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Tomorrow Never Dies’ Soundtrack Is Reminiscent Of Other Films…Why?

There are many allusions to other soundtracks, both Bond and non-Bond. Those with sharp ears can hear cues from “Cape Fear” (Bernard Hermann), “The Russia House” (Jerry Goldsmith), “F/X” (Bill Conti), and even from “The Godfather, Part III”. Oddly, you can hear parts of the “Surrender” theme in Sheryl Crow`s song “If It Makes You Happy”. Listen closely to the segment approximately three minutes into (about 70% of the way through) the song.

Allusions to other Bond soundtracks (by John Barry, Michael Kamen and Bill Conti) are numerous and almost pointless to list. Those who`ve heard Arnold’s Godzilla score should recognize the “march” cue from Octopussy”.

Music: The Living Daylights Rykodisc Reissue CD

Original album:

1. The Living Daylights (4:14)
2. Necros Attacks (2:02)
3. The Sniper Was a Woman (2:28)
4. Ice Chase (4:03)
5. Kara Meets Bond (2:45)
6. Koskov Escapes (2:22)
7. Where Has Everybody Gone (3:35)
8. Into Vienna (2:48)
9. Hercules Takes Off (2:15)
10. Mujahadin and Opium (3:11)
11. Inflight Fight (3:10)
12. If There Was a Man (2:49)

Bonus Material:

13. Exercise at Gibraltar (6:20)
14. Approaching Kara (2:19)
15. Murder at the Fair (2:19)
16. Assassin and Drugged (2:41)
17. Airbase Jailbreak (4:35)
18. Afganistan Plan (3:32)
19. Air Bond (1:44)
20. Final Confrontation (1:56)
21. Alternate End Titles (3:20)

The bonus tracks total 29 minutes, so the total disc time is now 65 minutes. The unreleased material was put at the end and not spread out through primarily to keep the original album material compact and seperate from the new material. “Exercise at Gibraltar” is the entire pre-credits sequence, from the gunbarrel music to the jeep flying off the cliff with Bond parachuting out. “Afganistan Plan” are the cues for Bond trying to slip the bomb onto the plane at the airfield. “Air Bond” is the great music as Bond drops a bomb on the Afganistan bridge, and then exits the plane with Kara in a jeep. “Final Confrontation” contains the three short cues as Bond defeats Joe Don Baker`s character in his lair. The “Alternate End Titles” is an instrumental version of “If There Was a Man” without the pop- percussion tracks.

Music: The Duran Duran Tribute Album

Lyrics by Duran Duran; Produced, mixed & engineered by Theo Goutzinakis & Tom Thacker; Recorded at Utopia Parkway, Vancouver, British Columbia

If anyone is thinking of buying The Duran Duran Tribute Album in order to hear Gob`s cover version of A VIEW TO A KILL, one would be well advised to stay far, far away. This unambitious piece of aural dreck manages to cram into fifty-eight seconds what it took Duran Duran three and a half minutes to sing. Perhaps it`s easier to deal with the pain if it goes by more quickly, because listening to this version of what is arguably the best Bond song ever produced is a painful and arduous task. The hard pounding punk rythyms and screaching vocals can`t adequately cover up the lack of talent that went into reproducing this song. All involved in the creation of this musical fiasco should be tarred and feathered

The tribute album is cram packed with ska/metal bands doing their best to do their worst when it comes to warbling Duran Duran tunes, but only A VIEW TO A KILL would be of any note to Bond fans. Please, if you only believe one thing we tell you, believe this: Gob`s rendition of A VIEW TO A KILL is so bad you`ll wish you were deaf. My only regret is that I can`t give it less than zero stars.

Music: Octopussy Soundtrack Rykodisc Reissue CD

Ryodisk has reissued one of John Barry`s greatest scores: Octopussy. This is the first time in over a decade that the Octopussy soundtrack has been available to the public. Digitally remastered, it also contains so many Bond goodies that you`d be a fool to pass it up. Included are:

3 “Bonus” tracks which are, in actuality, dialouge from the film (Track 3 Miss Penolope; Track 7 Introducing Mr. Bond; Track 10 Poison Pen) Contains the theatrical trailer to the film embedded in the CD, plus it opens up your web browser to the Ryodisk Website a large insert filled with background notes. Flip it over and it turns into the original poster for the film. Foreword by Geoff Leonard, alt.fan.james-bond regular contributor and author of an upcoming book about John Barry.

