What if k.d. Lang’s title song was used for Tomorrow Never Dies?

Here’s a song we know was proposed for a James Bond film. The official title is Surrender, it was written by David Arnold and Don Black and performed by k.d. Lang. We know this because it was used in the film Tomorrow Never Dies — in the end titles rather than the main titles.

With the editing software available today and with YouTube as a distribution channel, it doesn’t take much imagination to figure out how things would have turned out had Eon boss people Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli opted for that song instead of the Sheryl Crow song that was used in the main title. It might have gone something like this:

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3 Responses

  1. Oh, very cool! Anyway, here’s Crow with the orchestra at TOTP:

    just found it:)

  2. Having done this years ago, I don’t think it’s any big deal. The music is not a march for the visual display.
    It’s a curious mix of the the two, but again, nothing special.

  3. Having done this years ago, I don’t think it’s any big deal. The music is not a match for the visual display.
    It’s a curious mix of the the two, but again, nothing special.

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