Originally performed by Paul McCartney and Wings, this was the track written for the soundtrack of the 1973 James Bond film and is Wings' most respected single by far.
However, when Guns N Roses got their heavy metal hooks onto the record and guitarist Slash unleashed his riffing skills, every listener's head was banging. The track had become a whole lot heavier, harder, faster - and dare it be said - a lot more enjoyable.
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