Music: James Bond NOW

Normally another album of James Bond cover tunes is about as welcome as a Christmas fruit log, but I`m happy to say that not only is “James Bond NOW” a worthy entry into the 007 musical legacy, it actually manages to breathe new life into a few songs.

The album is a ten song, primarily instrumental, set. Track listings in order are:

Goldfinger (4:29)
Live and Let Die (4:27)
Diamonds Are Forever (3:54)
For Your Eyes Only (3:11)
Shaken Not Stirred (3:37)
From Russia, With Love (4:55)
Nobody Does It Better (5:04)
**Silken Cover (original composition) (3:53)
The James Bond Theme (3:58)
**Copacabinksy (original composition) (4:25)

The album is arranged to showcase Vic Flick`s mastery of the guitar. Pete walker, co-author of “John Barry: A Life In Music”, said this of Vic: “Vic Flick is the Sean Connery of the electric guitar. Accept no impostors.” All the tracks work, but some are even better than the others. For example, the perennially underrated Diamonds Are Forever gets an acoustic update with a sound that seems so new that you could almost submit it as an entirely new Bond song. It`s that good!

Flick`s strongest work on this album, apart from “Diamonds Are Forever”, is “Live and Let Die”, “For Your Eyes Only” and “Nobody Does It Better”. “Nobody Does It Better” is slightly marred though by a male voiceover that speaks the lines rather than sings them and the song seems to have no end, continuously tricking you into believing it`s over. On the other hand, Flick`s guitar and Bob Efford`s saxophone still make this rendition a must listen to.

James Bond & Beyond

The long-awaited first release from SpyGuise stereo, James Bond & Beyond, is now available. In Bondlike fashion, Michael Boldt singlehandedly takes on the world…ah, make that the world of spies…”Well, would you believe the music of spies worldwide?”

Eleven tracks grace this fine release including three original Boldt tunes “inspired by classic spy movies…”

The James Bond Theme
Mission: Impossible (T.V. series version)
Our Man Flint
The Wild, Wild West (T.V. series version)
Spies, Sleuths & Private Eyes
The Man From U.N.C.L.E.
The Persuaders
In Like Flint (Your Z.O.W.I.E. Face)
Get Smart
007 At Casino Royale
Mr. & Mrs. James Bond
How is your spy trivia memory…can you guess which three of the above are new compositions? (Tracks 5, 10 & 11)

Marvelous radio spots are also included as a thriller bonus following the music. I feel more like watching The Venetian Affair now than I have in quite some time. Number One Of The Secret Service is advertised, too, along with several others. “He’s loaded for action!” Never heard of One? It’s alright, I only know “one” friend with the poster for this hard-to-find-anywhere film!

The music is smooth and easy spy listening. Sometimes I want to kill the bad guys but mostly I want to groove. Get Smart has a thumping one-two-three back beat added. 007 At Casino Royale makes me want to dance on Carnaby Street with Moneypenny and David Niven’s Sir James Bond…or at least Austin Powers. Wild, Wild West and U.N.C.L.E. get their due, too. And of course, a spy guy named Bond.

Jeff Marshall has done his usual marvelous design job with the CD, inserts and liner notes. Connery and Vaughn always look good on the spy shelf. Lots of color gets splashed everywhere with a fun but crisp, minimalist, retro look. It’s “classic themes for secret agents,” baby.

Mike Boldt has provided some nice food within for musical thought (and taste). Thakfully for electronika, the album doesn’t sound “too clean”. It doesn’t have that overall feel/mix of being too synthesized, something that would instantly date and destroy a retro album like this one. Several talents also added to Mike’s on this, his first full-length spies album.

Visit spyguise.com to fetch your JB&B copy now.

