Eye of the Tiger is the third album by American rock band Survivor, released in 1982. It reached on the US Billboard 200 chart. It features the title track, which is the theme song of the film Rocky III. The single went to in both the US and UK, while "American Heartbeat" reached in the US. Both singles also made the charts in Germany. Following the temporary disbandment of Survivor in 1989, Jimi Jamison recorded a cover of "Ever Since the World Began" for the film Lock Up.
Eye of the Tiger" is a song composed by American rock band Survivor. It was released as a single from their third album of the same name Eye of the Tiger and was also the theme song for the film Rocky III, which was released a day before the single
Released on. Eye of the Tiger Album 1982. Frank Vignola & Vinny Raniolo.
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Rising up, back on the street Did my time, took my chances Went the distance, now I'm back on my feet Just a man and his will to survive. So many times it happens too fast You trade your passion for glory Don't lose your grip on the dreams of the past You must fight just to keep them alive. It's the eye of the tiger It's the thrill of the fight Rising up to the challenge of our rival And the last known survivor Stalks his prey in the night And he's watching us all with the eye of the tiger.
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Eye of the Tiger" is a song by American rock band Survivor . The movie version also contained tiger growls, something that did not appear on the album version. It features original Survivor singer
Eye of the Tiger is the most well-known song by Survivor, that upon release in 1982, held N. on the Billboard Hot 100 chart for six consecutive weeks. Written by guitarist Frankie Sullivan and keyboardist Jim Peterik, the lyrics describe someone training hard to overcome hardships – fitting well its original intention, on the training montage of Rocky III. It has since become an anthem of sports events, particularly fighting ones, and is tied with Gonna Fly Now for Rocky Balboa’s theme song.