1. (Everything I do) I do it for you

“(Everything I do) I do it for you” is one of the most beautiful ballad he ever written. It’s taken from 1991’s film “Robin Hood: Prince of thieves” and included on his sixth album “Waking up the neighbours”.

2. Summer of ’69

Released in 1985, “Summer of ’69” served as “Reckless” album fourth single. About the song, Bryan told: “It’s a very simple song about looking back on the summertime and making love. For me, the ’69 was a metaphor for making love not about the year”.

3. Heaven

This 1985 power ballad provided Bryan his first number one single on the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Two version of the music video were made. The first, released in November 1984, was shot at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage in Vancouver and was directed by Steve Barron. That video showed the singer standing on stage amid stacks of television sets showing parts of his band members.
The second video was released in March 1985 and was shot in London. In this one, a guy gets pulled over for drunk driving across the street from a Bryan Adams concert. The girl he was driving ditches him and goes to the show, where she and Adams make a connection. This second version was nominated for an MTV Video Music Award in the category Best Cinematography.

4. Please forgive me

“Please Forgive Me” is a slow power ballad released on his 1993 greatest hits album “So far so good”. It became an instant favourite among Adams fans.

5. Run to you

Co-written with his songwriting partner Jim Vallance, “Run to you” was released in 1984 as the lead single from his fourth album “Reckless”. The music video was directed by Steve Barron and was shot in London and later Los Angeles. It was nominated for MTV Video Music Awards in five categories: Best Direction, Best Special Effects, Best Art Direction, Best Editing, and Best Cinematography.