November 5, 1959 in Kingston
Canadian singer, songwriter and producer Bryan Guy Adams was born on November 5, 1959 in Kingston, Ontario. He first gained popularity in North America following the release of Cuts Like a Knife (1983), his third studio album and the attached single with the same name. The album sold more than 2 million copies. His next album, Reckless (1984), was an international hit and sold more than 5 million copies just in the U.S. He has been nominated for a Grammy Award 15 times, and won in 1992 for “(Everything I Do) I Do It For You” from the film Robin Hood: Prince of Thieves.
Thoughts on Songs with Bryan Adams
2 years ago
It's about the summer of '69' -the time that he was with that freak of a girl that always wanted to do it '69' style. -(a guy & a girl in the 'north/south' position) And "got my first 6 string" -meaning he lost his virginity for the first time. "we were young and restless" -man how much more obvious could it get with the sexual reference. And then when he says "sometimes when I play that old 6 string" -now when he does the 'four knuckle shuffle' by him self he fantasizes about her and their '69er' escapades.
3 years ago
Making memories is a significant business, not one to be taking light. Does that mean you should blow Friday's night homework in order to be present at the cool party all your friends have been tweeting about all week? As much as partying won't get you a diploma, no one will really remember a good homework done and a good night's sleep, after 15 years.