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"Please Forgive Me" is a single by Canadian rock singer Bryan Adams from 1993.
The song is written by Mutt Lange and Bryan Adams. The song was
released on Adams greatest hits compilation album So Far So Good
album.The song was made as a bonus track on Adams compilation
album So Far So Good.
It is Adams's only Australian #1 single not written for a motion
picture, and also reached #7 on the U.S. Billboard Hot
100 and #2 in the UK.
"Please Forgive Me" is a slow power ballad written
by Adams himself and Robert Lange. The song has an instrumental
intro, which is only found on the album version of the song. Adams
told Songfacts that it
was one of the first songs he that he agreed to use a modulation in. 
It is his greatest and amongst his most popular songs. The passion
Adams sings the song with is breathtaking. The single reached #2 in
UK, #7 in the US and #1 hit in Australia. The song was,
understandably, praised by critics on release. It is also among his
best chart performing song. The song helped So Far So Good
reach no 1 on the UK album chart. The success of the song also had
a role in it. The music video for this song received huge amount of
TV airplay. It is known as among the greatest power ballads ever,
if not the greatest ever.
It is among the successful ballads Bryan released From 1991 -
1995. It regarded as a classic. The song was written and produced
by Mutt Lange. The song was a massive radio hit all over the world.
The song became a instant hit among Adams fans. The single has sold
over 3 million copies worldwide. It is not featured in any movie,
unlike his previous 2 no 1 songs.
While performing the song live, Adams performs it just on his
guitar and sometimes a harmonica. He normally plays a stripped down
version, of nearly 3 to 4 minutes. This song is a huge fan
favourite. It draws huge cheers from the crowd. He is occasionally
supported by his lead guitar mate Keith Scott.
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The music video
is filmed in a recording studio and features Adams,
his band and a dog. Adams and his bandmates befriended the dog -
who belonged to the studio owner - whilst recording the track. The
video for Bryan's 2008 single I Thought I'd Seen
Everything resembles this one. It is one of his most popular