—Matt Sherman had the thrill of a lifetime designing and writing notes for the James Bond NOW album for Vic Flick.

Music: Best of James Bond 30th Anniversary Set

1992 marked the 30th Anniversary of 007 on the big screen and to commemorate the occasion, EMI Records launched 2 different CDs. The first CD includeds the James Bond theme, plus all of the theme songs prior to Goldeneye. The Limited Edition, includes all of that plus several bonuses.

The Limited Edition contains rare and never before heard tracks. For example, it includes a demo version of YOU ONLY LIVE TWICE that has no claim of ownership. In other words, John Barry and others have been unable to figure out who sang this version. See the Lyrics page for the words to this unusual song. Also included is a jazzy version of Goldfinger sung by Anthony Newley (listen to it and you`ll understand why it was substituted with Shirley Bassey`s version). There are also two radio spots included as well as rare orchestral tracks from Goldfinger.

The Limited Edition includes 31 digitally remastered recordings on 2 discs and a 28 page booklet that includes notes, movie still photos and other collectable artwork. Shell out the extra few dollars and buy this edition over the standard one.

You Only Live Twice Theme

You only live twice, or so it seems,
One life for yourself, and one for your dreams.
You drift through the years and life seems tame,
Till one dream appears and love is its name.

And love is a stranger who`ll beckon you on,
Don`t think of the danger or the stranger is gone!

This dream is for you, so pay the price…Make one dream come true…You Only Live Twice.

And love is a stranger who`ll beckon you on,
Don`t think of the danger or the stranger is gone!

This dream is for you, so pay the price…Make one dream come true… You Only Live Twice.

You Only Live Twice: (Demo Version)

This version of You Only Live Twice has never been traced back to it`s author. Record searches of archives conducted by John Barry and associates have failed to turn up who performed this demo version and no one has yet stepped forward claiming to be the demo singer. Based on the tune and the lyrics, it`s not hard to see why!

You Only Live Twice,
no more than twice,
and each life you live,
you`re playing with dice!

The first game is love,
beware, it`s nice!
The second is death
whose cold arms entice you…

You gamble with danger…You gamble with love…Each one is a stranger…In a black velvet glove!

And if you should lose,
you`ll the pay the price,
good luck with the dice,
You Only Live Twice!

(repeat stanza)

You gamble with danger,
You gamble with love,
Each one is a stranger,
in a black velvet glove!

And if you should lose,
You`ll the pay the price,
Good luck with the dice…You Only Live Twice!

Tomorrow Never Dies Theme

[Performed by Sheryl Crow]

Darling I`m killed,
I`m in a puddle on the floor,
Waiting for you to return.

Oh, what a thrill,
Fascinations galore,
How you tease, how you leave me to burn.

It`s so deadly, my dear,
The power of having you near…

Until the day…Until the world falls away…Until you say, there`ll be no more goodbyes…I see it in your eyes…Tomorrow Never Dies.

Darling you won,
It`s no fun,
Martinis, girls and guns,
It`s murder on our love affair.

It`s you, that`s your life,
Every night, as you chase the morning light,
You`re not the only spy out there.

It`s so deadly my dear,
The power of wanting you near…

Until that day…Until the world falls away…Until you say there`ll be no more goodbyes…I see it in your eyes…Tomorrow Never Dies!

(repeat chorus)

Tomorrow Never Dies: “Surrender”

(Written by David Arnold; Performed by K.D. Lang)

Your life is a story,
I`ve already written,
The news is that I am in control…

…And I have the power,
To make you Surrender,
Not only your body but your soul…

Tomorrow Never Dies…Surrender…Tomorrow will arrive on time…I`ll tease and tantalize with every line…Till you are mine…Tomorrow Never Dies!

Whatever you`re after,
Trust me, I`ll deliver,
You`ll relish the world that I create…

Tomorrow Never Dies…Surrender…Tomorrow will arrive on time…I`ll tease and tantalize with every line…Till you are mine…Tomorrow Never Dies!

