It was the last Kiss song to feature longtime drummer Eric Carr before his death in 1991. Although he was too ill to play drums on the track, he is featured on backing vocals during the a cappella break, singing the repeated line "...to everyone, he gave his song to be sung", as well as performing drums during the video for the song.
The video was filmed in Los Angeles, California in July 1991 and was directed by Mark Rezyka. It features the band playing in a room with flashbacks of Simmons and Stanley during the make-up era of Kiss's heyday. There were no prominent clips of Carr during the make-up years featured in the video, even though he was a part of that era for three-and-a-half-years. During the Kissology Volume Two: 1978-1991 special aired on VH1 classic, Gene Simmons has stated that,"It's not just a cover song for a soundtrack, but a testament to Eric Carr, and I think a lot of people don't realize that."
The version released as a single and on the soundtrack to Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey differs slightly from that played in the film. In the film, a 40 second guitar solo is played by Steve Vai. It was later included on the album The Elusive Light and Sound, Vol. 1 under the title "Final Solo". As a result, many fan-cut mixes can be found combining the two songs to replicate the version which played in the film, which has a duration of 5:26.