relationship with James Brolin 20/20 With Barbara Walters. Streisand tells Walters that she was with Brolin when he told her he didn’t want to sleep because he was going to miss her. This inspired Warren to write the title “I Don’t Want to Lose a Thing” and begin work on the song. When Michael Bay called Warren asking for a song for him catastrophe, Warren knew the song she had written was a perfect fit.

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    Warren initially imagined the song would be performed by Dion or someone of that nature because the demo of the song was recorded as a piano ballad. Almost 25 years later, it’s hard to imagine anyone else singing the song. “I Don’t Want to Lose a Thing” went on to become Warren’s fourth Academy Award nomination in 1999 but lost to “When You Believe” by Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston from the film. Prince of Egypt. Fortunately, the song’s legacy lives on even without the award.

    Aerosmith’s song is almost bigger than Armageddon

    Astronauts at Armageddon

    It’s hard to say whether or not the song’s legacy is over catastrophe, But it became popular enough to stand on its own rather than being known only for the movie it was a part of, like Dion’s “My Heart Will Go On” which is mainly remembered for its role in Titanic. “I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing” earns the rock band their own ride at Disney parks called the Rock ‘n’ Roller Coaster starring Aerosmith.

    The song has been covered several times, including a cover by country singer Mark Chesnut. Aerosmith was also invited by Taylor Swift to sing the song for a whole new generation on her 1989 tour in 2015. It’s safe to say that “I Don’t Want A Miss A Thing” lives on whether or not anyone remembers their part in it. . disaster.

    source: The ultimate rock classic

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