The truth is now…What I say…I`ve taken care of yesterday…

Tomorrow Never Dies…Surrender…Tomorrow will arrive on time…I`ll tease and tantalize with every line…Till you are mine…Tomorrow Never Dies!

Tomorrow Never Dies…Tomorrow Never Dies…Tomorrow Never Dies!

Thunderball Theme

He always runs while others walk.
He acts while other men just talk.
He looks at this world, and wants it all,
So he strikes, like Thunderball.

He knows the meaning of success.
His needs are more, so he gives less!
They call him the winner who takes all…
And he strikes, like Thunderball!

Any woman he wants, he`ll get…
He will break any heart without regret…
His days of asking are all gone…
His fight goes on and on and on…

But he thinks that the fight is worth it all…So he strikes like Thunderball

Thunderball: “Mr. Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang”

The original title of the song for Thunderball was: Mister Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang, (Japan`s name for Bond) sung by Dionne Warwick. (A Demo was cut by Shirlet Bassey as well!) At the last minute, the producers decided to go with the version sung by Tom Jones that incorporates the straighter title of “Thunderball” into the lyrics. (!)

Here are the lyrics to Dionne Warwick`s rejected rendition:

He`s tall and he`s dark,
And like a shark, he looks for trouble.

That`s why the zero`s double…Mr. Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang

He`s suave and he`s smooth,
And he can sooth you like vanilla,

The gentleman`s a killer…Mr. Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang

Madmoiselles and danger,
Have filled the stranger`s past.
Like a knife, he cuts through life,
Like everyday`s the last!

He`s fast and he`s cool,
He`s from the school that loves and leaves them,

A pity if it grieves `em…Mr. Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang

Madmoiselles and danger,
Have filled the stranger`s past.
Like a knife, he cuts through life,
Like everyday`s the last!

He`s fast and he`s cool,
He`s from the school that loves and leaves them,

A pity if it grieves `em…Mr. Kiss-Kiss Bang-Bang`s…Not a fool…No, he`s no fool…he is no fool…he…is…no…fool

The World Is Not Enough Theme

The World Is Not Enough (Music by David Arnold, Lyrics by Don Black, Performed by Garbage)

I know how to hurt, I know how to heal…
I know what to show, and what to conceal…
I know when to talk, and I know when to touch…
No one ever died from wanting too much!

The World Is Not Enough…but it is such a perfect place to start, my love…And if you`re strong enough, together we can take the world apart, my love…

People like us, know how to survive,
“There`s no point in living if you can`t feel alive…”
We know when to kiss, and we know when to kill…
If we can’t have it all, then nobody will…

The World Is Not Enough, but it is such a perfect place to start, my love…And if you`re strong enough, together we can take the world apart, my love…

I feel safe, I feel scared, I feel ready…And yet unprepared…

The World Is Not Enough, but it is such a perfect place to start, my love…And if you`re strong enough, together we can take the world apart, my love…

The World Is Not Enough…
The World Is Not Enough…
No, no, ain`t near enough…
The World Is Not Enough!

The World Is Not Enough: “Only Myself To Blame”

[Performed by Scott Walker]

I`ve walked, way past Midnight,
I`ve driven for days,
I`ve tried to forget,
In so many ways.

I`ve held other arms,
But they don`t feel the same,
And I`ve Only Myself To Blame.

From city to city,
I still see your face,
It follows me all…all over the place,
I shouldn`t look back,
But I do, just the same,
And I`ve Only Myself To Blame.

I knew it was love…But when you are young…You think love will come, again…and again.

There`s no greater fool,
When the fool`s not afraid,
And I`ve Only Myself To Blame.

I knew it was love…But when you are young…You think love will come, again…and again.

There the fool`s not a fool.
When the fool`s not afraid…

…And I`ve only myself…only myself…Only Myself To Blame.

The Spy Who Loved Me Theme

[Performed by Carly Simon]

Nobody does it better,
Makes me feel sad for the rest.
Nobody does it half as good as you,
Baby, you`re the best.

