During the mid-80s, Guns N’ Roses became one of the most famous rock bands in history. The band was known for their controversial lyrics and music style. They have released many hit songs that have influenced generations of musicians and fans. One of their most popular hits is Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door. Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door is a song that Bob Dylan wrote in 1973 for the soundtrack to the film Pat Garrett and Billy the Kid. The song has a deep meaning and is often used at funerals to remember those who have passed away.
The song tells the story of a sheriff who is about to die. He is knocking on heaven’s door and asking to be let in. The sheriff is trying to convince heaven that he deserves to be let in because of all the good things that he has done.
This song was very popular and it was a big hit for Bob Dylan. It was also covered by many other artists such as Eric Clapton, Guns N’ Roses, and U2. It is considered to be one of the best songs of all time.
Warren Zevon’s version of Knockin’ on Heaven’s Door was recorded for his 2003 album The Wind. It was recorded as Zevon’s days were numbered due to terminal mesothelioma. This version of the song is very touching and it shows the way Zevon felt about his mortality. It is a beautiful song that will make you think about your own life.