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Kenny Loggins : "Highway to the Dangerzone" Lyrics - Top Gun (Tom Cruise) Movie Soundtrack

Kenny Logins - Highway to the Dangerzone
Top Gun (Tom Cruise) movie soundtrack

"Highway to the Dangerzone" lyrics
by Kenny Loggins
Top Gun (Tom Cruise) movie soundtrack

Revvin' up your engine
Listen to her howlin' roar
Metal under tension
Beggin' you to touch and go
Tom Cruise- Top Gun (1986 movie)
image via Wikipedia

Highway to the Danger Zone
Ride into the Danger Zone

Headin' into twilight
Spreadin' out her wings tonight
She got you jumpin' off the track
And shovin' into overdrive

Highway to the Danger Zone
I'll take you
Right into the Danger Zone

You'll never say hello to you
Until you get it on the red line overload
You'll never know what you can do
Until you get it up as high as you can go

Out along the edges
Always where I burn to be
The further on the edge
The hotter the intensity

Highway to the Danger Zone
Gonna take you
Right into the Danger Zone

Highway to the Danger Zone

Top Gun is the film that launched Tom Cruise's career- big time!
     The film opened in the United States in 1,028 theaters on May 16, 1986. It quickly became a phenomenon and was the highest grossing film of 1986. It was number one on its first weekend with a $8,193,052 gross, and went on to a total domestic figure of $176,786,701. Internationally it took in an estimated $177,030,000 for a worldwide box office total of $353,816,701.
      Top Gun went on to break further records in the then still-developing home video market. Backed by a massive $8 million marketing campaign including a Top Gun-themed Diet Pepsi commercial, the advanced demand was such that the film became the best-selling videocassette in the industry's history on pre-orders alone. It was also one of the first video cassette releases in the $20 price range; previous cassettes sold closer to $80 at that time. Top Gun's home video success was again reflected by strong DVD sales, which were furthered by a special-edition release in 2004. Bomber jacket sales increased and Ray-Ban Aviator sunglasses jumped 40%, due to their use by characters in the film. The film also boosted Air Force and Navy recruitment. The Navy had recruitment booths in some theaters to attract enthusiastic patrons. (source: Wikipedia)