I wasn`t looking, but somehow you found me,
I tried to hide from your love light,
But like heaven above me, The Spy Who loved Me,
Is keepin` all my secrets safe tonight…

…And nobody does it better,
Though sometimes I wish someone could,
Nobody does it quite the way you do,
Why`d you have to be so good?

The way that you hold me, whenever you hold me,
There`s some kind of magic inside you,
That keeps me from runnin` but just keep it comin`,
How`d you learn to do the things you do?…

…And nobody does it better,
Makes me feel sad for the rest,
Nobody does it half as good as you,
Baby, baby, darlin`, you`re the best…

Baby you`re the best…Baby you`re the best…Baby you`re the best…Darlin` you`re the best…Darlin` you`re the best…Baby you`re the best…Baby you`re the best…

The Man With The Golden Gun Theme: Alice Cooper

After the success of Live and Let Die by Paul McCartney and Wings, Alice Cooper thought EON may have been in the mood for an even heavier rock anthem, and thus presented him with his version of The Man With The Golden Gun. Here are the rejected lyrics to Alice Cooper`s submission:

Man With the Golden Gun [4:12]
Album: Muscle of Love, 1973

The man
With the golden gun
Is waiting
Somewhere
Out there
For you

But you`ll never see him
He`ll be looking for you

Demand
For the golden gun
It`s high priced
Precise
And true

But you`ll never see him
He`ll be looking for you

The man with the golden
Gun in his pocket, Oh, oh
The man with the golden
Gun in his case, Oh, oh
The man with the golden
Gun in your face
But you`ll never see him
He`ll be looking for you
You better believe
He`ll be looking for you

He-e-e-e-e-e`s, The man with the golden
Gun in his pocket
The man with the golden
Gun in his case
The man with the golden
Gun in his pocket
The man with the golden
Gun in your face

But you`ll never see him
He`ll be looking for you
You better believe
He`ll be looking for yo-ou

He-e-e-e-e-e`s, The man with the golden
Gun in his pocket
The man with the golden
Gun in his case
The man with the golden
Gun in his pocket
The man with the golden
Gun in your face

The man with the go-o-olden
Gun in his pocket
The man with the go-o-lden
Gun in his case
The man who gave you the golden gun

The Living Daylights: “Where Has Everybody Gone?”

(Performed by Chrissie Hynde and The Pretenders)

Where Has Everybody Gone?
I`ve got this feelin`, God, am I here on my own?
Where`s my support now, where`s the ranks of the strong?
In this faceless crowd, where can I belong?

Everybody`s gone insane to catch a plane to help the heavens closer,
They want the kingdom but they don`t want the king,
They want his throne.
(And) There`s no time, there`s no time at all!

Where Has Everybody Gone?
With great pleasure, I sing your national song,
Because you`re beautiful land will soon be long gone…
And the ashes of your memoirs will be strewn across the lawn!

Hack your face, save your case, reserve your place in the ever after,
Cause hallowed halls are lined with walls,
That are cracked with delirious laughter.
(And) There`s no time, there`s no time at all.

Where Has Everybody Gone?
There`s no time, there`s no time at all.
You won`t survive…and you`ll soon be long gone…gone, your gone…you`ll soon be long…gone!

The Living Daylights Theme

(Lyrics by Pal Waaktar and John Barry; Performed by A-ha)

Hey driver, where we going?
I swear, my nerves are showing.
Set my hopes up way too high,
The living`s in the way…we…die!

Comes the morning and the headlights fade in rain,
Hundred thousand people, I`m the one they frame.
I`ve been waiting long for one of us to say,
“To save the darkness and let it never fade away!”…

In The Living Daylights…In The Living Daylights (Oh, oh, oh-oh…The Living Daylights)

Alright, hold on tighter now,
It`s down, down to the wire.
Set your hopes up way too high,
The living`s in the way…we…die

Comes the morning and the headlights fade in rain,
Hundred thousand changes, everything`s the same.
I`ve been waiting long for one of us to say,
“Save the darkness and let it never fade away”…

In The Living Daylights…In The Living Daylights (Ihe Living Daylights)…In The Living Daylights (the Living Daylights)…

Comes the morning and the headlights fade away,
Hundred thousand people, I`m the one they frame!
In The Living Daylights…The Living Daylights (The Living Daylights)

The Living Daylights: “If There Was A Man”

(Performed by Chrissy Hynde and The Pretenders)

If There Was A Man, I could dream of,
I`d dream about a dream come true.
If There Was A Man, I could ever love,
I`d wait a million years for someone just like you.

All my life…I`ve been belating…never taking any chances…always hesitating…where`s the payoff?

Where`s the glory?
Where`s the one I`m holding out for,
Was he`s walking through the door,
The one that you walked through…if it isn`t you?

If There Was A Man, I could dream of,
I`d dream about a dream come true.
If There Was A Man, I could ever love,
I`d wait a million years for someone just like you.

Happy endings…never find me!
I`d put all my fantasies and hopes of love behind me,
All my moments…overdue but…

If There Was A Man out there for me…I wish it would be someone who…could love me true…if someone was you!

Robbie Williams` “Millennium”

Along with rapper Will Smith and many others, Brit superstar Robbie Williams jumped on the Millennium bandwagon in the late 90`s. Williams` “Millennium” sampled more than heavily from John Barry`s Bond theme for “You Only Live Twice.”

Williams, a huge Bond fan himself, has been touted and rumored to succeed Pierce Brosnan someday in the 007 role. Meanwhile, composer John Barry denies giving permission to Williams to sample You Only Live Twice for his runaway hit.

We`ve got stars directing our fate,
And we`re praying its not too late, Millennium.

Some say that we are players,
Some say that we are pawns,
But we`ve been making money,
Since the day that we were born,
Got to slow down, `cause we`re low down.

Run around in circles,
Live a life of solitude,
`Till we find ourselves a partner,
Someone to relate to,
Then we`ll slow down, before we fall down.

We`ve got stars directing our fate…And we`re praying its not too late…`cause we know we`re falling from grace…Millennium.

Live for liposuction,
And detox for your rent,
Overdose at Christmas,
And give it up for Lent.

My friends are all so cynical,
They refuse to keep the faith.
We all enjoy, the madness `cause we know we`re going to fade away.

We`ve got stars directing our fate…And we`re praying it`s not too late…`cause we know we`re falling from grace…Millennium.

Come, and have a go, if you think you are hard enough,
Come, and have a go, if you think you are hard enough,
Millennium…Millennium!

We`ve got stars directing our fate…And we`re praying it`s not too late…`cause we know we`re falling from grace, Millennium.

And when we come we always come to late,
I often think that we were born to hate,
Get up and see the sarcasm in my eyes.

And when we come we always come to late,
I often think that we were born to hate,
Get up and see the sarcasm in my eyes.

We`ve got stars directing our fate…Millennium…And we`re praying its not too late…Millennium…`cause we know we`re falling from grace…Millennium.

OHMSS: “We Have All The Time In The World”

This soulful ballad, performed by Louis Armstrong weeks before he passed away, is John Barry`s favorite Bond composition.

We Have All The Time in The World,
Time enough for life to unfold,
All the precious things love has in store.
We have all the love in the world,
If that`s all we have, you will find,
We need nothing more!

Every step of the way will find us…With the cares of the world far behind us…

We Have All The Time In The World,
Just for love,
Nothing more, nothing less,
Only love!

Every step of the way will find us…With the cares of the world far behind us…

We Have All The Time In The World…Just for love…Nothing more, nothing less…Only love…Only now!

OHMSS: “Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown?”

One of the more surreal Bond tunes (and that is saying plenty!) was penned by John Barry and lyricist Hal David for the Lazenby classic, “On Her Majesty`s Secret Service”:

“La la la la la la la,
La la la la la la la.

Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown? They need sunshine.
Sunshine can’t grow Christmas trees alone; They need raindrops.
Raindrops can’t grow Christmas trees, here’s the reason why;
In the winter rain will freeze, and the trees will die.

Do You Know How Christmas Trees Are Grown?…They need sunshine and raindrops, friendship and kindness and most of all…they need love.

Do you know how Santa gets around? He needs snowflakes.
Snowflakes cannot do it all, I found. He needs reindeer.
Reindeer, even tho’ they try, they need other things.
Once a year they have to fly, and they don’t have wings.

Do you know how Santa gets around?…He needs snowflakes and reindeer, sunshine and raindrops, friendship and kindness and most of all he needs love.

Do you know how Christmas cards are made? They need pictures.
Pictures can’t complete them I’m afraid. They need greetings.
Greetings say what’s in your heart, that’s what they are for.
But, when loved ones are apart, Christmas cards need more.

Do you know how Christmas cards are made?…They need pictures and greetings, sunshine and kindness and most of all…they need love.

La la la la la la la,
La la la la la la la.”

Octopussy Theme

“All Time High” [Performed by Rita Coolidge]

All I wanted, was a sweet distraction for an hour or two.
Had no intention to do, the things we`ve done.
Funny how it always goes with love, when you don`t look, you find.
But then we`re two of a kind, we move as one.

We`re An All Time High!…We`ll change all that`s gone before…Doing so much more, than falling in love.

On an All Time High…We`ll take on the world that way…So hold on tight, let the flight begin.

I don`t want to waste a waking moment, I don`t want to sleep.
I`m in so strong and so deep, and so are you.
In my time I`ve said these words before, but now I realize,
My heart was telling me lies, for you they`re true!

We`re An All Time High…We`ll change all that`s gone before…Doing so much more than falling in love!

On An All Time High…We`ll take on the world that way…So hold on tight, let the flight begin…So hold on tight, let the flight begin…We`re An All Time High!

Never Say Never Again Theme

[Written by Herb Alpert; Performed by Lani Hall]

Never, Never Say Never Again…never, Never Say Never Again…

You walk in a room,
A woman can feel the heat.
One look is a guarantee,
Nights could be, long and sweet.

The message is clear,
And like nothing I`ve ever known.
But from all that I hear,
Forget about long range plans,
`Cause this man`s, got his own!

To get mixed up with, a man who says, “Never,”
May be, big trouble, but then…

I just could be,
The woman to take you,
And make you say, “Never, Say Never Again,”…

…Never, Never Say Never Again…never, Never Say Never Again…never, Never Say Never Again….never, Never Say Never Again!

You`ve got all the moves,
And, but, baby I got `em too.
No matter your attittude, or your mood,
I`ll come through.

The touch of your voice,
The feel of your eyes on me,
You leave me no choice,
Though I know there`s danger there,
I don`t care, let it be!

To get in bed with, a man who says, “Never,”
May have no future, but then,
I just could be,
The woman to reach you,
And teach you, to Never Say Never Again.

I`ll bet you…I`ll get you…I`ll reach you…I`ll teach you…I`ll take you…I`ll make you!

Moonraker Theme

[Performed by Shirley Bassey]

Where are you? Why do you hide?
Where is that moonlight trail that leads to your side?
Just like the Moonraker goes in search of his dream of gold,
I search for love, for someone to have and hold…

I`ve seen your smile in a thousand dreams,
Felt your touch and it always seems,
You love me!…You…love…me.

Where are you? When will we meet?
Take my unfinished life and make it complete.
Just like the Moonraker knows, his dream will come true someday,
I know that you are only a kiss away,
I`ve seen your smile in a thousand dreams,
Felt your touch and it always seems…

You love me!…You…love…me!

Live And Let Die Theme

(Written and performed by Paul McCartney and Wings)

When you were young and your heart was an open book,
You used to say, “live and let live,”
(You know you did, you know you did, you know you did)
But if this ever changing world in which we live in,
Makes you give in and cry,
Say, “Live And Let Die!”

Live And Let Die…Live And Let Die…Live And Let Die.

What does it matter to ya`,
When you`ve got a job to do you gotta do it well,
You gotta give the other fellow hell!

You used to say, “live and let live,”
(You know you did, you know you did, you know you did)
But if this ever changing world in which we live in,
Makes you give in and cry,
Say, “Live And Let Die!”

Live And Let Die…Live And Let Die…Live And Let Die.